Seafood and meat truck that drove from Edmonton to Inuvik drawing big crowds

Monday was Greg Wade’s first day in Inuvik with his High Arctic Seafoods and Steaks Ltd. van, and he already…

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Boozeless parties? Alberta women launch groups for sober fun

Kira Dunlop says she can’t count the number of times she’s been called boring. She stopped drinking this past year but…

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Private and government-sponsored Syrian refugees face same challenges, U of A study finds

Syrian refugees who settled in Edmonton struggled with learning English and finding employment, whether they were sponsored privately or by…

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Red Deer teacher fired, faces 5 criminal charges

A teacher is no longer working at a Red Deer public school after being charged with criminal offences over the December…

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Gene Zwozdesky, former Speaker of the Alberta Legislature, has died

Former Alberta MLA and Speaker of the Legislative Assembly Gene Zwozdesky has died. He was 70. “He was a good man…

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Man dead after early morning shooting at Edmonton community hall

A shooting at a community hall in south Edmonton early Sunday morning claimed the life of a 37-year-old man, police say. …

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Manmeet Singh Bhullar Park officially opens in Calgary

Manmeet Singh Bhullar Park officially opened Saturday, three years after the Calgary-Greenway MLA was killed in a tragic accident while helping others…

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Alberta farmers hope warm weather means crops can finally be harvested

Alberta farmers are hoping warm weather next week will give them the chance to finally get their crops off wet…

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Albertans rally against ‘problematic’ Bill C-69

Albertans cheered and jeered in front of the McDougall Centre in downtown Calgary on Thursday afternoon for a rally against…

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‘He confuses hate for love and love for hate’: Crown urges jury to convict Tyrell Perron

“Truth is often stranger than fiction,” Crown prosecutor Phil LeFeuvre told the jury in his closing argument Tuesday morning in…

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