Canada, First Nations express concern over U.S. Arctic drilling plans

The Canadian government, two territories and several First Nations are expressing concerns to the United States over plans to open…

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‘You will be a lonely old woman’: Client testifies Edmonton matchmaking consultant played on insecurities

When Val Taylor met with Edmonton Matchmakers, she says the dating consultant suggested her weight was the reason she hadn’t…

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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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Omar Khadr’s request for eased bail conditions denied by judge

An Edmonton judge has denied former Guantanamo Bay detainee Omar Khadr’s request to have his bail conditions eased. There’s no evidence of hardship or…

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Campfires and cannabis: Parks Canada says it’s OK to smoke pot at campsites

Campers heading out to one of Canada’s national parks can start adding cannabis to their kit. Parks Canada confirmed this week…

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24-hour jam session: Edmonton band raising money for cancer patients with marathon concert

An Edmonton band is putting on a marathon concert, rocking out for 24 hours straight. It’s an exhausting feat, but…

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Anti-abortion groups helping with UCP nominations, but candidates not talking

Two groups working to get anti-abortion United Conservative Party candidates nominated for next year’s provincial election are not talking about who…

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Sherwood Park concert to celebrate life of Luke Jansen and music community he loved

Music was one of Luke Jansen’s many passions. He played the baritone saxophone as a youngster, then became a member of the…

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‘The best way to sacrifice is to break their neck’: Bizarre testimony in first-degree murder trial

Testimony at the Tyrell Perron first-degree murder trial on Thursday focused on the love life of the 14-year old victim.…

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