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Fiddle, tap dancing family strung together a high-energy performance on March 25 to end the Vermilion Allied Arts Council’s (VAAC) 2016-17 series at the Lakeland College Alumni Theatre …
Beef Day at Lakeland College was deemed a success, following a bull sale worth over $45,000 on Friday, Mar. 24 at the college’s Equine C…
The mental and emotional health of Fort McMurray’s students will be carefully watched in the days leading up to the one-year anniversary of the evacuation. However, administrators in the Catholic and public boards expect the day to be business as u…
The City of Spruce Grove has released plans for a new recreation and convention centre – one that is expected to include an arena with space for t…
03.29 / 00:48
edmonton.ctvnews.ca
REGINA — A doctor says the injuries of a woman found dead after falling 10 storeys through a Regina hotel's laundry chute suggest she probably went down feet first. But Dr. Shaun Ladham told an inquest into the death of Nadine Machiskinic that there is a possibility she went backwards and head first. Noah Evanchuk, lawyer for the woman's family, says that implies someone put her in the laundry slide. Machiskinic was found at the bottom of the chute at the Regina Delta Hotel in January 2015 …
03.29 / 00:45
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On the anniversary of the wildfire evacuation, Fort McMurray residents will have the opportunity to attend a low-key, all-day community gathering in Snye Park, the municipality announced Tuesday…
The May 3 gathering at Snye Park will allow friends and neighbours to come together, reflect, and share in a safe and supported community…
03.29 / 00:33
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University of Alberta researchers have taken the first steps toward a wireless world in which houses, cars and personal devices are powered simply through contact with the…
03.29 / 00:29
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A "community-driven, dawn-to-dusk gathering" is being planned for May 3 and will be held at Snye Park in Fort McMurray, the municipality said…
03.29 / 00:09
globalnews.ca
New Tory Leader Jason Kenney says parents should be notified if their children join a gay-straight alliance at school and the NDP government should take a less confrontational approach with hold-out schools on LGBTQ…
03.29 / 00:04
www.calgarysun.com
Among the weapons an orphaned Calgary girl said she was abused with by her aunt was a barbecue fork, which she was poked with until she bled, court heard…
03.29 / 00:04
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A man accused of punching an acquaintance outside a Whyte Avenue bar, causing the other man's death, told court Tuesday that the victim struck him in the neck…
03.29 / 00:04
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A "tranquil, welcoming, supportive" gathering will be held to mark the one-year anniversary of the devastating wildfire in northeastern…
03.28 / 23:59
edmonton.ctvnews.ca
Hundreds of people living at a condo complex in southeast Edmonton have been without water since Wednesday. They're even more frustrated to learn they'll likely have to wait another week until they can do things like shower, wash dishes or use the…
03.28 / 23:45
globalnews.ca
Alberta may have trouble competing with British Columbia and other jurisdictions when it comes to attracting higher-budget TV and film projects, but a roundup of nominees for this year's film and television awards shows that our homegrown industry continues to soldier on, especially in…
03.28 / 23:39
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April 15, 2017 will mark the third anniversary of the worst mass killing in Calgary's history. But just one week before that tragic date, a hearing…
03.28 / 23:39
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Alberta Health Services is warning patients of a home dental clinic in the city's southwest to undergo testing after authorities shut it down last week because of a risk of exposure to serious…
03.28 / 23:33
edmonton.ctvnews.ca
An Innisfail woman is training for a journey that will take her more than 3,000 kilometers away from home. It’s a 74 day walk this summer that will see her end up in Austin, T…
03.28 / 23:33
edmonton.ctvnews.ca
The RCMP said a 26-year-old Edmonton man is facing multiple charges after its covert operations unit "located and seized" a steroid-laden package originating from Hong Kong on Monday that had arrived in Alberta's…
03.28 / 23:17
globalnews.ca
Last May, Matthew de Grood was found not criminally responsible (NCR), meaning he was found to have been mentally ill at the time of the Brentwood…
03.28 / 23:17
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