‘Survival time’: It’s mating season for Edmonton’s urban coyotes

Coyotes are fiercely protective of their partners and Edmonton’s resident scavengers will have little patience for perceived predators during their…

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Man faces 60 new animal cruelty charges related to starving horses

A Parkland County man first charged five days ago in relation to dead horses found on an acreage west of…

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Fat bike use ‘growing in a hurry’ in Alberta Parks

Fat bikes are coming into their own in the mountainous trails outside of Calgary. Trails that used to exclude the…

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Rancher vows not to pay carbon tax on propane bill until Trans Mountain is built

An Alberta rancher says she will refuse to pay the carbon tax on her propane bill until there’s action on the Trans Mountain pipeline…

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Collision with hay bales caused fatal Alberta plane crash, says TSB

A plane crash that killed a man near Black Diamond, Alta., in July was the result of the small aircraft…

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‘Their stories need to be told’: Advocates want police to release names of women killed by domestic violence

Women’s shelter directors from across Alberta want police to improve the way they communicate about cases of domestic violence.  Three days…

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Ski program for Indigenous youth expands throughout Western Canada

A charity that runs cross-country ski programs for Indigenous youth is expanding across Western Canada. Spirit North, which was founded…

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Roads shut down as Edmonton police investigate assault call

People are being asked to avoid an area of west Edmonton as police respond to a report of an assault…

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Alberta beer week kicks off with a taste of Unity

Beer columnist Haydon Dewes visited the Calgary Eyeopener on Friday to talk about Alberta Beer Week (Oct. 19-27) with host David Gray.…

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