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  1. Wife had restraining order against former Alberta justice ministerRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Globe and Mail

    Jonathan Denis stepped down as justice minister and attorney-general on April 25 at the request of Progressive Conservative Leader Jim Prentice. Jonathan Denis stepped down as justice minister and attorney-general on April 25 at the request of Progressive Conservative Leader Jim Prentice.

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  2. Earthworm invasion: Study forecasts rise of worms in northern boreal forestRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Edmonton Journal

    He's playfully being hailed as Connor McJesus around Edmonton because the Oilers' prayers were answered when they won the National Hockey League draft lottery. The 18-year-old Erie Otters centre might just lead the Oilers to the Promised Land.

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  3. Quad rider found safe after 42 hours in the northern Alberta wildernessRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Edmonton Journal

    He's playfully being hailed as Connor McJesus around Edmonton because the Oilers' prayers were answered when they won the National Hockey League draft lottery. The 18-year-old Erie Otters centre might just lead the Oilers to the Promised Land.

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  4. Family of 3 leave Edmonton on summer canoe trip to MontrealRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | CJAD

    Benoit Gendreau-Berthiaume, his wife, Magali Moffat and their son, Mali Berthiaume hit the water Saturday, and will spend the next four months traveling from Edmonton to Montreal in a canoe. "We will take a 'break' from the intense life, sleep, work, daycare."

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  5. Berryman to represent Alberta hoops squad for third consecutive yearRead the original story

    Saturday | Airdrie City View

    Berryman was named to the U16 Girls provincial basketball team that will compete at the 2015 Western Canada Summer Games in Wood Buffalo Aug. 7 to 16. This marks the third consecutive year the 15-year-old Airdrie native has been named to a provincial basketball squad, as she represented both the U14 and U15 Team Alberta teams prior to this season. 'I tried ballet when I was younger but to be honest I hated it,' said the 5'11' forward Berryman, who has been shooting hoops ever since coming home one day as an eight-year-old to tell her mom about enjoying a sport called basketball in gym class.

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  6. Taking the long way home: Family embarks on canoe journey from Edmonton to MontrealRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday May 2 | GlobalNews

    A couple and their five-year-old son set out on the North Saskatchewan River Saturday for their four-month journey home to Quebec. Benoit Gendreau-Berthiaume, his wife, Magali Moffat and their son, Mali Berthiaume will travel 5,000 kilometres by canoe from Edmonton to Montreal.

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  7. Fighting a til the end in the Medicine Hat ridingRead the original story

    Saturday May 2 | Medincine Hat News

    Three leading candidates in the Medicine Hat riding are not taking anything for granted heading into the final weekend of the provincial election. Doorknocking, a pancake breakfast, coffee sessions and more doorknocking are planned in what observers say could be an interesting three-horse race.

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  8. The Election Index: Former PC supporters seen shifting partiesRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 1 | Globe and Mail

    Alberta Progressive Conservative leader Jim Prentice arrives for the leaders debate in Edmonton on Thursday. Alberta Progressive Conservative leader Jim Prentice arrives for the leaders debate in Edmonton on Thursday.

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  9. Messaging from Jim Prentice and Rachel Notley on energy policy creates sparks in campaignRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 1 | Edmonton Journal

    The Pizzaman Mike Ilitch has more than enough dough - a fortune estimated at $5 billion, according to Forbes - to toss at the head coach of his Detroit Red Wings, Mike Babcock, to retain his sought-after services. But does Babcock - winner of a Stanley Cup- and two Olympic gold medals as a coach - want to stay in Detroit or try a new challenge? Their energy positions seem to create a wide gulf between Jim Prentice, the Progressive Conservative leader, and New Democrat Leader Rachel Notley, viewed as Prentice's main rival.

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  10. PC Alberta slashes budget for office probing foster-care deathsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 1 | The Globe and Mail

    Marilyn Koren hugs a teddy bear that belonged to her granddaughter Delonna Sullivan, who died in foster care in 2011. Marilyn Koren hugs a teddy bear that belonged to her granddaughter Delonna Sullivan, who died in foster care in 2011.

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  11. Downtown Edmonton residents want parking congestion easedRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Apr 30 | Edmonton Journal

    NDP Leader Rachel Notley holds a commanding lead in Alberta's provincial election campaign, with 38 per cent of decided voters planning to cast a ballot for her party, according to a new poll commissioned by the Edmonton Journal and the Calgary Herald. Kajsa Duke, who lives on 125th Street south of Stony Plain Road, says it's reasonable if residents can park within a block of home.

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  12. Journal staff receive nominations for CAJ awardsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Apr 30 | Edmonton Journal

    NDP Leader Rachel Notley holds a commanding lead in Alberta's provincial election campaign, with 38 per cent of decided voters planning to cast a ballot for her party, according to a new poll commissioned by the Edmonton Journal and the Calgary Herald. Journal reporter Keith Gerein has been nominated for a Canadian Association of Journalists award for his Condition Critical series on the state of Alberta's hospitals Reporter Keith Gerein was recognized for his Condition Critical series on the state of Alberta's hospitals and the $1 billion of deferred maintenance.

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  13. Misty Faith Potts: Missing Alberta woman may travel to ManitobaRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Apr 30 | My Manitoba.com

    Through the investigation, RCMP have confirmed Potts was last seen near Alexis Nakota Sioux Nation, Alta., on Saturday, March 13, 2015. She may be travelling to Edmonton, the lower mainland of British Columbia or east towards Manitoba.

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  14. Canadian train travel aboard Rocky MountaineerRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Apr 30 | Examiner.com

    With the demise of the American Orient Express in 2008, luxury train travel is hard to come by as a vacation alternative in the United States; however, if a luxury train vacation is in your mind and you don't want to travel too far from home consider a trip on Canada's Rocky Mountaineer . The Rocky Mountaineer offers: Four unique rail routes - three train journeys through British Columbia and Alberta to Banff, Lake Louise, Jasper and Calgary, and one train excursion from Vancouver to Whistler.

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  15. 50 years laterRead the original story

    Thursday Apr 30 | Medincine Hat News

    To quote page nine, "Operating under the provisions of the 'Public Junior Colleges Act' of Alberta in affiliation with the University of Alberta at Calgary, the College offers the first year programs leading to certification and degrees in the following faculties and schools of the University of AlbertaA<." It goes on to list the faculties.

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  16. Tour of Alberta announces first five teams for 2015 raceRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 29 | Cycling News

    The Tour of Alberta today announced an initial list of five teams that will compete in the six-day UCI 2.1 race that takes place September 2-7 in the western Canadian province. The Orica-GreenEdge team of 2014 overall winner Daryl Impey will return, as will Giant-Alpecin , whose Tom Dumoulin led last year's race from the opening time trial to the final sprint, where Impey captured the stage win and time bonuses that pushed him into the final overall lead by just one second.

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  17. Cenovus posts first-quarter loss on lower crude price, but says costs improvingRead the original story

    Wednesday Apr 29 | Castanet.net

    Cenovus Energy Inc. posted a $668-million first-quarter loss as the price of crude fell by more than half a " and its CEO said the industry may not be out of the woods yet. "I think there's continuing risk here in the second quarter, because the of the potential for storage congestion, that we might see even weaker prices," Brian Ferguson said in an interview.

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  18. Calgary cancer centre advocates don't want voters to forget issueRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 29 | CBC News

    Kim Walker went through intensive treatment for leukemia and is now cancer free. She wants Calgary to have one cancer treatment centre.

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  19. Diamonds are foreverRead the original story

    Wednesday Apr 29 | Lethbridge Herald

    This week it's time to offer an in-depth piece on the Southern Alberta High School Girls Slo-pitch League. And, if you're going to do that, the best omnibus source I'm aware of is Coaldale Kate Andrews athletic director/head coach Kevin Holland, who also does a good deal of loop organizing.

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  20. Human remains identified as missing Metis womanRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Apr 28 | Barriere Star Journal

    The family of an aboriginal woman missing for the last decade says they are heartbroken but relieved that her remains have been found in Alberta. Delores Dawn Brower, who went by the nickname Spider, was a sex-trade worker last seen hitching a ride in Edmonton in 2004.

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