UCP members ‘at risk for identity theft’ after laptop stolen, expert says

The United Conservative Party’s privacy policies are being questioned after a party laptop was stolen out of an employee’s car…

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Artist devises satirical scheme to ‘adopt’ Alberta’s orphaned wells

Alana Bartol is hoping to find caregivers for hundreds of Alberta orphans, but these charges are not children. They are…

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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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One man dead, 2 hurt in explosion at Nisku welding shop

A man in his 40s was killed and two other men were seriously injured in an explosion inside a welding shop…

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Economic bust: Fort McMurray’s new normal

Taking the Pulse is a series from CBC News examining how Albertans are coping with today’s economic conditions. On a…

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UCP raised $500K more than NDP in last quarter, figures show

The United Conservative Party continues to win Alberta’s political fundraising sweepstakes, outperforming the governing NDP by about $500,000 in the…

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Edmonton woman upset after school bus strands granddaughter for more than an hour

An Edmonton woman is complaining after her granddaughter waited more than an hour for a school bus on Tuesday morning.…

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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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Downtown core could see more liquor stores if city council gets its way

Liquor store owners are asking city councillors to take a sober second look at a city report recommending council do away with a…

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