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Edmonton police allege that three drug dealers trying to drum up business were handing out cocaine samples to young people.
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The appeal courts in Alberta could become jammed if the province doesn't drastically increase the underfunded Legal Aid system, says the Calgary-based Criminal Defence Lawyers Association.
11 hrs ago | Edmonton Journal
There's a reason farm-to-fork meals taste so amazing. For one thing, the food is fresh.
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TransLink is warning passengers to make other transportation arrangements after SkyTrain has been shut down on the Expo and Millennium lines, due to a technical problem.
18 hrs ago | Edmonton Journal
To watch her jump on the bed or wrestle with her sister, Abigail Fraser is the picture of happy, active, slightly misbehaved three-year-old girl.
21 hrs ago | Earth Times
The tailings ponds, the atmosphere, the slash and burn approach to forests are all part of the problem, but what stands out in Northern Alberta is the attitude to local communities and the lack of study into the effects on their health; Tar sands image ; Credit: A© Shutterstock Close to the massive spread of tar sand extraction near Fort ... (more)
The province is being called on to toughen its employment safety standards in the aftermath of a workplace incident that killed a 15-year-old Albertan on Saturday.
The Alberta Federation of Labour hopes the death of a teen at a work site will prompt change in youth labour laws.
The elite dancers of Danzas Folkloricas Manzanillo have come a remarkably long way - both geographically and emotionally - to tour Alberta.
About 400 residents are waiting to find out what happened after they were forced from their homes early Monday after fire destroyed a west Edmonton condominium complex.
The West Coast developer that purchased a beleaguered south Brandon trailer park last year -- pushing residents off the property to make way for new residential development -- breached the purchase agreement, the owner says, and the deal has been scrapped.
Rev. Mervin Gallant and professional clown Christine Lesiak take time out from clowning during a workshop at the St. Albert United Church Wednesday.
The Kinney family is building what is believed to be Alberta's first earthship on rural land near Lethbridge.
Bruises, a torn jacket, and the best travel story ever: that's what a tourist from Demark will be be taking home, after being bitten by a bear in Canmore, a town approximately 81 km west of Calgary.
Updated: Tue Jul 22, 2014 11:33 pm
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