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Alberta RCMP cleared in 2015 shooting of triple homicide suspect
An investigation into the shooting of a man suspected in a 2015 triple homicide has found that the use of lethal force by police was necessary during his arrest, according to the Alberta Serious Incident Response Team (ASIRT). On Dec. 1, 2015, police were trying to arrest Mickell Clayton Bailey when they said he left a home northeast of Edson carry
Newspaper: Edmonton Sun
Feed: Edmonton Date: 2017-01-10 20:18:35



Police charge four inmates after fights at Edmonton Institution
Edmonton police charged four inmates Tuesday after separate altercations at the Edmonton Institution in December sent two prisoners to hospital. Police said a 49-year-old man was injured Dec. 28 after he was stabbed, causing non-life-threatening injuries. The conflict happened in a living unit in the maximum security federal prison in Edmonton's no
Newspaper: Edmonton Sun
Feed: Edmonton Date: 2017-01-10 20:18:35



Police warn motorists to slow down on slick city streets
Roads are slick and Edmonton police are advising motorists to drive to the weather conditions, not the speed limit.
Newspaper: Edmonton Sun
Feed: Edmonton Date: 2017-01-10 12:22:50



Race planned to help promote Edmonton businesses hurt by long closure of 102 Avenue bridge
A group is organizing a series of one-mile running races this spring to promote 124 Street-area businesses hurt by the long closure of the 102 Avenue bridge.
Newspaper: Edmonton Sun
Feed: Edmonton Date: 2017-01-10 08:26:03



Gender acceptance club at Christian school in Sherwood Park raises hope, ire
Sixteen-year-old Brooklyn Sturroch was pleasantly surprised when she heard her Christian school in Sherwood Park was hosting a club for sexual and gender acceptance.
Newspaper: Edmonton Sun
Feed: Edmonton Date: 2017-01-10 08:26:01



Whole Foods Market cancels stores planned for Edmonton, Calgary
The decision by Whole Foods Market to cancel planned Edmonton and Calgary stores shows the U.S. company didn't do its homework, a University of Alberta retail analyst says.
Newspaper: Edmonton Sun
Feed: Edmonton Date: 2017-01-10 08:26:01



Oilpatch woes fuel growing disputes with Alberta landowners, advocate says
Disputes between private landowners and energy companies are on the rise in Alberta, in part due to the financial woes of an oilpatch struggling to pay its bills, the province's acting property rights advocate said Monday.
Newspaper: Edmonton Sun
Feed: Edmonton Date: 2017-01-10 08:26:00



Edmonton woman charged with impaired driving after crash kills eight-year-old girl
Drunk driving charges have been laid against an Edmonton woman after an eight-year-old girl was killed in a November crash southwest of Edmonton.
Newspaper: Edmonton Sun
Feed: Edmonton Date: 2017-01-09 20:30:33



Fake gold being peddled by fraudsters, warn city police
Counterfeit gold bars being sold by fraudsters are fooling merchants and Kijiji buyers alike, warn city police.
Newspaper: Edmonton Sun
Feed: Edmonton Date: 2017-01-09 20:30:33





Edmonton council pay drops to near 2014 levels
Edmonton's mayors and councillors will see a drop in salary this year landing at compensation just above 2014 levels.
Newspaper: Edmonton Sun
Feed: Edmonton Date: 2017-01-09 20:30:32



Preliminary hearing begins in 2015 Edmonton Mac's killings murder trial
Two adult suspects among a trio accused of shooting and killing two Edmonton convenience store workers in late 2015 appeared in court Monday for the start of a preliminary hearing.
Newspaper: Edmonton Sun
Feed: Edmonton Date: 2017-01-09 20:30:31



No charges yet against Edmonton man accused of threatening Muslim women with noose
Edmonton police have handed the case of a man accused of threatening Muslim women with a noose on an LRT platform -- while singing O Canada -- to the office of the Crown prosecutor.
Newspaper: Edmonton Sun
Feed: Edmonton Date: 2017-01-09 20:30:30



University of Alberta researchers solve puzzle that baffled scientists for decades
A team of University of Alberta physicists has deciphered a scientific mystery that evaded computer whizzes for decades, resulting in a discovery potentially worth billions to the technology industry."It's perhaps the most beautiful paper of my whole life," said professor Robert Wolkow, who headed the project. "It's got this beautiful historical na
Newspaper: Edmonton Sun
Feed: Edmonton Date: 2017-01-09 08:18:46



In the face of 'lock her up' chants, how should a politician deal with prejudice?
A first-year university student entering the school cafeteria for the first time can teach you a lot about how people see prejudice, both in themselves and others.
Newspaper: Edmonton Sun
Feed: Edmonton Date: 2017-01-09 08:18:45



Water main break causes Westboro Elementary School Closure
Water main break causes Westboro Elementary School closure
Newspaper: Edmonton Sun
Feed: Edmonton Date: 2017-01-09 08:18:44



FORBES: Get ready for the motorcycle show
I officially declare motorcycle season 2017 open.
Newspaper: Edmonton Sun
Feed: Edmonton Date: 2017-01-09 08:18:43



Edmonton releases fish-friendly designs for new Mill Creek outfall [Video]
Daylighting Mill Creek is technically feasible and would have major benefits for Edmonton's fish population, according to a city review now out for public comment.
Newspaper: Edmonton Sun
Feed: Edmonton Date: 2017-01-08 20:10:11



Leading Arctic scientist calls continued lack of national polar policy "an embarrassment and frustrating"
Standing on the unsympathetic shoreline of Mercy Bay, a bulbous fjord on the northern edge of Banks Island in the Canadian Arctic archipelago, John England was "stupefied."
Newspaper: Edmonton Sun
Feed: Edmonton Date: 2017-01-08 20:10:10



How will the Trump factor affect Alberta? Economists say they're optimistic
Two of Alberta's top economists say they're more optimistic than most people about Donald Trump's effect on the province's economy.
Newspaper: Edmonton Sun
Feed: Edmonton Date: 2017-01-08 20:10:09



Tait: We've come along way in 150 years
I was a scrawny kid with a full head of hair, back in 1967, when Canada turned 100. We had great centennial celebrations across the county..The Canada Song by Bobby Gimby -- remember that name? -- was a favorite of mine and told my parents that tune should be the new Canadian national anthem.It's hard to believe five decades have slipped by. We are a
Newspaper: Edmonton Sun
Feed: Edmonton Date: 2017-01-08 08:09:14



Local racer turns to city for support to chase opportunity of a lifetime
Stefan Rzadzinski has been chasing a ride from the moment he was old enough to get behind the wheel of a go-kart.Now the local auto racer is turning to his community for support, attempting to get enough votes to compete in an exclusive event later this month in Miami, Florida."I'm trying to get into the Race of Champions, which is an annual event
Newspaper: Edmonton Sun
Feed: Edmonton Date: 2017-01-07 20:15:24



Development will continue changing the face of Edmonton in 2017 [Video]
Edmonton isn't likely to see a construction boom in 2017, but the landscape will continue to grow as big projects wrap up and new work gets underway, say commercial real estate experts.The downtown core is still the city's development hot spot with $5.5-billion worth of work proposed or underway, including the Ice District's 66-storey Stantec Tower
Newspaper: Edmonton Sun
Feed: Edmonton Date: 2017-01-07 12:10:35



Slingshot vandal dodges criminal record for bus shelter 'carnage'
An Edmonton woman who pleaded guilty to mischief for her part in smashing the glass in several city bus shelters using a slingshot and marbles was given a conditional discharge and 18-months probation Friday. Cynthia Zambrano, 38, and Italian photographer Leonardo Autera, 56, were pulled over by police at about 2 a.m. on Feb. 27, 2015, after the pa
Newspaper: Edmonton Sun
Feed: Edmonton Date: 2017-01-07 08:08:15



Carbon tax will cost Alberta schools millions, push up school fees, Wildrose says
The carbon tax will cost Alberta school boards an extra $8 million to $12 million this year, and as much as $18 million next year, according to a government briefing note obtained by the official Opposition."The numbers are just huge," Wildrose education critic Leela Aher said Friday.Ultimately, the higher cost of heating schools and transporting s
Newspaper: Edmonton Sun
Feed: Edmonton Date: 2017-01-07 08:08:14



Orca blamed for drowning Edmonton woman at Sealand in 1991 dies in captivity
An Edmonton woman's killer, having been involved in two other deaths and spent a captive life entertaining crowds, has died.Tilikum, an orca captured near Iceland in the early 1980s, was performing at the now-defunct Sealand in Victoria, B.C., in 1991 when he killed Edmonton-born trainer Keltie Byrne.Byrne, 20, was on the pool deck when she slipped
Newspaper: Edmonton Sun
Feed: Edmonton Date: 2017-01-07 08:08:13



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