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When the pandemic trapped Cory Wallace in Nepal, the pro bike racer rode it out in a monastery
As a professional mountain bike racer, Cory Wallace is accustomed to new adventures and high adrenaline situations. As it turns out, those were both pretty good attributes to have when waiting out the pandemic in a Nepalese monastery.
Retired Alberta teacher is now a registered sex offender
David Charles O'Reilly, 73, has been found guilty of indecently assaulting a former female grade nine student in 1980. He'll go to trial in November on another count of indecent assault dating back to 1975.
Fort McMurray man amasses 2M TikTok followers with offbeat questions
Is it possible to slam a revolving door? Do stairs go up or down? Is the ‘s’ or ‘c’ silent in scent? These are questions Jesse Geneau wants answered.
Edmonton online bakery offers experience for youth facing barriers to work
The TYP TOP Bakery got its start, appropriately, over coffee at Holy Trinity Church.
16,000 forks and counting: Alberta artist turns to cutlery for bear sculpture
Artist Dave McAuley explains why he decided to make a giant bear out of 16,000 forks.
Alberta restaurants to stay open, barring 'catastrophe,' premier says
Treaty Six Grand Chief joins call for RCMP commissioner's resignation
Lougheed, Trudeau and the notorious NEP: How a political fight 40 years ago shaped Alberta
From the archive: Roller disco makes its return in Edmonton
Alphonso Davies out 6-8 weeks with right ankle injury suffered in Bayern Munich win
What you need to know about COVID-19 in Alberta on Saturday, Oct. 24
New food bank for military veterans opens in Edmonton
Stony Plain: 'Punching above [its] weight when it comes to public art'
Fort Vermilion to rebuild flood-damaged homes on higher ground
Alberta sets COVID-19 records for 3rd straight day as province reaches 300 deaths
Edmonton man shot by police guilty of assaulting officers with car
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