Canadian military says doubling of sex assault reports a sign of progress

The Canadian Forces say a dramatic increase in the number of sexual assault reports last year is proof that efforts…

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Performance artist transforms himself into Gretzky, stages wedding re-enactment

Wayne Gretzky’s nuptials were the closest Edmonton has ever come to a royal wedding. Thirty years later, Thierry Marceau couldn’t resist…

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Notley disputes Kenney’s accusation that she was too slow to fight anti-pipeline bills

Alberta Premier Rachel Notley is rejecting accusations she dropped the ball by waiting too long to publicly take on the…

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Journalism’s budding new beat: Cannabis reporter

Even in the heyday of cigarettes, when people still smoked in their offices, you wouldn’t expect to open a newspaper and…

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Edmonton AM busts a gut with sushi-eating showdown

The secret to speed-eating an entire plate of sushi? It’s all about your chewing technique. Avoiding the post-meal fish sweats…

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We explain how Canada reports air pollution and what it means for your health

Health officials in British Columbia and beyond are demystifying what the air quality health index (AQHI) means as much of…

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Suncor restarting Edmonton refinery after power outage stalls production

Suncor Energy Inc. says it is in the process of restarting production at its Edmonton refinery after it was knocked…

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