African-Canadian bar owners hit with ‘militaristic style’ police inspections, Edmonton coalition says

A human rights coalition has demanded a community meeting with Edmonton’s police chief to discuss concerns about local African-Canadian businesses…

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Britannia consolidation now 8th on list of priorities for Edmonton Public Schools

A $43-million school consolidation in mature west Edmonton neighbourhoods is now eighth on the list of capital funding priorities for the…

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UCP says candidates unknowingly posed for photos with Soldiers of Odin members

The United Conservative Party says it does not share the “hateful views” of Soldiers of Odin, after three UCP candidates…

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Opposition leaders propose different minimum wages for youth, servers

Young people and servers who earn tips should be paid different minimum-wage rates than adults, who will start earning $15…

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Highlands church fire leaves parishioners, programs scrambling for new space

Scaffolding and plywood hang off the front of the Highlands United Church, signs of fire damage to a 95-year-old building that…

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‘Enjoying the moment’ Paralyzed Bronco player makes triumphant return to the ice

Ryan Straschnitzki was all smiles Saturday following his first return to the ice in a game since being paralyzed from…

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