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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Traffic changes on 101st Avenue improving safety, residents say
The city has closed a small section of 101st Avenue near 50th Street and area residents say they are already seeing less traffic in their neighbourhood.
Edmonton councillors approve new high-rise neighbour for Hotel Macdonald
Edmonton city council voted Monday to approve re-zoning of Frank Oliver Park near the Hotel Macdonald to make way for a high-rise development.
Supervised consumption site review panel makes final stop in Edmonton
Edmonton was the final stop for the provincially appointed panel that is reviewing supervised consumption sites around the province.
'This is not a new story': ATB report shows economic growth stalled in Alberta
The latest ATB Financial Alberta Economic Outlook is anticipating continued struggles for the oil and gas sector but a small growth in the provincial GDP in 2019 and 2020.
Small space, big impact: Tiny homes could soon be coming to Edmonton properties
The city is updating zoning bylaws to eliminate minimum size requirements for structures, clearing the way for tiny homes in Edmonton communities.
City, advocates working on solution for Grande Prairie's tent city population
Five months after the closure of a daytime drop-in program for the homeless in Grande Prairie the Saint Lawrence Centre will re-open Wednesday. The head of the program is hopeful it will help reduce the number of people living in a tent city near city hall.
Alberta clothing company lets political junkies wear their passion
A new Alberta-based business launched Monday is hoping to be a conversation started for political junkies of all stripes.
Edmonton seniors take ride of a lifetime at Castrol Raceway
Residents from a west-Edmonton senior facility were treated to a spin around the road course at Castrol Raceway on Friday.
Edmonton Fringe Fest skit gone wrong draws anger, apologies, discussion about boundaries
A late-night comedy skit that went wrong at the Edmonton Fringe Festival has prompted anger and apologies, touched off a controversy, and sparked a wider discussion about boundaries between performers and their audience, and what constitutes consent.
McCauley neighbourhood highlighting community spirit, hosts movie night in the park
Around 300 people spent the evening at Giovanni Caboto Park where the McCauley Community League hosted a showing of Harry Potter.
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.
'There is an urgency to this': Edmonton councillors take step toward emissions reduction goal
Edmonton city councillors stopped short of declaring a climate emergency on Monday but voted in a favour of plan to update the city's Energy Transition Strategy.
ATA president disappointed after UCP cancels curriculum development agreement
The UCP have announced plans to cancel a memorandum of understanding between the government and the Alberta Teachers' Association. The document agreed that the two groups would “co-lead the development and implementation” of all new curriculum.
Planned lounge renovations at Hotel Macdonald on hold until March 2020
The hotel's general manager says they have heard the feedback on the initial drawings and are going to maintain "that heritage and history.”
Education and awareness needed to combat rise in hate groups, report finds
A report from the Organization for the Prevention of Violence found that inter-faith and inter-cultural initiatives may be the most successful way to combat a rise of hate groups in Edmonton and around the world.