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Hundreds of Mounties, municipal police officers and provincial sheriffs will hit the highways this weekend to conduct checkstops looking for impaired drivers.
Fri, 2 Dec 2016 19:37:21 EST(image)
Many people who are victims of labour exploitation in Edmonton came to Canada through the Temporary Foreign Worker Program, a new report from ACT Alberta says.
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A proposed donation of $150,000 from the Katz Group to the Central McDougall community league is helping pave the way for a controversial parking lot application.
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An Edmonton businessman has been sentenced to seven years in prison on 33 counts of fraud. Vimal Iyer's scam involved promoting and selling interests in three land developments northeast of Edmonton through his company, Trident Properties.
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A former investment adviser from Red Deer has agreed to a $500,000 fine after admitting he solicited nearly $700,000 from clients for “attractive investment opportunities” but put the money directly into his own bank account.
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Firefighters were on their way to a fire, when their fire truck collided with an SUV at the intersection of Dahl Drive and Highway 43. The woman in the SUV was pronounced dead at the scene.
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On Thursday’s At Issue panel on The National, members of Parliament read some of the hateful messages they’ve received on social media and the panel discusses the ramifications.
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Demand for free 2017 passes to Canada's national parks has swamped the Parks Canada's website.
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Natural Resources Minister Jim Carr says his comments about the possible use of "defence forces" or police during future protests over pipeline projects approved this week by Ottawa weren't meant to be read as a threat.
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A child psychiatrist who filmed a boy in a public washroom at West Edmonton Mall pleaded guilty to a string of child pornography charges, according to a published report in Australia.
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The Christmas office party. Mere mention of the annual party conjures images of drunken people dancing on tables.
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Canada's jobless rate dipped in November to 6.8 per cent, as the economy created 10,700 jobs and fewer people looked for work, Statistics Canada says.
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The average person spends a year over their lifetime looking for things they've lost. But for Floyd Soloway, it took 40 years to finally find what's most precious to him: a baby girl he only ever knew as Lawanda.
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The RCMP officer who fired the shot that killed Lance Cutarm near Pigeon Lake three years ago told a fatality inquiry he pulled the trigger because he thought he was going to be killed.
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The need for safe injection sites for intravenous drug users will be put before city council's community and public services committee on Monday.