Injured Humboldt Broncos player Layne Matechuk returns to the ice for first time since bus crash

A defenceman who suffered a brain injury in the Humboldt Broncos bus crash last spring was back on the ice…

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Power & Politics’ top five political moves and misses of 2018

As 2018 winds to a close, it’s time to take a look back at the year’s biggest political events and…

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Police investigate suspicious death in northeast Edmonton

Edmonton police are investigating the death of a young man in northeast Edmonton on Sunday morning.  The man’s body was…

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‘Try it, you’ll like it’: Indigenous relations minister defends much-maligned Bill C-69

Crown-Indigenous Relations Minister Carolyn Bennett is calling for patience from jittery oilpatch proponents worried about the government’s controversial overhaul of…

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Debt a bigger issue than the carbon tax, Alberta Party leader says

Alberta Party Leader Stephen Mandel says he doesn’t understand why the United Conservative Party has turned the carbon tax into…

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Edmonton child chef lands spot in national recipe book

Chaitanya Gautam was cooking his own meals from scratch before he could even reach across the kitchen countertop. Now 12,…

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Fatal dog-on-dog attack leaves Edmonton owner shocked, saddened

When Carolee Penner moved to Edmonton this summer to be close to the Stollery Children’s Hospital for her daughter’s medical needs,…

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Cannabis legalization brings news signs, ashtrays to Whyte Avenue

The City of Edmonton will focus on education instead of enforcement when it comes to new cannabis and tobacco smoking rules.  Once…

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Legal cannabis is here, it’s time to answer some burning questions

There’s been a lot of talk about cannabis leading up to Wednesday’s legalization, but with so much on the line…

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