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Province seeks input on Budget 2017
The province says it wants the input of Albertans as it crafts Budget 2017.
Newspaper: Edmonton Sun
Feed: News Date: 2017-01-09 20:31:20



RCMP looking for 11-year-old boy missing from Sunchild First Nation
Rocky Mountain House RCMP asked for help from the public Sunday in finding Lane Goodrunning, 11, who was last seen on Jan. 5 at Sunchild First Nation in west-central Alberta.Goodrunning is described as being five-foot-one with brown short hair and brown eyes. He was last seen dressed for the weather in a black jacket visiting different houses in th
Newspaper: Edmonton Sun
Feed: News Date: 2017-01-09 08:19:22



Woman dead after collision south of Calmar
A woman is dead and two children have been taken to hospital after a collision south of Calmar.
Newspaper: Edmonton Sun
Feed: News Date: 2017-01-08 08:09:46



Fort Lauderdale airport shooting suspect told FBI government was controlling his mind, forcing him to watch ISIS videos [Photos]
The brother of a man accused of killing five people at a Florida airport questioned Saturday why his brother was allowed to keep his gun after U.S. authorities knew he'd become increasingly paranoid and was hearing voices.
Newspaper: Edmonton Sun
Feed: News Date: 2017-01-07 20:15:59



Political correctness has run amok
It's a subject where one fears to tread, but it needs be said.
Newspaper: Edmonton Sun
Feed: News Date: 2017-01-06 20:06:21



Drywall duties recommendations on U.S. imports applauded by union, construction industry
The union representing workers at the last remaining drywall manufacturer in Western Canada is applauding a trade agency recommendation that gypsum board imported from the United States continue to face import duties, if only at a fraction of provisional tariffs currently in place.The International Brotherhood of Boilermakers, which represents 120
Newspaper: Edmonton Sun
Feed: News Date: 2017-01-05 20:06:20



St. Albert mayor announces he won't seek fourth term
One of the capital region's longest serving mayors is stepping down.St. Albert Mayor Nolan Crouse announced Thursday on social media that he will likely not seek a fourth term in office when municipal elections are held this fall.In a lengthy and somewhat rambling Facebook post, the 63-year-old said his decision was fuelled by a desire for one more
Newspaper: Edmonton Sun
Feed: News Date: 2017-01-05 20:06:18



New Year's Day arson at restaurant under investigation
Grande Prairie RCMP are looking into a New Year's Day arson on the city's southwest side.
Newspaper: Edmonton Sun
Feed: News Date: 2017-01-03 12:21:37



Snowplow driver dies after plow rolls into ditch in Alberta
A snowplow driver from Calgary has died after police say he lost control of the plow and it rolled into a ditch.
Newspaper: Edmonton Sun
Feed: News Date: 2017-01-01 20:08:24





Shooter dressed as Santa kills at least 35 at Istanbul nightclub [Video]
An assailant believed to have been dressed in a Santa Claus costume opened fire at a nightclub in Istanbul during New Year's celebrations Saturday, killing at least 35 people and wounding 40 others in what the city's governor described as a terror attack.
Newspaper: Edmonton Sun
Feed: News Date: 2016-12-31 22:18:12



Longtime Alberta public servant Oryssia Lennie left 'speechless' by Order of Canada award
When Oryssia Lennie found out she'd been named to the Order of Canada, she was stunned.
Newspaper: Edmonton Sun
Feed: News Date: 2016-12-30 22:11:19



Top stories of 2016 in Edmonton: No. 1, 'The Beast' forces thousands to flee [Photos] [Video]
Every year, a few stories stand out as the most important in Edmonton -- stories that get us talking around the proverbial water cooler and resonate deeply in our city. Postmedia is counting down our picks for the Top 5 stories of 2016 in our city.Top story #1: The Fort McMurray wildfireOn Monday, May 2, we ran a short story describing a 120-hectare
Newspaper: Edmonton Sun
Feed: News Date: 2016-12-30 10:18:11



Carbon tax rebate promised to keep Alberta greenhouses competitive with those in B.C.
Alberta's greenhouses will remain on an equal footing with their British Columbian colleagues when the carbon tax kicks in, thanks to a new government rebate.
Newspaper: Edmonton Sun
Feed: News Date: 2016-12-30 10:18:08



Homicide victim found on Paul Band First Nation feared for his life, mother says
Christian Grayhorseman knew he was a wanted man.
Newspaper: Edmonton Sun
Feed: News Date: 2016-12-29 22:09:45



Police want public's help piecing together how man was killed on highway
RCMP are looking for witnesses after a 28-year-old man was struck and killed early Wednesday on a highway south of Sherwood Park.
Newspaper: Edmonton Sun
Feed: News Date: 2016-12-29 22:09:44



Top stories of 2016 in Edmonton: No. 2, carbon tax
Every year, a few stories stand out as the most important in Edmonton -- stories that get us talking around the proverbial water cooler and resonate deeply in our city. Postmedia is counting down our picks for the Top 5 stories of 2016 in our city.
Newspaper: Edmonton Sun
Feed: News Date: 2016-12-29 14:18:13



Funeral for murdered brothers Ryder and Radek to be held in Whitecourt
A memorial for two boys killed by their father in a murder-suicide earlier this month will take place on Thursday in Whitecourt, where the boys grew up.
Newspaper: Edmonton Sun
Feed: News Date: 2016-12-29 14:18:12



Year in Review: Ian Kucerak's top photos and video of 2016 [Video]
For Ian Kucerak, his favourite assignments this year involved witnessing the Fort McMurray recovery and cleanup efforts, but also came away with some great photos from various sporting and music events. Ian's favourite photo
Newspaper: Edmonton Sun
Feed: News Date: 2016-12-29 14:18:07



RCMP launch homicide investigation following death on Paul Band First Nation
Mounties are treating the death of a man on the Paul Band First Nation as a homicide.
Newspaper: Edmonton Sun
Feed: News Date: 2016-12-28 22:23:37



No injuries following plane crash near Fort McMurray airport
No major injuries have been reported after a small plane crashed Tuesday afternoon south of Fort McMurray.
Newspaper: Edmonton Sun
Feed: News Date: 2016-12-28 22:23:33



Teacher's former teen sex toy kills her, child
The former teen lover of a New York high school teacher confessed to cops he killed her and their love child because he resented paying support, detectives said.
Newspaper: Edmonton Sun
Feed: News Date: 2016-12-28 14:18:37



Berlin attacker thought to have fled through Netherlands
German prosecutors said Wednesday that they have detained a Tunisian man they think may have been involved in last week's truck attack on a Christmas market in Berlin.
Newspaper: Edmonton Sun
Feed: News Date: 2016-12-28 14:18:36



RCMP believe drugs laced with deadly fentanyl caused three overdoses near Fort Chipewyan
It appears there is no honour among criminals after three people in Fort Chipewyan overdosed on illegal drugs believed to be laced with fentanyl."There is a possibility that there are contaminated drugs on the street," Cpl. Erika Laird with the Wood Buffalo RCMP said Tuesday.The night of Dec. 22, Fort Chipewyan RCMP were called to help a person sus
Newspaper: Edmonton Sun
Feed: News Date: 2016-12-27 14:27:27



Year end interview with RCMP C/O Marianne Ryan
Postmedia journalist Claire Theobald sat down with Deputy Commissioner Marianne Ryan, commanding officer in charge of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police in Alberta, to discuss the challenges faced and triumphs achieved by RCMP officers in 2016, and where their focus is in 2017.Claire Theobald (CT): Alberta's RCMP faced a variety of challenges and ca
Newspaper: Edmonton Sun
Feed: News Date: 2016-12-26 22:36:56



University of Alberta's faculty of Law is taking steps to recruit more indigenous students
The University of Alberta's law school is taking a series of steps to recruit more indigenous students and ensure all students studying law learn about the history of residential schools and aboriginal rights.The Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada made 94 calls to action that could help advance reconciliation and build a stronger relatio
Newspaper: Edmonton Sun
Feed: News Date: 2016-12-26 22:36:54



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