‘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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Shootout in northern Alberta leads to two dozen criminal charges

A strange series of events last week that began with trespassing and led to a wild shootout on a rural…

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Giving up plastic is not as hard as it sounds, when you have a plan

Waves of Change is a CBC series exploring the single-use plastic we’re discarding, and why we need to clean up our…

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Public school trustees consider plan to consolidate four Edmonton schools into two

Edmonton public school trustees will decide on Tuesday whether to approve a $43-million proposal to consolidate four aging schools in…

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Aspen oilsands project hearing cancelled after First Nation strikes deal with Imperial

The Alberta Energy Regulator says it’s no longer considering holding a public hearing for a new oilsands project after an…

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Alberta premier to counter ‘misinformation’ from Tzeporah Berman at ATA conference

Premier Rachel Notley says she will speak at the upcoming Alberta Teachers’ Association convention to counter an anticipated keynote speech by…

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Ward breaks single-season consecutive FG mark as Redblacks top Eskimos

Lewis Ward set a single-season mark for consecutive field goals Saturday to help the Ottawa Redblacks defeat the Edmonton Eskimos…

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Man accused in LRT stabbing has no criminal record, court told

The man charged with attempted murder in connection with a stabbing on an Edmonton LRT platform made his first court…

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Grey Cup festival organizers aim to bring the party to downtown Edmonton

A range of entertainment booked for the Grey Cup festival aims the bring the party to the streets of downtown…

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