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2 killed in 2-vehicle collision in Sturgeon County
A man and a woman are dead after a two-vehicle collision Monday evening in Sturgeon County, northwest of Edmonton.
Hepatitis B vaccine shortage hits Edmonton travel clinics
Edmonton travellers hoping to get the hepatitis B vaccine may be out of luck as country-wide supply issues hit the city's travel clinics. Several travel clinics told CBC News they were dealing with a limited supply of the vaccine.
New policy proposes 16 per cent affordable housing in all Edmonton communities
The city of Edmonton proposes a new framework of 16 per cent affordable housing in every community, up from the previous 10 per cent policy.
Puck luck: From the streets of Haiti to teaching at Edmonton Oilers hockey school
Hudson Guenette remembers being recruited by gang members while playing with his friend in the streets of his hometown Cité Soleil, located in Haiti’s capital Port-au-Prince. He also remembers going to bed hungry, not sure where his next meal would come from or when he would get clean water.
RCMP being sued for $900K in highway death of northern Alberta man
A police constable and the RCMP are being sued for $909,000 by the family of a man run over and killed on an Alberta highway in August 2016.
'Bikes were all over the ground': Highway collision heightens cyclist's fear of vehicles
'Trying to make drivers happy': Cyclists slam proposed south side bike network
Heritage Festival to keep storage barn, days after mayor slams 'bone-headed' decision
Candy store statue with a lollipop headdress removed from West Edmonton Mall
Summer is over for 1,250 Edmonton students who have headed back to class
Will face of UCP caucus change, given diverse slate of nomination hopefuls?
Hold the phone: Jack White's November tour will be a device-free affair
Body of man who fell into central Alberta reservoir recovered
Cardston doctor under fire for alleged racist confrontation with Indigenous people
Edmonton teen drumming up support for band that will march to its own beat
Rovers descend on southern Alberta's Mars-like badlands
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