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Charges laid after McDonald's drive-thru ramming in Westlock, Alta.
Charges have been laid against two people after the driver of a stolen truck tried to ram his way out of a McDonald's drive-thru in Westlock, Alta. on Friday.
No business case for TMX, says former Liberal environment minister
David Anderson, who served 10 years in the cabinets of prime ministers Jean Chretien and Paul Martin, sent letters to members of the Trudeau cabinet asking them to dismiss the TMX expansion proposal.
These women have plastic-free periods. Why aren't more doing the same?
Some women are taking the anti-plastic movement further than straws and bags by making their menstrual cycles plastic-free, and are urging more people to talk openly about their periods, their products, and their waste.
How Edmonton's most uber Uber driver lost his perfect score
In the highly-competitive ride-hailing market, where coveted five-star ratings are nearly impossible to maintain, Samer Sabelleil has a near-perfect ranking of 4.99.
Wage deferral bill could be to the UCP what farm safety was to NDP
In the early days of the Alberta NDP government, an emboldened caucus and cabinet of rural and urban MLAs introduced a bill that would dog them for the next four years. Has the UCP just done the same thing?
The Ledge: Is Bill 9 a delay in process or an attack on unions?
Big week ahead for Canadian pipelines, as key moves loom on TMX, bill C-69
Canadians can expect tight supply when cannabis edibles become legal mid-December, officials say
Eskimos escape season opener with win over Alouettes
Alberta Mountie found not guilty of dangerous driving after running over pedestrian
Downtown bus detours revised in effort to reduce traffic congestion
Former co-owner of Edmonton bar pleads guilty to sexual assault
Alberta rancher does C-section, delivers pronghorn after mom hit by car
Service changes double ridership on buses to Edmonton International Airport
Full tummies, warm hearts: Alberta Avenue embracing reputation as foodie destination