A decade later, family of Dylan Koshman wants answers from Edmonton police

Each Thanksgiving weekend for the past ten years, Dylan Koshman’s family has held a vigil to remember the 21-year-old who…

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Teen charged in Edmonton bus driver stabbing had violent past, family says

In the days before he allegedly stabbed an Edmonton bus driver last week, the 15-year-old suspect repeatedly attacked his mom, punched…

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Court drops bomb by ruling against constitutionality of military justice system

Canada’s military justice system is in danger of being blown up following a bombshell court ruling that found the current…

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Alberta education minister directs school boards to review curriculum after rebuke of ‘offensive’ test

Alberta Education Minister David Eggen is directing the province’s teachers to re-evaluate their curriculum after a test related to Indigenous…

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Fort McMurray runners leave a green footprint in wildfire razed forests

Regrowing burned areas of Fort McMurray’s boreal forest will be more of a marathon than a sprint. And the community’s…

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‘Who are we?’: McLellan challenges Oilers in wake of last season’s failure

Head coach Todd McLellan, with his Edmonton Oilers coming off an embarrassing season, says the first order of training camp…

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Autistic boy locked naked in Sherwood Park school isolation room, lawsuit alleges

A Sherwood Park couple claim their 12-year-old autistic son was stripped naked and locked in a school isolation room, where…

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$6.3M price tag for new steam train barn at Fort Edmonton Park

A new barn to house the steam train at Fort Edmonton Park would cost $6.3 million, according to a report…

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