Boozeless parties? Alberta women launch groups for sober fun

Kira Dunlop says she can’t count the number of times she’s been called boring. She stopped drinking this past year but…

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New water pump house ends 25 years of boil water advisories at Enoch Cree Nation

Lorraine Makokis took her first sip from a small silver water pail, like the kind her family used when she was young to collect…

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Bighorn Country town hall sessions to go ahead, after being cancelled due to ‘public safety’ concerns

The final town hall meetings about the Bighorn Country parks plan will go ahead, after the Alberta environment minister’s decision…

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Good Samaritans help free driver trapped after freeway crash

Two quick-thinking men helped free a trapped driver Tuesday after a truck crashed into a parked school bus in south…

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Barbershop targeted with racist graffiti to host anti-racism event

Less than a month after a west Edmonton barber shop was vandalized with racist graffiti, the shop will be hosting a…

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Accused killer back in court as two young girls buried

Ashton Lafleche will appear in Edmonton provincial court this morning on two charges of second-degree murder and one charge of…

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Local cocktail recipes to warm you up this holiday season

David Scade, co-owner of Black Diamond Distillery in St. Albert, shared some of his original holiday cocktail recipes with CBC’s Radio Active.…

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How investor confidence in Canada improved in just one remarkable week

What a difference a week can make. Canada has been in a rut with enticing companies and investors to see the country…

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Driver, 73, charged in Edmonton pedestrian crash that killed woman

Edmonton police investigating the death last week of a female pedestrian have charged a 73-year-old motorist with careless driving. The…

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