A councillor for the Town of Devon, just southwest of Edmonton, was sentenced Thursday to 120 days in jail for harassing and threatening members of her family.
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Alberta’s budget surplus is growing but will be offset by more than $1 billion this year to pay for floods, forest fires and drought.
Draft plans for distinct districts — the latest work on the 15-minute city vision Edmonton planners have been developing over the last three years — will be presented to the urban planning committee next week.
Four teenage girls have been rescued in a months-long human trafficking investigation and three teens are facing charges, police in Edmonton announced on Thursday.
Edmonton will get to December 1st without snow on the ground for the first time since 2008.
Experts say drug shortages have gradually worsened in Canada over the last decade, putting patients in difficult and sometimes dangerous positions. But potential solutions like rethinking where drug manufacturing is concentrated and expanding pharmacists' prescribing privileges could help ease those impacts.
For years, Dusty LeGrande has added his own touch to clothing, his way of teaching people about Indigenous history.
A local business owner who closed her store recently due to an economic downturn is now trying to drum up support for other small businesses.
An Edmonton woman is donating proceeds of her baking to support Gaza.
The Oil Kings will host their 16th annual Teddy Bear Toss game this Friday.
Hundreds of ninjas battled it out on obstacle courses in Edmonton over the weekend.
One of Edmonton's biggest and longest-running craft fairs is coming to an end.
To help address growing food insecurity in Edmonton, 15 city buses parked outside Save On Foods stores across Edmonton on Saturday to collect donations.
The opportunity to pull clubs out of their golf bags in late November sold one couple on a journey to a course north of St. Albert, Alta. – all the way from Saskatchewan.