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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Police investigate suspicious death of man in northeast Edmonton

Edmonton police’s homicide unit is investigating a suspicious death of a man in northeast Edmonton Wednesday evening.  Police say officers were…

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Duel of the convoys as yellow vests and Canada Action both set sights on Ottawa

Two convoys will roll out from Alberta for Ottawa in February, to bring the province’s pipeline plight straight to lawmakers…

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Inmate sentenced for robbery dies at Edmonton Institution

The Correctional Service of Canada says it is investigating the death of 37-year-old inmate at the Edmonton Institution.  Ryan Groothuis…

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Alberta man pays tribute to late grandson with homemade ice machine

With a little scrap metal and a lot of ingenuity, Peter Szmyrko built a homemade ice resurfacer that would rival…

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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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LGBTQ2 advocate urges Edmonton police commission to investigate chief’s conduct

LGBTQ2 advocate Kristopher Wells is backing up a high-ranking Edmonton Police Service officer’s accusation that Chief Rod Knecht made “false or misleading”…

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‘It saved my whole life’: Albertans recognized by Lifesaving Society for water rescues

Eleven Albertans were recognized at the annual Lifesaving Society rescue award for their heroic efforts in rescuing people from drowning  From a…

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‘It’s hell-RT with a capital H’: Bonnie Doon resident fed up Valley Line construction

People living along 83rd Street in Bonnie Doon say construction of the Valley Line LRT is making it hard to get in…

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