Toronto joins Auckland, Brisbane, Guadalajara, Munich, San Diego, Taipei and Valencia as cities vying to host the quadrennial event.
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Alberta-born country star Brett Kissel will host a unique drive-in style concert at the River Cree Resort and Casino on Saturday, June 13 to raise money for Alberta Food Banks.
On Saturday night, the Edmonton Rage and Calgary Pioneers will be fighting for a win on the ice in first battle of Alberta between the province’s first two LGBTQ hockey teams.
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Global News has confirmed Brazilian soccer legend and two-time World Cup champion Ronaldo will travel to Alberta’s capital as part of an international friendly on July 20 between Real Valladolid and Cardiff City.
Edmonton is set to host an international friendly between Cardiff City and Real Valladolid in July.
Santa took some time out of his busy schedule to visit kids at the Stollery Children’s Hospital in Edmonton, with some help from the 408 Squadron.
Andrew Ference teamed up with Free Footie founder Tim Adams and Pride Tape to deliver hockey sticks to some excited kids Thursday and to launch Free Hockey.
Canadian soccer star Stephanie Labbé has been rewarded a trip to Europe to take in one of the biggest soccer games of the year, the UEFA Champions League Finals.
Greg Clark will not enter the Alberta Party leadership race after stepping down in November.
The Canadian Finals Rodeo needs a new home and both the City of Saskatoon and the City of Red Deer are interested.
Mayor Don Iveson wants the Edmonton Eskimos to consider changing their team name at the conclusion of the CFL playoffs.
The empire has risen. On Wednesday, the Edmonton Eskimos unveiled their new brand in a 40-second video that was shot at Commonwealth Stadium.
A lot has happened in just two years of the McDavid era in Oilers history: the Art Ross Trophy, a brand new downtown arena, the team making the playoffs and the birth of the “Orange Crush.”
What started as a way to think outside the box, has turned into an all-access pass into the lives of student-athletes at the University of Alberta.