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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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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Big Island Provincial Park? A look back at Big Island as an Edmonton destination

Big Island in Edmonton’s river valley was once a big draw for turn-of-the-century Edmontonians keen for a communion with nature…

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Britannia consolidation now 8th on list of priorities for Edmonton Public Schools

A $43-million school consolidation in mature west Edmonton neighbourhoods is now eighth on the list of capital funding priorities for the…

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Conditions ‘dangerous’ at Columbia Icefield parking lot where driver killed, colleague says

The Columbia Icefield parking lot where a bus driver was pinned and killed by her own bus on Thursday is often…

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Teck’s $20B Frontier oilsands project heads to joint review hearing

If it’s true that the era of mega oilsands projects is coming to an end, one proposed project stands as an outlier.…

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Edmonton teen sues employer who assaulted him on remote worksite

An Edmonton teenager says he suffers from fear, flashbacks and depression a year and a half after he and his…

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AUPE tentative deal would reopen wage talks in January, guard against job cuts

A tentative three-year agreement reached between the government and Alberta’s biggest union contains no wage increases for the first two…

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Edmonton-based cannabis grower and U of A to research uses for plant fibre

An Edmonton-based cannabis grower says it will team up with the University of Alberta to explore ways to convert the waste…

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