‘Braiding western science and Indigenous knowledge’: New environmental monitoring program launches

A new college program aims to combine Indigenous traditional knowledge and modern science to empower the next generation of environmental…

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Edmonton police officer cleared in fatal shooting of drunk driver

An Edmonton police officer who fatally shot a suspected drunk driver last year was acting reasonably and used the force necessary,…

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Bargain price oil: How long will it last?

As oil from Alberta and Saskatchewan continues to sell at record discounts, American refineries are enjoying lucrative profit margins at the expense…

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Sharing bed with Fido may ease your chronic pain, Alberta study suggests

Sharing the bed with a canine companion may help chronic pain sufferers get a better night’s sleep, a new study from…

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Edmonton exploring how to make public spaces safer for women

Edmonton’s public spaces need to be made safer for women and girls, according to a panel discussion about sexual violence…

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Cannabis legalization brings news signs, ashtrays to Whyte Avenue

The City of Edmonton will focus on education instead of enforcement when it comes to new cannabis and tobacco smoking rules.  Once…

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Summerside residents concerned by discovery of five dead ducks

Warning: The photo below of a dead duck below may be disturbing to some readers. A father and son are…

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McDavid scores his second goal in overtime, lifts Oilers over Coyotes

Connor McDavid scored his second goal of the night in overtime as the Edmonton Oilers continued to roll in pre-season…

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A stitch in time: For Edmonton jeans maker, ethical clothing includes free mending

If the jeans fit great, why throw them out? The owners of Edmonton’s Arturo Denim say they’re making jeans that…

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Red tape puts chill on Alberta-made boozy gelato

A moonshine-maker says bureaucratic red tape is putting a chill on his business plans for an Alberta-made gelato ice cream…

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