Edmonton teen admits to role in killing of Mac’s store clerk

A 16-year old Edmonton boy pleaded guilty to manslaughter Monday for his role in the killing of a Mac’s convenience…

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New planetarium is latest addition to Jasper Dark Sky Festival

Stargazing tourists from around the world are trekking to the Canadian Rockies this weekend to catch the final few days of…

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Alberta author chronicles family’s escape from war-torn Vietnam

Nhung Tran-Davies remembers her mother giving food away to hungry neighbours when her own family members — then living in a…

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AHS failed to protect health information, privacy commissioner finds

Alberta Health Services has come under fire from the province’s privacy commissioner for its role in the largest and longest-duration…

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DATS needs $2.25 million to improve bus service, Edmonton councillors told

As Edmonton’s population grows and ages, so does the demand for regular and special transit service for people with limited mobility. City council…

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Cannabis legalization brings news signs, ashtrays to Whyte Avenue

The City of Edmonton will focus on education instead of enforcement when it comes to new cannabis and tobacco smoking rules.  Once…

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Safety shields, cameras, increased officer presence on table to improve transit safety

The city operations department wants more money to hire extra transit peace officers in the wake of two stabbings on transit…

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Origami, VegFest and Nuit Blanche: What to do this weekend in Edmonton

Fall is officially here, but that doesn’t mean there are any fewer events going on around Edmonton this weekend, the…

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National Energy Board kick-starts new Trans Mountain hearing process

The National Energy Board is kicking off a new hearing process for the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion, just over a…

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