‘No mail Monday’ as Edmonton’s Canada Post workers walk off the job

Mail will not be delivered in Edmonton Monday after hundreds of local postal workers walked off the job as part of…

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AHS failed to protect health information, privacy commissioner finds

Alberta Health Services has come under fire from the province’s privacy commissioner for its role in the largest and longest-duration…

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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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Calgary cellist can once again play instrument that shielded him from bullets in Baghdad

A new Calgarian’s musical instrument is back in playing shape, after an incredible journey that started with bullets in Baghdad nearly destroying…

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Woman’s body found in North Saskatchewan River east of Edmonton

Police have identified a woman whose body was found in the North Saskatchewan River east of Edmonton as Lindsay Marie…

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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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‘I’m not packing it in’: Edmonton father hopes to beat the odds after cancer diagnosis

An Edmonton father recently diagnosed with a stage four cancer isn’t letting his prognosis dampen what could be his last months…

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Driver, 73, charged in Edmonton pedestrian crash that killed woman

Edmonton police investigating the death last week of a female pedestrian have charged a 73-year-old motorist with careless driving. The…

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