ALERT says it will no longer be able to house the Safer Communities and Neighbourhoods team. Here’s a look at what the team did in 2014-2015.
Senior News Producer
Deb Zinck began her career at Global Maritimes, spending 13 years as a reporter, anchor and producer before joining the team at Global Edmonton in 2008.
Deb is a proud graduate of the Bachelor of Journalism (Honours) program at the University of King’s College in Halifax.
What started as a shoplifting call to Edmonton police early Thursday morning turned into a crime spree that stretched across the city.
Edmonton city council has passed the operating budget for 2016, 2017, and 2018, with tax hikes that are lower than originally proposed.
Farmers and ranchers will converge once again on the Alberta Legislature this afternoon as they continue to fight the government’s plans to pass Bill 6 before the end of the year.
RCMP in are investigating a complaint of a man carrying what looked like a handgun, while walking near a middle school on Tuesday.
Travis Vader’s lawyer is arguing murder charges against Vader should be dropped because of the prosecution’s handling of the case.
The Antonov AN-124 was in town for just a couple of hours, arriving empty from Zurich, and leaving a short time later with a 50-tonne piece of oilfield equipment.
“I think I speak for all of us, that we were…sad to lose you from this team,” said the mayor, “but great to see you get called up to the majors.”
A rally against the NDP government’s farm safety bill is set to begin at the Alberta legislature at noon.
Some Fort Saskatchewan home owners are considering legal action as they struggle with mysterious spikes in their municipal water bills.
Albertans held their wallets a little closer in September, with new figures from Statistics Canada showing retail sales dropped by 1.1 per cent compared to August.
The Alberta government is cancelling a contract to build a continuing care facility in Fort McMurray, to move the project to another location – one the municipality and seniors have been asking for all along.
The latest figures on employment insurance benefits paint a stark picture of the struggles now facing Alberta’s workforce.
For Gail Millard, the stories are heart wrenching. Every day, she gets emails from Syrians desperate to escape to safety in Canada.
RCMP are asking for the public’s help after a 14-year-old boy described having a gun pulled on him while walking to school in Spruce Grove.