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Fort McMurray woman charged with immigration fraud
A Fort McMurray woman faces a charge of fraud for allegedly acting as an unauthorized immigration consultant.
Newspaper: Edmonton Sun
Feed: Alberta Date: 2017-01-10 20:19:39



Former local broadcaster and city councillor Larry Langley has died
Long-time broadcaster and three-term elected former city councillor Larry Langley, 83, has died.
Newspaper: Edmonton Sun
Feed: Alberta Date: 2017-01-10 20:19:36



Media-shy Jane Fonda is latest celebrity to visit Alberta oilsands
When Jane Fonda flew over the oilsands with local First Nations and activists from Greenpeace Tuesday morning, she told a CBC reporter it was like "someone took my skin and peeled it off my body over a very large surface."
Newspaper: Edmonton Sun
Feed: Alberta Date: 2017-01-10 20:19:36



Who just gave me money? Carbon rebate causes confusion
More than a million carbon tax rebates from the provincial government have landed in the hands of eligible Albertans since last week, but there's a slight hiccup.
Newspaper: Edmonton Sun
Feed: Alberta Date: 2017-01-10 20:19:35



A new community program aims to turn homeowners into citizen scientists
A new community program hopes to enlist homeowners in the battle to save Alberta's bats.A fungal disease called white-nose syndrome has wiped out millions of bats in the northeastern United States and eastern Canadian provinces, and in March 2016, hikers found a sick bat with the disease in the state of Washington. This discovery prompted alarm tha
Newspaper: Edmonton Sun
Feed: Alberta Date: 2017-01-05 20:06:41



Alberta man charged with distributing counterfeit currency in Beaumont
An Alberta man is facing charges after RCMP say a substantial number of counterfeit currency transactions took place in Beaumont last year.
Newspaper: Edmonton Sun
Feed: Alberta Date: 2017-01-04 20:05:40



Conservationists, wildlife conflict experts brace for impact as Canada's free park passes go global
It's already shaping up to overshadow socks and itchy sweaters as the worst birthday present ever -- and now it's looking like Canadians will have to share their free national park passes with hoards of foreign tourists to boot.
Newspaper: Edmonton Sun
Feed: Alberta Date: 2017-01-04 20:05:40



Man facing string of impaired charges after Leduc RCMP stop wrong-way driver
A 23-year-old man is facing a string of impaired driving charges after the driver of a truck with a trailer heading southbound in the northbound lanes of the QE II Highway was stopped just after 6 a.m. by Leduc RCMP.
Newspaper: Edmonton Sun
Feed: Alberta Date: 2017-01-03 12:22:04



Grande Prairie boy battling leukemia to realize dream of conducting orchestra [Video]
A seven-year-old Grande Prairie boy battling leukemia was to conduct the Edmonton Symphony Orchestra playing the national anthem at Monday's performance of Candy Cane Christmas at the Winspear Centre.
Newspaper: Edmonton Sun
Feed: Alberta Date: 2016-12-19 22:10:42





Second-degree murder charges laid in death of Saddle Lake man
Two people have each been charged with second-degree murder in the death of a Saddle Lake First Nation man in early November.Jordan Steinhauer, 26, and Sara Brertton, 26, both of Saddle Lake and Edmonton, were arrested on Sunday and are scheduled to appear in St. Paul provincial court on Thursday.In a release, police said St. Paul RCMP officers che
Newspaper: Edmonton Sun
Feed: Alberta Date: 2016-12-19 22:10:42



Peace River correction officer busted with drugs
A corrections officer in Peace River is facing drug charges after police seized marijuana, oxycodone pills and methamphetamine during a vehicle search.
Newspaper: Edmonton Sun
Feed: Alberta Date: 2014-03-31 19:36:40



Byfield: Splashing in Redford's puddle of secrets
With Alison Redford's shotgun resignation from the premiership, the Alberta government's doors and windows have been thrown open. Almost every morning new tales of gross entitlement spill into an ever-widening puddle at the feet of Redford and her small army of staffers.
Newspaper: Edmonton Sun
Feed: Alberta Date: 2014-03-31 11:35:05



Legendary Al Oeming dies
The former owner and operator of Strathcona County's Alberta Game Farm, a world-renowned facility in the 1970s, has died at age 88.
Newspaper: Edmonton Sun
Feed: Alberta Date: 2014-03-31 07:34:29



Edmonton's Truth and Reconciliation event ends with bang
Drums rang out through the heart of downtown Sunday as dozens marched their way through the heart of the city to the Alberta Legislature.
Newspaper: Edmonton Sun
Feed: Alberta Date: 2014-03-31 07:34:28



Gunter: Redford's a recurring nightmare
Now that Alison Redford has left the Alberta premier's office, I had hoped to leave her alone. She's gone, a bad memory, a colossal mistake. Move on.
Newspaper: Edmonton Sun
Feed: Alberta Date: 2014-03-29 19:34:58



Cops bust Spruce Grove-area dial-a-doper operation
Mounties say they've busted a dial-a-doper operation running in the Spruce Grove area.
Newspaper: Edmonton Sun
Feed: Alberta Date: 2014-03-27 19:36:05



Alberta Occupational Health and Safety officers can now issue tickets
Alberta's unsafe workplaces better shape up, warns Labour Minister Thomas Lukaszuk, now that Occupational Health and Safety (OHS) officers have the authority to issue big fines and tickets for safety violations.
Newspaper: Edmonton Sun
Feed: Alberta Date: 2014-03-27 19:36:05



Canadian residential school survivors share their stories [Photos]
The last leg of the Canadian Truth and Reconciliation Committee began in Edmonton Thursday with an honour song for residential school survivors.
Newspaper: Edmonton Sun
Feed: Alberta Date: 2014-03-27 19:36:04



Warlocks arrested after big firearms, drug bust
Four members of the Drayton Valley chapter of the Warlocks outlaw motorcycle club have been arrested and eight firearms were seized following an Alberta Law Enforcement Response Teams (ALERT) probe.
Newspaper: Edmonton Sun
Feed: Alberta Date: 2014-03-27 11:35:26



Photos: 2014 Northlands Farm and Ranch Show [Photos]
Newspaper: Edmonton Sun
Feed: Alberta Date: 2014-03-27 07:34:54



Former premier Alison Redford's India junket over budget
The provincial government says former premier Alison Redford's trade mission to India and Switzerland accomplished all its goals but cost $11,000 more than expected.
Newspaper: Edmonton Sun
Feed: Alberta Date: 2014-03-26 19:36:49



World Economic Forum event planned for Lake Louise officially cancelled says Alberta government
The "high-level" World Economic Forum (WEF) event planned for Lake Louise in late April is officially cancelled, says the Alberta government and WEF officials.
Newspaper: Edmonton Sun
Feed: Alberta Date: 2014-03-26 19:36:49



Huge Grande Prairie bust nets $18,000 of cocaine
Six people are facing 19 charges following a five-month drug trafficking investigation based in Grande Prairie with ties to a well-known organized crime group in Nova Scotia.
Newspaper: Edmonton Sun
Feed: Alberta Date: 2014-03-25 19:37:22



Alberta PC leadership vote set for September
Card-carrying Tories can cast their vote for Alberta's next premier on September 6, says the Progressive Conservative Association of Alberta (PCAA) -- but not a single candidate or cabinet minister has come forward to officially kick off the race.
Newspaper: Edmonton Sun
Feed: Alberta Date: 2014-03-25 19:37:22



Potential Alberta PC leadership hopefuls air differences publicly
Monday night, Alberta's PC Party decided on a date for a leadership vote -- and Tuesday morning, two potential hopefuls were already taking their differences public.
Newspaper: Edmonton Sun
Feed: Alberta Date: 2014-03-25 19:37:21



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