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The provincial government's decision to give Calgary $1.5 billion for the Green Line LRT over just eight years will cut the city's financing costs in half, prompting one city councillor to push for an expansion of the recently approved…
07.25 / 02:50
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On Monday, the Edmonton Eskimos signed kicker Hugh O'Neill to provide some depth to their kicking game led by Sean…
07.25 / 02:30
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Edmonton police are asking for the public’s help to track down a man in connection to the death of James Dunham F…
07.25 / 02:22
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An Idaho couple got more than they bargained for while travelling in their RV to Lake Louise, hoping to get a glimpse of the area’s w…
07.25 / 02:08
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Axel and Webster were specially trained for the task at Dogs with Wings, a program in Edmonton, with a focus on being comfortable with…
07.25 / 01:48
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After opposing any merger with the Wildrose early last year, the leadership of Fort McMurray’s PC riding associations are taking a wait-and-see approach with what the newly formed United Conservative Party can offer Albertans and Wood B…
Wood Buffalo councillors will debate zoning changes for a church rebuild in Waterways and a special overtime pay policy for municipal employees at the special council meeting Wednesday…
Child pornography charges against a civilian employee of the Edmonton Police Service have been withdrawn, but he is going to jail for making an arrangement to commit a sexual offence against a child.Aaron Rothwell, 41, had charges of making, printing and publishing child pornography withdrawn Monday. The charges of distributing and selling child…
07.25 / 01:04
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After members of the Wildrose and Progressive Conservative caucuses met in Edmonton Monday, choosing their interim leader – while one leadership campaign got u…
07.25 / 01:00
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The end of summer will bring the closing of Sears Fort McMurray, however for owner and dealer, Grant Russell, the shuttering of the hometown store is not the…
Last summer, Justin Trudeau made history when he became the first sitting prime minister to march in the Toronto, Vancouver and Montreal Pride parades (not all at once, of…
07.25 / 00:29
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Taste of Edmonton touts itself as the largest outdoor food festival in Canada and, with 400,000 hungry customers filtering through each year, it needs to keep things…
07.25 / 00:25
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While AHS has had a smoke-free hospital grounds policy for years, it doesn't take long to spot people lighting up.…
07.25 / 00:25
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What started out as a couple of drawings and a pair of duct-tape soccer cleats, turned into a custom-made uniform and shoes for a young Edmonton soccer fan, thanks to…
07.25 / 00:25
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The break-in took place on April 13, 2016 in the midst of a contested divorce during which a judge granted the wife exclusive possession of the home the couple once…
07.25 / 00:24
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An assistant professor of archeology at the University of Calgary is spending her summer digging up pieces of bone fragments at an abandoned Mayan…
07.25 / 00:24
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They're a pair of helping paws that will help kids through their darkest…
07.25 / 00:21
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After cutting Alberta flights during the recession, WestJet Airlines said Monday it's confident in the province's recovery and would scale up its winter schedule to fly more through Alberta than before the downturn…
07.25 / 00:21
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A central Alberta toddler is going through his second battle with cancer, but he isn’t alone in his f…
07.25 / 00:16
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Over the last 10 years, the number of police-reported cases of impaired driving appears to be trending downward in…
07.24 / 23:51
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