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Maskwacis celebrates new chapter with grand opening of first public library
The community of Maskwacis celebrates the grand opening of its first ever public library on Friday. A pop-up library had been operating out of the Howard Buffalo Memorial Centre since Febrary.
Trudeau says he never told candidate-vetting committee about blackface because he was embarrassed
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says when the Liberal Party was vetting him as a candidate, he never owned up to the documented cases of blackface in his personal history.
Former Needle employee speaks of humiliation, ostracism after assault
A former employee of The Needle Vinyl Tavern said it was demeaning, humiliating and damaging when James Leder groped her four times in front of customers and other employees in March 2017.
Man faces barrage of hate after pointing out logical flaw in Calgary Transit system
A Calgary man thinks Calgary Transit bus drivers should accept tickets issued in French by the public transit service, but when a news outlet ran his story, a barrage of hate, including slurs and death threats, ensued. EDITOR'S NOTE: This article includes language considered offensive.
Enhanced training for mental health calls on the way, says Edmonton police
Edmonton police plan to enhance training for frontline officers responding to mental health complaints.
'You may be demented': 23.5 year sentence for sexually abusive Evansburg area father
Sixties Scoop Foundation begins consulting child welfare system survivors on mandate
Third-party review ordered to investigate technical problems with accounting exam
Liberal Amarjeet Sohi pained to see Trudeau in brownface
Alberta Sheriffs shutter alleged drug house in Edmonton
'We're not here to be used as props for an election': Panel examines Trudeau's admissions about racist makeup
16 things to do this weekend in Edmonton
Alberta parents David and Collet Stephan found not guilty in their toddler's death after retrial
Liberal Party confirms 3rd instance of Trudeau wearing blackface