UCP launches ‘Alberta Strong and Free’ campaign ads

The United Conservative Party launched its first television ads of the 2019 provincial election campaign Monday, with a strong emphasis…

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Cash, drugs, guns recovered in Grande Prairie drug bust

Cash, firearms and more than $600,000 in illegal drugs were seized Tuesday by Grande Prairie RCMP after police were tipped…

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‘Little growth’ expected for Edmonton housing market in 2019

If you’re in the market to buy or sell in Edmonton’s real estate market, your best bet is to be patient.…

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Barbershop targeted with racist graffiti to host anti-racism event

Less than a month after a west Edmonton barber shop was vandalized with racist graffiti, the shop will be hosting a…

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Inmate sentenced for robbery dies at Edmonton Institution

The Correctional Service of Canada says it is investigating the death of 37-year-old inmate at the Edmonton Institution.  Ryan Groothuis…

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Alberta man pays tribute to late grandson with homemade ice machine

With a little scrap metal and a lot of ingenuity, Peter Szmyrko built a homemade ice resurfacer that would rival…

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Areas in northern Alberta under snowfall, extreme cold warnings

Snowfall and extreme cold warnings are in effect for parts of northern Alberta, according to a weather advisory issued Saturday…

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Can Man Dan at it again, collects some 20,000 kilograms of food so far

An Edmonton man, famous for his food bank fundraising drives, is pushing the limits this year and has raised more…

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Jury finds Calgary parents guilty in 2013 death of toddler son

A Calgary jury has found Jennifer and Jeromie Clark guilty of criminal negligence causing death and failure to provide the necessaries of life for the…

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