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Alberta to end use of photo radar as 'cash cow'
The Alberta government plans to eliminate photo radar as a tool for revenue generation, Transportation Minister Brian Mason vowed Thursday.
Death of man, sickened by mosquito bite, inspires daughter's vaccine campaign
Four months after contracting a rare blood virus from a mosquito bite during a vacation in Thailand, Jillian Hughes’ father was dead.
Proposed Jasper Avenue towers would displace historic apartment building
A huge development proposed for downtown Edmonton’s main drag could house thousands of people and add two new towers to the city’s skyline.
Butts on the ground: Smokers on Whyte and Jasper ignoring new 10-metre rule
Some say the new city rule requiring smokers to be 10 metres from doors, windows, patio and bus stops isn't working.
One dead in northeast Edmonton collision
The growing pains Alberta faces as it sheds its boom-and-bust past
Alberta farmers say government crude-by-rail plan puts grain at risk
Alberta government subsidies increasing for fossil fuel industry: report
Shrunken protest convoy leaves Ottawa after second day, enjoying Tory support
Grandmas team up with high school students for charity Scrabble tournament
Edmonton Stingers name Barnaby Craddock first head coach
Emergency alert ends after dozens of crashes shut down Trans-Canada Highway in Alberta for hours
Terry Crews in Edmonton to talk about men's role in preventing violence
Province invests $80M in royalty credits in methanol plant near Grande Prairie
UCP government would undertake operational review of AHS, Kenney says
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