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Bill 45, the contentious legislation that increases fines for Alberta unions that strike illegally to $1 million a day, passed third and final reading Wednesday night.
Shoppers look to purchase gifts on the last weekend before Christmas at West Edmonton Mall, in Edmonton Alberta, December 15, 2012.
Alberta's ethics commissioner has cleared Premier Alison Redford of any conflict in the awarding of a multi-billion dollar tobacco litigation contract.
There are two reasons why Belleville, Ontario, should have a special place in the minds of all Canadians.
Ask Randall MacDonald about the best party he's ever thrown, and he is momentarily stumped.
Motion Industries Inc. a distributor of industrial maintenance, repair, and operation replacement parts, has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire all of the issued and outstanding common shares of Commercial Solutions Inc. .
The city will have to hire another 56 lifeguards to meet new national standards at a cost of $2.5 million.
Canadian researchers find that exercise may help dementia patients by improving their memories as well as their routine functional abilities.
Edmonton's new downtown arena will be named Rogers Place after Roger Communications Inc. secured the naming rights.
Work crews place a plastic X on the runway at the Edmonton City Centre Airport on Nov. 30, 2013, to offcially close the airport.
Edmonton Mayor Don Iveson admits the city needs to do a better job updating the snow-clearing schedule on its website.
Over the past six months, the Edmonton Journal and Calgary Herald produced the province's first definitive count of child welfare fatalities, based on death records unsealed by the Alberta government after a four-year legal battle.
Krewiak is an advertising student turned jewelry designer who is redefining local Calgary jewelry.
A winter storm sweeping across Alberta is expected to bring less than 10 centimetres of snow to Edmonton Monday, while more severe conditions are expected as the storm heads south.
A plane takes off from City Centre Airport in 2010. The airport, shuttered Saturday, was good for the city, writes Ed McDonald.
This photo came with a note from Christina Burke: "This is Rossi, named after Valentino Rossi.