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3 hrs ago | Edmonton Journal
Amputee Chris Cederstrand wants to raise enough money for a high-tech leg that will allow him to pursue his dream of being a re ghter.
4 hrs ago | Brandon Sun
A Canadian CF-18 fighter takes off from CFB Trenton in Trenton. Ont. Thursday October 11, 2001.
7 hrs ago | AutoWeek
Just three weeks from now, hundreds of old cars from a cache based in the town of Spruce Grove, Alberta, will be going up for auction.
9 hrs ago | CBC News
A spray containing a potent form of garlic is being tested as a mosquito repellent in Leduc, south of Edmonton.
Twenty-one activists in Utah were arrested Monday after they chained themselves to fences and equipment at a site planned to become the first to mine tar sands in the United States.
PC leadership candidate Ric McIver has committed to investing $20 million of taxpayers' dollars into high-speed Internet infrastructure for rural Alberta communities if he becomes premier this fall.
Border officers seized this loaded .40 calibre pistol at the port of Carway on July 20. An Ohio man is facing charges.
Brent Nicols believes that the design for one of Alberta's potential new licence plates illustrates not Alberta, but Sweetgrass Hills in Montana.
Edmonton police allege that three drug dealers trying to drum up business were handing out cocaine samples to young people.
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.
There's a reason farm-to-fork meals taste so amazing. For one thing, the food is fresh.
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.
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.
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)
Updated: Thu Jul 24, 2014 01:44 pm
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