‘Braiding western science and Indigenous knowledge’: New environmental monitoring program launches

A new college program aims to combine Indigenous traditional knowledge and modern science to empower the next generation of environmental…

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New planetarium is latest addition to Jasper Dark Sky Festival

Stargazing tourists from around the world are trekking to the Canadian Rockies this weekend to catch the final few days of…

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DATS needs $2.25 million to improve bus service, Edmonton councillors told

As Edmonton’s population grows and ages, so does the demand for regular and special transit service for people with limited mobility. City council…

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Building relationships best way to help addicted youth, advocates say

A harm reduction approach that focuses on building relationships with at-risk youth is an effective way of helping them cope…

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AHS report shows need for better cardiac services outside of Calgary, Edmonton

A long-awaited Alberta Health Services report concludes cardiac care in the province is not working for rural Albertans and it…

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Meet the seniors’ housing CEO who makes beds and scrubs toilets

No job is beneath Raymond Swonek. Since he became CEO of GEF Seniors Housing 13 years ago, he has dedicated…

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CBC/Radio-Canada reaffirms commitment to diversity and inclusion

CBC/Radio-Canada says it’s exceeded goals to hire more Indigenous Peoples, visible minorities, and persons withdisabilities. The public broadcaster says the groups…

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Renewable will be in mix when Edmonton negotiates new energy contract

The City of Edmonton wants all of its operations to be powered by renewable energy sources by 2030, and is looking…

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Humane Society worker faces charges after cats left in truck for 3 weeks

An employee with the Edmonton Humane Society faces two charges under the Animal Protection Act after three cats were left…

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