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In the week since a coughing incident on an Edmonton Transit bus that led to charges, bus drivers are reporting more incidents. ETS began putting a new security plan in place Wednesday night. Continue reading
Possibly best known for his bass-filled “I’m Bob Layton,” the Edmonton broadcaster got the bug for news when working in the post office and on strike in the 1960s. Continue reading
As the number of cases of COVID-19 continues to rise across Canada, so, too, has anxiety and stress related to the pandemic. Continue reading
A memorial service will be held at the Fallen Four Memorial Park in Mayerthorpe Tuesday evening, for family, friends and members of the public to remember Constables Anthony Gordon, Leo Johnston, Brock Myrol and Peter Schiemann. Continue reading
Several post-secondary institutions in Edmonton, including NAIT and the University of Alberta, are preparing for job cuts in the wake of the provincial budget. Continue reading
Premier Jason Kenney says even with looming changes to physician pay in the province, Alberta’s doctors will still be the best compensated in Canada. Continue reading
When 630 CHED listeners heard the firefighters campout for muscular dystrophy was $5,000 short of its goal, thousands of dollars were donated in minutes. Continue reading
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s government purchased the pipeline and related infrastructure for $4.5 billion in 2018 and construction of the expansion is underway. Continue reading
A few weeks ago, EPSB said it would be one day. Now, it’s five: three PD days and two non-instructional days. Continue reading