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Man convicted in Alberta gas-and-dash death loses day parole
Thorsby, Alta., gas station owner Ki Yun Jo was killed when Mitchell Sydlowski sped off in a stolen cube van. Sydlowski, who pleaded guilty to manslaughter, has had his day parole revoked.
Victim in northeast Edmonton stabbings died a hero, family member says
A 38-year-old man stabbed to death in a northeast Edmonton intersection Wednesday was a hero who died protecting his sister, a relative says.
Alberta reporting two probable cases of mystery liver disease in patients under 16
Alberta's chief medical officer of health says there are two probable cases of severe acute hepatitis of unknown origin in children in the province.
Canadians open their homes to Ukrainian relatives and refugees
Olga Renneberg's mother arrived in Canada this week with nothing but a backpack with her essentials and the clothes she was wearing.
169 potential graves found at site of former residential school in northern Alberta
Kapawe’no First Nation, about 370 kilometres northwest of Edmonton, says 169 potential graves have been found using ground-penetrating radar at the site of a former residential school at Grouard Mission.
Alberta's top court dismisses challenge of ID requirement at supervised drug-use sites
Alberta's top court has dismissed an appeal from harm reduction advocates who wanted to stop a provincial policy that requires people who want to use a supervised drug-injection site to provide their health-card number to get inside.
Edmonton's animal cruelty investigations unit an example for other police services
The Edmonton Police Service's animal cruelty investigations unit formed in May and is believed to be the first of its kind in Canada. One expert says it may set an example for other police forces when it comes to cases of animal cruelty.
Canadian veteran helps Afghan interpreter and his family escape Taliban rule
This Remembrance Day, the first since Afghanistan fell to Taliban forces in the summer, will be difficult for Canadians who fought in the country, says a veteran who served two missions there.
Alberta's referendum should not focus on daylight time, psychologists say
Ditching the practice of switching the time twice a year may seem like a no-brainer to some, but Alberta psychologists warn that the result of a provincial referendum could have unexpected consequences.
Woman convicted in death of toddler found outside Edmonton church granted day parole
A woman convicted in the death of a 19-month-old boy found outside an Edmonton church has been granted day parole for six months.