This is the end for Edmonton’s End of the World

A popular but perilous lookout over Edmonton’s river valley is getting a facelift and a new name. A set of…

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Wharf worries: Northern Alberta community worries about the privatization of their port

A fly-in northern Alberta hamlet is concerned about the privatization of the community’s port, which is one of the  few points…

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Legal cannabis is here, it’s time to answer some burning questions

There’s been a lot of talk about cannabis leading up to Wednesday’s legalization, but with so much on the line…

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‘In Alberta we ride horses, not unicorns’: Rachel Notley calls pipeline opponents unrealistic

Premier Rachel Notley said the United Conservative Party and pipeline opponents have one thing in common — their approaches to tackling…

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Sitting down to Thanksgiving dinner? UBC study suggests putting smartphones away

A recent study from the University of British Columbia suggests that keeping a smartphone at the table during a meal can…

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‘I’m not packing it in’: Edmonton father hopes to beat the odds after cancer diagnosis

An Edmonton father recently diagnosed with a stage four cancer isn’t letting his prognosis dampen what could be his last months…

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Edmonton group promoting elevation of black women amid #MeToo movement

An Edmonton group is shining a light on the unique experience of black women amid global conversations about sexual assault…

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Four Edmonton schools get help from Edmonton Oilers program to raise money for charities

Four Edmonton junior high schools are teaming up with Edmonton Oilers players to raise money for charity. The Hockey Helps…

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