String of break-ins has Calgary police looking for public’s help

Calgary police need help identifying two men in a string of break-and-enters over recent weeks. “In each instance, an unknown…

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Edmonton vigil honours missing and murdered Indigenous women

More than 100 people filled a room in Edmonton’s Boyle Street Plaza Thursday night for a vigil honouring missing and…

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Grieving Calgary mother wants women to know about life-threatening pregnancy complication

When Jill Young’s phone rang just after midnight on a Saturday she knew something was horribly wrong. She immediately thought of her daughter, Cara…

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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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Grey Cup festival organizers aim to bring the party to downtown Edmonton

A range of entertainment booked for the Grey Cup festival aims the bring the party to the streets of downtown…

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Two climbers trigger avalanche in Columbia Icefield

Two climbers were taken to hospital with serious injuries after triggering an avalanche in Jasper National Park’s Columbia Icefield.  One climber…

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Environmental activist booked to speak to Alberta teachers group calls efforts to cancel her ‘disappointing’

A controversial environmental activist hired to speak at an Alberta teachers’ union event says efforts to have her dropped from the…

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Convicted Edmonton fraudster gunned down in own home

Leslie Berezowsky woke up just before 7 a.m. last Wednesday because the sound of approaching sirens was getting louder. She…

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