Q&A: How buying a pipeline could change the Indigenous business landscape

A group of First Nations have plans to become the new owners of the Trans Mountain pipeline and its controversial…

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Cash, drugs, guns recovered in Grande Prairie drug bust

Cash, firearms and more than $600,000 in illegal drugs were seized Tuesday by Grande Prairie RCMP after police were tipped…

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Mushing in the new year in Edmonton’s river valley

A growing crew of northern Alberta dog owners has at least one shared new year’s resolution for 2019: run their…

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Derek Fildebrandt acclaimed as Freedom Conservative Party leader

Strathmore-Brooks MLA Derek Fildebrandt was acclaimed Saturday as the leader of his new Freedom Conservative Party. “Believe it or not,…

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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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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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Man injured in 2008 central Alberta school bus crash calls for mandatory seat belts

A young man who suffered severe injuries in a 2008 school-bus crash in Rimbey, Alta. says the federal government should…

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Ceci says Alberta ready for cannabis legalization

With just two days to go until cannabis is legalized across Canada, Alberta’s finance minister says he is confident the…

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Edmonton school, Salvadoran church celebrate Oscar Romero’s sainthood

Pope Francis canonized seven new saints over the weekend — one of which has a special connection to an Edmonton…

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