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3 hrs ago | Journal of Commerce
Capital Power and ENMAX are planning to join forces to develop, construct, own and operate a natural-gas fired generation facility west of Edmonton, Alberta.
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7 hrs ago | CBC News
Edmonton-Manning MLA Peter Sandhu was cleared by Alberta's ethics commissioner following a CBC investigation involving unreported liabilities and improper lobbying.
9 hrs ago | Edmonton Journal
9 hrs ago | CBC News
Lynn Redford, the sister of Alberta Premier Alison Redford, was the lone Alberta Health Services executive out of 99 who declined to accept a controversial performance bonus related to the firing of the entire AHS board of directors, CBC News has learned.
12 hrs ago | Examiner.com
According to a news update posted Dec. 10 on the band's Facebook official website, the legendary British prog-rockers will journey to the Great White North for a 10-city cross-Canada trek in March.
15 hrs ago | CBC News
Hezza, dugga, bodum, fam: the conversations released in the latest surveillance report are laced with drug lingo and street slang the police do often not decode.
18 hrs ago | Free Republic
Police in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, this weekend unveiled official hijab-style headscarves approved for use by female Muslim officers, in a move that has revealed a growing split in attitudes towards the wearing of religious symbols across the country.
"I like to do things that terrify me," the pianist-singer admitted recently, recalling the moment she sang a 'tweener set at the Canmore Folk Festival for about 5,000 people.
Construction and renovations for NorQuest College in Edmonton are slated for next year.
A teenager in Fort McMurray has been sentenced to life in prison for second-degree murder of a woman and aggravated assault of a child.
A fresh cutblock up the is shown near Grande Cache, Alberta. A moratorium was placed on new energy development on the Little Smoky range.
Following several weeks of controversy involving the Alberta foster care system, a traditional aboriginal ceremony aimed at improving family communication and planning has been gaining popularity.
Dan Johnstone, AKA "Can Man Dan", is camping out for the third year in a row to raise money for the Edmonton Food Bank.