Rec centre, Terwillegar Drive left out of Edmonton’s capital budget

The city’s new four-year capital budget moves forward big projects like the LRT and invests in parks, roads and neighbourhood…

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African-Canadian bar owners hit with ‘militaristic style’ police inspections, Edmonton coalition says

A human rights coalition has demanded a community meeting with Edmonton’s police chief to discuss concerns about local African-Canadian businesses…

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AUPE president says Jason Kenney has ‘momentum’

The president of Alberta’s largest union, the Alberta Union of Provincial Employees (AUPE), is warning members to prepare for a…

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Grain drying putting pinch on propane industry

Demand for propane has risen “drastically” in the prairie provinces due to the number of farmers drying their grain, according to…

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Canadian NHL roundup: Oilers top Flames in matinee tilt

Kailer Yamamoto celebrated his 20th birthday on Saturday with two goals, including the winner, to lift the Edmonton Oilers to…

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Comic expo, Keith Urban, burlesque and more: What to do with your weekend

Autumn is officially here but that doesn’t mean you should fall into the trap of thinking there’s nothing to do.…

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How does Alberta hold its liquor? In this mammoth new warehouse in St. Albert

A new $142-million liquor distribution centre in St. Albert is large enough to hold 70,000 pallets of alcohol products. The…

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Ty Rattie scores twice as Oilers down Canucks 4-2 in pre-season play

Ty Rattie says the Edmonton Oilers want to start their season strong, even if there are no points at stake.…

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Edmonton council passes tighter smoking rules as cannabis legalization looms

Edmonton city council voted to tighten restrictions on smoking Tuesday. Tobacco and cannabis smokers will have to stay 10 metres away…

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