Edmonton-based Stantec strikes deal to sell international construction arm

Canadian engineering-design giant Stantec Inc. is selling its construction arm in a much-anticipated deal following a review begun last spring…

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Edmonton company hit with $100,000 fine over worker injured in Saskatchewan

An Edmonton company has been ordered to pay $100,000 after a worker was struck in the face by a metal…

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Trans-Canada Highway still closed eastbound near Canmore

The eastbound lanes of the Trans-Canada Highway about 20 kilometres east of Canmore remain closed Wednesday morning after the area…

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Disturbing content found on accused killer’s phone and laptop, Edson murder trial hears

Accused killer Tyrell Perron created a Gmail account for himself using the name “darknovabliss,” a trial was told Monday. What RCMP…

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$13-million lawsuit accuses Corrections Canada of racism, sexism, bullying and intimidation

A former female warden has filed a $13-million lawsuit against Correctional Service of Canada alleging her 26-year career has left…

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Edmonton woman warns of henna tattoo risks after serious allergic reaction

An Edmonton woman who got a henna tattoo this summer is warning about the dangers after she had a serious allergic reaction…

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Fort Edmonton Park locomotive destined to run again

The iconic locomotive at Fort Edmonton Park is getting a new home and a new lease on life. City council…

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

A Sherwood Park couple claim their 13-year-old autistic son was stripped naked and locked in a school isolation room, where…

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