Edmonton teen admits to role in killing of Mac’s store clerk

A 16-year old Edmonton boy pleaded guilty to manslaughter Monday for his role in the killing of a Mac’s convenience…

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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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Filipino ‘prankster’ steps into Edmonton’s comedy spotlight

His dad jokes have earned Joel Monbina a huge following in the Philippines. Now the online comedy star is ready to make…

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Thief in stolen employee vest hits Lowe’s, Best Buy in St. Albert

RCMP in St. Albert are seeking a suspect who spent hours inside a Lowe’s store planning a large theft before heading…

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UCP raised $500K more than NDP in last quarter, figures show

The United Conservative Party continues to win Alberta’s political fundraising sweepstakes, outperforming the governing NDP by about $500,000 in the…

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Wharf worries: Northern Alberta community worries about the privatization of their port

A fly-in northern Alberta hamlet is concerned about the privatization of the community’s port, which is one of the  few points…

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Kinder Morgan CEO says there’s a ‘seller’s market’ for remaining Canadian assets

There’s a “seller’s market” for attractive assets like those held by its Canadian subsidiary, the CEO of Kinder Morgan Inc.…

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Eco-group tells hearing Frontier oilsands megaproject would be a ‘carbon disaster’

Some environmental groups are warning Teck Resources’s proposed Frontier oilsands mine will be a “carbon disaster” with direct emissions comparable to adding…

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Families of 3 killed in crash near Maskwacis launch lawsuits over ‘negligence’

Three lawsuits have been launched in connection with a multi-vehicle crash in April that killed three people from Maskwacis. Samson Cree…

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