‘Braiding western science and Indigenous knowledge’: New environmental monitoring program launches

A new college program aims to combine Indigenous traditional knowledge and modern science to empower the next generation of environmental…

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Epcor lays out priorities in flood prevention plan

Epcor says it has completed a plan to mitigate flooding in Edmonton neighbourhoods based on results from a survey conducted this summer.…

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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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Canadians welcome legal pot sales, put up with supply issues on opening day

There were no major hiccups reported in the first few hours of legal recreational marijuana sales at retail locations across…

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Befriending enemies: Black musician who infiltrated KKK to speak in Edmonton

Daryl Davis has a rare kind of audacity. A black man, Davis has spent that last 35 years befriending members…

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Trend of low potency products expected in legal recreational cannabis market

As recreational marijuana legalization looms, some industry insiders are predicting a hot niche in the market for less potent products.…

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Some of world’s best 3×3 basketball players in Edmonton for tournament

They can be seven feet tall and speed toward the basket with elegance and strength. We’re talking 3×3 basketball stars,…

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Autistic boy locked naked in Sherwood Park school isolation room, lawsuit alleges

A Sherwood Park couple claim their 12-year-old autistic son was stripped naked and locked in a school isolation room, where…

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