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COVID-19: Hinshaw asks Albertans to continue to co-operate with contact tracers

Article content A “small but significant increase” in people not answering the phone or returning calls to COVID-19 contact tracers has Alberta’s chief medical officer...

Bradley Barton trial: Crown, defence give drastically different explanations for Cindy Gladue's death in closing statements

Breadcrumb Trail Links Local News Crime Author of the article: Jonny Wakefield Publishing date: Feb 18, 2021  •  4 days ago  •  4 minute read A courtroom sketch of Bradley Barton, taken...

Edmonton councillors endorse wildlife feeding restrictions on private and public property to reduce coyote interactions

Article content Edmontonians could soon face a fine for feeding wildlife on public and private property after councillors endorsed a new bylaw Wednesday. The bylaw, first...

Justice Centre suing federal government over requirement for travellers to quarantine at designated hotels

Breadcrumb Trail Links Politics Local News Business Author of the article: Jeff Labine Publishing date: Feb 17, 2021  •  4 days ago  •  2 minute read Prime Minister Justin Trudeau holds a COVID-19...

Edmonton LRT to face system-wide service closures next week as long-awaited Metro Line signalling system moves closer to completion

Article content Edmonton’s LRT network will see several service disruptions from Feb. 25-28 as a long-awaited signalling system for the Metro Line nears completion. Testing and...

Edmonton weather: From extreme cold to t-shirt weather — gotta love Alberta

Article content A look at today’s Edmonton weather by Environment Canada. Wednesday morning temperatures at the Edmonton Blatchford station measured -21.8 C with 5 km/h winds out of...

Elise Stolte: Alberta's silence on COVID-19 vaccine logistics is causing yet more pain

Breadcrumb Trail Links Local News Groundwork Columnists Author of the article: Elise Stolte Publishing date: Feb 17, 2021  •  5 days ago  •  4 minute read Gayl and Jim Lepp, are eager to...

COVID-19: Hinshaw calls growing number of variant cases not connected to travel ‘concerning’

Article content The growing number of COVID-19 variant cases in Alberta not linked to travel is concerning, the province’s chief medical officer of health said...

After homeless evicted from LRT station in cold snap, advocate says police need compassion training, public apology necessary

Breadcrumb Trail Links Local News "In light of the extreme cold we've been experiencing as of late, it's heartbreaking and it's frustrating to watch," Iveson said Author...

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