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Edmonton charity makes public plea for help to stay open after losing building

For 34 years, Edmonton Emergency Relief Services Society (EERSS) has helped victims of natural disasters, like the Fort McMurray and Slave Lake...

Afghans, Canadian veterans in Alberta fear Taliban takeover will undo years of progress

Taliban forces have tightened their grip on Afghanistan, and the absence of Western forces is drawing major fear from the Afghan community...

Anne Frank statue unveiled in Edmonton as tribute to Canadian Nazi liberation efforts

A statue commemorating Canada’s role in liberating the Netherlands from Nazi tyranny was unveiled in Light Horse Park Sunday. The Dutch Canadian...

Alberta under thick haze of wildfire smoke as poor air quality advisory remains

There was another drop in Calgary’s air quality Sunday because of smoke from wildfires, as the city hit 10, or very high,...

Transport Canada grounds 4 types of Bell helicopters following fatal Alberta crash investigation

Transport Canada has grounded four types of Bell helicopters after investigating a fatal crash in Alberta last month. The crash happened approximately...

City launches strategy to bring life back to Edmonton’s downtown

Deserted downtowns drained of life became a common sight everywhere when the pandemic hit. In Edmonton, it came at a time when...

Edmonton businesses adopt harm-reduction initiative amid ongoing overdose crisis

An Alberta-based organization aimed at creating awareness and helping businesses take action to combat the overdose crisis is garnering more attention. Businesses...

Edmonton tourism industry eager to bounce back post-pandemic

With the province and rest of the world slowly moving past the COVID-19 pandemic, Edmonton’s tourism industry is hopeful for a return...

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