Tricia Kindleman has spent her life in Alberta. She grew up in Edmonton and attended Mount Royal College, now university, in Calgary. She has worked in newsrooms in Edmonton and Grande Prairie.
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Big events and staff shortages put strain on Edmonton hotel industry
The hotel industry is trying to cope with the surges of visitors driven by the return of big concerts, festivals and sporting events.
Blue light pilot program approved for Alberta tow trucks
After years of lobbying, a pilot project will begin at the end of June which will allow blue lights on tow trucks.
Tentative school exam schedule at issue as Edmonton public trustees consider more inclusive religious holidays
The 2023-24 school year for Edmonton Public Schools will not include more time off for religious holidays unless the province adjusts the tentative exam schedule.
Realtors association unsure budget measures will help Edmonton housing market
Housing was a focus for the federal government's budget this week but Edmonton realtors don't think it will have much effect on Edmonton's hot housing market.
New school in Leduc has Cree name inspired by location, history and hope for students
Black Gold School Division announced its new school in Leduc will be called Ohpaho Secondary School. Ohpaho is a Cree word which means to take flight.
Happy campers: Spring break camp spots in high demand in Edmonton
With most COVID-19 restrictions lifted in Alberta, spring break camps are in hot demand.
Alberta Avenue residents call for more support from Edmonton Police Commission
Some central Edmonton residents are asking the city's police commission for more beat cops and social workers in their neighbourhood.
Edmonton councillor wants city to license landlords
A licensing system for Edmonton landlords has been proposed by Coun. Michael Janz.
2 new Edmonton Catholic schools funded, Edmonton Public Schools shut out of new infrastructure funding
There was no funding for the Edmonton Public School Board in the province's capital plan that was announced Friday. The province committed more than $250 million in funding for school projects around Alberta, including two new school for the Edmonton Catholic Schools
This video store — yes, an actual video store — is raising funds online to stay afloat
After a sluggish winter, Movie World in Stony Plain, Alta., west of Edmonton, is struggling to stay open. Owner Joe French is hoping nostalgia will bring customers back.