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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‘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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Pioneering pilot honoured with Alberta Order of Excellence

Once, while landing a plane in Calgary, Rosella Bjornson radioed the tower and was mistaken for a misbehaving stewardess. The…

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UCP leader finally dropping the mask on his true beliefs, NDP minister says

The mask has finally dropped on what Jason Kenney will do if he becomes premier next year, leaving Albertans with a…

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Airdrie family frightened after home, vehicles vandalized

Allan Hlusiak was opening the blinds at his Airdrie, Alta., home Monday morning when he noticed some spray paint on the…

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RCMP put brakes on speeders in northern Alberta village

Complaints about drivers speeding through a small village in northern Alberta has prompted Boyle RCMP to set up radar enforcement…

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Safety shields, cameras, increased officer presence on table to improve transit safety

The city operations department wants more money to hire extra transit peace officers in the wake of two stabbings on transit…

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Multi-vehicle collision closes section of Yellowhead Trail

Three separate collisions near 170th Street and Yellowhead Trail eastbound closed part of the roadway Saturday morning, Edmonton police said. The…

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