This is the end for Edmonton’s End of the World

A popular but perilous lookout over Edmonton’s river valley is getting a facelift and a new name. A set of…

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Edmonton mother desperate to find round-the-clock care for son following 8 suicide attempts

An Edmonton mother is desperately seeking inpatient mental health support for her suicidal son, who she says she can no…

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Medical guidelines in the works to clear up confusion about cannabis for seniors

The generation of Canadians who rocked out to the 1960s song Marijuana by Country Joe and the Fish are seniors now, and some of them are…

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Guests do the baking at Edmonton’s first cannabis-users dinner club

Edmonton chef Daniel Huber hopes his new venture doesn’t go up in smoke.  In fact, he’s asking attendees of the…

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Precision Drilling to buy Trinidad Drilling in friendly deal valued at $1B

Two of Canada’s largest oil and gas drillers have agreed to combine in a deal worth about $1.03 billion, positioning…

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Anti-abortion groups helping with UCP nominations, but candidates not talking

Two groups working to get anti-abortion United Conservative Party candidates nominated for next year’s provincial election are not talking about who…

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‘Milder than normal’ winter ahead for Edmonton, senior climatologist says

Edmontonians can look forward to an El Niño winter, with milder than normal temperatures weather, says David Phillips, senior climatologist for…

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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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Fort McMurray region’s Indigenous groups support oilsands mine, company tells review panel

The company that hopes to build a massive oilsands project north of Fort McMurray says it has secured the support of all 14 Indigenous…

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