Murder trial begins for man accused of killing Edmonton limo driver

A five-week jury trial for the man accused of killing an Edmonton limo driver began Monday in Edmonton Court of Queen’s…

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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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How an Alberta woman changed her life to save her sister

Most people who quit smoking and make other lifestyle changes do it for themselves. Emma Libby did both to save…

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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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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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LGBTQ2 advocate urges Edmonton police commission to investigate chief’s conduct

LGBTQ2 advocate Kristopher Wells is backing up a high-ranking Edmonton Police Service officer’s accusation that Chief Rod Knecht made “false or misleading”…

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Lights out: Hockey fans disappointed with Fantasy Scoreboard gone silent

Matt Stockal’s Fantasy Scoreboard is showing only zeros, but it has nothing to do with the Edmonton Oilers’ scoring abilities. …

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‘Poisoned’ street drugs trend frightening, safe injection site manager says

Every dose is dangerous when drug users don’t know what they’re consuming, says the manager of two of Edmonton’s three…

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AUPE president says Jason Kenney has ‘momentum’

The president of Alberta’s largest union, the Alberta Union of Provincial Employees (AUPE), is warning members to prepare for a…

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