‘This really turned the tide’: The Enigma machine and World War II in spotlight at U of A

It was created to be an unsolvable puzzle and its moniker, the Enigma, indicates as much. This year marks the 100th…

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Look up, way up! It’s International Observe the Moon Night Saturday

Though it’s our nearest celestial neighbour, we take the moon for granted. However, this weekend, you’re encouraged to bundle up,…

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Serious collision prompts Alberta Avenue intersection closure

Drivers are being asked to avoid an Alberta Avenue intersection during the Monday morning commute after a man was seriously injured in…

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UCP leader Jason Kenney had to ‘eat a little crow’ on Soldiers of Odin controversy

Could somebody get Jason Kenney a ladder? The United Conservative Party leader will need help getting down off his high horse. After…

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Edmonton vigil honours missing and murdered Indigenous women

More than 100 people filled a room in Edmonton’s Boyle Street Plaza Thursday night for a vigil honouring missing and…

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Calgary house party killer Matthew de Grood to be transferred to Edmonton for reintegration into community

Matthew de Grood, who killed five people at a Calgary house party in 2014 while in a psychotic state, will…

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Walmart pleads guilty to selling contaminated food after Fort McMurray wildfire

Walmart Canada pleaded guilty Monday to 10 charges of selling contaminated food after the May 2016 Fort McMurray wildfire. The retail giant…

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Will the real Edmonton Oilers please stand up?

Oilers coach Todd McLellan opened training camp by asking his players: “Who are you?” Are they the team that finished with…

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