‘Braiding western science and Indigenous knowledge’: New environmental monitoring program launches

A new college program aims to combine Indigenous traditional knowledge and modern science to empower the next generation of environmental…

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String of break-ins has Calgary police looking for public’s help

Calgary police need help identifying two men in a string of break-and-enters over recent weeks. “In each instance, an unknown…

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Singer k.d. lang, 7 others to receive Alberta Order of Excellence

Iconic singer-songwriter k.d. lang and seven other prominent Albertans will receive the province’s highest honour Thursday afternoon in Edmonton. Lt.-Gov.…

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Man injured in 2008 central Alberta school bus crash calls for mandatory seat belts

A young man who suffered severe injuries in a 2008 school-bus crash in Rimbey, Alta. says the federal government should…

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Edmonton police seek public’s help to find missing toddler

Edmonton police are asking for help from the public to find a toddler who was last seen with a man…

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Edmonton council to decide whether to continue controversial road de-icing program

Changes to how Edmonton removes snow and ice from city roads, which includes expansion of a pilot project to test the…

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Three people taken to hospital after three-vehicle collision near Grassland, Alta.

Three people were taken to hospital Monday after a multi-vehicle collision five kilometres west of Grassland, Alta. Two semi trucks and…

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Giving up plastic is not as hard as it sounds, when you have a plan

Waves of Change is a CBC series exploring the single-use plastic we’re discarding, and why we need to clean up our…

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Bad week at the box office: Ticketmaster faces call for federal probe in the U.S.

A congressman is calling on the U.S. attorney general to investigate possible “corruption” and “market malfeasance” at global entertainment giant…

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