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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Demise of provincial funding program leaving ‘gaping holes’ in capital budgets, AUMA says

With the program the province uses to fund local building projects across Alberta coming to an end, cities and towns are worried the uncertainty…

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Couple bikes from Ontario to Alberta for fresh start, fresh bud

From rolling hills in Ontario to golden leaves on the Prairies, Josh Millard and Chloe Chaput saw a lot of Canada…

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Edmonton city council kicks free transit idea to curb

There won’t be free rides on Edmonton buses and LRT. The idea was a short-lived notion after a debate at…

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How November got her growl back: Westmount School grotesque gets facelift

Two grotesques at Westmount School are getting reconstructive surgery care of a stone carver who’s come all the way from Norway.…

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Edmonton police seize thousands of fentanyl pills disguised as Xanax

Edmonton police issued a dire warning Wednesday after the gang unit seized more than 3,700 pills, thought to be a variant…

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UCP nomination candidate apologizes for remarks about Fort McMurray Muslims

A Calgary United Conservative Party nomination candidate has apologized for almost three-year-old social media comments in which she compared Muslims in Fort…

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St. Albert to destroy koi that pose threat to native fish species

Your pet fish might not seem like a menace, but the little creatures are causing big conservation concerns in St.…

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