‘This really turned the tide’: The Enigma machine and World War II in spotlight at U of A

It was created to be an unsolvable puzzle and its moniker, the Enigma, indicates as much. This year marks the 100th…

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Edmonton police seek video to help solve city’s latest homicide

Edmonton police have launched a homicide investigation into the death of a 36-year-old man. Virgil Quinn died in hospital Thursday…

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UCP raised $500K more than NDP in last quarter, figures show

The United Conservative Party continues to win Alberta’s political fundraising sweepstakes, outperforming the governing NDP by about $500,000 in the…

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Kinder Morgan CEO says there’s a ‘seller’s market’ for remaining Canadian assets

There’s a “seller’s market” for attractive assets like those held by its Canadian subsidiary, the CEO of Kinder Morgan Inc.…

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Big Island Provincial Park? A look back at Big Island as an Edmonton destination

Big Island in Edmonton’s river valley was once a big draw for turn-of-the-century Edmontonians keen for a communion with nature…

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UCP leader finally dropping the mask on his true beliefs, NDP minister says

The mask has finally dropped on what Jason Kenney will do if he becomes premier next year, leaving Albertans with a…

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Feral cats contribute to ‘crisis’ for Alberta animal rescue agencies

A feral kitten brought to the Central Alberta Humane Society with a large piece of flesh ripped from its mouth exemplifies…

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Jobless rate dips to 5.9% in September on part-time job gains

Canada’s job market gained 63,000 positions in September, edging the unemployment rate lower to 5.9 per cent, and offsetting job…

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Notley disputes Kenney’s accusation that she was too slow to fight anti-pipeline bills

Alberta Premier Rachel Notley is rejecting accusations she dropped the ball by waiting too long to publicly take on the…

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