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Jack Eichel had a goal and three assists and Ryan O'Reilly scored twice as the Buffalo Sabres earned an easy 5-0 victory over the Edmonton Oilers on Tuesday.
Edmonton is officially vying to host the 2026 men's FIFA men’s World Cup. City council voted Tuesday to be part of the tri-country bid to host the international soccer event, along with Mexico and the United States.
Closing in on less than a year left in its mandate, the Notley NDP government has yet to implement new occupational health and safety regulations intended to make farms a safer place to work.
The 15-year-old was the first witness at the trial of Soleiman Hajj Soleiman, 40, who is facing six counts of sexual assault and six counts of sexual contact with a child.
A Beaumont man is facing two charges under the Traffic Safety Act in the death of a pedestrian last month in the city’s southwest.
The City of Edmonton will review the relevance of current liquor store rules despite accusations from the public that council is pandering to the Katz Group.
The Enoch Cree Hockey Association take 2 golds, 3 silver medals at 2018 Edmonton Minor Hockey Week, becoming the first all-Indigenous team to win a final at the tournament.
Professional wrestling will no longer be subject to a combative sports ban, Edmonton city council decided Tuesday, paving the way for the return of a popular World Wrestling Entertainment event.
A Roman Catholic church in Edmonton's Oliver neighbourhood has been designated a municipal historic resource.
A group of Fort Saskatchewan residents is protesting after receiving water utility bills in the thousands of dollars.
Spending on new housing construction in Alberta increased year-over-year for the first time since April 2015, according to the latest figures from Statistics Canada.
Edmonton police are on the scene of an early morning attempted robbery and shooting in the city's northeast.
An outreach group in a northern Alberta city is taking on the high rate of opioid overdoses with weekly 'naloxone blitzes.'
As an Edmonton toddler recovers from severe injury caused by a misplaced IV line, one expert says this particular complication is not uncommon, and that patients and their parents need to be vigilant in ensuring they receive the care they need in busy hospitals.
The MMIWG inquiry is holding hearings in Yellowknife this week, and Louisa Lafferty will be testifying in private.
The train conductor who was in the locomotive during a 2014 Banff derailment has once again been fired by CP Rail, this time after butting heads with the company over social media pictures and posts.
A 19-year-old babysitter is giving a first-hand account of rescuing two young abused sisters last month from being barricaded in a basement in northeast Edmonton.
An RCMP officer on a routine traffic stop in Banff caught more than he expected on his car's dash camera.
Michael Phair School, a junior high school located in west Edmonton, hosted its official grand opening Monday night.