UCP members ‘at risk for identity theft’ after laptop stolen, expert says

The United Conservative Party’s privacy policies are being questioned after a party laptop was stolen out of an employee’s car…

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Black smoke from refinery caused by flaring, not fire

A plume of black smoke coming from an east Edmonton refinery stack is from flaring, not a fire, Edmonton Fire Rescue…

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How a Degrassi child star became a leading academic voice on legalizing weed

When Rebecca Haines-Saah was 13, she saw an ad in the Toronto Sun looking for teenagers to star in what…

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Travel Alberta temporarily halts promotion in China amid diplomatic spat

Travel Alberta has taken the rare step of asking its partners in China to stop promoting travel to the province. The…

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Alberta Party focuses on positive energy, policies heading into election

A cut to public funding for private schools, a new model taxation model and an income top-up for the working poor…

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Lights out: Hockey fans disappointed with Fantasy Scoreboard gone silent

Matt Stockal’s Fantasy Scoreboard is showing only zeros, but it has nothing to do with the Edmonton Oilers’ scoring abilities. …

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Canada Post workers could begin rotating strikes Monday

The Canadian Union of Postal Workers says it has given strike notice to Canada Post that workers could walk off…

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Why would service providers hold themselves to CRTC targets when the CRTC itself won’t?

Canadians pay some of the highest internet prices in the world for middle-of-the-road service. We talk about this endlessly. The question…

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Outer space-set, bulldog-starring play premieres at The Roxy on Gateway

Playwright and actress Ainsley Hillyard had a list of impossible things she wanted to accomplish onstage: She wanted to stage…

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