Nearly 6 in 10 Canadians call lack of new pipeline capacity a ‘crisis,’ poll suggests

A slight majority of Canadians are calling the lack of new oil pipeline capacity in the country a “crisis,” according…

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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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Former hockey enforcer sues Canadian leagues over concussions

A former hockey enforcer has launched a class action against the major junior Canadian and Western Hockey Leagues and Hockey Canada…

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Cash, drugs, guns recovered in Grande Prairie drug bust

Cash, firearms and more than $600,000 in illegal drugs were seized Tuesday by Grande Prairie RCMP after police were tipped…

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Fat bike use ‘growing in a hurry’ in Alberta Parks

Fat bikes are coming into their own in the mountainous trails outside of Calgary. Trails that used to exclude the…

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Community rallies around central Alberta woman kicked in face by horse

Hundreds of people are rallying behind a Bentley, Alta. woman after she sustained serious injuries when she was kicked in…

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‘Their stories need to be told’: Advocates want police to release names of women killed by domestic violence

Women’s shelter directors from across Alberta want police to improve the way they communicate about cases of domestic violence.  Three days…

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Huge drop in active oil rigs will have ‘ripple effect’ on economy, says energy analyst

Just 70 oil rigs were active across Canada in the last two weeks of December, a drop of nearly 50…

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NEB says too much oil and not enough pipelines are primary factors in price crash

A new report from the National Energy Board says the “primary factor” in recent steep discounts on western Canadian crude…

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Edmonton community rallies in solidarity with protesters in Sudan

About a hundred demonstrators gathered in Churchill Square on Sunday to show support for anti-government protesters in Sudan. Demonstrations spread across the…

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