‘It’s exploded’: Female riders fastest growing motorcycle market

Heather Thomas has been riding motorcycles for nearly four decades. She’s ridden across Canada, throughout the United States and Australia.…

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Indigenous family in Leduc shocked by racist letter

A long-time resident of the city of Leduc says she’s shocked and confused after receiving a racist letter Tuesday night…

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Heavy snow delays harvest after tough season for Alberta farmers

Farmers in Alberta are racing against the clock to harvest their crops after heavy rain and snow in September left fields too wet to…

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Bad week at the box office: Ticketmaster faces call for federal probe in the U.S.

A congressman is calling on the U.S. attorney general to investigate possible “corruption” and “market malfeasance” at global entertainment giant…

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After past missteps, Fort McMurray unveils latest public artwork

When it comes to municipally-funded art, Fort McMurray, like other communities, hasn’t always hit the mark. But the Regional Municipality…

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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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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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