Thief in stolen employee vest hits Lowe’s, Best Buy in St. Albert

RCMP in St. Albert are seeking a suspect who spent hours inside a Lowe’s store planning a large theft before heading…

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‘Like asteroids:’ Study says Martian moons likely blown off planet’s surface

New research suggests Mars’ moons were once part of the planet, blasted into space by some cataclysmic collision long ago. Until…

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Laughter yoga brings a mantra of merriment to your practice

A new belly-busting class is giving Edmontonians a few howls along with their daily downward dog. Every Tuesday in October…

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Trumpeter serenades Highway 1 motorists left stranded in snowstorm

Motorists stranded for hours Tuesday on an icy stretch of the Trans-Canada Highway in southwest Alberta got a temporary break from their…

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Tzeporah Berman, Jason Kenney, spar over past government appointment

B.C.-based environmental activist Tzeporah Berman and United Conservative Party leader Jason Kenney engaged in a heated social media exchange over…

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Edmonton lawyer files complaint about remand centre meme on Facebook

An Edmonton criminal lawyer says a meme he saw posted on a Facebook page belonging to the head of security…

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‘Scrambles’ will help pedestrians get over easy, city hopes

The City of Edmonton is testing “pedestrian scrambles” at two major intersections — one downtown and the other in Old Strathcona.…

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‘Enjoying the moment’ Paralyzed Bronco player makes triumphant return to the ice

Ryan Straschnitzki was all smiles Saturday following his first return to the ice in a game since being paralyzed from…

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‘We’re worried we’re going to get flooded again’: Mill Woods residents wait for drainage work to finish

CBC Edmonton is setting up a pop-up newsroom at the Mill Woods Public Library for the week of Sept. 10-14. We’ll be…

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