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  1. Judge grants bail to mother and son charged with first-degree murder

    09.22 / 00:18 www.cbc.ca Cbc.ca - Alberta
    A pair of accused killers, a mother and son, were granted bail on Thursday in an Edmonton…
  2. Missing and murdered inquiry sparks Edmonton police review of unsolved homicides

    09.21 / 22:53 www.cbc.ca Cbc.ca - Alberta
    The national inquiry into missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls has sparked a review of unsolved homicide and missing-person files in…
  3. Alberta not likely to follow through with spear hunt ban until fall 2018

    09.21 / 22:33 www.cbc.ca Cbc.ca - Alberta
    Alberta does not expect to make good on a promise to ban what it has called the archaic practice of spear-hunting until at least next fall as it considers rule changes that could include prohibiting other methods of taking big…
  4. Sept. 21, 1995: Glendon mayor wants giant perogy on new toonie

    09.21 / 20:20 www.cbc.ca Cbc.ca - Alberta
    The mayor of Glendon believes the village's giant perogy monument should emblazon the new $2…
  5. Preventing oilsands bird deaths not a 'realistic goal,' says U of A biologist

    09.21 / 18:33 www.cbc.ca Cbc.ca - Alberta
    Cannons, radar scanners and scarecrows will never be enough to completely prevent bird deaths in the oilsands, says a conservation expert charged with protecting waterfowl in open-pit…
  6. 'Very surreal': Edmonton family survives Mexico quake

    09.21 / 16:26 www.cbc.ca Cbc.ca - Alberta
    Graeme Kishiuchi braced himself as his 17th-storey apartment started shaking violently. A crack appeared along the wall and picture frames flew across the…
  7. Edmonton's 36 homicides in 2017 not enough to call a trend, experts say

    09.21 / 12:42 www.cbc.ca Cbc.ca - Alberta
    With a stabbing death earlier this week now confirmed as Edmonton's 36th homicide of the year, the number continues to inch closer to the 2016…
  8. Will 2017 election change Edmonton politics, for now mostly white and male?

    09.21 / 12:20 www.cbc.ca Cbc.ca - Alberta
    Edmonton's city council has historically been white and male. When Amarjeet Sohi was first elected in 2007, he was the first person of colour to sit on council in decades. Bev Esslinger is currently the only woman on council. Will the October election change…