Alberta’s OPEC-style oil cuts help boost prices — but concern over fallout remains

Alberta’s mandatory oil production cuts have helped boost Canadian crude prices, but concern persists that the cure could be worse than the…

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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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What’s on in Edmonton this weekend

Whether you want to stay indoors or venture out there’s stuff to keep you hopping this weekend. Outdoors The deep freeze…

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RCMP investigating after man’s body found near Millet

Police are investigating after a man’s body was found in an area near Millet early Sunday morning. Wetaskiwin RCMP officers…

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Brrr. Extreme cold warnings issued for northeastern Alberta

Bundle up. It’s going to be a brutally cold one. Communities across the northeastern edge of Alberta are contending with…

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‘Thank God we created this,’ says Edmonton judge and architect of mental health court

A lanky young man with thick glasses steps up to the front of the courtroom. He is charged with shoplifting…

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‘Like asteroids:’ Study says Martian moons likely blown off planet’s surface

New research suggests Mars’ moons were once part of the planet, blasted into space by some cataclysmic collision long ago. Until…

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Disturbing content found on accused killer’s phone and laptop, Edson murder trial hears

Accused killer Tyrell Perron created a Gmail account for himself using the name “darknovabliss,” a trial was told Monday. What RCMP…

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