‘You will be a lonely old woman’: Client testifies Edmonton matchmaking consultant played on insecurities

When Val Taylor met with Edmonton Matchmakers, she says the dating consultant suggested her weight was the reason she hadn’t…

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Cash, drugs, guns recovered in Grande Prairie drug bust

Cash, firearms and more than $600,000 in illegal drugs were seized Tuesday by Grande Prairie RCMP after police were tipped…

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Sylvan Lake embraces ‘fluff’ as future of waste management

The Town of Sylvan Lake, Alta., says it could save $227,000 each year with a new waste conversion system that…

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Black smoke from refinery caused by flaring, not fire

A plume of black smoke coming from an east Edmonton refinery stack is from flaring, not a fire, Edmonton Fire Rescue…

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B.C. cities join global movement asking oil companies for climate change costs

Staff and contractors in Victoria have been crunching the numbers on climate change costs for the coastal city and it’s…

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Canada Post workers might strike at midnight if deal not reached

The Canadian Union of Postal Workers (CUPW) says it’s ready to strike just after midnight if a last-minute deal with…

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Alberta farmer donates 10,000 kgs. of root vegetables to food banks

A farmer near Pigeon Lake has donated close to 10,000 kilograms of root vegetables to the Calgary and Edmonton food…

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U of A alumni help identify baby sea monster

Alumni from the University of Alberta are being credited with helping to identify the world’s smallest Tylosaurus specimen. The Tylosaurus, found…

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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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