Getting ahead of wildfires: controlled burns underway in Jasper National Park

If you’ve been to the Jasper area in the last month, you might have seen smoke in the air. Fear…

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‘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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More than 46K sign petition calling for Lethbridge police officer who drove over deer to be fired

An online petition calling for the firing of a Lethbridge, Alta., police officer who was filmed killing a deer with his…

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Bike sharing may be coming to Edmonton this spring

Edmonton’s bike network is set to expand this year and it will likely include a new bike sharing program that…

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How an Alberta woman changed her life to save her sister

Most people who quit smoking and make other lifestyle changes do it for themselves. Emma Libby did both to save…

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Gene Zwozdesky, former Speaker of the Alberta Legislature, has died

Former Alberta MLA and Speaker of the Legislative Assembly Gene Zwozdesky has died. He was 70. “He was a good man…

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Bullying, intimidation allegations lead to cancellation of Bighorn Country info sessions

Upcoming public information sessions for the parks proposal for Bighorn Country have been cancelled amid allegations of bullying and harassment…

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Early morning house fire sends 4 to hospital, 1 in critical condition

Four people were sent to hospital after an early morning house fire in west Edmonton on Monday. One of the patients…

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Filipino carollers bring their joyous musical tradition to Fort McMurray

Seven voices fill a Fort McMurray home on a winter night. As a well-worn Christmas carol fades to an end, out…

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