Edmonton pep rally aims to spread love, inclusivity

Churchill Square has become one of Edmonton’s top locations for protests, providing a space for people to air their grievances and…

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Citadel Theatre releases plan to deal with harassment, bullying

A new report from the Citadel Theatre highlights its plan to address workplace bullying and harassment after several allegations against the…

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Hundreds drawn to Government House for annual New Year’s levee

The Campos family could hardly contain their pride and excitement as they waited in line to meet Alberta’s Lieutenant Governor…

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Man killed by police on Boxing Day fired gun, ASIRT says

A wanted man fired a gun before he was killed by police on Boxing Day in southeast Edmonton, Alberta’s police…

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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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‘I was just trying to do what I could do’: Albertans recognized for acts of bravery

Benjamin Prince was standing outside of a northeast Edmonton pub when multiple shots were fired on May 31 last year. His…

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Edmonton city council kicks free transit idea to curb

There won’t be free rides on Edmonton buses and LRT. The idea was a short-lived notion after a debate at…

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Jefferson’s late pick-6 gives Riders thrilling win over Eskimos

Willie Jefferson made the big play when it mattered most. The Saskatchewan Roughriders’ defensive end soaked up spotlight as only…

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Alberta Cree man successfully challenges illegal fishing ticket

Clayton Cunningham grew up fishing for walleye in the pristine waters of Beaver Lake in northern Alberta, just like his…

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