‘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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Long-separated mother and daughter reunite at Edmonton airport

When Alexa Rudi rode down an escalator to the arrivals level at Edmonton International Airport on Friday night, she found…

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Mammoth development could add thousands of homes to Bonnie Doon neighbourhood

A proposed development for Edmonton’s Bonnie Doon neighbourhood could bring thousands of new homes and people to the area. Morguard…

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Alexander First Nation chief says he believed sexual encounters were consensual

TThe chief of Alexander First Nation says he believed sexual encounters were consensual between him and the woman he’s accused…

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Woof! Dogs in the office make for relaxed environment, businesses say

At some offices, dogs are more popular than people. On any given day, seven to 10 pups bounce around Benevity,…

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Downtown core could see more liquor stores if city council gets its way

Liquor store owners are asking city councillors to take a sober second look at a city report recommending council do away with a…

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Canada must fix ‘deficiencies’ in spill plan for Trans Mountain’s U.S. spur, Washington state says

Washington’s Department of Ecology wants the Canadian government to fix what it calls “deficiencies in critical areas” of its spill…

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Way back WEM: Take a nostalgic trip through West Edmonton Mall history

The right whale statue relegated for years to the basement of West Edmonton Mall — then restored to its place…

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Seniors over 80 find friendship at Edmonton’s ‘home away from home’

A little grey bungalow in Old Strathcona has become a second home to seniors who sometimes struggle to stay in…

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