‘This really turned the tide’: The Enigma machine and World War II in spotlight at U of A

It was created to be an unsolvable puzzle and its moniker, the Enigma, indicates as much. This year marks the 100th…

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Aurora Sky’s the limit at massive cannabis facility built to harness the power of the sun

From the “mother room” where baby buds begin to the glass ceiling that melts snow and reuses the water, the…

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Hotel union angry after Edmonton Oilers cross picket line at Boston Ritz-Carlton

The Edmonton Oilers were greeted with picket signs and chants of “scab!” as they crossed a picket line to enter…

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Guests do the baking at Edmonton’s first cannabis-users dinner club

Edmonton chef Daniel Huber hopes his new venture doesn’t go up in smoke.  In fact, he’s asking attendees of the…

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CBC/Radio-Canada reaffirms commitment to diversity and inclusion

CBC/Radio-Canada says it’s exceeded goals to hire more Indigenous Peoples, visible minorities, and persons withdisabilities. The public broadcaster says the groups…

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Albertans are buckling up for a throwdown over pipelines, oilsands and Trans Mountain

What has been the lesson from the latest turn in the saga of the Trans Mountain pipeline? What effects has…

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Documentary goes behind woman’s ‘fighter face’ to capture struggle of living with MS

When her fatigue is most debilitating, Patrycia Rzechowka struggles to brush her hair or get out bed but she never lets…

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Fort Mac Rocks: Fort McMurray goes ‘crazy’ for colourfully-painted rocks

As if they were searching for gold, Christine St Onge and her kids spend their days looking for brightly-coloured painted…

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