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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Getting ahead of wildfires: controlled burns underway in Jasper National Park

If you’ve been to the Jasper area in the last month, you might have seen smoke in the air. Fear…

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Bike sharing may be coming to Edmonton this spring

Edmonton’s bike network is set to expand this year and it will likely include a new bike sharing program that…

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‘It’s really hard to lose a good friend’: Tributes pour in for Gene Zwozdesky

Longtime Alberta politician Gene Zwozdesky was a man of many talents — d​ance and music being near the top of…

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Black plume from refinery flare near Edmonton was no hazard: government

Alberta Environment says a 12-hour refinery flare that left a black plume visible for kilometres over Edmonton’s easternskyline didn’t create…

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Success of soccer star Alphonso Davies shines spotlight on Free Footie program

Hundreds of boys and girls run into the field house at a recreation centre where 10 small soccer pitches are…

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Ski program for Indigenous youth expands throughout Western Canada

A charity that runs cross-country ski programs for Indigenous youth is expanding across Western Canada. Spirit North, which was founded…

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Edmonton police seek video to help solve city’s latest homicide

Edmonton police have launched a homicide investigation into the death of a 36-year-old man. Virgil Quinn died in hospital Thursday…

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