Seafood and meat truck that drove from Edmonton to Inuvik drawing big crowds

Monday was Greg Wade’s first day in Inuvik with his High Arctic Seafoods and Steaks Ltd. van, and he already…

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Why an Edmontonian drives his Lamborghini in the middle of winter

Most car enthusiasts park their sports cars for the winter to avoid the ice, salt and debris. Edmonton’s Oren Zamir…

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Citadel Theatre releases plan to deal with harassment, bullying

A new report from the Citadel Theatre highlights its plan to address workplace bullying and harassment after several allegations against the…

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Boozeless parties? Alberta women launch groups for sober fun

Kira Dunlop says she can’t count the number of times she’s been called boring. She stopped drinking this past year but…

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‘A pretty bold statement’: Albertans embark on motorcycle trek on ice road for good causes

A group of bikers is embarking on a what’s sure to be a chilly journey Thursday morning, riding their motorcycles down an…

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Does the wind chill have value? No, say some northerners

“Nothing rustles my jimmies more than wind chill,” says Wade Thoraug, a new transplant to Nunavut who describes himself as a…

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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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100 years ago, a train carrying Spanish flu pulled into Calgary. Within weeks, Alberta was in crisis

Exactly one century ago, the Spanish flu was sweeping through Alberta, and Edna Traunweiser felt she had to do something to help.…

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‘I feel cheated’: Telco customer set to speak on Day 1 of CRTC hearing into misleading sales practices

Shawn Ahmed says he knew he wanted to participate, as soon as he learned the CRTC asked to hear, in person, from…

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