Liam Harrap is a journalist at CBC Edmonton. Send story tips to him at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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This year's canola crop is the most expensive ever planted, say Alberta farmers
Input costs for growing canola has skyrocketed, making this one of the most expensive canola crop Alberta farmers have ever planted.
'It gave me hope': Art helps Edmonton woman overcome homelessness
Madeline LeBlanc is one of the artists taking part in the 5 Artists 1 Love exhibit, which is an annual event at the Art Gallery of Alberta to promote Edmonton’s Black artistic community.
Worldwide collaboration aims to curb biodiversity decline, improve Indigenous peoples' health
The Ărramăt Project is a collaboration of more than 150 Indigenous organizations and governments from around the world, aimed at curbing biodiversity decline and improving the health of Indigenous peoples.
Former refugee welcomes 170 Afghan newcomers to Edmonton
Earlier this month, 170 refugees from Afghanistan arrived in Edmonton. The group fled Afghanistan last summer after the Taliban took over the country after the withdrawal of U.S. troops and the collapse of the Afghan government.
Star search: Canadian scientist to travel way back in time using world's largest space telescope
The James Webb Space Telescope was recently launched into space. It's NASA’s largest and most powerful space telescope ever constructed. Astrophysicist Tyrone Woods, originally from Edmonton, hopes to use it to find the first stars ever created.
This rubber duck started a river race in Alberta and washed ashore in Russia
If rubber ducks could talk, one in particular would have an amazing adventure to tell. Duck No. 1417 floated from northern Alberta to Russia.
Melt into a cup of kindness with these homemade hot chocolate bombs
CBC's Liam Harrap developed his expertise as a hot chocolate bomb-maker after accidentally committing to make 1,500 spheres of deliciousness.
He sang to millions on YouTube. He died on the streets of Edmonton
Jesse Stewart's videos have garnered millions of views, even earning him a spot on the Trailer Park Boys show. He died recently in Edmonton, likely from a drug overdose.
Alberta skier and cyclist wants to get more BIPOC people into the outdoors
A graduate student at the University of Alberta recently started a podcast highlighting Black, Indigenous and people of colour athletes in an effort to make outdoor sports more inclusive.
After 2 weeks stuck inside, Edmontonian wants more snow cleared from sidewalks
A man in a wheelchair is calling on the City of Edmonton to step up its sidewalk snow clearing, after being stuck in his house for two weeks after recent winter storm.