Canadian teen Alphonso Davies a winner in his Bayern Munich debut

Canadian international Alphonso Davies’ debut for Bayern Munich came with a trophy. The 18-year-old hoisted the Telekom Cup in a…

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Edmonton wildlife rescue seeks bigger pool for orphaned beaver

Staff at an Edmonton wildlife rehabilitation centre are looking for a bigger pool to keep a resident beaver busy. Sawyer…

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UCP members ‘at risk for identity theft’ after laptop stolen, expert says

The United Conservative Party’s privacy policies are being questioned after a party laptop was stolen out of an employee’s car…

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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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Edmonton shelters, drop-in centres packed as freezing temperatures return

Homeless shelters are filling up and agencies are running out of warm clothing donations as Edmonton grapples with freezing temperatures…

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Fate of Northlands Coliseum and the land it sits on up for debate this year

One year after Northlands Coliseum closed for good, plans for the property remain a mystery. Built in 1974, the former home…

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Fatal Edmonton group-home fire ‘horrific,’ says agency that runs facility

A fatal fire Christmas Eve in a west Edmonton group home for people with disabilities is a “horrific incident that…

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Edmonton cannabis stores, shoppers prepare for green Christmas

Cannabis stores in Edmonton are feeling the holiday rush this weekend in the final stretch before Christmas. Cannabis became legal…

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Edmonton city council to hold off on shisha ban

Edmonton city council will consider banning the use of shisha in public venues, but will engage with shisha venue owners…

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