Man faces 60 new animal cruelty charges related to starving horses

A Parkland County man first charged five days ago in relation to dead horses found on an acreage west of…

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Environment minister ‘misspoke’ about RCMP investigations into Bighorn harassment

Alberta Environment and Parks Minister Shannon Phillips says she “misspoke” when she said the RCMP had open investigations with file…

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CN Rail and CP Rail exceed grain revenue max despite drop in grain shipping

The country’s two major railways exceeded their grain cap in 2017-18, despite shipping less of the stuff than last year,…

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Drayton Valley community dinners set the table for hope

Taking the Pulse is a series from CBC News examining how Albertans are coping with today’s economic conditions. On the…

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Family of injured Broncos player looks to ‘erase that year’ and focus on better times ahead

Injured Humboldt Broncos hockey player Ryan Straschnitzki is keeping his dark side in check as he and his family celebrate…

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Filipino ‘prankster’ steps into Edmonton’s comedy spotlight

His dad jokes have earned Joel Monbina a huge following in the Philippines. Now the online comedy star is ready to make…

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Befriending enemies: Black musician who infiltrated KKK to speak in Edmonton

Daryl Davis has a rare kind of audacity. A black man, Davis has spent that last 35 years befriending members…

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Edmonton police seek public’s help to find missing toddler

Edmonton police are asking for help from the public to find a toddler who was last seen with a man…

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Trend of low potency products expected in legal recreational cannabis market

As recreational marijuana legalization looms, some industry insiders are predicting a hot niche in the market for less potent products.…

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Way Back WEM: From Fantasyland to Galaxyland and beyond

The Fantasyland Express carried unwitting passengers into haunted tunnels populated by animatronic monsters  which leapt out from every corner. Children of the 1980s…

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