Alberta’s OPEC-style oil cuts help boost prices — but concern over fallout remains

Alberta’s mandatory oil production cuts have helped boost Canadian crude prices, but concern persists that the cure could be worse than the…

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‘You will be a lonely old woman’: Client testifies Edmonton matchmaking consultant played on insecurities

When Val Taylor met with Edmonton Matchmakers, she says the dating consultant suggested her weight was the reason she hadn’t…

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Edmonton shelters, drop-in centres packed as freezing temperatures return

Homeless shelters are filling up and agencies are running out of warm clothing donations as Edmonton grapples with freezing temperatures…

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RCMP investigating after man’s body found near Millet

Police are investigating after a man’s body was found in an area near Millet early Sunday morning. Wetaskiwin RCMP officers…

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Darkening glaciers: Scientists examine wildfire effect on Canadian ice

When Ben Pelto does his field research on glaciers in the Rocky and Columbia mountains there are distinct perks. The…

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Debt a bigger issue than the carbon tax, Alberta Party leader says

Alberta Party Leader Stephen Mandel says he doesn’t understand why the United Conservative Party has turned the carbon tax into…

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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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U of A alumni help identify baby sea monster

Alumni from the University of Alberta are being credited with helping to identify the world’s smallest Tylosaurus specimen. The Tylosaurus, found…

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Customers file human rights complaints against police during Nyala Lounge meeting

Business owners, customers and human rights advocates are rallying behind the owner of a McCauley lounge who has been complaining…

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