Alberta government announces $700M for possible Calgary Olympics

The Alberta government pledged $700 million on Friday for a potential Calgary Winter Olympics, with conditions.  In a letter from…

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Second person charged in 2016 death west of Edmonton

A 34-year-old man has been charged with manslaughter in the death of Brad MacDonald of Nova Scotia in April 2016.  MacDonald, 37, was found…

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Jefferson’s late pick-6 gives Riders thrilling win over Eskimos

Willie Jefferson made the big play when it mattered most. The Saskatchewan Roughriders’ defensive end soaked up spotlight as only…

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Guests do the baking at Edmonton’s first cannabis-users dinner club

Edmonton chef Daniel Huber hopes his new venture doesn’t go up in smoke.  In fact, he’s asking attendees of the…

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Edmonton vigil honours missing and murdered Indigenous women

More than 100 people filled a room in Edmonton’s Boyle Street Plaza Thursday night for a vigil honouring missing and…

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Walmart pleads guilty to selling contaminated food after Fort McMurray wildfire

Walmart Canada pleaded guilty Monday to 10 charges of selling contaminated food after the May 2016 Fort McMurray wildfire. The retail giant…

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Pedestrian, 23, dies after being hit by truck in northeast Edmonton

A 23-year-old woman died Tuesday after she was hit by a pickup truck at 66th Street and 137th Avenue in…

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Kaleido festival at heart of transformation along 118th Avenue

This weekend, Christy Morin is juggling. And juggling, and juggling some more. The Kaleido Family Arts Festival producer is ensuring…

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Father accused of killing his toddler son granted bail

An Edmonton man charged with second-degree murder in the death of his 19-month-old son has been granted bail. Joey Crier,…

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