The CBC morning show hosted its second-annual luau Monday morning. The 'Blue Monday' pool party at the Terwillegar Community Recreation Centre came complete with cheerful music, and drinks with tiny little umbrellas.video
Kat Spencer snaps on her skis and straps her team of yelping dogs into a harness before letting them drag her expertly down the winding trail.video audio
There may be a remedy for the winter doldrums in another land of snow and sleet - Denmark.
As the January blues sets in for many people following the Christmas season, for some in our city the celebrations are about to begin.audio
Monday January 16, 2017
The greatest female hockey player in the game's history is hanging up her skates. We talk to Hayley Wickenheiser on her retirement. Sidewalk snow-clearing is proving to be an issue around Edmonton. City councillor Andrew Knack weighs in.
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