‘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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‘Be better at home’: Oilers want Rogers Place to be a tough stop for visiting teams

As far as scary players go in the NHL, there might not be anyone more intimidating than Oilers veteran Milan…

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Cat calls and dark streets: Women talk about making street safer at UN forum

Jay Pitter grew up in a Toronto social housing complex with dark corners and not much green space. “It was…

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N.W.T. chief gives country music star custom-made guitar strap

A concert-goer’s experience turned into a memorable life moment for the chief of Fort McPherson, N.W.T. Wanda Pascal travelled to the…

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How investor confidence in Canada improved in just one remarkable week

What a difference a week can make. Canada has been in a rut with enticing companies and investors to see the country…

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Canadians too lazy, busy to go outside and play: survey

A survey released last week confirms grown-up Canadians still like to groan about going outside to play, often because they find outdoor activities…

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Edmonton police seize thousands of fentanyl pills disguised as Xanax

Edmonton police issued a dire warning Wednesday after the gang unit seized more than 3,700 pills, thought to be a variant…

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Red Deer calls on Alberta gov’t to pay for ‘consequences’ of gaps in addiction services

The mayor of Red Deer is calling on the Alberta government to pay for the “consequences” of gaps in addictions…

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