‘Esports are very inclusive’: Edmonton students learn life skills at video game tournament

A group of Edmonton students is showing how video games can help young people make friends and develop life skills.…

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Seafood and meat truck that drove from Edmonton to Inuvik drawing big crowds

Monday was Greg Wade’s first day in Inuvik with his High Arctic Seafoods and Steaks Ltd. van, and he already…

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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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Serious crash prompts road closure in southeast Edmonton

A serious two-vehicle collision Friday morning caused police to¬†shut down a stretch of road in southeast Edmonton. All lanes of…

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Edmonton man, 48, killed in collision between train and tanker truck

A tanker truck involved in a deadly collision at a railroad crossing in Sherwood Park on Tuesday was stopped on…

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‘I’m going to be all right’: Painting company gives at-risk youth crucial work experience

A year ago, Clay Ladouceur was homeless and desperate to find work after moving to Edmonton from his small town…

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Lightning carried by hot offence in win over Oilers

Nikita Kucherov had a goal and four assists while Steven Stamkos and Tyler Johnson each scored twice as the Tampa…

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‘Learning as we go’: Alberta’s oilsands grapple with cannabis legalization

Cannabis will be legalized on Wednesday, but some in Fort McMurray’s oilsands and the broader oil and gas industry are…

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Investors rush to patent genetically modified cannabis molecules

At the Hyasynth Biologicals laboratory in Montreal, scientists are working on the latest frontier in the cannabis business: genetically engineering…

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