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Almost $1.9M settlement in lawsuit launched by Edmonton nursing students against CDI College
Former CDI nursing students who claimed they watched Netflix and used colouring books in class have received almost $1.9 million in settlement of a class action lawsuit launched in 2013
'It's renewed my faith': Tumbling community unites for Grande Prairie family that lost home to fire
A Grande Prairie family has been overwhelmed by community support since losing their home to a fire on May 15.
Waterton Lakes National Park prepares for life after wildfire
Parks Canada officials and businesses in Waterton say there will be a different type of beauty in the national park, which was devastated by a wildfire last September.
Long weekend sees Edmontonians celebrating the end of a long winter
From the blooming parks to the bustling outdoor markets, the first day of the May long weekend felt like the kickoff to summer in Edmonton.
Rude officers, seized items and touchy pat downs top CATSA complaints list
Alberta teachers' union wants 2K new teachers by fall; Eggen calls smaller class sizes 'essential'
'Heck of a good save' on windy day as Edmonton firefighters keep garage fire from spreading
Risk of fire spreading in 'horrific and tragic' Brandon blaze likely passed, say authorities
Annual Transplant Trot raises awareness of urgency for organ donors
300 Edmonton soldiers in B.C. to help with flooding
Alberta invests $3 million in 'crown of the continent' Castle parks
Inmate found dead at Edmonton Remand Centre
Dirtbag Café a delicious delight for slackers, says Edmonton AM food critic
Quirky work: U of A props master makes her cake and caulks it too
Trans Mountain pipeline won't cause tension with Notley at meeting, John Horgan says
Rachel Notley threatened to change Insurance Act if Fort McMurray claim extensions weren't granted, memo says
Ottawa confirms B.C.'s pipeline court case counts as a political delay that could cost taxpayers
'They're not just statistics': Samson Cree Nation family searches for answers in 3 deaths
Why killing Alberta's carbon tax could kill Kinder Morgan pipeline
Man in serious condition after being stabbed in downtown Edmonton
Edmonton collisions, traffic fatalities up in 2017, report shows
A pipeline love-in, and expectations from new election commissioner
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