Four people in their 30s have now been charged with robbing a pawn shop in south Edmonton, while police work to determine if one of the accused also shot two workers at another store in December.
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The children's acetaminophen that was procured by Alberta from a Turkish manufacturer has been approved for retail sale in Canada.
Three people have been charged after more than $400,000 in drugs and cash were seized from two homes and a vehicle after a seven-month-long investigation in Edmonton.
Hudson's Bay has announced it will close its Londonderry Mall location later this year.
The Edmonton International Airport (YEG) is bouncing back from the pandemic. Numbers released by YEG on Thursday show 5.85 million passengers traveled through the airport in 2022, a 109 per cent increase from 2021.
Saskatoon Police Services (SPS) have charged an Edmonton man with sexual assault that they say occurred at a Saskatoon faith-based school.
A former 'Dances With Wolves' actor accused of sexually abusing Indigenous girls and leading a cult must remain held without bail until his next court hearing, a judge ordered Thursday morning.
Athabasca University's board of governors has replaced the president who resisted the government's demand to double the distance-learning school's number of employees who live in Athabasca.
Jeffrey Sundquist is no longer the president and CEO of Edmonton's chamber of commerce, the board of directors announced Wednesday afternoon.
For the first time ever, the House of Commons' speaker has chosen a Canadian whisky for its Speaker's Whisky.
Three Edmonton-area bands were included in the Juno Awards nominations announced Tuesday morning.
The Mindbender roller coaster at Galaxyland has been shut down, West Edmonton Mall announced on Monday. The redevelopment of the area is already underway, and the roller coaster is being decommissioned and removed.
Edmontonians plunged into the freezing Lake Summerside Sunday afternoon in support of Special Olympics Alberta.
A theatre company is remounting its production of a musical tragedy, based on a true story of Irish immigrants finding solace in Canada, in an unplugged concert experience.
A classic backyard game is gaining popularity in the Edmonton area, and a new league is inviting players to enjoy the sport year round.
A new art exhibit at the Edmonton YWCA is paying tribute to women in sport by telling the story of one of Canada's greatest basketball teams of all time – the Edmonton Grads.
Ice carving artists have taken over the Ice District Plaza in downtown Edmonton for the first-ever Chiseled International Ice Carving Competition.
Renovations are complete at Enterprise Square, and the University of Alberta is doubling its presence at the building.