Alberta driver examiners stop working to protest deprivatization

Albertans wanting to take a driving test this week may have to wait. Some driving examiners stopped working Thursday in protest…

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Black plume from refinery flare near Edmonton was no hazard: government

Alberta Environment says a 12-hour refinery flare that left a black plume visible for kilometres over Edmonton’s easternskyline didn’t create…

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Edmonton properties slip in assessed value, city figures show

The majority of homeowners in Edmonton saw a dip in the value of their property last year, according to the city’s assessment…

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Oilers acquire 3 new defencemen in pair of trades

The Edmonton Oilers acquired three new defencemen, including one Connor McDavid once called “classless,” while swapping out two blue-liners and…

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OHS gets inside Nisku welding shop after deadly blast

Occupational Health and Safety officials have gained access to a welding shop south of Edmonton where an explosion Thursday killed…

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Demise of provincial funding program leaving ‘gaping holes’ in capital budgets, AUMA says

With the program the province uses to fund local building projects across Alberta coming to an end, cities and towns are worried the uncertainty…

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Edmonton exploring how to make public spaces safer for women

Edmonton’s public spaces need to be made safer for women and girls, according to a panel discussion about sexual violence…

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Three people taken to hospital after three-vehicle collision near Grassland, Alta.

Three people were taken to hospital Monday after a multi-vehicle collision five kilometres west of Grassland, Alta. Two semi trucks and…

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