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An electrician who was killed at Suncor Energy's Fort McMurray site on Sunday has been identified by his family as Shane Daye, 27. In a statement released to the media on Wednesday, Christie Daye described her brother as a "positive and outgoing force" in her family's life.
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The Northern Alberta Child Exploitation team executed a warrant after receiving tips from both Ottawa and the United States Department of Homeland Security.
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These bighorn sheep's horns, found two weeks ago near Hinton, Alta., may be the biggest set ever.
Jobs Minister Thomas Lukaszuk interfered politically in the processing any FOIP requests that could hurt his government, say the Wildrose opposition.
Kieran Porter leaves the Edmonton courthouse on the first day of his trial on charges of careless driving and failing to remain at the scene of a collision in the death of Good Samaritan Andrew Green.
A parking lot in west Edmonton was cordoned off with police tape Tuesday morning as homicide detectives investigated the suspicious death of a man.
With a population of more than 450,000, Iquitos, Peru, is the largest city in the world that can't be reached by road.
Matthew de Grood, accused of stabbing five people to death at a Calgary party last week, is set for a court hearing Tuesday.
Mei Hung chairs the Chinese Benevolent Association. Her group wants the Harbin Gate moved to Jasper Avenue and 97th Street.
The federal government said Monday it is investigating a Saskatchewan restaurant where two long-serving waitresses say they and two others recently lost their jobs to temporary foreign workers.
It took several hours, but firefighters and animal control officers were able to save a dog that had wandered onto the thin ice of a man-made lake in north east Edmonton Monday.
Health officials in Edmonton are warning passengers who arrived in the city on a flight from Vancouver this month that they may have been exposed to measles.
The event, known as 4/20, takes place every year on April 20 at about 4:20 p.m. as part of worldwide demonstrations for the legalization of marijuana.