Why an Edmontonian drives his Lamborghini in the middle of winter

Most car enthusiasts park their sports cars for the winter to avoid the ice, salt and debris. Edmonton’s Oren Zamir…

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‘You will be a lonely old woman’: Client testifies Edmonton matchmaking consultant played on insecurities

When Val Taylor met with Edmonton Matchmakers, she says the dating consultant suggested her weight was the reason she hadn’t…

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Alberta Premier Rachel Notley to speak at petrochemical plant

Alberta Premier Rachel Notley will visit a petrochemical project outside Edmonton to tout some of big things happening in the industry.…

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Weaving, sewing workshops to connect Edmontonians with the material world

For most people, doing something with their hands equals scrolling through social media sites. But two Edmonton women are hoping…

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Cannabis seeds can now be purchased online in Alberta

Those looking to grow their own marijuana are allowed to have up to four plants for personal use, but until…

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Huge drop in active oil rigs will have ‘ripple effect’ on economy, says energy analyst

Just 70 oil rigs were active across Canada in the last two weeks of December, a drop of nearly 50…

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‘You can never discard experience,’ says former Canada coach Brent Sutter

The majority of players only get one shot at representing their country at the world junior hockey championship.  The tournament’s…

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Three Red Deer men on snowmobile trip missing in Revelstoke, B.C.

A search and rescue mission is underway to find three missing snowmobilers from the Red Deer area last seen in…

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‘Thank God we created this,’ says Edmonton judge and architect of mental health court

A lanky young man with thick glasses steps up to the front of the courtroom. He is charged with shoplifting…

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