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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Stewing about dinner in a hurry? Try an accelerated adobo

CBC wanted to know what Edmonton’s best chefs whip up when they’re short on time or just don’t have the…

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How an Alberta woman changed her life to save her sister

Most people who quit smoking and make other lifestyle changes do it for themselves. Emma Libby did both to save…

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Her husband died four years ago. She still writes love poems to him every Sunday

Adè​le Fontaine writes a poem to her husband every Sunday.  It’s a ritual that has helped Fontaine process her grief since he died.…

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Made-in-Edmonton technology helps patients who struggle to swallow

For two years, Ted Power struggled to swallow. Eating was a frustrating chore. After being diagnosed with an aggressive form…

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Logan Boulet Effect: Death of player in Broncos crash highlighted organ donation

A couple who lost their son in the Humboldt Broncos bus crash continues to advocate for organ donation registration as…

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Unwrapping Edmonton’s ‘cheesy’ Christmas movies

It wasn’t exactly Hollywood North, but Edmonton once carved out a niche in the world of Christmas movies. A surprising…

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‘Extensive’ cockroach infestation, poor sanitation closes Edmonton Chinese restaurant

A north Edmonton Chinese food restaurant has been ordered closed after inspectors discovered a slew of health code violations, including…

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‘Poisoned’ street drugs trend frightening, safe injection site manager says

Every dose is dangerous when drug users don’t know what they’re consuming, says the manager of two of Edmonton’s three…

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Alexander First Nation chief not guilty of sexual assault charges

The chief of Alexander First Nation wept and hugged supporters in an Edmonton courtroom Friday after being found not guilty…

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