Planned throne speech suggests no Alberta election in March

It looks like Alberta won’t have an election in March. A spokesperson for Premier Rachel Notley confirmed on Tuesday the legislature…

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Citadel Theatre releases plan to deal with harassment, bullying

A new report from the Citadel Theatre highlights its plan to address workplace bullying and harassment after several allegations against the…

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1 dead after collision between train and tanker truck near Sherwood Park

One person is dead after a collision between a CN train and a tanker truck at a railroad crossing near…

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‘Mom is gone’: Jann Arden’s mother, who struggled with Alzheimer’s disease, has died

Jann Arden says her mother, a longtime sufferer of Alzheimer’s disease, has died. The Calgary-born singer-songwriter took to social media…

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Ryan Dechambre sentenced to 16 years for kidnapping, sex assault

Ryan Dechambre showed little emotion Friday as he was sentenced to 16 years in prison for kidnapping and assaulting a woman…

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Edmonton bikers support teenager struggling with severe mental illness

An Edmonton boy is still struggling to get the mental health support he needs, after his story was made public…

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Edmonton restaurant shut down for cockroaches, dirty kitchen

A central Edmonton Chinese restaurant has been ordered closed by the province after health inspectors discovered cockroaches and filthy kitchen…

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Demise of provincial funding program leaving ‘gaping holes’ in capital budgets, AUMA says

With the program the province uses to fund local building projects across Alberta coming to an end, cities and towns are worried the uncertainty…

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Edmonton school, Salvadoran church celebrate Oscar Romero’s sainthood

Pope Francis canonized seven new saints over the weekend — one of which has a special connection to an Edmonton…

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Edmontonians invited to help test driverless shuttles

Edmontonians are invited to come down to Blatchford this week to ride an ELA, or electric autonomous vehicle. The low-speed driverless shuttle is scheduled…

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