More than 46K sign petition calling for Lethbridge police officer who drove over deer to be fired

An online petition calling for the firing of a Lethbridge, Alta., police officer who was filmed killing a deer with his…

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What’s on in Edmonton this weekend

Whether you want to stay indoors or venture out there’s stuff to keep you hopping this weekend. Outdoors The deep freeze…

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Community rallies around central Alberta woman kicked in face by horse

Hundreds of people are rallying behind a Bentley, Alta. woman after she sustained serious injuries when she was kicked in…

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‘Amazing honour’: Edmonton BioWare founders receive Order of Canada

Two Edmonton men are receiving one of Canada’s top honours and any fans of video games will likely know their…

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New planetarium is latest addition to Jasper Dark Sky Festival

Stargazing tourists from around the world are trekking to the Canadian Rockies this weekend to catch the final few days of…

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Jury finds Calgary parents guilty in 2013 death of toddler son

A Calgary jury has found Jennifer and Jeromie Clark guilty of criminal negligence causing death and failure to provide the necessaries of life for the…

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‘Extensive’ cockroach infestation, poor sanitation closes Edmonton Chinese restaurant

A north Edmonton Chinese food restaurant has been ordered closed after inspectors discovered a slew of health code violations, including…

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Edmonton food bank sees demand rise dramatically

The Edmonton Food Bank is seeing a dramatic increase in the number of people who need food hampers, says executive…

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‘When we speak we regain our identity:’ ACAD course keeps Dené language alive

Jo-Mary Crowchild-Fletcher stumbles through the consonant-heavy syllables as she repeats along with the rest of the class: “Ts’i, ts’a, ts’o, ts’u.”…

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