Autopsy confirms Edmonton’s latest homicide

A man found injured on a sidewalk in Edmonton this week died of multiple gunshots wounds, an autopsy confirmed. Enzo…

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Bike sharing may be coming to Edmonton this spring

Edmonton’s bike network is set to expand this year and it will likely include a new bike sharing program that…

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Red Deer teacher faces sex-related charges involving girl

A Red Deer teacher has been charged with five sex-related offences involving a girl. Norman Joseph Howes faces two counts of…

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Police lay murder charge in Edmonton’s first homicide of 2019

An autopsy shows the city’s first homicide victim of the year was stabbed to death. Police were called to a…

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Cut Hate with Hair at Edmonton’s Chop Shop draws dozens of supporters

Dozens of people turned out to support the Chop Shop Barber Shop Sunday at its anti-racism fundraiser, a month after it was the…

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Bought for a buck, now priceless: Indigenous Alberta media archive digitized

He bought them for a dollar. Now, “boxes and boxes and boxes” of old audiotape and film that Bert Crowfoot…

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Unruly passenger forces WestJet flight to U.K. to return to Calgary

A WestJet flight headed from Calgary to London, England, was forced to turn back soon after takeoff Friday evening after…

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‘That’s my crew’: 10th annual McCauley Cup hockey game becomes family affair

In its 10th edition, the McCauley Cup is turning into a family affair for one Edmonton family.  The annual friendly…

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From felines to picket lines, these Canadians are finding second families for the holidays

‘Tis the season for spending time with family, and for some, that means it can be a tough time. But…

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Long-separated mother and daughter reunite at Edmonton airport

When Alexa Rudi rode down an escalator to the arrivals level at Edmonton International Airport on Friday night, she found…

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