New gallery exhibit sheds light on flu epidemic that killed 4,000 in Alberta

One hundred years ago, a devastating flu swept into Alberta and killed more than 4,000 people. The Spanish flu confounded…

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Alberta farmer donates 10,000 kgs. of root vegetables to food banks

A farmer near Pigeon Lake has donated close to 10,000 kilograms of root vegetables to the Calgary and Edmonton food…

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‘Extensive’ cockroach infestation, poor sanitation closes Edmonton Chinese restaurant

A north Edmonton Chinese food restaurant has been ordered closed after inspectors discovered a slew of health code violations, including…

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Canada Post workers could begin rotating strikes Monday

The Canadian Union of Postal Workers says it has given strike notice to Canada Post that workers could walk off…

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Feral cats contribute to ‘crisis’ for Alberta animal rescue agencies

A feral kitten brought to the Central Alberta Humane Society with a large piece of flesh ripped from its mouth exemplifies…

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Edmonton council to decide whether to continue controversial road de-icing program

Changes to how Edmonton removes snow and ice from city roads, which includes expansion of a pilot project to test the…

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How investor confidence in Canada improved in just one remarkable week

What a difference a week can make. Canada has been in a rut with enticing companies and investors to see the country…

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Edmonton vigil honours missing and murdered Indigenous women

More than 100 people filled a room in Edmonton’s Boyle Street Plaza Thursday night for a vigil honouring missing and…

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Complaints about homeless camps in Edmonton on pace to double

The number of complaints about homeless people camping on parkland is on track to double from two years ago, even…

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Cenovus shares get a lift from crude rail deals

Cenovus Energy Inc. shares increased nearly seven per cent after the oilsands producer said it signed three-year deals with Canada’s…

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