Edmonton council puts river valley solar farm proposal on...
Edmonton city council passed a motion Wednesday evening directing administration to work with Epcor water and the Enoch Cree Nation to continue engagement an...
Edmontonians chase volunteer dream on hospital ship off G...
Two Edmontonians volunteered in the sterile processing department on a recent Mercy Ships mission in the west African country of Guinea.
Girl, 15, charged with manslaughter, arson after fatal tr...
A 15-year-old girl has been charged with manslaughter and arson with disregard for human life after a fatal trailer fire in April on the Swan River reserve n...
Orders in council
Orders Approved – June 18, 2019
Update 22: Northwest Alberta wildfires (June 19 at 4 p.m.)
Residents of the Paddle Prairie Metis Settlement return home Thursday afternoon.
Ensuring fairness for newcomers | Mesures d’équité pour l...
Bill 11, the Fair Registration Practices Act , will help newcomers get their credentials recognized, so they can quickly get to work in their fields to help ...
Rainfall warning issued for Edmonton, much of west-centra...
Rain, rain and more rain is in the forecast as Environment Canada issues warnings.
Andrew Scheer unveils climate plan promising 'green techn...
Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer unveiled a plan for the environment Wednesday that he says will meet Canada's emissions reduction targets while eliminating...
Thousands of residents evacuated in northern Alberta coun...
While central Alberta is under a rainfall warning, thousands of people in Mackenzie County in northern Alberta are being evacuated from their homes in face o...
Alberta bill aims to speed up accreditation of foreign-tr...
Bill 11, the Fair Registration Practices Act, was created after the United Conservative Party heard from people who trained as professionals and tradespeople...
Longer public land tenure to boost tourism growth
The ability to extend tourism and commercial recreation operators’ leases on public land up to 60 years will help Alberta’s tourism industry thrive.
'No magic bullet:' city considering options for improved ...
Edmontonians may see better snow and ice control on neighbourhood roads this winter, with wider driving lanes and partial parking bans.
Pod of pelicans establish 'freewheeling' colony on Edmont...
Edmonton is infamously known as the magpie capital of Canada but a bird of a different feather is flocking to the city.
Pod of pelicans establishes 'freewheeling' colony on Edmo...
Edmonton is infamously known as the magpie capital of Canada but a bird of a different feather is flocking to the city.
Shake and bake your way to a simple Greek supper
Chef Theo Psalios takes a cue from his Greek heritage and creates a quick and satisfying souvlaki-inspired meal.
Amber alert issued for 7-month old boy abducted from nort...
An amber alert has been issued for a seven-month old boy abducted from his northern Alberta home. 
Alberta RCMP cancel Amber Alert for 7-month-old boy
An Amber Alert has been cancelled for a seven-month-old boy believed to have been abducted Wednesday morning from his northern Alberta home. 
D&D in a Castle: Edmonton woman becomes 'dungeon master' ...
Tara Rout is the mastermind behind D&D in a Castle, an all-inclusive vacation welcoming guests to play Dungeons & Dragons over four days in fortresses and ma...
Snowfall warning in effect near Jasper National Park
It's just days before the summer solstice but snow is still falling in parts of B.C. and western Alberta.
5 Things To Know In Business Today: Worst May On Record F...
House prices down in Vancouver, up in Toronto The Teranet-National Bank house price index clocked an increase of 0.5 per cent in May, the worst performance e...
1 day after Trans Mountain approval, Bill Morneau stops i...
Watch live as the federal finance minister will speak to a largely business crowd in downtown Calgary for an Economic Club of Canada breakfast.
Bill Morneau tells Calgary crowd he understands anxiety o...
With a pro-oil protest humming outside, Federal Finance Minister Bill Morneau told a Calgary business crowd on Wednesday that he understands how the shift to...
Northern Alberta Wildfire Forces Thousands To Flee Their ...
HIGH LEVEL, Alta. — Advancing flames of a wildfire have forced the evacuation of the hamlet of La Crete in northern Alberta . “The wildfire is ad...
Without warning, construction disrupts mail service in Sp...
Postal workers are avoiding parts of Spruce Avenue in Edmonton during planned construction. But residents say no one told them.
Alberta motorcyclist dead after colliding with deer on No...
A 49-year-old man from Alberta is dead after he struck a deer on Nova Scotia Highway 103 near the Ingramport exit.
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Trans Mountain approval eases oilpatch angst, for now
The federal government gave a second approval to the twinning of the Trans Mountain pipeline project. Still, many in the oilpatch are anxious to see pipes pu...
Why Trudeau's Trans Mountain do-over might need Indigenou...
That the federal cabinet would (again) approve the proposed expansion of the Trans-Mountain pipeline expansion was never really in any doubt.
How climate change is thawing the 'glue that holds the no...
As the Arctic warms three times as fast as anywhere else in the world, permafrost - which forms the foundation under much of the North's communities and road...
Alberta privacy commissioner shares guide on GSA disclosure
In a rare move, Alberta’s privacy commissioner has weighed in on a pending piece of legislation, providing school boards with a guide on when it’s reasonable...
'Skunk in the trunk': Edmonton police campaign focuses on...
A new Edmonton police campaign is focused on reducing fines and charges laid against drivers who don't stash their cannabis products in the trunk.
Pride divided: Communities splintered, leadership under p...
Edmonton resident Phillip Goncalves says he couldn't sit idly by as local Pride organizers cancelled this year's parade amid conflicts over inclusivity.
Like it or not, Trans Mountain is what a pipeline 'compro...
The decision to proceed with the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion project was never going to make a lot of people happy. It's hard to see where Prime Minist...
Pregnant woman given probation for dangerous driving caus...
A woman who caused a highway crash that killed a teenage girl was sentenced to a three-year probation period instead of jail time Tuesday, because the judge ...
Update 21: Northwest Alberta wildfires (June 18 at 5 p.m.)
Several communities evacuated due to active fires.
Oilpatch pushes for construction to start immediately on ...
The federal cabinet approved the controversial pipeline expansion on Tuesday, but challenges remain before the project, now owned by the Crown, moves forward.
Edmonton lifts affordable-housing moratorium in core neig...
Edmonton city council has lifted a moratorium on affordable housing in five neighbourhoods, convinced that a new policy and approach will ensure non-market p...
TMX decision: Statement from Premier Kenney
Premier Jason Kenney issued the following statement regarding approval of the Trans Mountain Pipeline expansion project:
Alberta government reacts to Trans Mountain Pipeline expa...
Alberta Premier Jason Kenney and Energy Minister Sonya Savage are set to comment on today’s decision by the federal government regarding the Trans Mountain P...
B.C. premier disappointed by approval of Trans Mountain e...
John Horgan added that Ottawa has the authority to give the greenlight, and he’ll focus on making sure B.C. can protect its territory from the impact of a sp...
Trudeau cabinet approves Trans Mountain expansion project
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and his cabinet have again approved the Trans Mountain expansion project, a crucial next step for the much-delayed pipeline pro...
Edmonton murder trial hears child found outside church ha...
A doctor who performed an autopsy on a toddler found dead outside an Edmonton church says the child suffered from serious head trauma.
Not a hair out of place: Gender-neutral pricing comes to ...
A growing number of salons in Edmonton are making a point to offer prices based on style of cut, rather than the client's gender.
Alberta premier cautious in evaluation of TMX approval
Alberta Premier Jason Kenney is happy the federal government approved the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion but said it’s still too early for jubilation.
Edmonton man sentenced to 26 years in U.S. for role in su...
An Edmonton man has been sentenced to 26 years in U.S. prison for supporting a group of jihadists who committed a 2009 suicide attack that killed five Americ...
MP Michael Cooper disparaged 'goat herder cultures' in 20...
Conservative MP Michael Cooper made comments deriding "goat herder cultures" during a discussion about Islam's compatibility with Canadian democracy when he ...
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