The 23rd annual Corus Radiothon in support of Edmonton’s Stollery Children’s Hospital broke another record in 2022, raising more than $1.8 million dollars over two days.
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‘What an impact she has had on the world and the legacy she has left for animals,’ AARCS said in an email.
Santas Day in support of 630 CHED Santas Anonymous raised more than $160,000 on Wednesday, which will allow the charity to help 4,000 children.
About 1,200 court cases involving serious crimes are at risk of falling through the cracks because there are not enough prosecutors, the Alberta Crown Attorneys’ Association says.
Edmonton Police Service launched an animal cruelty investigation unit, which it says is the first of its kind in Canada. In 2017, EPS saw about 270 animal cruelty investigations.
Environmental groups were exercising their democratic rights of free speech when they accepted foreign funding for campaigns opposing oilsands development, a public inquiry found.
“I’m so looking forward to it,” Judy Anderson said.
Starting Aug. 6, if drivers don’t see a speed limit sign on Edmonton streets, the default speed limit will be 40 km/h instead of 50 km/h.
In a vote of 7-6, Edmonton city council voted Friday to deactivate the mandatory face covering bylaw on July 1 to align with the province.