Edmonton teen admits to role in killing of Mac’s store clerk

A 16-year old Edmonton boy pleaded guilty to manslaughter Monday for his role in the killing of a Mac’s convenience…

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Canada Post workers might strike at midnight if deal not reached

The Canadian Union of Postal Workers (CUPW) says it’s ready to strike just after midnight if a last-minute deal with…

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Singer k.d. lang, 7 others to receive Alberta Order of Excellence

Iconic singer-songwriter k.d. lang and seven other prominent Albertans will receive the province’s highest honour Thursday afternoon in Edmonton. Lt.-Gov.…

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Edmonton school, Salvadoran church celebrate Oscar Romero’s sainthood

Pope Francis canonized seven new saints over the weekend — one of which has a special connection to an Edmonton…

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Trend of low potency products expected in legal recreational cannabis market

As recreational marijuana legalization looms, some industry insiders are predicting a hot niche in the market for less potent products.…

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Man behind ‘Still in Edmonton’ catchphrase moves to Saskatchewan, expands brand

Brandon Webber, the man behind the tongue-in-cheek catchphrase Still in Edmonton, has moved to Saskatchewan but  says he’s not ready to…

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Driver, 27, killed while fleeing from Edmonton police

A 27-year-old man fleeing from Edmonton police was killed late Sunday when the truck he was driving hit a light…

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Curtis Zablocki new Alberta RCMP commanding officer, leaving Saskatchewan

Alberta has a new top Mountie. Alberta Justice says Assistant Commissioner Curtis Zablocki has been appointed the RCMP commanding officer…

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Health inspection closes downtown Edmonton restaurant for second time

A downtown Edmonton Chinese food restaurant has been shut down for the second time in three weeks, after health inspectors…

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Kaleido festival at heart of transformation along 118th Avenue

This weekend, Christy Morin is juggling. And juggling, and juggling some more. The Kaleido Family Arts Festival producer is ensuring…

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