Rock’em Sock’em style: Edmonton Oil Kings sport Don Cherry-inspired jerseys for good cause

Saturday’s WHL Battle of Alberta between the Edmonton Oil Kings and the Calgary Hitmen will feature the Oil Kings wearing…

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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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‘Uber of house cleaning’ app launches in Edmonton

A new Edmonton-based app aims to become the “Uber of house cleaning.” “Everyone has watched the growth of Uber and Skip the Dishes and…

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220 collisions reported on snowy Edmonton streets this weekend

Snowy conditions turned Edmonton streets into a collision course this weekend as police received more than 220 reports of collisions on city roads.…

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Missing mare mysteriously returns to Evansburg, Alta., family

Cindy Thomas was on her way out of town for the holidays on Christmas Eve when she got a message…

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Manmeet Singh Bhullar Park officially opens in Calgary

Manmeet Singh Bhullar Park officially opened Saturday, three years after the Calgary-Greenway MLA was killed in a tragic accident while helping others…

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AHS failed to protect health information, privacy commissioner finds

Alberta Health Services has come under fire from the province’s privacy commissioner for its role in the largest and longest-duration…

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‘We are going extinct’: Distribution issues plague small Alberta farmers

Homegrown is a series that looks at how Alberta’s local movement is changing buying habits, connecting people and shaping communities.…

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Alberta NDP caucus asks for ethics probe after UCP MLAs visit Indian oil refinery

Alberta’s NDP caucus is requesting the ethics commissioner investigate a recent trip by the UCP’s Leader Jason Kenney, energy critic Prasad…

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