‘This really turned the tide’: The Enigma machine and World War II in spotlight at U of A

It was created to be an unsolvable puzzle and its moniker, the Enigma, indicates as much. This year marks the 100th…

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How 31 Alberta wolves changed the natural balance of Yellowstone National Park

An eco-experiment that started with 14 Alberta wolves has shown just how powerful the laws of nature really are, says…

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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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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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Canadians welcome legal pot sales, put up with supply issues on opening day

There were no major hiccups reported in the first few hours of legal recreational marijuana sales at retail locations across…

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Conditions ‘dangerous’ at Columbia Icefield parking lot where driver killed, colleague says

The Columbia Icefield parking lot where a bus driver was pinned and killed by her own bus on Thursday is often…

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Timeline: Key dates in the history of the Trans Mountain pipeline

October 1953: The Trans Mountain pipeline begins shipping oil with an initial capacity of 150,000 barrels per day. The project…

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Alberta minister decries ‘double standards’ as B.C.’s LNG project goes ahead

An Alberta cabinet minister is suggesting there are double standards at play because B.C.’s liquefied natural gas project is going…

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Complaints about homeless camps in Edmonton on pace to double

The number of complaints about homeless people camping on parkland is on track to double from two years ago, even…

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