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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Canada Post workers could begin rotating strikes Monday

The Canadian Union of Postal Workers says it has given strike notice to Canada Post that workers could walk off…

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‘In Alberta we ride horses, not unicorns’: Rachel Notley calls pipeline opponents unrealistic

Premier Rachel Notley said the United Conservative Party and pipeline opponents have one thing in common — their approaches to tackling…

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Edmonton Oilers take on Cologne Sharks in Draisaitl vs. Draisaitl battle

Everyone loves a homecoming and for the Edmonton Oilers Leon Draisaitl this is going to be one to remember. The German-born…

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‘He told me he did it’: best friend says accused killer confessed

Derrick Hankins told a jury that on March 4, 2016, he discovered a dead body on his living room couch,…

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Canada must fix ‘deficiencies’ in spill plan for Trans Mountain’s U.S. spur, Washington state says

Washington’s Department of Ecology wants the Canadian government to fix what it calls “deficiencies in critical areas” of its spill…

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Convicted Edmonton fraudster gunned down in own home

Leslie Berezowsky woke up just before 7 a.m. last Wednesday because the sound of approaching sirens was getting louder. She…

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Autistic boy locked naked in Sherwood Park school isolation room, lawsuit alleges

A Sherwood Park couple claim their 12-year-old autistic son was stripped naked and locked in a school isolation room, where…

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Snooowww!: Now is the summer of our discontent

It’s still summer, technically, but then again. Edmonton was a city with the mopes on Thursday morning as people woke…

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