Bike sharing may be coming to Edmonton this spring

Edmonton’s bike network is set to expand this year and it will likely include a new bike sharing program that…

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Another female hockey referee feels stonewalled in bid for AJHL

Erica Holmes feels she’s hit the glass ceiling as a hockey official in Alberta, echoing concerns by a female counterpart…

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2015 murder was retaliation for prior attack, Crown tells court

Deng Tong was stabbed to death in a downtown Edmonton apartment in retaliation for the beating of another man, the Crown…

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Snowfall warnings in place for area north of Edmonton

Much of the area north of Edmonton is under a snowfall warning, Environment Canada posted Friday. The warning includes Spruce Grove, Fort Saskatchewan…

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‘Knee-jerk reaction:’ Lawyers worried about proposed changes to trial system

Legal experts say proposed changes to the Criminal Code after a high-profile acquittal in the fatal shooting of an Indigenous…

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UCP raised $500K more than NDP in last quarter, figures show

The United Conservative Party continues to win Alberta’s political fundraising sweepstakes, outperforming the governing NDP by about $500,000 in the…

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Edmonton restaurant shut down for cockroaches, dirty kitchen

A central Edmonton Chinese restaurant has been ordered closed by the province after health inspectors discovered cockroaches and filthy kitchen…

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Singer k.d. lang, 7 others to receive Alberta Order of Excellence

Iconic singer-songwriter k.d. lang and seven other prominent Albertans will receive the province’s highest honour Thursday afternoon in Edmonton. Lt.-Gov.…

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