Fort McMurray homes had normal levels of indoor toxins after wildfire: study

A new study indicates dust from homes in Fort¬†McMurray, Alta., had normal levels of indoor contaminants a year after a…

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UCP launches ‘Alberta Strong and Free’ campaign ads

The United Conservative Party launched its first television ads of the 2019 provincial election campaign Monday, with a strong emphasis…

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Freedom Mobile powers Shaw’s Q1 growth, cable video subscriber base declines

Shaw Communications Inc. beat analyst estimates with a nearly 70 per cent increase in its first-quarter profit as growth at…

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Alberta driver examiners stop working to protest deprivatization

Albertans¬†wanting to take a driving test this week may have to wait. Some driving examiners stopped working Thursday in protest…

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Fat bike use ‘growing in a hurry’ in Alberta Parks

Fat bikes are coming into their own in the mountainous trails outside of Calgary. Trails that used to exclude the…

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Girlfriend of man shot to death by Edmonton police claims officers used excessive force

The girlfriend of a wanted man killed by police on Boxing Day in an Edmonton parking lot believes police used…

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Unwrapping Edmonton’s ‘cheesy’ Christmas movies

It wasn’t exactly Hollywood North, but Edmonton once carved out a niche in the world of Christmas movies. A surprising…

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Did Notley snub feds, or did they snub her?

Who snubbed who? In the junior high school that is Canadian politics, the question arose this week over the federal…

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Edmonton-based Stantec strikes deal to sell international construction arm

Canadian engineering-design giant Stantec Inc. is selling its construction arm in a much-anticipated deal following a review begun last spring…

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