Jet Contrail Cloud Photo From Alberta Confuses People On ...
A photo of the sky in Airdrie, Alta. is baffling a lot of people on Facebook. The photo, posted to a New Brunswick weather page, shows two clouds seemingly c...
Edmonton's first UFC event boasts 2 title matches, champs...
With a brand-new arena and a large appetite for mixed-martial arts, Edmonton is set to host its first-ever Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) event.
Enhanced airport security measures target personal electr...
If you’re flying out of Edmonton International Airport [EIA] any time soon, be prepared for new security measures for personal electronic devices.
Strathcona County landowners upset about proposed cannabi...
People in Strathcona County are concerned about a proposal to construct a medical marijuana and industrial hemp facility on land near their homes.Canadian Ro...
Connor McDavid disappointed in NHL decision to skip Olympics
Edmonton Oilers captain Connor McDavid says he's disappointed that the NHL won't be sending players to the Winter Olympic in South Korea next year.
Griesbach commemorative plaques recovered, but too damage...
Some of the nearly 20 commemorative plaques stolen from the Griesbach neighbourhood have been recovered after they were recognized Wednesday morning by a loc...
Cougar shot and killed near Willow Park golf course
A cougar has been shot and killed Wednesday morning near the Willow Park golf course. 
What should you see when you Google 'Edmonton?'
What do you see when you Google the word "Edmonton?" Some would say the answer isn't pretty. The first image you'll see when you Google our city is one of th...
New regulations would let cities tax derelict land into s...
New provincial regulations released Monday would allow Edmonton to impose higher taxes on speculators and other commercial property owners who leave land sit...
United Conservative Brian Jean’s budget blueprint ain’t R...
OK, what he’s suggesting is not exactly a walk in the park.
Cougar sighted at Willow Park golf course
Police officers are asking people to avoid the Willow Park golf course area after a cougar was sighted in the area.
Inquiry will probe handling of Arkinstall case
An inquiry will be held into how authorities responded to allegations of perjury and assault involving two Calgary Police Service (CPS) officers. 
Child Caregiver – Private home
Calgary, AB Maria De Luna Immigration Services
CFL Power Rankings: Eskimos do just enough to stay on top
They didn't put in a full 60-minute effort, but Mike Reilly and the Eskimos showed up in time to defeat lowly Hamilton and retain the No. 1 spot in our weekl...
Edmonton Fringe Festival on the hunt for homes to host pe...
Edmonton's Fringe Festival is looking for more volunteer homes to host international artists coming to the city this summer.
MLA Richard Starke can stay a PC in the legislature, Spea...
Vermilion-Lloydminster MLA Richard Starke can continue to call himself a Progressive Conservative under the rules of the legislative assembly, the Speaker’s ...
Wanted Cook for Mikado Restaurant
Calgary, AB Maria De Luna Immigration Services
White Bear First Nation To Get Clean Water After More Tha...
REGINA — Plans are underway to get a Saskatchewan First Nation clean water after more than five years under a drinking water advisory, and to meet a pl...
'They kind of idolized her': Gymnastics coach mourns deat...
A funeral will be held today for Khrystyna Maksymova, a promising young gymnast who died after being pulled from a drainage pond in north Edmonton.
United Conservative Party names house leadership team ...
Opposition MLAs in the new United Conservative Party caucus learned Tuesday who will join interim leader Nathan Cooper in the house leadership team.Cooper an...
Alberta announces $665,000 grant to train Indigenous lang...
The province, looking to increase Indigenous language classes in schools, announced a $665,000 grant to train more teachers Tuesday.Letting Indigenous langua...
Child Caregiver - Private Home - Kamaljit Singh
Calgary, AB Link Canada Immigration Inc.   Title- Child caregiver - private home(4411) Employer- Harleen Gill & Atal Bahadur Job details  Locat...
Oil jumps as U.S. producers pull back, inventories drop
Prices move higher as U.S. producers pull back on drilling and OPEC targets U.S. inventories.
Food Service Supervisor (NOC 6311)
Calgary, AB Papa John's Pizza
United Conservative Brian Jean’s budget blueprint ain’t R...
OK, what he’s suggesting is not exactly a walk in the park.
Searchers scour lake near Fort McMurray for adult male
RCMP and search and rescue teams are scouring a lake south of Fort McMurray searching for an adult male
Searchers scour Gregoire Lake near Fort McMurray for 35-y...
RCMP and search and rescue teams are searching a lake south of Fort McMurray for a missing 35-year-old man.
Edmonton Police Investigate Disappearance Of 15 Metal Pla...
Edmonton police are investigating the theft of metal plaques from a city neighbourhood that honour military heroes and some of the grimmest battles from Cana...
More hiking trails set to reopen
More trails in the Egypt Lake area, Healy Pass, Sunshine Meadows and Sunshine Village are set to open Wednesday while Parks Canada continues to manage the Ve...
City launches internal investigation after 14-year-old gi...
The City of Edmonton will be conducting an internal review of safety around its storm water management facilities following the drowning death of a 14-year-o...
Frog Lake homicide victim identified as 17-year-old boy
Alberta RCMP have identified the victim of a fatal shooting on the Frog Lake First Nation in eastern Alberta as a 17-year-old boy.
Supreme Court to issue landmark rulings on Indigenous rel...
The Supreme Court will deliver two landmark rulings Wednesday that could lead to fundamental changes for Canada's energy sector and its relationship with Ind...
Orders in Council
Orders Approved – July 25, 2017
Alberta health minister pushes for free abortion pill access
Every woman living in Alberta will have universal access to a new medical abortion therapy regardless of whether she has provincial health insurance, Alberta...
Brian Jean offers vague promise to slash government spend...
Brian Jean announced his economic policy Tuesday, promising $2.6 billion in immediate cuts if elected but offering few specifics on which government services...
Exceptional students receive Golden Jubilee Medal
Youth leaders across Alberta received the Queen’s Golden Jubilee Medal in a ceremony hosted by the lieutenant-governor in Edmonton.
Petronas pulls the plug on Canada’s Pacific North West LN...
CALGARY – The Pacific North West LNG project will not be built, the company announced Tuesday.
Vehicle plows through gaggle of geese on road near Innisf...
RCMP are investigating after more than two dozen Canada geese were slaughtered by a vehicle that ran through a gaggle of the birds on a road northeast of Inn...
Poll shows Albertans support protecting K-Country from lo...
A new poll shows high levels of support in Calgary and rural towns for protecting Kananaskis Country, along with strong opposition to logging there.
Twyla Campbell's top 3 picks for Taste of Edmonton 2017
Taste of Edmonton continues to draw the crowds every summer. More than 60 vendors offer their wares, affording event goers access to more than 120 food choices.
UCP interim leader Nathan Cooper says his views on LGBTQ ...
Interim United Conservative Party leader Nathan Cooper says he has renounced views he held on LGBTQ issues when he worked a decade ago for a conservative gro...
'Senseless and disrespectful crime': Commemorative plaque...
More than a dozen metal commemorative plaques honouring some of Canada’s most decorated soldiers and most famous battles have been stolen off the streets in ...
Climate lawsuits against energy giants will have 'difficu...
A new series of lawsuits may have a tough time proving major energy companies helped cause and cover up climate change — but they have a better chance now th...
Central Alberta food processors expand and grow
Tiras Dairies is one of five central Alberta food processors growing their businesses with the help of government investment. 
Emergency crews called after early morning break-in at Me...
Fire crews and police were called to Mercer Tavern early Tuesday morning, after someone allegedly broke in, stole bottles of alcohol, and left the stoves on.
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Farming Smarter needs volunteers to barbecue, sell ice cream, cook corn and interact with the public for Open Farm Days at our research site. This is our sec...
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