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When beetles attack, lodgepole pines send chemical SOS to relatives, says U of A study
The warning gives trees time to prepare their defences, and helps explain why some pines are left untouched by the marauding beetles.
No expiration date: Alberta woman tours Disneyland with 34-year-old free pass
It was a freebie 34 years in the making. Tamia Richardson said she redeemed a voucher for Disneyland from 34 years ago on a recent trip.
Edmonton man barred from leaving Pakistan fights to come home
An Edmonton man has been fighting for 10 months to come home from Pakistan where he once worked as a scientist on the government's missile defence program.
Pembina Pipeline to buy Kinder Morgan Canada for $4.5B
Pembina Pipeline Corp. has signed a deal to buy Kinder Morgan Canada Ltd. and the U.S. portion of the Cochin pipeline system in an agreement it valued at a total of about $4.35 billion.
Psychiatrist says Silva Koshwal should be held responsible for ex-girlfriend's murder
A forensic psychiatrist has testified at a second-degree murder trial that in his opinion, Silva Koshwal, 42, should be held criminally responsible for stabbing and mutilating his ex-girlfriend, Nadine Skow in August, 2015.
What 35,000 political ads on Facebook reveal about Canada's election-year message battle
Short-term rental hosts in Edmonton could soon need a business licence
Evacuation order ends after 'horrific,' fatal 10-vehicle crash in southern Alberta