UCP leader finally dropping the mask on his true beliefs, NDP minister says

The mask has finally dropped on what Jason Kenney will do if he becomes premier next year, leaving Albertans with a…

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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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This bud’s for northern Alberta: On Oct. 17, most cannabis retailers are in the Edmonton region

Seventeen Alberta retailers have been issued interim cannabis licences in preparation for the Oct. 17 legalization date, AGLC said Thursday.…

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Body of boy, 16, recovered from lake south of Fort McMurray

The body of a 16-year-old boy who went missing in Gregoire Lake earlier this month was found Friday evening, Wood Buffalo…

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Man seriously injured in LRT stabbing recovering in hospital, says family

The 19-year-old man who was stabbed and seriously injured in an attack at an Edmonton LRT platform earlier this week…

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Edmonton groups fight hunger with local food

Homegrown is a series that looks at how Alberta’s local movement is changing buying habits, connecting people and shaping communities.…

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Central Alberta man pleads guilty for his role in 2006 murder

A central Alberta man has admitted to his involvement in an Eckville, Alta., homicide 12 years ago. Shayne Gulka, who…

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Cockroach infestations on the rise in Edmonton, exterminator says

Infestations of infamously hard-to-kill cockroaches are on the rise in Edmonton, says a local exterminator.  In his 40 years on…

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Rising oil price will spur drilling by small, intermediate producers, analysts predict

Rising oil prices that encouraged more spending by small and intermediate oil and gas companies in Western Canada in the…

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