‘This really turned the tide’: The Enigma machine and World War II in spotlight at U of A

It was created to be an unsolvable puzzle and its moniker, the Enigma, indicates as much. This year marks the 100th…

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Edmonton teen admits to role in killing of Mac’s store clerk

A 16-year old Edmonton boy pleaded guilty to manslaughter Monday for his role in the killing of a Mac’s convenience…

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This is the end for Edmonton’s End of the World

A popular but perilous lookout over Edmonton’s river valley is getting a facelift and a new name. A set of…

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Trudeau to unveil carbon tax plan Tuesday for provinces that don’t comply

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau will unveil Tuesday the federal government’s plan for wayward provinces that do not comply with the…

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New gallery exhibit sheds light on flu epidemic that killed 4,000 in Alberta

One hundred years ago, a devastating flu swept into Alberta and killed more than 4,000 people. The Spanish flu confounded…

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‘No mail Monday’ as Edmonton’s Canada Post workers walk off the job

Mail will not be delivered in Edmonton Monday after hundreds of local postal workers walked off the job as part of…

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‘Braiding western science and Indigenous knowledge’: New environmental monitoring program launches

A new college program aims to combine Indigenous traditional knowledge and modern science to empower the next generation of environmental…

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