New gallery exhibit sheds light on flu epidemic that killed 4,000 in Alberta

One hundred years ago, a devastating flu swept into Alberta and killed more than 4,000 people. The Spanish flu confounded…

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Canada Post hit by rotating strikes in Victoria, Edmonton, Windsor and Halifax

The union representing 50,000 Canada Post employees has begun a series of rotating strikes. The Canadian Union of Postal Workers…

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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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Epcor lays out priorities in flood prevention plan

Epcor says it has completed a plan to mitigate flooding in Edmonton neighbourhoods based on results from a survey conducted this summer.…

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Edmonton police to introduce online reporting for sexual assault victims

The Edmonton Police Service plans to introduce online reporting for victims of historical sexual assaults, the Edmonton Police Commission heard Thursday.…

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Bargain price oil: How long will it last?

As oil from Alberta and Saskatchewan continues to sell at record discounts, American refineries are enjoying lucrative profit margins at the expense…

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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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$13-million lawsuit accuses Corrections Canada of racism, sexism, bullying and intimidation

A former female warden has filed a $13-million lawsuit against Correctional Service of Canada alleging her 26-year career has left…

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Rachel Notley finds Jason Kenney’s actions during India trip ‘amusing’

While some of Alberta’s cabinet raised concerns about United Conservative Party Leader Jason Kenney’s trip to India, Premier Rachel Notley is…

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Pedestrian in hospital with life-threatening injuries after collision with LRT train

A man was struck by an Edmonton LRT train Wednesday evening, sending him to hospital with life-threatening injuries.  Police are advising people…

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