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New gallery exhibit sheds light on flu epidemic that killed 4,000 in Alberta
One hundred years ago, a devastating flu swept into Alberta and killed more than 4,000 people. The Spanish flu confounded doctors with its lightning-fast progression, and the fact that it most affected adults aged 20 to 45.
'Shameful': Cannabis customers floored by the amount of plastic packing on their pot
For every gram of cannabis sold, there can be as much as 70 grams of packaging waste, according to some of Canada’s first cannabis customers.
'It's really limited my ability to feel': Former inmate recalls time in solitary confinement
A former inmate recounts spending six months in an eight-by- 10 foot segregation cell at the Edmonton Institution and said sometimes he was left in there for days on end.
2 men charged with kidnapping in Red Deer abduction
Red Deer RCMP have charged two men in the abduction of a 48-year-old woman whose day-long disappearance prompted an urgent plea for assistance from police.
Trudeau to unveil carbon tax plan Tuesday for provinces that don't comply
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau will unveil Tuesday the federal government's plan for wayward provinces that do not comply with the national climate plan.
Suspect shot in confrontation with RCMP on Samson Cree Nation
Man dies after fall at Sherwood Park worksite
'No mail' Monday as Edmonton's Canada Post workers walk off the job
Plaque initiative connects Westmount residents with neighbourhood history
'Braiding Western science and Indigenous knowledge': New environmental monitoring program launches
Edmonton bikers support teenager struggling with severe mental illness
Derek Fildebrandt acclaimed as Freedom Conservative Party leader
'I feel cheated': Telco customer set to speak on Day 1 of CRTC hearing into misleading sales practices
Man dead after early morning shooting at Edmonton community hall