Canadian meteorologists join in trend of sending pizza to...
One of the few winners in the longest U.S. government shutdown in history might be places like Uncle Joe’s Pizzeria in Anchorage, Alaska, as Canadian air-tra...
'This region is suffering': Fort McMurray, industry go he...
A fiery debate on the future of oilsands camps dragged into Tuesday night in Fort McMurray. The debate will resume again Wednesday afternoon.
Connor McDavid deserves so much better
The Buzzer is CBC Sports' daily newsletter. Get up to speed in a hurry on the interesting stuff happening in sports, including how Peter Chiarelli's failure ...
Tip from Australia leads to child porn charges against ce...
A 34-year-old central Alberta man has been charged with child pornography-related offences after ALERT received a tip from Queensland police in Australia.
Humane society says it will no longer enforce Animal Prot...
The Edmonton Humane Society says it will no longer enforce the Animal Protection Act within city limits after the end of January.
Plans for controversial Icefields Parkway bike path scrapped
Plans for a controversial bike trail that would have traversed a world-famous scenic highway through two of Canada's best-loved national parks have been scra...
Peter Chiarelli inherited a mess he made worse
There are many reasons Peter Chiarelli is no longer the general manager of the Edmonton Oilers. At the top of that list was his inability to build around the...
Telephone town hall for Bighorn Country
Environment and Parks Minister Shannon Phillips is hosting a fourth telephone town hall to consult Albertans on the Bighorn Country proposal.
At $6.7M, UCP nearly doubles NDP in 2018 fundraising
The opposition United Conservative Party raised nearly $6.7 million in donations last year, almost double the amount raised by the governing New Democrats, a...
Remember Alberta's 'lawnmower man'? His iconic tornado ph...
An iconic photograph of an Alberta man casually mowing his lawn while a tornado swirled behind him is now featured in a major motion picture that was just no...
325 'illegal fish' land Alberta men in hot water with RCMP
Two northern Alberta men are facing charges after an attempt to evict them from a home in La Crete led to the discovery of an unauthorized firearm and a pick...
Carjacker offers Albertan her lunch and phone before apol...
Tuesday got off to a rough start for a Blackfalds, Alta., woman on her way to work after her car was stolen at gunpoint in what RCMP say is a week-long crime...
Gun-wielding carjacker offers Albertan her lunch and phon...
Tuesday got off to a rough start for a Springbrook, Alta., woman on her way to work after her car was stolen at gunpoint in what RCMP say is a week-long crim...
Whip out the wok! Kimchi fried rice is on tonight's menu
Chef Meagan Gee grew up in the Commodore restaurant on Jasper Avenue. The Edmonton institution has been in her family since 1942.
Province helps preserve Indigenous languages
A new program at Calgary’s Central Library will make Indigenous resources more accessible and help preserve history, culture and language.
Trudeau Pledges Millions For La Loche School, 3 Years Aft...
LA LOCHE, Sask. — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says $2.2 million will be spent over five years to help people at a northern Saskatchewan school recove...
Wanted Food Service Supervisor for Subway
Calgary, AB Maria De Luna Immigration Services
Home support worker
Etobicoke, ON Jecris Tubigon
Suspect sought in St. Albert shooting
RCMP are investigating a shooting in a north St. Albert neighbourhood Tuesday night.
Man injured in north St. Albert shooting
A man suffered non-life-threatening injuries during a shooting in a north St. Albert neighbourhood Tuesday night.
Movie-theatre popcorn Jason Kenney's pick for Edmonton's ...
United Conservative Party Leader Jason Kenney's favourite snack food is movie theatre popcorn.
Five years later: some anti-tobacco laws in danger of goi...
After five years of languishing, a few key sections of the Alberta Tobacco Reduction Amendment Act will expire at the end of the year.
Women led Alberta's economic recovery in 2018
Female employment in Alberta is rapidly rising, as are average earnings. And today, more Alberta women in their prime working years are participating in the ...
Sister of refugee claimant worries about her looming depo...
The sister of a Eritrean woman being held at the Edmonton Remand Centre for refusing to sign her deportation order worries about her sibling's safety.
Oilers fire GM Peter Chiarelli: reports
Peter Chiarelli has been fired as general manager of the Edmonton Oilers, according to multiple media reports.
Oilers fire GM Peter Chiarelli after 9th loss in past 11 ...
Peter Chiarelli has been fired as general manager of the Edmonton Oilers, according to multiple media reports. The team will hold a news conference at noon ET.
Oilers fire maligned GM Peter Chiarelli: reports
Peter Chiarelli has been fired as general manager of the Edmonton Oilers, according to multiple media reports. The team is holding a news conference now.
Oilers fire maligned Peter Chiarelli; Keith Gretzky named...
Peter Chiarelli has been fired as general manager of the Edmonton Oilers and replaced on an interim basis by Keith Gretzky, who was previously Chiarelli's as...
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Mississauga, ON Popeyes Louisiana Kitchen
Artisan Bread Baker
Edmonton, AB McLennan Ross LLP As an Artisan Bread Baker your primary tasks will include: Crafting handmade artisan products utilizing traditional baking met...
Red Wings hand Oilers 3rd straight loss
Luke Glendening had a pair of goals as the Detroit Red Wings will head into the all-star break with a 3-2 victory over the Edmonton Oilers on Tuesday.
Round dance for Wet'suwet'en occupies downtown Edmonton i...
Rush hour drivers in downtown Edmonton saw an unusual traffic disruption Tuesday afternoon — a protest in a busy intersection.
Edmonton's controversial calcium chloride program to cont...
The city will continue piloting an anti-icing agent on Edmonton streets despite the gaining controversy over the issue.
B.C. files final argument to NEB against Trans Mountain P...
The Government of British Columbia has filed its final argument in the National Energy Board's (NEB) reconsideration of the Trans Mountain Pipeline Expansion...
Last Canadian veteran of deadly WW II raid dies at age 95
Canada's last veteran of a deadly World War II bombing raid has died at age 95.
Man found outside south Edmonton apartment building was s...
The man found dead outside a south Edmonton apartment complex Sunday morning died of a stab wound, an autopsy confirmed Tuesday.
2 people face more charges in horse neglect investigation...
Two people face more charges following a separate animal cruelty investigation into horse neglect west of Edmonton.
'We're just trying to get more awareness'
A yellow-vest convoy of trucks started in Lamont, Alta., then proceeded to Anthony Henday Drive to raise awareness of their pro-pipeline campaign.
Carbon tax funding of major transit projects a 'political...
Jason Kenney says tying public transit funding to Alberta’s carbon tax is a "political gimmick" and he supports two of the main projects, directly contradict...
Alberta's oil production cut weighs on economic forecasts...
The Conference Board of Canada and Scotiabank Economics have both ratcheted back economic growth forecasts for the province in light of the government's deci...
Alberta Suspect Hit School Bus With Stolen Truck, Stole C...
BLACKFALDS, Alta. — Two children were slightly hurt when a truck reported stolen last week collided with a school bus in central Alberta. RCMP say offi...
Military qualify for commercial driver’s licences
The province is making it easier for Canadian Armed Forces members, Regular and Reserve, to find good jobs during and after their service.
Yellow Vest convoy hits the road in Lamont
The sound of revving diesel engines and the smell of exhaust filled the air in Lamont this morning on Highway 831. Yellow Vest convoy supporters hit the road...
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Victoria, BC Sukhjeevanjit Samra
Yellow-vest convoy to Edmonton starts with about two doze...
A small convoy of truckers gathered in Lamont, Alta. Tuesday morning to kick off a travelling pro-pipeline rally that was scheduled to reach Anthony Henday D...
Smaller yellow-vest convoy tours Edmonton ring road with ...
Adorned with Canadian flags and pro-pipeline posters, a convoy of about 60 trucks travelled Anthony Henday Drive in Edmonton Tuesday, the latest in a series ...
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