Edmonton wildlife rescue seeks bigger pool for orphaned beaver

Staff at an Edmonton wildlife rehabilitation centre are looking for a bigger pool to keep a resident beaver busy. Sawyer…

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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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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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Alberta won’t try to recoup carbon tax rebates sent in error

Even though the payments were sent in error, the Alberta cabinet has decided not to ask 2,900 households to repay carbon…

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Edmonton exploring how to make public spaces safer for women

Edmonton’s public spaces need to be made safer for women and girls, according to a panel discussion about sexual violence…

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Transgender man upset by blood agency’s screening policy which considers him female

A transgender man is calling for Canadian Blood Services to change its screening policy when dealing with trans donors. Jack…

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Curtis Healy found guilty of 1st-degree murder in rape and beating death of Dawns Baptiste

After about six hours of deliberations and following a failed mistrial application by the defence lawyer, a Calgary jury has found…

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Darnell Nurse ends holdout, signs 2-year deal with Oilers

The Edmonton Oilers have signed Darnell Nurse to a two-year contract, ending a lengthy stalemate with one of their top…

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‘It’s kind of useless’: Edmonton business owner frustrated after store targeted by tagging

An Edmonton business owner is comparing graffiti to peeing on private property after his store was vandalized this weekend. Michael…

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