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An Alberta man facing extradition to the U.S. is accused of robbing a jewelry store in Edmonton to finance terrorist activities of relatives and a friend who fought overseas with ISIS.
An Edmonton man who frequently babysat two young children is facing nine criminal charges for allegedly sexually assaulting them.
Alberta failed to gain all-party support for the Trans Mountain pipeline, after drawing a diplomatic line in the sand at the western premiers conference in Yellowknife.
A putrid flower said to smell like death itself is ready to bloom at Edmonton’s Muttart Conservatory.
The Regional Municipality of Wood Buffalo adopted a new emergency management bylaw Tuesday evening with the hope it will put the municipality in a better position for future disasters.
Alberta is the first province to update its building code to allow for wireless electricity control in new residential construction and held an event Tuesday to showcase the change.
Edmonton is on track for a record-breaking afternoon Wednesday as sweltering temperatures continue to bring heat across Alberta.
The price of the North American oil benchmark briefly touched $72 US a barrel late Tuesday despite the OPEC oil cartel publicly mulling boosting supply as soon as next month.
Just over a week remains until the May 31 deadline for abandoning Kinder Morgan Canada's Trans Mountain pipeline expansion, and no suitors have publicly emerged to step into the builder's shoes.
The Senate has bowed to the will of the Trudeau government on an omnibus transportation modernization bill.
As western premiers met in Yellowknife to discuss pharmacare, infrastructure, justice and community safety, the dispute over Kinder Morgan's Trans Mountain pipeline still loomed large.
As the warm, sunny weather sets in, Dr. Raj Bhardwaj is encouraging people to better protect against sun damage with these tips.
A leading Calgary legal expert says B.C.'s lawsuit against Alberta over its threat to turn off the petroleum taps could find Rachel Notley's government on thin constitutional ice.
In August 2010, Jerzy Michalak was enjoying a Saturday night at the Silver Martini bar in west Edmonton. He was winning big on a VLT, buying drinks for other players. But when he went outside for a smoke, he was viciously attacked and robbed. At age 55, he was left permanently brain damaged.
Cannabis retailers hoping to set up shop in Edmonton will be banking on the luck of the draw. The city’s urban planning committee voted to use a lottery system Tuesday to decide who gets a development permit to sell pot.
The son of former Edmonton police chief John Lindsay has lost an appeal of his second-degree murder conviction. Mark Lindsay was sentenced in October 2016 to life in prison with no chance of parole for 16 years in the horrific killing of his former girlfriend, Dana Turner.
If the federal Liberal government truly believed in carbon taxing, it would come clean on the potential cost to Canadians, Conservative critic Pierre Poilievre charged Tuesday in a sneak preview of the protracted partisan barrage Finance Minister Bill Morneau was likely to face later in the day.
The city of Edmonton is crafting a new plan to curb greenhouse gas emissions by 2030. The urban planning committee, made up of several councillors, agreed to one of three scenarios presented Tuesday by city staff — to cut GHGs in half by that year.