Edmonton teen admits to role in killing of Mac’s store clerk

A 16-year old Edmonton boy pleaded guilty to manslaughter Monday for his role in the killing of a Mac’s convenience…

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Outer space-set, bulldog-starring play premieres at The Roxy on Gateway

Playwright and actress Ainsley Hillyard had a list of impossible things she wanted to accomplish onstage: She wanted to stage…

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Canadian military says doubling of sex assault reports a sign of progress

The Canadian Forces say a dramatic increase in the number of sexual assault reports last year is proof that efforts…

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‘Your name will be Day Star:’ Don Iveson gets spirit name

Mayor Don Iveson has a new name. It translates to Day Star from the Cree words kîsikâw acâhkos — a new spirit name bestowed on…

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Edmonton group promoting elevation of black women amid #MeToo movement

An Edmonton group is shining a light on the unique experience of black women amid global conversations about sexual assault…

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Origami, VegFest and Nuit Blanche: What to do this weekend in Edmonton

Fall is officially here, but that doesn’t mean there are any fewer events going on around Edmonton this weekend, the…

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Darnell Nurse ends holdout, signs 2-year deal with Oilers

The Edmonton Oilers have signed Darnell Nurse to a two-year contract, ending a lengthy stalemate with one of their top…

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More icy, wet weather in store for Edmonton

If you were hoping for a taste of summer temperatures during the last week of the season, it’s best not…

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Highlands church fire leaves parishioners, programs scrambling for new space

Scaffolding and plywood hang off the front of the Highlands United Church, signs of fire damage to a 95-year-old building that…

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