New gallery exhibit sheds light on flu epidemic that killed 4,000 in Alberta

One hundred years ago, a devastating flu swept into Alberta and killed more than 4,000 people. The Spanish flu confounded…

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Mammoth development could add thousands of homes to Bonnie Doon neighbourhood

A proposed development for Edmonton’s Bonnie Doon neighbourhood could bring thousands of new homes and people to the area. Morguard…

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Alberta Party candidate disqualified over ‘discriminatory views’

The Alberta Party has disqualified Edmonton-Ellerslie candidate Yash Sharma after he attended an event “that was critical of an Indian Supreme Court…

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Think about it: Jason Kenney is holding a rally with Doug Ford

You’ve heard of shadow boxing. Well, Friday night in Calgary there’ll be shadow wrestling — starring the tag-team duo of…

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Curtis Healy found guilty of 1st-degree murder in rape and beating death of Dawns Baptiste

After about six hours of deliberations and following a failed mistrial application by the defence lawyer, a Calgary jury has found…

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Edmonton city council approves ‘sanctuary city’ status to aid undocumented immigrants

A divided Edmonton city council has voted in favour of making it easier for undocumented immigrants to gain access to municipal…

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Alberta farmers fret over recent snowfalls that delayed harvest, damaged crops

Some Alberta farmers are concerned about their crops after a late-summer snowfall blanketed parts of the province, with more flurries…

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City unveils plans for massive Metro LRT bridge

The city has unveiled a proposed bridge to carry the Metro Line LRT extension north, just ahead of a council…

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How a serious illness led a punk rocker to folk music success

A major health crisis gave Edmonton-born punk rocker Laurier Tiernan a new outlook on life, and a new sound for…

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