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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Debt a bigger issue than the carbon tax, Alberta Party leader says

Alberta Party Leader Stephen Mandel says he doesn’t understand why the United Conservative Party has turned the carbon tax into…

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Canadian cannabis entrepreneurs dream big in the face of uncertainty

Trevor Fencott looks at the bare wooden beams in a stripped-down Edmonton retail store and sees nothing but possibility. He…

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Why some doctors are saying it’s time to ‘drop the D’

This is an excerpt from Second Opinion, a weekly roundup of eclectic and under-the-radar health and medical science news emailed…

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Downtown core could see more liquor stores if city council gets its way

Liquor store owners are asking city councillors to take a sober second look at a city report recommending council do away with a…

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2nd Whyte Avenue bar fined for overcrowding during Oilers playoff run

A second Whyte Avenue-area bar has been fined for overcrowding during the Oilers playoff run in 2017. Last week, O2’s Taphouse, located at…

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