Edmonton judge sentences alleged Hells Angels member to house arrest

An Edmonton man identified by law enforcement as a full-patch member of Hells Angels will spend the next 18 months…

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Boozeless parties? Alberta women launch groups for sober fun

Kira Dunlop says she can’t count the number of times she’s been called boring. She stopped drinking this past year but…

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Unruly passenger forces WestJet flight to U.K. to return to Calgary

A WestJet flight headed from Calgary to London, England, was forced to turn back soon after takeoff Friday evening after…

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80% of mountain glaciers in Alberta, B.C. and Yukon will disappear within 50 years: report

Climate change is causing glaciers in Alberta, British Columbia and Yukon to retreat faster than at any time in history, threatening…

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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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Customers file human rights complaints against police during Nyala Lounge meeting

Business owners, customers and human rights advocates are rallying behind the owner of a McCauley lounge who has been complaining…

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‘Go back where Indians belong’: St. Albert mother frightened by racist letter from neighbour

After receiving a threatening, racist letter from neighbours earlier this week, a St. Albert mother says she fears for her children’s…

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Indigenous students question universities’ commitment to Indigenization

Ntawnis Piapot is one of two recipients of the 2018 CJF-CBC Indigenous Journalism Fellowships, established to encourage Indigenous voices and better understanding of…

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La Granja Foods recalls queso fresco due to possible E. coli contamination

La Granja Foods is recalling The Farm La Granja brand queso ranchero fresco due to a possible E. coli contamination. All…

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