Alberta couple turn their garage into ‘awesome’ vintage arcade

While residential garages are generally home to cars, trucks and household junk, one Edmonton area couple has turned theirs into a…

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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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How a Fort McMurray YouTuber eliminated $30K in debt in a year

Last year was a big one for Jeff Batchelor. Not only did pay off $30,000 worth of debt in a year,…

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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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Alberta Premier Rachel Notley to speak at petrochemical plant

Alberta Premier Rachel Notley will visit a petrochemical project outside Edmonton to tout some of big things happening in the industry.…

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Edmonton shelters, drop-in centres packed as freezing temperatures return

Homeless shelters are filling up and agencies are running out of warm clothing donations as Edmonton grapples with freezing temperatures…

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Unruly passenger forces WestJet flight to U.K. to return to Calgary

A WestJet flight headed from Calgary to London, England, was forced to turn back soon after takeoff Friday evening after…

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Syncrude fined $2.75M in deaths of 31 great blue herons

Syncrude will pay a fine of $2.75 million after pleading guilty to federal and provincial charges in relation to the deaths…

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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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Edmonton community rallies in solidarity with protesters in Sudan

About a hundred demonstrators gathered in Churchill Square on Sunday to show support for anti-government protesters in Sudan. Demonstrations spread across the…

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