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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Rookie councillors critical of Valley Line West LRT

The Valley Line West LRT is forging ahead despite ongoing criticism from many Edmontonians and four first-term city councillors.  Three of…

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Roads shut down as Edmonton police investigate assault call

People are being asked to avoid an area of west Edmonton as police respond to a report of an assault…

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‘Know before you throw’: Where to dispose of holiday waste in Edmonton

As the festive season draws to an end, the city of Edmonton is urging people to recycle or dispose of…

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Looking for a chance to live off the land? This farm’s for you

Dreaming of a hard-working country life? A sprawling off-the-grid acreage nestled in the forest on the edge of the Alberta-B.C. border could…

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Keillor Point lookout opens at ‘End of the World’

It’s now known as Keillor Point Viewing Area bringing a close to the End of the World. The newly-constructed lookout…

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Three people taken to hospital after three-vehicle collision near Grassland, Alta.

Three people were taken to hospital Monday after a multi-vehicle collision five kilometres west of Grassland, Alta. Two semi trucks and…

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Syrian refugee and his ESL teacher turn writing exercise into literary nomination

An Edmonton ESL teacher and a refugee student from Syria are celebrating after a project that started as classroom exercise…

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The next generation of Indigenous hockey players is aiming to break down stereotypes and inspire others

Ethan Bear remembers seeing looks of contempt on some people’s faces while he was playing hockey. At the time, Bear,…

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Edmonton on way to new snowfall record for Sept. 21

Edmonton is on its way to the snowiest Sept. 21 since 1968, says Dan Kulak, meteorologist with Environment Canada. Not…

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