How Does A Person Buy A Public Street In Edmonton?

How Does A Person Buy A Public Street In Edmonton?

09.24.2014
How can a private citizen buy a public road? It’s a question many have asked since city councillors voted Monday to close a section of...
Time To Retire These Signs, Says Councillor

Time To Retire These Signs, Says Councillor

09.24.2014
An Edmonton councillor would like to see the "City of Champions" slogan and signs retired. Ward 5 councillor Michael Oshry says the 10...
Hospital's Ebola Scare Response Troubling, Woman Says

Hospital's Ebola Scare Response Troubling, Woman Says

09.22.2014
An Edmonton woman says she is deeply concerned with how the Royal Alexandra Hospital dealt with what was originally suspected to be an...
Hospital ER Reopens After Ebola Ruled Out

Hospital ER Reopens After Ebola Ruled Out

09.22.2014
The Royal Alexandra Hospital emergency department is being re-opened after Ebola was ruled out as the cause of a patient's illness. The...
Albertans Rule At Setting World Records

Albertans Rule At Setting World Records

09.19.2014
It's been a world record-smashing kind of week in Calgary. This week alone, Calgarians captured Guinness World Records for Longest Lemonade...
Alberta Hospitals Gets Average Results Despite Highest Spending

Alberta Hospitals Gets Average Results Despite Highest Spending

09.19.2014
Alberta is by far the biggest spender in the country on hospital care, yet the provincial health system is producing only middling results,...
How This Alberta Man Fought A Photo Radar Ticket And Won

How This Alberta Man Fought A Photo Radar Ticket And Won

09.18.2014
A man who fought the law -- and won -- is hoping to inspire others to fight bad photo radar tickets after a rare victory in Whitecourt. "It's...
Couple Returns To Edmonton After 10 Years Of Biking The World

Couple Returns To Edmonton After 10 Years Of Biking The World

09.17.2014
Seventy-seven countries on six continents, and two bikes. That’s how Peter and Shahla Nygaard spent their last 10 years discovering...
Serious Wasp Encounters A Growing Problem In Edmonton

Serious Wasp Encounters A Growing Problem In Edmonton

09.16.2014
The Capital City’s waste management department has seen four serious wasp encounters already this year and it’s expecting even more. As...
Pack Of Dogs Attack Woman In Alley

Pack Of Dogs Attack Woman In Alley

09.15.2014
An Edmonton woman is in hospital after she was attacked by a pack of dogs in a north alley Sunday morning. The 54-year-old woman was...
Building Up Edmonton's 'Billion-Dollar Brand'

Building Up Edmonton's 'Billion-Dollar Brand'

09.15.2014
Edmonton’s image? Poor to nonexistent — it’s just not seen as a top-tier Canadian city, despite a metro population of 1.3 million...
What Will Downtown Edmonton Look Like At The End Of The Decade?

What Will Downtown Edmonton Look Like At The End Of The Decade?

09.14.2014
Downtown Edmonton is on a roll. Over the past several months, we’ve been hearing announcement after announcement for new office, residential...
'Dummy' Hangs Mannequin From Power Line

'Dummy' Hangs Mannequin From Power Line

09.12.2014
Strathcona Country Mounties are looking for the dummy who hung a mannequin from a power line, a prank they say endangered those who had...
Hancock Leaving Politics

Hancock Leaving Politics

Dean Bennett, The Canadian Press  09.12.2014
EDMONTON - Premier Dave Hancock — the political wise man and warhorse of Alberta's governing Progressive Conservatives — called it...