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Observers say emails suggesting a former justice minister hired a political fixer to pull phone logs of a reporter to trace her sources show how Alberta politics have deteriorated.
Homeowners who haven’t locked into fixed contracts for their natural gas and electricity are reporting huge increases in their bills this winter.
The Kingsway branch of Edmonton’s Royal Canadian Legion is fighting to keep its doors open.
‘What’s alarming is, this happens to most of us. It started off with words or with looks and now it’s escalated to physical contact. That’s where the alarm comes from.’
There has been a breakthrough to resolve the impasse at a protest blockade at the United States border in southern Alberta.
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.
The Phase 2 residential parking ban is expected to continue for about four weeks. As of Tuesday, crews have completed 43 per cent of residential areas.
The Edmonton Oilers play at home for the first time in 2022 on Saturday and it’s the first game with the new COVID-19 restrictions in place. What will that look like for fans?