Tricia Kindleman has spent her life in Alberta. She grew up in Edmonton and attended Mount Royal College, now university, in Calgary. She has worked in newsrooms in Edmonton and Grande Prairie.
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New grocery store receives warm welcome from Ottewell residents
A new grocer has opened up to a lot of excitement in the community surrounding the new store. Many people, especially those with limited mobility, struggled the past two years since the previous tenant closed.
Community vigil in Leduc remembers teen killed in school stabbing
Hundreds of balloons were released from a park in Leduc to remember Jenny Winkler. The memorial was organized by the teen's best friends after she was killed in an attack Monday.
City council rejects proposed crematorium in central Edmonton
It was a unanimous vote by city council to deny a rezoning application from a local funeral home hoping to build a crematorium in central Edmonton.
Edmonton medical staff group calls for delay to move to Step 2 of reopening
The province has not officially said when Alberta will move into the second stage of the reopening plan for Alberta. Restrictions could begin relaxing March1, generating mixed response from doctors.
Edmonton company to produce psychedelic drugs for clinical use
A new Edmonton-based company is planning to grow mushrooms for use in medical clinics.
Coronavirus variants could alter phased reopening plan, Kenney says
Premier Jason Kenney was joined by Dr. Deena Hinshaw and Minister Doug Schweitzer and a number of from around the province who has questions about the reopening plans for Alberta businesses.
City investigating altercation between ETS driver, passenger caught on video
The video was posted on Instagram with a caption that said the incident started over the passenger's refusal to wear a mask, in addition to unruly behaviour.
Edmonton police program to divert youth from justice system to be adopted permanently
Edmonton police are adopting a program that uses early intervention to keep youths from falling further into the criminal justice system.
'It is incredibly exhausting': How some Edmonton families are navigating cohorts
Communication, honesty, and caution: Edmonton families explain the sometimes bumpy road to developing cohort groups during the pandemic.
Class-action lawsuit filed by Alberta lawyers over onion recall
Two Alberta-based law firms filed the paperwork late last week after noticing a concentration of cases in western Canada.