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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‘He confuses hate for love and love for hate’: Crown urges jury to convict Tyrell Perron

“Truth is often stranger than fiction,” Crown prosecutor Phil LeFeuvre told the jury in his closing argument Tuesday morning in…

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Oilers drop season opener to Devils in Sweden

Kyle Palmieri, Travis Zajac and the New Jersey Devils left the Edmonton Oilers behind in their season-opener, showing the form…

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Immigration consultant council suspends licence of former Edmonton MLA Carl Benito

The federal council that regulates immigration consultants has temporarily suspended the licences of former Edmonton MLA Carl Benito and one…

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Reynolds-Alberta Museum revs up the wow factor

Noel Ratch strolls through the Reynolds-Alberta Museum collection storage facility, a place most people rarely get a chance to see. The…

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Red Deer calls on Alberta gov’t to pay for ‘consequences’ of gaps in addiction services

The mayor of Red Deer is calling on the Alberta government to pay for the “consequences” of gaps in addictions…

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Great expectations: Wilfred’s a welcoming spot for breakfast, brunch or cocktails

Wilfred’s, a contemporary diner in the Brewery District, takes up residence in a 100-year-old building that once housed the Molson Brewery…

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‘Who are we?’: McLellan challenges Oilers in wake of last season’s failure

Head coach Todd McLellan, with his Edmonton Oilers coming off an embarrassing season, says the first order of training camp…

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Bail denied for mother accused of locking abused daughters in basement

Bail has once again been denied to an Edmonton mother whose young daughters were found by a babysitter, allegedly locked…

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