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"27.10.2016 04:42:24" edmontonjournal.com Oilers roll over Capitals with 4-1 victory In a test of strength between an NHL powerhouse and an up-and-coming team that wants to be one some day, the Edmonton Oilers snapped another measuring stick in half Wednesday. The Oilers stood toe-… The Oilers stood toe-to-toe with last year's President's Trophy winner, with their Vezina Trophy winner in net and perennial Rocket Richard Trophy winner snapping one timers from everywhere on the ice, and showed they can hang with the Washington
"27.10.2016 03:50:51" edmontonjournal.com Gary Lamphier: Autonomous vehicles are coming, but truckers will still be needed If you haven't seen the video yet, check it out. It was posted Tuesday on YouTube. By the time I filed this column Wednesday, it had already attracted more than 275,000 views. … Lamphier: Will Canadians eventually see automated trucks rumbling down the highways here? And could the technology put tens of thousands of truck drivers out of work, as some — including Finance Minister Bill Morneau — have suggested?
"27.10.2016 02:11:53" edmontonjournal.com Edmonton councillors OK metal detectors, bag searches, glass wall for council chambers Edmonton residents will soon have to pass metal detectors and undergo bag searches before entering council chambers in City Hall. Councillors also voted to build a half wall with a glass … Exclusive: Edmonton residents will soon have to pass metal detectors and undergo bag searches before entering council chambers in City Hall.
"27.10.2016 01:37:56" edmontonjournal.com Premier Rachel Notley tours Fort McMurray, names bridge after first responders, six months after wildfire Fort McMurray — No one gets nauseous visiting Darrin Eckel's neighbourhood anymore. For most of the summer, his Warren Way home was a moonscape of ash and debris covered in a white slurry stop… Even if rebuilding one home represents a small victory, it is a significant milestone in a process that will take years.
"27.10.2016 01:14:28" edmontonjournal.com Paula Simons: Restoring the jewel in the crown of Coronation Park Better to place a building in stasis, until you have the money and will to restore it, than to recklessly tear it down. Simons: It's a sensible plan for one of Edmonton's most quirky and beautiful works of public architecture ... The madness is that we've left it virtually abandoned for years.
"27.10.2016 00:51:23" edmontonjournal.com Desperately seeking legal advice: Man appeals to Internet for help after... Once he realized that a social media blunder might land him in trouble, an Edmonton man reached out to an even wider Internet audience looking for... “I live in Alberta, Canada,” begins the post published to Reddit.com. “In a state of fatigue I made a joke about a school shooting in an anonymous post on a social media around 2:30 a.m. ... "
"27.10.2016 00:45:15" edmontonjournal.com Oskayak Police Academy receives Wolf Project award for promoting cultural unity The Edmonton police Indigenous Relations Unit received a Wolf Award for promoting positive relations between cultural communities. Awarded by The Wolf Project — a Canadian organization that, since 1995, has worked to identify and celebrate individuals and organizations promoting understanding and respect between cultures and racial groups — this is the first time a Wolf Award has
"27.10.2016 00:34:10" edmontonjournal.com Residents fret over fate of former Royal Alberta Museum Supporters of the former Royal Alberta Museum received one tidbit of news to cheer about this week from the provincial government – the site will not be sold to a private developer. But about 75… The fate of the old museum is up in the air and the province is not ruling out demolishing the 50-year-old facility.
"26.10.2016 23:54:07" edmontonjournal.com New Edmonton waste-sorting app isn't a piece of garbage, councillor says City officials have finally found a mobile app city Coun. Andrew Knack likes. He railed about previous city apps, calling its $200,000 transit app “terrible” and $25… Does a pizza box go in the garbage or recycling? What about shredded paper?
"26.10.2016 23:50:09" canada.com Canada.com CFL Grey Cup Contest | canada.com Enter for your chance to win a trip for 2 to the 104th Grey Cup Game in Toronto! Enter for your chance to win a trip for 2 to the 104th Grey Cup Game in Toronto!
Contest ends November 1st.
"26.10.2016 23:10:51" edmontonjournal.com 'We're concerned': Construction industry bracing for tough times in 2017 Increased competition and tough times in the oilpatch mean some Alberta contractors will likely go bankrupt over the next few months, the president of the Edmonton Construction Associatio… Increased competition and tough times in the oilpatch mean some Alberta contractors will likely go bankrupt over the next few months, the president of the Edmonton Construction Association says.
"26.10.2016 22:39:50" edmontonjournal.com Man charged with murder in Fox Drive killing Edmonton police have charged a man with second-degree murder in a weekend homicide near Fox Drive. Connor James Miller, 21, was also charged with possession of a weapon for a dangerous purpose… Edmonton police have charged a man with second-degree murder in a weekend homicide near Fox Drive.
"26.10.2016 21:45:08" business.financialpost.com 'Long aftershock': Big Oil is retreating from Western Canada during... When an oil recovery does take hold in Western Canada, it will have to make do with a diminished presence of global oil players When an oil recovery does take hold in Western Canada, it will have to make do with a diminished presence of global oil players. #business
"26.10.2016 21:01:50" edmontonjournal.com Citadel unleashes a vision of rock future in Million Dollar Quartet On a December afternoon 60 years ago, four young musicians — rising stars at varying locations on the galactic career trajectory — happened to find themselves together in an indie recording studio … It's 1956. There's an impromptu jam sesson — with Elvis Presley, Johnny Cash, Carl Perkins and newcomer Jerry Lee Lewis. You can savour that moment with the Citadel's show Million Dollar Quartet.
"26.10.2016 20:38:44" edmontonjournal.com Machine gun seized after search of Edmonton murder suspect's Red Deer home An Edmonton murder suspect out on bail has been rearrested following a search of three central Alberta residences that turned up a number of drugs... In addition to the MAC-11, police seized two SKS rifles, two shotguns, a stolen sawed-off rifle, a loaded handgun, body armour and various rounds of ammunition.
"26.10.2016 19:40:14" edmontonjournal.com Edmonton police lay first manslaughter charge in connection with fentanyl overdose death Edmonton police has laid its first manslaughter charge in connection with a death caused by a fentanyl overdose. On Jan. 27, Edmonton police were called to a home near 33 Street and 18 Avenue … Following an autopsy and toxicology testing, it was determined that Szymon Kalich, 33, died of a fentanyl overdose.
"26.10.2016 18:31:14" business.financialpost.com Canadians spend more on Internet access than TV subscriptions for first... Revenue grew for Canada's Internet and wireless providers as data usage increased by more than 40 per cent for both fixed and mobile data in 2015 Revenue grew for Canada's Internet and wireless providers as data usage increased by more than 40 per cent for both fixed and mobile data in 2015. #business
"26.10.2016 18:30:37" ottawacitizen.com More than 100,000 Canadians unintentionally harmed during hospital stays Tens of thousands of people are unintentionally harmed in Canadian hospitals every year, according to new figures released by the Canadian... One out of 18 patients, or 138,000 people, suffered unintended harm in 2014-15 as a result of the hospital care they received, according to the report. #health
"26.10.2016 18:21:42" edmontonjournal.com Director of DiCaprio's climate change doc was 'really horrified' by scenes of Alberta oilsands Canada features prominently in Leonardo DiCaprio's new climate-change documentary “Before The Flood” and director Fisher Stevens said he was “really horrified” by scenes of the oilsands in northeastern Alberta. “Look, we all want work, we all need jobs — God knows. And it would be great if it was like: 'Now, we take all of these people and we replant all of that forest.' Wouldn't that be amazing?”
"26.10.2016 18:18:49" edmontonjournal.com Black bear with a taste for tuna damages SUV in southeastern B.C. FAIRMONT HOT SPRINGS — A Fairmont man has learned the hard way that a tuna-fish sandwich can lead to a lot of damage. RCMP say the victim left his sandwich in his SUV in the southeastern B.C., community. That wasn't a problem, until a black bear ambled Mounties say the bruin sniffed out the tasty morsel, then tore through the SUV's sunroof to reach it.
"26.10.2016 18:00:48" news.nationalpost.com 'Flapper Pie and a Blue Prairie Sky' Flapper Pie and a Blue Prairie Sky harkens back to the beloved dessert recipes that many Westerners enjoyed only after cleaning their dinner plates Edmonton blogger Karlynn Johnston launches her first cookbook. #life #food
"26.10.2016 17:31:36" Live down at Rogers Place.
"26.10.2016 17:30:23" driving.ca This vintage Citroën 2CV embodies cheerful simplicity If you can forgive the low-tech features and lack of horsepower, this car is the definition of driving in style driving.ca: Now this is what you'd call driving in style. #autos
"26.10.2016 17:00:44" news.nationalpost.com Avoid factory-made foods to protect family's health, says chef Michael... Smith shares a recipe for roll-ups made with real fruit that can be tucked into a child's lunchbox rather than purchasing the sugar-laden,... We've long been told that processed foods are bad for our health. But we continue to eat them. #life #health #food
"26.10.2016 16:00:59" news.nationalpost.com Vacation bliss in the South Pacific Aitutaki is the paradise you always dreamed but never quite believed could exist: uncrowded, inexpensive, safe and friendly, and stunningly... Visiting Aitutaki, paradise in the Cook Islands. #travel
"26.10.2016 15:54:28" Timeline Photos Edmonton Oilers Game Day Live! At 11:30 a.m. Jim Matheson breaks down tonight's contest against the Washington Capitals at Rogers Place. Bring your questions for Jim.
"26.10.2016 14:55:44" Timeline Photos Here is today's Malcolm Mayes cartoon.
"26.10.2016 14:52:59" edmontonjournal.com Overnight police presence in Hamptons related to search for suspect Police descended on the Hamptons neighbourhood in southwest Edmonton late Tuesday to search for a suspect. Social media reports of a home invasion in the area are not true, Edmonton police sai… Social media reports of a home invasion in the area are not true, Edmonton police said Wednesday morning.
"26.10.2016 14:30:45" driving.ca Things you should do now to survive winter's wrath There are things you can, and should, do yourself to get your vehicle prepared for winter driving.ca: The clock is ticking. Better get your car ready for winter before those first snowflakes fall. #autos
"26.10.2016 14:04:58" New smart bus app At an event celebrating live location technology on all 928 buses, Edmonton also officially endorsed a Montreal-based technology firm Transit, saying the company's mobile app is Edmonton's favourite and should be a go-to resource for any rider.
"26.10.2016 12:45:00" Preview: Oilers vs. Capitals The Oilers beat shut out the Winnipeg Jets on Sunday to give the team a 5-1 record. The Oilers take on Alexander Ovechkin and the Capitals at home on Wednesday.
"26.10.2016 12:21:26" edmontonjournal.com Fort McMurray wildfire: The Beast gets distilled into whisky A pallet of peated malt that escaped the Fort McMurray wildfire is set to be distilled into a whisky and christened with the name of the blaze it survived: The Beast. Wood Buffalo Brewing… Wood Buffalo Brewing Co. was struck by the idea of creating a signature spirit after discovering the 1,000 kilograms of malt had developed a new unique flavour thanks to being left on the side patio of the Morrison Street brew pub, absorbing the smoke
"26.10.2016 12:00:01" edmontonjournal.com Alberta patients with chronic pain worry about proposed new rules on opioids Proposed new rules to rein in doctors overprescribing opioid drugs could wind up doing more harm than good, particularly for Albertans who use such medications to manage chronic pain, a patient adv… “People are terrified they are going to lose their medication,” Barry Ulmer, executive director of the Chronic Pain Association of Canada, said Tuesday.
"26.10.2016 05:33:01" edmontonjournal.com Anger management ordered for punch to opposing soccer player An Edmonton man who punched an opposing soccer player in the face, shattering his orbital bone, during a men's league game was handed a community-based jail term Tuesday. Nimsi Evander Calder… Judge told accused that his criminal record would be a reminder to not resolve issues in the way he did.
"26.10.2016 05:00:02" edmontonjournal.com Eyewitness testifies at MMA fighter's manslaughter case An eyewitness to a deadly “one-hit knockout” outside an Edmonton pub tearfully testified Tuesday the accused killer appeared “very proud” and “impressed” by what… “He got punched. One hit to the face and he hit the floor,” eyewitness to incident outside Bonnie Doon pub tells jury in manslaughter trial.
"26.10.2016 03:49:04" edmontonjournal.com Entire Edmonton transit fleet outfitted for mobile app that tracks bus location in real time Designers behind one of the world's leading transit apps had to hack Edmonton's data system last year to make the city's live location updates easily available. But no l… Transit inks deal for better mobile app that shows when city buses will arrive
"26.10.2016 03:26:50" edmontonjournal.com Local fiddle legend reunited with 'irreplaceable' fiddle and banjo Crime doesn't pay, the old saying goes. That's especially true for thieves trying to sell the goods back to the person they were stolen from. Local fiddle legend Alfie Myhre h… Thief chose wrong store to try and sell stolen fiddle and banjo
"26.10.2016 01:21:39" edmontonjournal.com Edmonton's Patricia Motel given two years to complete demolition before building apartment complex Edmonton council approved a new plan this week for a resort-style 16-storey seniors' complex for the Patricia Motel site, but only if the old buildings are torn down within two year… Sixteen-storey seniors' complex approved for Forest Heights.
"26.10.2016 00:45:18" edmontonjournal.com After strong start to the season, time to see if the Oilers are for real Typically, when Oilers fans look at the schedule in late October and say, “Are you kidding me?” they don't mean it in a good way. Their team is usually taking on serious water at this point, scramb… The Oilers woke up 5-1 and first overall Monday morning, as well as first in the league in goals per game (3.83) and second overall in goal differential (plus 7).
"26.10.2016 00:33:31" edmontonjournal.com Politicians propose changes to make Alberta legislature family friendly Alberta politicians are considering ways to make the provincial legislature more family friendly by adding resources such as a family room and... Day care. Family rooms. High chairs in the cafeteria. An Alberta committee looks at making the legislature more family friendly
"26.10.2016 00:30:13" edmontonjournal.com Politicians propose changes to make Alberta legislature family friendly Alberta politicians are considering ways to make the provincial legislature more family friendly by adding resources such as a family room and... Family room. On-site day care. More high chairs in the cafeteria. An Alberta committee of MLAs has agreed to look at a number of proposals to make the Alberta Legislature more family friendly.
"26.10.2016 00:20:52" edmontonjournal.com Report says Alberta seniors suffer as care industry shifts more to private model A report on elder care says the Alberta government is behind on an overly modest goal. The report, produced by the Parkland Institute and funded in part by the Canadian Union of Public Employees, s… The government's promise to open 2,000 more public long-term care beds for seniors by 2019 is behind schedule and not a big enough goal, says a new report.
"25.10.2016 23:24:50" Timeline Photos Fog and freezing drizzle lead to hazardous driving conditions in central Alberta, Environment Canada warns http://ow.ly/dbz1305xas1
"25.10.2016 23:12:12" edmontonjournal.com Police identify man found dead near Fox Drive Edmonton police have identified a man found dead near Fox Drive last weekend as 19-year-old Christopher Fawcett. An autopsy completed Tuesday confirmed Fawcett died of stab wounds. Officers found t… Man, 19, identified as victim of homicide after body found near Fox Drive Saturday night.
"25.10.2016 21:49:04" edmontonjournal.com Cold Lake private Christian school board shut down over alleged $1-million mismanagement Other issues included conflict of interest as well as inappropriate expenses for babysitting and funeral expenses. Other issues included conflict of interest involving senior management as well as inappropriate expenses for babysitting and funeral expenses.
"25.10.2016 21:22:58" edmontonjournal.com The Shadow knows: Shadow Theatre turns 25 with a David Belke revival Starting a theatre is something like that; it's apt to take on a topsy-turvy life of its own. Take the remarkably zigzag case of Shadow. Twenty-five years ago, a couple of newly hatched theatre sch… Twenty-five years ago, a couple of newly hatched theatre school actors from the University of Alberta bonded over dark and edgy theatre. Happy 25th birthday to Shadow Theatre.
"25.10.2016 20:18:36" Timeline Photos Midas Letter in Argentina: Salta is ground zero for lithium http://natpo.st/2eOkpnF James West
"25.10.2016 19:54:00" Man arrested after threat against MacEwan University An online threat to “shoot up” MacEwan University was posted on social media platform Chillabit at around 3 a.m. on Tuesday. Video by Shaughn Butts
"25.10.2016 19:39:12" edmontonjournal.com New energy efficiency requirements added to Alberta's building code Alberta has joined most other provinces by adopting updated energy efficiency requirements to cut greenhouse gas emissions from new buildings. Buildings in the province put out 19 megatonnes o… The new rules, which take effect Nov. 1, will update or change codes for building, energy, electrical, elevators, gas, pressure vessels and private sewers.
They include energy-efficiency requirements for windows, lighting, insulation, heating and air
"25.10.2016 19:01:09" news.nationalpost.com Canadians leave 31 million vacation days unused each year: Study Canadians leave 31 million vacation days unused each year, according to the latest Vacation Deprivation survey from Expedia.ca Don't waste your vacation days; you've earned them! #travel
"25.10.2016 17:30:24" news.nationalpost.com 'Death with dignity' isn't just about easing end-of-life pain The latest research shows that terminally ill patients who seek aid in dying are less concerned about pain than about controlling the way they exit... A new study suggests terminally ill patients who seek aid in dying are more concerned about controlling how they exit the world than controlling pain. #health
"25.10.2016 17:30:22" edmontonjournal.com Colleen Murphy's Pig Girl wins the Governor General's Award Pig Girl, an audacious play that explores — no, confronts — a particularly brutal failure of our culture, has won this year's Governor General's Award in drama. Provoked by the horrifyi… U of A's playwright-in-residence Colleen Murphy has won the Governor General's Award for drama for her play Pig Girl, provoked by the horror of serial killer Robert Pickton.
"25.10.2016 17:01:20" news.nationalpost.com Living like the locals — in their homes Alex Pulaski: A year after visiting Puerto Vallarta, Mexico, we were eager to return. But this time, there would be no resorts. No swim-up bar In Puerto Vallarta, three rentals offer their own brand of adventure. #travel
"25.10.2016 16:48:58" edmontonjournal.com Keith Urban among headliners for Big Valley Jamboree's 25th anniversary It's bound to be one of the biggest parties of 2017. Country stars Keith Urban and Jason Aldean will headline the 25th anniversary of Big Valley Jamboree, Aug. 3 to 6, in Camrose. … If you missed Keith Urban at Rogers Place, you can catch him next summer at Big Valley Jamboree.
"25.10.2016 16:43:38" Flu shot season begins Clinics opened Monday across the province, with associate health minister Brandy Payne among the first to get the jab.
"25.10.2016 16:01:01" news.nationalpost.com Guy style: Top menswear trends about embracing colour, prints "I want guys to look a little more refined," Club Monaco's Matthew Millward says. "I think it's time for men to get a bit more polished again and a... “I think it's time for men to get a bit more polished again and a bit more chic.” #life #fashion
"25.10.2016 15:56:11" edmontonjournal.com MacEwan University downtown campus targeted by online threat 'EPS has been working with MacEwan to assess the threat and this is ongoing.' “As a result of the post, EPS has been working with MacEwan to assess the threat and this is ongoing. In response, the university has increased security and EPS will have a significant police presence in and around the university,” Beharry said.
"25.10.2016 15:01:03" news.nationalpost.com Preserving the Italian way From classic giardiniera and tomato puree to sour cherries in boozy syrup and fennel in agrodolce, Italian preserves illustrate a delicious... "Ripe summer tomatoes, citrus, sour cherries, artichokes and rapini – the Italian table is replete with preserved foods that represent a spirit of creativity and resourcefulness." #life #food
"25.10.2016 14:45:11" driving.ca Your Corner Wrench: Keeping your wheels on this winter A few simple steps will ensure that you aren't risking a loose wheel – or worse driving.ca: Switching to your winter tires soon? Don't forget to torque those lug nuts! #autos
"25.10.2016 14:41:57" edmontonjournal.com Dan Barnes: Edmonton-born Chicago Cubs pitcher a huge Oilers fan, just like his parents Owing to Edmonton roots and his parents' deep love for the Oilers, Rob Zastryzny started playing hockey as an eight-year-old in his hometown of Corpus Christie, Texas. “I was athletic e… Zastryzny, who was born in Edmonton but lived almost his entire life in Texas, had already grown to love baseball by then anyway, and soon decided to concentrate all his efforts on the game, to play every day. A dozen years later, the six-foot-three,
"25.10.2016 14:38:10" edmontonjournal.com Ontario nurse charged with eight counts of first degree murder in nursing home deaths The victims were aged 75 to 96, both male and female. Their deaths were from August 2007 to August of 2014 Ontario Provincial Police announced the charges against Elizabeth Tracey Mae Wettlaufer, 49, of Woodstock on Tuesday following a multi-jurisdictional probe involving long-term care homes in Woodstock and London.
"25.10.2016 14:19:25" Woodstock Sentinel-Review Death investigation update
"25.10.2016 13:13:43" Essential Tree sculpture installed outside Edmonton's Rogers P... Another ambitious piece of art has joined Alex Janvier's stunning Iron Foot Place mural at Edmonton's Rogers Place. Essential Tree, a sculpture assembled on Monday by welders, cranes and a team of artists, now adorns the north west plaza of the arena. The
"25.10.2016 12:38:19" edmontonjournal.com Edmonton councillor wants every city policy to consider women Starting this week, every provincial policy that goes to cabinet for approval must report on how it affects women and minorities. Already 850 employees — including all deputy and assistant dep… Gender-based analysis was developed as a way of recognizing the issues facing women go beyond typical “women's issues” of children and homemaking, said Lois Harder, chair of political science at the University of Alberta.
"25.10.2016 04:43:35" edmontonjournal.com Wayne Gretzky on his new book: 'I just want people to realize how great hockey is' To mark the 99th anniversary of the National Hockey League, Wayne Gretzky penned a memoir of Canada's game. Wayne Gretzky: "It was a privilege and honour to play the game and the thing that I love about the new young players in the game"
"25.10.2016 04:00:01" edmontonjournal.com Edmonton soldier sentenced to seven years in prison for sex crimes A tearful Edmonton soldier who admitted getting sexual favours from his underage stepdaughter in exchange for extended curfews was sentenced Monday to seven years in prison. The 39-year-old, who ca… Judge says aggravating factors were that the sex crimes against the “vulnerable” teen happened over an extensive period of time, there was a degree of premeditation and the man had abused a position of trust.
"25.10.2016 03:26:00" edmontonjournal.com Jury trial starts for MMA fighter accused of manslaughter in bar fight death A jury trial began Monday for an Edmonton Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) fighter charged with manslaughter for an alleged deadly altercation outside a pub in Bonnie Doon in 2014. Justin Mark Nanaquawetun… “It was at this time he met his untimely death”
"25.10.2016 02:40:00" edmontonjournal.com Fog could reduce visibility to near zero for drivers in Edmonton and area Near zero visibility in fog is expected or occurring, Environment Canada warned Monday. Patchy fog lingered across central Alberta Monday afternoon and is expected to become more widespread with vi… Patchy fog lingered across central Alberta Monday afternoon and is expected to become more widespread with visibilities at times near zero in fog.
"25.10.2016 02:30:00" edmontonjournal.com Paula Simons: It may be time to thaw Alberta's tuition freeze No one wants to pay more tuition. But keeping rates flat for a decade carries its own price. What politician — and what NDP government — could ever champion a tuition increase, especially in this grim a year? It's easier to pass the burden to post-secondary institutions already under pressure.
"25.10.2016 02:02:00" edmontonjournal.com National NDP support for Alberta Premier Rachel Notley surprises pollsters A new poll shows NDP voters across the country widely back Premier Rachel Notley despite her rejection of the controversial Leap Manifesto. “We were surprised by how strongly Premier Notley scored with NDP voters. I would have expected her to score a little lower … simply because she represents to a certain extent now resource development in Canada.”
"25.10.2016 01:15:00" canada.com Canada.com CFL Grey Cup Contest | canada.com Enter for your chance to win a trip for 2 to the 104th Grey Cup Game in Toronto! Enter for your chance to win a trip for 2 to the 104th Grey Cup Game in Toronto!
Contest ends November 1st.
"25.10.2016 00:28:27" edmontonjournal.com 'I don't think these people want to work': Alberta Opposition slams NDP... Wildrose MLA Don MacIntyre says it's “deplorable” that a committee overseeing resource stewardship in Alberta essentially voted against oral... "All I'm asking for is that when a committee obviously has time, that the committee be given the liberty of a grown-up group of adults that are elected as MLAs, to say, 'You know what, troops? We've got the time, let's listen.' "
"25.10.2016 00:26:03" Timeline Photos 'I don't think these people want to work': Alberta Opposition slams NDP members of resource committee http://ow.ly/IoOn305uQ39
"25.10.2016 00:18:02" edmontonjournal.com One person dead after crash in Edmonton's north end One person is dead after a collision in the city's north end on Monday. The late afternoon crash at 97 Street and 160 Avenue closed the area to motorists and caused traffic delays during… The late afternoon crash at 97 Street and 160 Avenue closed the area to motorists and caused traffic delays during the evening commute.
"24.10.2016 23:41:18" edmontonjournal.com Police investigate possible hate crime after anti-Islam flyers... Anti-Islamic flyers slipped anonymously into mailboxes in north Edmonton have at least one resident worried about extreme right-wing activity in... “The first thought I had when I saw this is what does this mean for my daughter because she could be at school hanging out with her friends and somebody radical decides to do something stupid.”
"24.10.2016 23:31:19" edmontonjournal.com Police investigate possible hate crime after anti-Islam flyers circulated in north Edmonton Anti-Islamic flyers slipped anonymously into mailboxes in north Edmonton have at least one resident worried about extreme right-wing activity in the area and a local Muslim group calling for police… The flyer, a wanted poster for “Prophet Muhammad,” calls on people to report “followers” to the “local infidel office.”
"24.10.2016 23:27:38" edmontonjournal.com Italian photographer acquitted in slingshot bus shelter vandalism case Charges were dismissed Monday against an Italian photographer accused of smashing out the glass of an Edmonton bus shelter with a slingshot and marbles. Provincial court Judge Harry Bridges told co… The judge said the evidence left him with a “reasonable doubt” because nobody else had testified about who had actually shot the marble
"24.10.2016 22:26:49" edmontonjournal.com Man charged with careless driving after fatal Henday crash A man has been charged with careless driving after a crash Oct. 7 on Anthony Henday Drive killed another driver. Tony Thibodeau, 44, was charged after his southbound Dodge Ram pickup cros… Police said better barriers separating the north and southbound lanes could have prevented the death.
"24.10.2016 19:49:36" edmontonjournal.com Fossil poaching threatens scientific study, says University of Alberta researcher A University of Alberta researcher who has been excavating a site in Mongolia says fossil poaching threatens to destroy evidence central to scientific study. “It gets to the point to where yo… “It gets to the point to where you're walking around … from poached site to poached site,” said Gregory Funston. “We come across sites where you can tell there was a beautiful skeleton that has been hacked to pieces.”
"24.10.2016 19:48:29" edmontonjournal.com Fort McMurray Public School District announces clown costume ban Clown costumes of any kind are not to be worn in school or on school property this year, the Fort McMurray Public School District (FMPSD) announced Friday. In a statement FMPSD superintendent Doug … In a statement FMPSD superintendent Doug Nicholls cited several reports about threats by individuals dressed as clowns “both locally and internationally.” Some of these actions have resulted in criminal charges, Nicholls continued.
"24.10.2016 18:45:13" The Province B.C.'s own Dean Brody is in the house! The country singer is chatting with reporter Aleesha Harris and performing live on our Facebook page.
Post your questions for Brody in the Comments below. B.C.'s Dean Brody is in the house! The country singer is chatting with reporter Aleesha Harris and performing live on our Facebook page.
Post your questions for Brody in the Comments below.
"24.10.2016 18:01:06" news.nationalpost.com Mini shepherd's pies from latest Canadian Living cookbook This recipe can be prepared ahead of time, with the results covered and refrigerated for up to two days before baking There are three ways to ensure that you can turn out dinner in a hurry. #life #food
"24.10.2016 17:42:30" edmontonjournal.com Bus driver to blame for Edmonton child being dropped off far from stop, says Catholic district A failure to follow procedures is to blame for an Edmonton kindergartner being dropped off kilometres from his stop, says a statement from Edmonton Catholic Schools. “Using seating plans so t… “Edmonton Catholic Schools met with the family last week and conveyed our sincere apology to the student and family that this happened. We are working with the bus company and driver as we believe strongly that this family should receive an apology from
"24.10.2016 17:24:32" edmontonjournal.com Dennis Oland to be tried a second time for murder in 2011 death of wealthy New Brunswick father w Brunswick's Court of Appeal has overturned Dennis Oland's conviction for the second-degree murder of his millionaire father, and ordered a new trial. The appeal court rejected Oland's claim that the verdict was unreasonable, but found the trial judge did not properly instruct the jury on evidence around the jacket Oland was wearing the day of the murder.
"24.10.2016 17:02:54" edmontonjournal.com Fashion With Compassion celebrates 20 years Fashion With Compassion is about to celebrate 20 years of support for Sorrentino's Compassion House and the safe, affordable space it has provided to more than 1,500 women during their battles with… Fashion With Compassion is one of the key fundraisers for Edmonton's Compassion House, helping women battling breast cancer. It's back with two events this week.
"24.10.2016 17:00:59" news.nationalpost.com East meets West Here are some of our favourite ways to add a bit of Eastern flair to our everyday meals Give familiar flavours a fresh twist with simple ingredients. #life #food
"24.10.2016 16:15:36" edmontonjournal.com Notorious B.C. killer Kelly Ellard gets pregnant while serving life sentence for murder She is one of B.C.'s best-known killers – found guilty of brutally beating and drowning a teenage girl under a Victoria bridge in 1997. Despite serving a life sentence in prison for killing 14-year-old Reena Virk, Ellard is now about eight months pregnant, Postmedia News has learned.
"24.10.2016 16:15:14" driving.ca Insurance changes make fine print more important than ever After a near-death accident, Adam Bari discovered his insurance coverage had shrunk, just 12 hours previously, from $2 million to $86,000 driving.ca: Yes, fine-print is ridiculously tedious. But ignore it at your peril. #autos
"24.10.2016 16:00:59" news.nationalpost.com The stethoscope may be on its last lub-dub The humble, iconic symbol of medicine risks becoming obsolete, squeezed out by upstart, miniaturized, palm-sized ultrasound devices The stethoscope is now 200 years old; and it's likely new, portable ultrasound devices could soon replace it. #health
"24.10.2016 15:00:59" news.nationalpost.com New York immigration museum recalls when Italian, Irish were the... In millions of places across the country this election year, Americans are having heated debates about foreigners — the potential terrorists,... "Step into the time portal of New York's Tenement Museum, walk on its faded carpets and wander across the ages into the recreated homes of immigrant families named Moore, Gumpertz and Baldizzi." #travel
"24.10.2016 14:25:41" edmontonjournal.com Controversial penalty gives FC Edmonton win over Jacksonville Armada FC FC Edmonton will take the gift and move on. The local North American Soccer League club was not about to argue the manner of their 1-0 victory over the Jacksonville Armada FC on Sunday at Clarke St… “I think over the piece, over the 90 minutes, we deserved the three points (for win),” said FC Edmonton head coach Colin Miller. “Controversial? It's not for me to decide. I'm very, very pleased with the performance, because we had to make a lot of
"24.10.2016 14:20:50" Edmonton Journal's cover photo
"24.10.2016 13:30:23" Fox Drive death Police are investigating a suspicious death at a popular recreation area near Fox Drive in southwest Edmonton. Video by Larry Wong
"24.10.2016 13:09:32" edmontonjournal.com Abandoned shopping carts drive Edmonton man buggy If there's one thing that drives Rick Belsher buggy, it's abandoned shopping carts that make his neighbourhood resemble a store parking lot. As a retiree and ardent volunteer litter-… “I've spent 57 hours picking up 38 bags of garbage, had this area cleaned up and there's these bloody shopping carts left all over the place,” Belsher said.
"24.10.2016 12:24:21" edmontonjournal.com AHS calls for scaling back of Misericordia Hospital project The report, obtained by Postmedia through an access to information request, sheds light on the volume of work needed to address the capital's badly neglected health infrastructure. Alberta Health Services is calling for redevelopment plans at the Misericordia Community Hospital to be put on hold for another 20 to 30 years, in part to steer funding to several other massive health projects in Edmonton.
"24.10.2016 04:42:06" edmontonjournal.com Police spot house fire, alert people inside Police officers who happened to drive by an Alberta Avenue house spotted a fire Sunday evening and hustled several people outside, said an Edmonton... Five people are now displaced from the two suites in the house.
"24.10.2016 03:52:18" edmontonjournal.com Dozens search for missing Saddle Lake woman More than 30 people scoured fields and bushes near Saddle Lake Sunday looking for a missing woman. An air search planned for Sunday has been rescheduled for Monday due to bad weather, RCMP K Division spokesman Staff Sgt. Jeremie Landry said.
"24.10.2016 03:15:08" edmontonjournal.com Dan Barnes: Oilers, Jets take it outside on a memorable evening WINNIPEG — Get past the comically loud boards, the eye-black stained faces, toque-topped goalers and 33,240 fans basking in Manitoba sunshine... Different sums this one up pretty well, right down to the weather delay.
"24.10.2016 02:25:05" edmontonjournal.com Mom wants changes after school bus drops kindergartner 24 blocks from... “It was hard to drive. I couldn't breathe. My stomach was upset.” "It was hard to drive. I couldn't breathe. My stomach was upset," Cardinal said.
"24.10.2016 01:25:06" edmontonjournal.com Adarius Bowman breaks own Eskimos record with 116 catches VANCOUVER – Adarius Bowman is really catching on to this whole 'club records' thing. While his 89 yards and a touchdown in Saturday's 32-25 loss to... With 116 catches for career bests of 1,698 yards and nine touchdowns, the nine-year CFL veteran has broken the previous club record of 112 catches he set on the way to leading the league with 1,456 yards in 2014.
"24.10.2016 00:34:18" edmontonjournal.com Here's why doctors shouldn't be the only ones administering assisted death Physicians have long argued that helping people die is contrary to their ethics and the ancient oaths of their profession. Two decades after... Physicians have long argued that helping people die is contrary to their ethics and the ancient oaths of their profession.
"23.10.2016 23:54:45" edmontonjournal.com Oilers shut out Jets 3-0 at Heritage Classic It was a balmy (we're talking Winnipeg in October, folks) 10.1 C for the 33,000 white-shirted, full-throated Jets' fans at puck-drop Sunday... After a two-hour delay because the sun's glare was apparently an NHL safety issue for the players — the full-house who left their parkas at home had no complaints — the Oilers continued their hot early-season run.
"23.10.2016 22:37:31" edmontonjournal.com Edmonton Opera's magical Turandot a must-see Imagine a cross between Game of Thrones, the iconic fairy-tale illustrations of Kay Nielsen, and Ingmar Bergman's famous film version of The Magic... Journal reviewer Mark Morris says those who have never been to an opera will be bowled over by the fabulous sets and costumes in Edmonton Opera's Turandot.
"23.10.2016 22:34:31" edmontonjournal.com Edmonton Opera's magical Turandot a must-see Imagine a cross between Game of Thrones, the iconic fairy-tale illustrations of Kay Nielsen, and Ingmar Bergman's famous film version of The Magic... Those who have never been to an opera will be bowled over by the fabulous sets and costumes. Puccini lovers will experience some revelations in Graham's interpretation of the title role. And Pomeroy's singing is on a level few Canadian tenors can
"23.10.2016 21:44:30" edmontonjournal.com Homeless event helps hundreds of Edmontonians with basic services Hundreds of Edmonton's most vulnerable residents were treated to a day of the most basic services from head to toe Sunday. Next to the temporary hair salon at the Shaw Conference Centre where dozens lined up for haircuts, another popular stop was the foot-care station.
"23.10.2016 21:07:46" Our reporter Claire Theobald was at the scene of a suspicious death as police combed the area for clues Sunday afternoon.
"23.10.2016 19:42:35" edmontonjournal.com Edmonton pickup basketball players still having a ball after 45 years Don Kuiken has been playing with the same Edmonton pickup basketball team since Alberta had a Social Credit government They referee themselves. They used to divide whoever showed up into roughly similar teams of shirts and skins.
However, schools didn't like all that naked flesh, so now it's light shirts against dark shirts
"23.10.2016 19:21:36" edmontonjournal.com High-speed wizardry with Potted Potter The show that arrives here next week on a Canadian tour takes sharing to a new and crazily challenging extreme. In Potted Potter: The Unauthorized... All seven Harry Potters in 70 minutes? Crazy! You can catch Potted Potter next weekend in Edmonton.
"23.10.2016 18:02:30" edmontonjournal.com Police investigate after 19-year-old man found dead near Fox Drive Edmonton police completely closed Fox Drive Saturday night as they investigated an incident. A 21-year-old suspect was picked up by police nearby, however no charges have been laid at this time.
"23.10.2016 16:39:40" edmontonjournal.com Sum 41's Deryck Whibley adds up the joys of sobriety The punk frontman celebrates a new album, the return of guitarist Dave Baksh, and the excitement of performing. Sum 41 in town on Tuesday.
"23.10.2016 16:23:46" edmontonjournal.com SNL's final debate parody skewers Trump's 'bad hombres' and creepy comments about Ivanka Alec Baldwin again adopts his brutish and offensive portrayal of the Republican nominee in the latest Saturday Night Live skit to mock the presidential debate. Watch it here If you need a laugh today
"23.10.2016 14:25:26" edmontonjournal.com Edmonton police renew $40,000 awards for unsolved homicides from 2004 The first involved Mir Hussain, a 44-year-old parking attendant stabbed during an argument while on duty at 121 Street and 104 Avenue. Rewards still on the table for these unsolved homicides
"23.10.2016 05:29:52" edmontonjournal.com Victim in critical condition after incident on Fox Drive Edmonton police completely closed Fox Drive Saturday night as they investigated an incident. Edmonton police completely closed Fox Drive Saturday night as they investigated an incident.
"23.10.2016 05:00:26" edmontonjournal.com FC Edmonton look to finish off strong at home Sunday marks the final home game on the schedule for FC Edmonton, yet the local North American Soccer League team is hoping to play at least one... “I think it's important to try and be hitting the playoffs in top stride, so we want to finish off the last two games of the season playing well, and hopefully, that carries on into our playoff games,” said FC Edmonton midfielder Ben Fisk.
"23.10.2016 03:55:21" edmontonjournal.com Eskimos lose to Lions, likely heading East for playoffs VANCOUVER – There will be no long winning streak to end the season for the Edmonton Eskimos this time around. And there likely won't be a home... The 22,831 in the stands at BC Place Stadium saw a three-game win streak come to an end for Edmonton – who wrapped up last year's run to the playoffs with eight straight wins.
"23.10.2016 03:26:41" edmontonjournal.com RCMP probes B.C.'s Shuswap First Nation finances The RCMP is investigating the finances of a tiny B.C. First Nation band that were used to enrich members of a single family to the tune of $4.2... The Shuswap First Nation's transfers to the family, as well as additional funding for trips to Las Vegas and Cuba, ended in November of 2014 when the family was voted out of office following Postmedia's disclosure of the family's lavish salaries.
"23.10.2016 02:55:24" edmontonjournal.com Precision Drilling rehires 1,000 people as oilfield activity improves The company said during an earnings call Friday the company was in 'the early stages of this rebound' and had reactivated 53 rigs in North America President and CEO Kevin Neveu said during an earnings call Friday the company was in “the early stages of this rebound” and had reactivated 53 rigs in North America and re-hired 1,000 employees. He said the majority of those oilfield workers had
"23.10.2016 02:31:16" edmontonjournal.com Selanne of course gets alumni winner for Jets over Oilers In fitting fashion, Teemu Selanne gets the winner for the Jets over the Oilers in the Heritage Classic alumni game It was all good stuff, the weather was fantastic (11.2 degrees C) at puck drop, Investors Group Field was close to full, there were lots of goals and giggles and the biggest winner was a 50-50 fan who went home with $155,000
"23.10.2016 02:02:02" edmontonjournal.com Get used to the 'job churn' of short-term employment and career changes,... The finance minister told delegates that high employee turnover and short-term contract work will continue in young people's lives The remark also comes just three days after the Bank of Canada delivered bad news for the economy, downgrading the country's growth outlook yet again.
"23.10.2016 01:13:03" edmontonjournal.com Dan Barnes: Thanks to McDavid, Oilers can better hold their own against... WINNIPEG – Organizers of the original Heritage Classic shoe-horned the alumni game and a regular season National Hockey League tilt between the... “That's the Connor McDavid factor,” said Craig MacTavish, who scored a goal for the Oilers alumni in their 6-5 loss to the Jets oldtimers. “Everybody wants to see that guy play hockey live, and he seldom disappoints."
"23.10.2016 00:22:41" edmontonjournal.com Norquest College's unique program working with inmates to be featured at... It's a long way from the inside of an Edmonton prison to a conference in Bucharest. For Adrian LaChance, he's getting there one relationship at a... “Our workshop theme is called Ahkameyimok (pronounced a-gah-MAY-moke). In the Cree language, when you translate into English, it means 'Don't give up, keep trying,'” said LaChance.
"22.10.2016 23:41:34" edmontonjournal.com Connor McDavid is excited to play outdoor game Connor McDavid never had a backyard rink of his dreams so this game at Group Investors Field in Winnipeg is fun for him “We tried to have a rink one winter but we had a small backyard. We wanted a pool and my dad wanted a deck and a hot tub and that kind of put a dent in the whole backyard thing,” chuckled McDavid.
"22.10.2016 22:35:03" edmontonjournal.com Alberta rescue dogs and handlers join Haiti's post-hurricane search efforts Weeks after hurricane Matthew made landfall in Haiti, Edmonton-based search and rescuers are on the ground scouring the rubble for survivors. Fulton and Montier are travelling to these isolated areas to recover bodies still trapped in the rubble and collect information such as the number of dead and injured, while assessing the needs of survivors who have thus far been cut off from aid.
"22.10.2016 21:09:19" edmontonjournal.com Historical prostitution convictions set aside in appeal of assault case 'We find it very sad that these three charges were conceded on a narrow point in history that was reversed a year later.' Neither of the accused's sentences are being reduced as a result of the prostitution-related convictions being set aside and both men are in prison.
"22.10.2016 20:13:43" edmontonjournal.com Long-awaited firehall a relief for Edmonton's Lewis Estates area Three years after a trio of homes in Lewis Estates were destroyed by flames that left some wondering if the loss would have less if firefighters were stationed closer, a new firehall has opened in … In May 2013, a few blocks away from the new hall, a fire destroyed three homes on at 213 Street and 88 Avenue.
"22.10.2016 17:51:17" edmontonjournal.com Edmonton board game enthusiasts look for cool places to hang out Justin Bourassa sips on a latte, carefully considering a handful of cards and his next turn. This isn't Hearts or Gin Rummy, but an award-winning card game called simply The Game. It's part of a ho… Games. Games on boards.
"22.10.2016 17:22:44" edmontonjournal.com Gary Lamphier: New mortgage rules will drive rental demand, real estate analyst Don Campbell says Don Campbell is the founding partner and senior analyst at the Real Estate Investment Network, which has provided analysis on Canada's real estate markets for over 20 years. In… In an interview Thursday, Campbell offered his views on the likely impact on Canada's housing markets of the federal government's new mortgage rules and the proposed hike in immigration levels
"22.10.2016 16:30:00" edmontonjournal.com Affair of the art: After 50 years influencing Edmonton's art scene, Douglas Udell is on to new adventures Is that a look of surprise flickering across the faces of the trio of startling neon-orange bears who guard the portals of the Douglas Udell Gallery? They have their reasons. Inside, stacks of canv… The Douglas Udell Gallery (and its predecessors, the Art Mart, the Woltjen-Udell Gallery and the Downstairs Gallery) is how Edmonton first met some of Canada's most innovative and now iconic talents
"22.10.2016 15:52:23" edmontonjournal.com Concert review: Winspear Centre sparkles with Purity Ring's otherworldly synth-pop and gorgeous light show As a music fan, nothing quite warms the heart like watching some hometown heroes destroy one of your city's most venerable institutions. Purity Ring did just that at the Winspear Centre on Fr… But with each return to Edmonton, Purity Ring's chilly, choppy and childlike tracks feel even more ethereal, even more sinister, even more colossal
"22.10.2016 15:07:10" edmontonjournal.com Mountie suffering PTSD following Mayerthorpe massacre battles discharge from RCMP A Mayerthorpe RCMP officer with PTSD claims his dismissal from the force violates his constitutional rights. Former constable Trevor Josok was dismissed June 13, 2016, more than a decade after the tragic shooting that triggered a “disabling condition” that forced him to take a medical leave.
"22.10.2016 14:47:21" edmontonjournal.com University of Alberta pushes back on tuition freeze, calling it 'unsustainable' The NDP government's continuation of a tuition freeze in Alberta is not sitting well with the province's largest university — its president says freezes are “unsustainable. Uni… “The public policy to freeze tuition, that's fine, but there's cost and … someone has to pay for it”
"22.10.2016 04:45:12" edmontonjournal.com Former $10-million lottery winner fined, put on probation in... An Edmonton man who once won a $10-million Lotto 6/49 jackpot was fined $5,000 Friday for giving an OxyContin pill to a female undercover police... “This is a very sad case,” said Pentelechuk, ruling it was “out of character” when Underwood “stupidly” gave the undercover officer an OxyContin pill, and saying he poses no danger to the community.
"22.10.2016 04:09:47" edmontonjournal.com Six people sent to hospital with carbon monoxide poisoning Edmonton Fire Rescue is warning of the dangers of carbon monoxide poisoning after six people were sent to hospital early Friday. “Carbon... Alberta Health Services and Fire Rescue responded to a call at about 7 a.m. on 105 Street and 38 Avenue.
"22.10.2016 03:46:43" edmontonjournal.com RCMP identify man's body found in burned motel last Sunday in Bashaw BASHAW — RCMP have confirmed the identity of a body found in the ruins of a motel that burned Oct. 9 in central Alberta. Barinder Singh Tiwana, 54,... Barinder Singh Tiwana, 54, was identified through the use of DNA.
"22.10.2016 03:27:03" edmontonjournal.com Take Back the Night rally aims to wipe out sexual and domestic violence More than 50 people gathered Friday to Take Back the Night, marching through downtown Edmonton to raise awareness about violence against women.... “As a woman walking alone at night, I don't feel secure, you are looking over your shoulder crossing the street.”
"22.10.2016 02:56:58" edmontonjournal.com Gary Lamphier: New mortgage rules will drive rental demand, real estate... Don Campbell is the founding partner and senior analyst at the Real Estate Investment Network, which has provided analysis on Canada's real estate... "The chartered banks are going to win because the new rules are in essence an interest rate increase, without having the Bank of Canada raise their key rate."
"22.10.2016 02:20:48" edmontonjournal.com Graham Thomson: Albertans don't want a carbon tax — unless there's a reward Albertans might not like the idea of a price on carbon but they'll support it if there's a reward at the end of the day, namely a new energy pipeline. Ask people if they want higher taxes and they'll likely say no. Ask them if they'll support a new tax that can help boost the provincial economy and they're more likely to say yes.
"22.10.2016 01:43:44" edmontonjournal.com Steve Staios and Ryan Smyth remember The Big Freeze Steve Staios, now GM of the junior Hamilton Bulldogs, was the Oilers scoring big gun at the last Heritage Classic outdoor game “It was a funny night. We had these big heaters on the bench as I remember and it was too hot there, then you had to go onto the ice (for 40 second shifts) and you froze. I had a heat pack in my skates.”
"22.10.2016 01:20:26" edmontonjournal.com The Press Gallery #155: The Preaching To The Choir edition Join host, legislative reporter Emma Graney, along with guests Sarah O'Donnell, the Journal's opinion page editor, city columnist Paula Simons and... This week, Premier Rachel Notley took to a Calgary stage, in front of a specially invited audience, for a State of the Province address. The Press Gallery team takes a look at what she said and what it means.
"22.10.2016 00:46:54" edmontonjournal.com Cops renew call for Crown attorneys to take over bail hearings as Wynn's... A bill that would close a “glaring loophole” in Alberta's bail application process has come one step closer to becoming law. Named for RCMP Const. David Wynn, who was fatally shot at the Apex Casino in St. Albert on Jan. 17, 2015, Wynn's Law would make it mandatory for the Crown to disclose at bail hearings an accused's criminal record, outstanding charges and past failures to
"22.10.2016 00:10:33" Terwillegar Park Footbridge Dignitaries officially opened the $24.5-million Terwillegar Park Footbridge in southwest Edmonton more than two years after construction began in August 2014.
"21.10.2016 23:57:12" edmontonjournal.com Paula Simons: With aerial park plan, Snow Valley hopes to scale new heights “It's going to be in the middle of the trees with a view of the Whitemud Creek. It's going to be busy as all get out.” There would be three layers of climbing challenges and other quirky activities stacked on top of each other, on a sort of giant jungle gym which can hold up to 160 climbers at a time.
"21.10.2016 23:22:12" edmontonjournal.com Dan Barnes: NHL outdoor game in Winnipeg, like all of them, has roots in... On Sunday, the 18th offspring of that memorable 2003 marriage between Edmonton winter and Oilers innovation will enter the hockey world. It will be yet another nod to the game's romanticized dream; to the pond, sticks in the middle, chilblains, hot chocolate, tuques under helmets and a walk home in the dark. And yes, to hockey's corporate reality.
"21.10.2016 22:41:57" edmontonjournal.com Oilers' fan hopes for exception after discovering 50/50 win too late When Clayton Hinkey realized he was holding the winning 50/50 raffle ticket from Sunday's Oilers game, the nearly $68,000 prize seemed to good to... “I (went from) dancing around to absolutely dejected failure within 30 minutes."
"21.10.2016 22:12:45" edmontonjournal.com New southwest Edmonton footbridge opens up river valley The blue ribbon strung across the new Terwillegar Park Footbridge had not even been snipped when a party of eager hikers crossed from the other end... Designers chose “stressed-ribbon” technology to make a span that is essentially a high-tech rope suspension bridge, except it uses steel cables embedded inside concrete panels that form a slim-profile deck 46.5 centimetres thick.
"21.10.2016 21:37:56" edmontonjournal.com Family dog found dead two days after fatal crash A beloved family pet hoped missing after a fatal crash that killed a mother and sister and injured two children has been found dead. Two days later, police said the dog had been located deceased, hidden under bushes near the crash site.
"21.10.2016 20:38:04" edmontonjournal.com Edmonton board game enthusiasts look for cool places to hang out Justin Bourassa sips on a latte, carefully considering a handful of cards and his next turn. This isn't Hearts or Gin Rummy, but an award-winning card game called simply The Game. It's part of a ho… Remember playing Monopoly at the cabin? That's so '60s. Board gamers now have five board game cafés where they can hang out and play in the Edmonton area.
"21.10.2016 19:23:50" edmontonjournal.com Former Stony Plain Mountie charged with fraud, theft on the job A former Stony Plain RCMP officer is facing theft and fraud charges after a probe by the province's police watchdog. The Alberta Serious Incident Response Team (ASIRT) began an investiga… ASIRT alleges that on Oct. 27, 2014, the officer engaged in insurance fraud by creating a false hit and run collision report that he submitted to his insurance company for the purpose of obtaining insurance money.
"21.10.2016 17:57:21" edmontonjournal.com Sum 41's Deryck Whibley adds up the joys of sobriety The punk frontman celebrates a new album, the return of guitarist Dave Baksh, and the excitement of performing. Sandra Sperounes asked Sum 41's Deryck Whibley: What's it like to tour sober? "It's really cool. It's actually better, to be honest. We've been touring this whole year, so it's not really new to me. At first, I was really nervous because I kind of
"21.10.2016 17:00:54" news.nationalpost.com Tourists overwhelm famous, curving San Francisco street 'The Crookedest Street in the World' has become so thronged with gawkers that residents say it feels more like an overcrowded amusement park than a... It's kind of hard to experience the sharp zig-zagging of San Francisco's Lombard Street with all those tourists jamming it up. #travel
"21.10.2016 16:45:02" NAIT Log Rolling Club Campus Recreation services at NAIT hosted a Log Rolling competition to encourage students to visit the pool and experience something new. NAIT
"21.10.2016 16:30:34" news.nationalpost.com Daniel the emotional support duck takes his first plane ride, soars in... Mark Essig was settling into his flight when he noticed an unusual passenger boarding the plane. It was a duck. Making his way down the aisle. "It was a duck. Making his way down the aisle. Wearing red shoes. And a Captain America diaper." #health
"21.10.2016 15:00:36" news.nationalpost.com Fiery Filipino slaw is just delicious This slaw recipe from Filipino restaurant Bad Saint features an addictive combination of colour and crunch, subtle heat and sweet relief It takes some work to make this salad. But it's worth it. #life #food
"21.10.2016 14:50:11" business.financialpost.com Alberta needs to cut mutual fund fees and hold off on CPP to retire at 70 Self-employed Helen has a modest plan in mind for her golden years, but expensive investment products and no company pension are weighing on her... At 65, self-employed Helen has a modest plan in mind for her golden years, but expensive investment products and no company pension are weighing on her budget #business
"21.10.2016 14:30:21" driving.ca Motor Mouth: The upsides of car-sharing are questionable Read between the lines of a recent study and you'll notice those who car-share tend to drive more, not less driving.ca: Theoretically, car-sharing cuts down on driving. Turns out, the exact opposite might be happening – it's encouraging more people to drive. #autos
"21.10.2016 14:03:24" Post game: Oilers 3 Blues 1 Edmonton Oilers head coach Todd McLellan talks about the strong game his team had against the St. Louis Blues, including goaltender Cam Talbot.
"21.10.2016 12:43:42" edmontonjournal.com Our Lady Peace and I Mother Earth bring back the '90s at Shaw Conference Centre In 1994, I Mother Earth took a relatively unknown band, Our Lady Peace, on tour across Canada. Twenty-two years later, the two are in the middle of another trek — headlined by Our Lady Peace a… More than 3,000 fans — some still dressed in flannel, a few accompanied by their children — took in the '90s love-in during Thursday night's stop at the Shaw Conference Centre.
"21.10.2016 12:24:54" edmontonjournal.com Adjustments to downtown parking aims to relieve pressure from Rogers Place Edmonton parking officials have committed to re-evaluate the decision to charge for all on-street parking downtown on Rogers Place event nights. Trying to juggle needs and hockey-fan expe… Trying to juggle needs and hockey-fan expectations, they're also opening more on-street stalls near the embattled Lingnan Restaurant and bringing in tighter restrictions for Central McDougall's residential neighbourhood.
"21.10.2016 04:35:34" edmontonjournal.com Wacky bus shelter vandalism case in court A bizarre case involving an Italian photographer and an Edmonton woman accused of smashing out the glass of city bus shelters with a slingshot and... Autera tearfully denied breaking the bus shelter glass and testified the sling shot and marbles found in the van were not his and he believed they belonged to Zambrano's nine-year-old son.
"21.10.2016 03:57:39" edmontonjournal.com Edmonton Oilers down St. Louis Blues 3-1 at Rogers Place Cam Talbot and his wife Kelly got some twin babies — boy Landon and girl Sloane — Wednesday morning and Thursday night the excited Edmonton Oilers'... The Blue-Note has left the Oilers singing a sad, sad song for far too long (15 of the past 17 games coming into this one) but Talbot was outstanding.
"21.10.2016 03:02:59" edmontonjournal.com Thieves steal instruments from local music legend A local fiddle legend has won't let thieves silence his music after his prized fiddle and banjo were stolen from his Sherwood Park home. The violin, including its case and bows, was worth around $12,000, but Myhre said the banjo was too unique to estimate a sales price.
"21.10.2016 02:25:51" edmontonjournal.com Snapshots: Edmonton Oilers vs. St. Louis Blues Cam Talbot was running on fumes and adrenaline Thursday when he stepped between the pipes for the Edmonton Oilers. In a whirlwind 48 hours that saw... Cam Talbot spent most of Wednesday at the hospital with his wife Kelly and new son and daughter, Landon and Sloane, but had to leave early when he learned he was starting against the Blues.
"21.10.2016 01:59:58" edmontonjournal.com Bylaw officers fuming over Oilers video featuring 'End of the World' Edmonton bylaw officers are fuming after the Edmonton Oilers pre-game video prominently featured the 'End of the World.' “This type of exposure will attract the type of attention that we are trying to educate the public not to take part in,” said Komarniski. “First and foremost, it's a public safety issue.”
"21.10.2016 01:30:38" edmontonjournal.com Study shows Edmonton police and Somali community making progress together Edmonton's Somali community and its police service have not always been working from the same playbook. But that trend is slowly changing. A study... The Somali community was the focus of the study because of ongoing concerns that peaked a decade ago when violent crimes in that community reached record levels.
"21.10.2016 00:51:43" edmontonjournal.com Dan Barnes: Heritage Classic in 2003 saved in "the frozen moment" There will be no anxiety-filled “frozen moment” at this Heritage Classic. The weather is going to co-operate on Sunday for the game between the... 13 years ago, the first regular season outdoor game in National Hockey League history was almost cancelled just before the puck dropped on the Habs and Oilers at Commonwealth Stadium. And, according to some of the men who watched that tilt teeter on the
"21.10.2016 00:05:32" edmontonjournal.com David Staples: Failure of schools leads to two-tier public education We now have two-tiered public education in Alberta. One tier has high academic standards. It's being embraced by the haves and the highly... Alberta's curriculum survey, announced earlier this week, has lead Edmonton Journal columnist David Staples to predict that the existing two-tier education system will grow as parents with money look for better schooling for their kids
"20.10.2016 23:24:37" Timeline Photos Edmonton police charge city bus driver involved in the Oct. death of pedestrian Mary Lynch, 83. http://ow.ly/Bmvx305o3dS #yeg
"20.10.2016 23:00:09" edmontonjournal.com New Alberta grant to help cover tuition costs for apprentices pursuing... Alvin Garfin knows all too well what it's like to be an apprentice in Alberta's current economic quagmire. A Union Tractor employee for nine years,... To be eligible for $1,000 in assistance, apprentices must not be working in their trade, must have successfully completed their first period of technical training and must be registered for technical training at a post-secondary institute.
"20.10.2016 21:33:07" edmontonjournal.com Fear on the family farm: The harrowing story of a man who killed his father Mat ran across the field with his bad leg dragging through the grass, the tractor rumbling behind him, his father's angry screams ringing in his... In March 2013, Edmonton Journal reporter Jana Pruden wrote about Holly Chrichton's abuse in Fear on the Family Farm http://ow.ly/vMHF305nU8N
"20.10.2016 21:09:38" edmontonjournal.com Edmonton police arrest man suspected in multiple mailbox thefts, auto... Edmonton police believe they have a prolific mail thief in custody. You're under arrest: Police delivered some bad news Thursday to a man believed to be responsible for multiple thefts from mailboxes and automobiles.
"20.10.2016 20:47:28" edmontonjournal.com Rural Alberta abuse survivor pens memoir of family's trials | Edmonton... Still living at the scene of her longtime torment near Grande Prairie, abuse survivor Holly Crichton shakes off excessive praise: “I'm just this... Holly Chrichton hadn't intended on writing a book. “It didn't disturb me terribly putting anything out there because it's already out there. None of it was secret, it was full disclosure. Had my husband not died the way he did, none of it would have ever
"20.10.2016 20:42:44" edmontonjournal.com MLA tempers flare after carbon tax worries derail discussion of... A run of the mill legislative committee meeting to talk about Alberta's economic future Thursday devolved into a carbon tax argument complete with... It all stemmed from a seemingly innocuous goal — to launch an inquiry into Alberta's economic situation.
"20.10.2016 19:01:16" news.nationalpost.com Cataloging the world's most awe-inspiring places In honour of Halloween, a look at some of the more macabre entries in Atlas Obscura: crypts and cemeteries, severed body parts, and mummies and bones From the Door to Hell, a flaming crater in the Turkmenistan desert, to some of the most fascinating crypts and cemeteries, some pretty fascinating places exist in the world. #travel
"20.10.2016 18:55:58" edmontonjournal.com New renderings show sleek new Stanley A. Milner Library renovation As the Stanley A. Milner Library prepares to close on Dec. 31 for at least three years during major renovations, the city has given patrons a chance to see if it will be worth the wait. New re… New renderings show a spacious interior full of natural light and a sleek, jagged exterior that will replace the current building. The $62.5-million new building is ringed by large windows. Floor plans show two large open areas on the second and third
"20.10.2016 17:32:17" The Edmonton Sun Edmonton Oilers Game Day Live! Robert Tychkowski breaks down tonight's contest against the St. Louis Blues at Rogers Place. Post your questions for Robert in the comments. Join us LIVE with Rob T down at ROGERS PLACE talkin' Edmonton Oilers
"20.10.2016 17:01:41" news.nationalpost.com Honey and ginger tomato salad, easy Asian chicken thighs Multi-course meals are often saved for when dining out at high-end restaurants, but with a little bit of planning, you can create your own... "Multi-course meals are often saved for when dining out at high-end restaurants, but with a little bit of planning, you can create your own two-course menu at home." #life #food
"20.10.2016 16:45:14" driving.ca Supercar Review: 2017 Nissan GT-R Nissan takes its point-and-squirt GT-R supercar and turns up the boost to absurdity driving.ca: If someone ever offers you a ride in a Nissan GT-R, you take it. It's the closest you'll ever get to riding in a Millennium Falcon. #autos
"20.10.2016 16:01:13" news.nationalpost.com Phil Collins on alcoholism, a growing risk among the 50-plus A study of more than 9,000 people says drinking among the over-50s had become a hidden phenomenon, with the higher somebody's income the more at... “It took me until the age of 55 to become an alcoholic. I got through the heady 1960s, the trippy 1970s, the imperial 1980s, the busy 1990s. I was retired, content, and then I fell. Because I suddenly had too much time on my hands.” #health
"20.10.2016 15:02:01" news.nationalpost.com Chez Dracula, where guests are told: I'll show you to your coffin Today, the Transylvanian castle that inspired Dracula's hideaway is being dusted down in readiness for overnight visitors for the first time in... The castle that once inspired Dracula's hideaway is being dusted down in readiness for overnight Halloween guests. #travel
"20.10.2016 14:45:10" driving.ca Winter Tires: Here's how to save money and stay on the road Let's face it, snow tires aren't cheap. But with a little due diligence, you can save a lot on your next set of winter rubbers driving.ca: Need winter tires this year? Better get 'em before it's too late! #autos
"20.10.2016 14:21:32" edmontonjournal.com Third presidential debate fact check: Once again, Donald Trump shows a disregard for employing facts The debate again demonstrated Donald Trump's thin grasp of the facts and his willingness to make poorly sourced or inaccurate claims The final presidential debate once again demonstrated Donald Trump's thin grasp of the facts and his willingness to make poorly sourced or inaccurate claims.
Hillary Clinton, for the most part, was more factually accurate. Here's a roundup of some of the
"20.10.2016 13:56:20" Nail Yakupov returns to Rogers Place Former Edmonton Oiler Nail Yakupov returns to play his old teammates with the St. Louis Blues. Video by Shaughn Butts
"20.10.2016 13:19:46" edmontonjournal.com Sherwood Park eatery rewards patron for not drinking and driving A customer at a Sherwood Park eatery earned one pound of chicken wings for parking her car overnight. In an online post Tuesday, Paula Grzelak-Schultz said she was impressed with how… “Just wanted to thank you for leaving your car parked overnight,” the note said. “I'm not sure if you had consumed alcohol at our restaurant or not but we wanted to thank you for not drinking and driving.”
"20.10.2016 12:33:47" edmontonjournal.com Oilers video pays tribute to players, their city and diehard fans “The grit, honesty, the hard work, all those things that go into making a great city are the same things that go into making a great athlete.” The 195-second clip is rugged, unabashed and exhilarating — a testament to the Oilers, the game they play, the city they live in, and their diehard followers. Shots of McDavid and his teammates, on and off the ice, are interspersed with local landmarks
"20.10.2016 04:16:11" edmontonjournal.com Edmonton's homeless count could show increase because of low oil prices:... A 24-hour count that aims to provide a snapshot of Edmonton's homeless population could see higher numbers caused by a slumping economy and low oil... A final report to be produced in the new year will include information such as how many children and youth are homeless, as well as how many people are unsheltered. Preliminary statistics will be released before year's end.
"20.10.2016 03:24:39" edmontonjournal.com Self-driving taxis, buses could prompt rethink of Edmonton's LRT strategy Self-driving taxis and buses maybe be coming to Edmonton sooner than expected and are prompting even die-hard LRT enthusiasts to rethink their position. “It's a question I continue to s… Self-driving taxis and buses may be coming to Edmonton sooner than expected and are prompting even die-hard LRT enthusiasts to rethink their position.
"20.10.2016 01:47:10" edmontonjournal.com Mill Woods residents file injunction to block Valley Line LRT construction A group of Mill Woods residents who live along the path of the future Valley Line LRT have applied for a court injunction to delay construction. About 35 to 40 homeowners on 65 … A group of Mill Woods residents who live along the path of the future Valley Line LRT have applied for a court injunction to delay construction.
"20.10.2016 01:43:07" edmontonjournal.com 'A win for our city': New deal keeps Canadian Finals Rodeo in Edmonton through 2018, The Canadian Finals Rodeo is coming back to Edmonton to stay, at least until 2018. Officials confirmed Wednesday the Canadian Finals Rodeo is coming back to Edmonton, at least until 2018.
"20.10.2016 01:17:28" Flu facts Snow on the ground may give the impression of winter, but health officials insist on calling this time of year by its real name: flu season.
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"20.10.2016 00:51:53" edmontonjournal.com Paula Simons: Catholic trustees should mute their TV porn crusade There are easier, cheaper and more more private ways to access porn than on the rumpus room TV. Simons: Is it too much to dream of a day when Catholic trustees might focus on the actual business of running Edmonton's Catholic schools?
"19.10.2016 22:09:09" edmontonjournal.com Notley, in state of the province address, says fairness and stability are government priorities Premier Rachel Notley on Wednesday promised a rebuilt economy and a fairer Alberta as she slammed what she called “socialism for the rich.” Delivering her state of the province to an invited crowd at the Jack Singer Concert Hall, Notley said her NDP Premier Rachel Notley on Wednesday promised a rebuilt economy and a fairer Alberta as she slammed what she called “socialism for the rich.”
"19.10.2016 19:51:00" edmontonjournal.com Hundreds out of work as Enbridge cuts 5% of staff across operations Calgary-based Enbridge Inc. (TSX:ENB) has cut hundreds of jobs across its operations following a company-wide organizational review. Canada's largest pipeline operator said Wednesday it has eliminated about 370 positions in Canada and about 160 in the Canada's largest pipeline operator said Wednesday it has eliminated about 370 positions in Canada and about 160 in the U.S
"19.10.2016 19:17:18" edmontonjournal.com Stantec to acquire Edmonton design studio Engineering and design giant Stantec has signed a letter of intent to acquire Edmonton-based Architecture Tkalcic Bengert (Arch|TB), a 60-person design studio, Stantec said Wednesday in a… The company didn't say how much the deal is worth or when it will be completed.
"19.10.2016 19:10:31" edmontonjournal.com Notley delivers 'State of the Province' address in Calgary Premier Rachel Notley is in Calgary today where she will give a “State of the Province” address as the province that continues to struggle with a slumping economy, a ballooning deficit and worrisome unemployment figures. In her last State of the In her last State of the Province, delivered in Edmonton last November, Notley maintained her government wouldn't respond to plunging oil prices with “knee-jerk and panicked cuts” and would focus on diversifying Alberta's economy to stimulate job growth.
"19.10.2016 19:01:00" news.nationalpost.com Better than take-out This main course is gooey, glazed and darkly delicious. Make extra and enjoy the leftovers This Chinese-restaurant-style pork is gooey, glazed and darkly delicious. #life #food
"19.10.2016 18:15:16" driving.ca First Drive: 2017 Honda Civic Hatchback Honda's playful Civic hatch make it one of the most fun entries in the compact segment driving.ca: There's a reason why the Honda Civic has been Canada's best-selling car for the past 18 years. #autos
"19.10.2016 18:00:46" news.nationalpost.com Top fall events across Canada Sure, the leaves are falling and the thermometer is dipping dangerously low at night, but that doesn't mean there aren't tons of great things to do... Plenty to do across this great land in the closing months of 2016, from 'Fright Night' in Vancouver to Halifax Pop Explosion. #travel
"19.10.2016 17:37:28" edmontonjournal.com Edmonton Opera reimagines Puccini's greatest opera Turandot Puccini's Turandot, which opens in Edmonton Opera's production at the Jubilee on Saturday, was his last and his greatest opera. In it, he took his musical language into the 20th century, whil… If you're an opera fan in Edmonton — and really, who isn't? — you can look forward to a sumptuous season opener this weekend in Turandot.
"19.10.2016 17:15:15" news.nationalpost.com Recipe for chicken with spinach in cheesy cream sauce You can fuss all you want with fancier dishes, but isn't it true that when you make something super-homey, super-comforting, that's when everyone... When in doubt, choose comfort food. #life #food
"19.10.2016 16:45:14" news.nationalpost.com Anxiety disorder associated with a two times higher risk for cancer... The mind and body are intricately connected and research shows that anxiety could represent an early warning of a more serious health issue "Previous studies have linked anxiety to inflammatory processes in the body and suppression of the immune system, which can increase the risk for diseases such as cancer." #health
"19.10.2016 16:13:18" edmontonjournal.com Track Stars: Songs by Phantogram, The Tourist Company and Borzoi Three of our favourite tunes: 1. Phantogram, You Don't Get Me High Anymore. A shadowy dance-pop hip-shaker, featuring Sarah Barthel's sultry squeaks, twilight-tinted synths, and l… Here's our top three picks of CDs to listen to this week.
"19.10.2016 16:04:12" edmontonjournal.com NDP extends Alberta tuition freeze until fall 2018 Alberta post-secondary students' tuition will remain on ice for the 2017-18 academic year. The government announced Wednesday it's extending a two-year freeze it first instituted in 2015 as it… Just what the new tuition and fee model will look like at the start of the 2018-19 fall semester will depend on results from an online consultation process and meetings with institutions, student groups and other stakeholders.
"19.10.2016 16:00:32" driving.ca Top 10 obscure, ticket-triggering driving rules in Canada When you cross provincial borders you're dealing with a new set of rules, so it's good to review some of the lesser-known laws driving.ca: If you're hogging the left lane in B.C., that could cost you $167 and three points. That should be enforced everywhere else in Canada, too. #autos
"19.10.2016 14:27:01" edmontonjournal.com New poll shows Alberta PCs leading Wildrose by almost 13 points, NDP in third A surprising new poll shows the Progressive Conservatives with a significant lead among Alberta voters, while the governing NDP has plunged to third place. The survey from the Citizen Society Research Lab at Lethbridge College also shows two-thirds of The live-caller telephone survey of 1,513 adult Albertans, conducted from Oct. 1 to 8, puts the Tories ahead with 38.4 per cent support among decided voters, with the Wildrose at 25.7 per cent and the NDP at 19.7 per cent.
"19.10.2016 14:04:54" edmontonjournal.com Trump invites Obama's estranged half-brother Malik, woman whose son died in Benghazi to third debate Malik Obama, the president's half-brother, will be in Las Vegas on Wednesday for the third and final presidential debate — supporting Trump Malik Obama, the president's half-brother, will be in Las Vegas on Wednesday for the third and final presidential debate — supporting Trump
"19.10.2016 13:46:58" edmontonjournal.com Police 'active shooter' training takes over Rogers' Place, City Hall, Commonwealth Stadium Police will conduct an active shooter training exercise in central Edmonton on Wednesday, and are warning the public not be alarmed. EPS took to social media Wednesday morning t… Don't call 911 if you hear any loud bangs in these areas.
"19.10.2016 13:33:44" edmontonjournal.com 'We need to be sure that this is not change for change's sake': the politics of a school curriculum overhaul The first in a series of planned education system changes was unveiled Tuesday at an Edmonton high school, in the form of an online survey to get the ball rolling on a curriculum overhaul. Flanked … Like most hot-button education issues, a curriculum review stands the chance of becoming something of a political football.
"19.10.2016 12:58:09" edmontonjournal.com From four seats to 54: Rachel Notley marks two years as NDP leader When Rachel Notley was elected leader of the Alberta NDP two years ago, she wasn't exactly planning where to hang paintings in the premier's office. Yet she had a feeling her party… Speaking with Postmedia during a quick break from cabinet on Tuesday, her two-year anniversary, Notley laughingly called the past 24 months “moderately successful.”
"19.10.2016 05:06:14" Oilers win 3-2 over the Carolina Huricanes Edmonton Oilers head coach Todd McLellan talks about his teams 3-2 win over the Carolina Hurricanes.
"19.10.2016 04:35:21" edmontonjournal.com Dan Barnes: Oiler game goes (almost) according to script The script for this one was written Sunday by a furious Oiler head coach Todd McLellan. His players, lest they be authors of their own demise, took... It wasn't exactly clean, easy work, but a foray back into the win column nonetheless.
"19.10.2016 04:07:27" edmontonjournal.com Just twin, baby! Oilers goalie Cam Talbot holds off siege to defeat... The Talbot family's delivery schedule is pretty crowded this week: Two points on Tuesday night, two babies on Wednesday morning. Netminders... It was a fantastic turnaround for the Oilers goalie, who battled back after giving up six goals on 23 shots, including one from centre ice, in a 6-2 loss to Buffalo two days earlier.
"19.10.2016 02:34:55" edmontonjournal.com Edmonton Catholic school trustees want broadcasters to stop offering pornographic content Edmonton Catholic school trustees have condemned pornography, saying it's harmful to students and shouldn't be accessible at home. Trustee Larry Kowalczyk, who called pornogra… Trustee Larry Kowalczyk's motion, which passed unanimously, means a resolution will be presented at the Alberta Catholic School Trustees' Association annual general meeting in November. The resolution will ask broadcasters such as Shaw, Bell and Rogers to
"19.10.2016 01:19:00" edmontonjournal.com David Staples: I challenge you to walk to work this winter I challenge you to walk to work this winter. This goes for even the shortest days, when you must walk in the dark. It goes especially for the coldest days, when the burning wind can set fire to you… Staples: I challenge you to walk to work this winter. This goes for even the shortest days, when you must walk in the dark. It goes especially for the coldest days, when the burning wind can set fire to your skin.
"18.10.2016 23:45:30" edmontonjournal.com New ward boundaries set for south Edmonton New ward boundaries in southwest Edmonton will create a long, thin Ward 10 to avoid breaking up the communities of Terwillegar-Riverbend. Ward 10 will stretch right from Belgravia Road to… New ward boundaries in southwest Edmonton will create a long, thin Ward 10 to avoid breaking up the communities of Terwillegar-Riverbend.
"18.10.2016 23:12:02" edmontonjournal.com Public washrooms touted for Edmonton's downtown, inner-city and west end Calls are growing to build more permanent public washrooms in Edmonton to serve both tourists and the homeless. Coun. Scott McKeen said he will raise the issue by asking city&nb… Calls are growing to build more permanent public washrooms in Edmonton to serve both tourists and the homeless.
"18.10.2016 22:53:23" edmontonjournal.com Drivers told to avoid 184 Street after stolen semi-truck smashes into tower support cable Police are warning drivers to steer clear of 184 Street after a stolen semi-truck took out a support cable on a transmission tower outside of CTV Edmonton's studio. Officers were called to th… Police are warning drivers to steer clear of 184 Street after a stolen semi-truck took out a support cable on a transmission tower outside of CTV Edmonton's studio.
"18.10.2016 22:33:52" edmontonjournal.com New rules would mean less parking for new Edmonton homes New homes in Edmonton could be getting less car-friendly if builders take advantage of new rules put forward by council this week, sparking predictions of a backlash from drivers. Co… Builders can still include more than the minimum, but for those looking to provide other options such as larger gardens or patios, it could be a welcome change.
"18.10.2016 21:18:07" edmontonjournal.com City to re-examine rules after red tape tied up debut of public market on Stony Plain Road Stony Plain Road's first attempt at a true public market this summer was stymied by red tape at city hall. Seniors and students wanting to sell handicrafts and artwork for a few hours a week … “We had some artisans but it was tough. I couldn't say I could see them making a return.” — Diane Kereluk
"18.10.2016 20:47:01" edmontonjournal.com George Takei: illuminating the Jasper Dark Sky Festival | Edmonton Journal A Q+A with George Takei, who headlines the Jasper Dark Sky Festival. "Canada is so lucky — you have the hottest, coolest prime minister": George Takei, who headlines the Jasper Dark Sky Festival this week.
"18.10.2016 19:23:35" edmontonjournal.com Province launches online survey to gather new curriculum input The province is launching a series of “Future Ready” initiatives — starting with an online survey — to improve education and skills training for students. The online survey is… “We understand that education is the cornerstone of a healthy economy”
"18.10.2016 18:15:09" driving.ca Volkswagen still doesn't have a fix for its cheating diesels VW seeks final approval of emissions deal from U.S. lawmakers without a fix in hand driving.ca: More than one year and Volkswagen still doesn't have a plan to fix its diesels. What gives? #autos
"18.10.2016 18:09:22" edmontonjournal.com Billie Zizi: no longer feeling trapped in the Edmonton music scene There was a period of time, not too long after Billie Zizi finished recording her sophomore album Moon of Honey, when she desperately wanted out of... Edmonton singer Billie Zizi needed a break after working on her new album Moon of Honey. So she worked on an oyster farm. Why not?
"18.10.2016 18:07:14" edmontonjournal.com Billie Zizi: no longer feeling trapped in the Edmonton music scene There was a period of time, not too long after Billie Zizi finished recording her sophomore album Moon of Honey, when she desperately wanted out of... Edmonton singer Billie Zizi needed a break after recording her new album Moon of Honey. So she worked on an oyster farm. Why not?
"18.10.2016 18:00:41" news.nationalpost.com Herb and scallion Dutch baby It's called a Dutch baby, and it's magic. Dorie Greenspan's version is savoury, meant as a nibble with drinks, a brunch dish or a first course at... This versatile baked pancake is just as sweet when it's savoury. #life #food
"18.10.2016 17:13:11" edmontonjournal.com Police arrest seven people from two organized crime rings in ATM thefts Alberta police services have arrested seven people from two organized crime rings involved in ATM thefts, which have affected more than 60 communities across the province. ALERT said in t… At an ALERT press conference Tuesday morning, Staff Sgt. Dave Knibbs says both groups targeted “small town Alberta” and terrorized rural communities.
"18.10.2016 17:11:17" edmontonjournal.com Celebrity chef Mark McEwan juggles 500 employees, a TV show and a turkey Toronto chef heads west for food and wine extravaganza at 2016 Christmas in November Top Chef Canada's Mark McEwan will be sharing his tips at Christmas in November in Jasper.
"18.10.2016 17:00:42" news.nationalpost.com Halloween attractions: Virtual reality, spooky Airbnb rentals part of... Here's a sample of what's happening around the United States. Check with individual venues for dates, times, prices and ages Virtual reality, spooky Airbnb rentals and the start of a final season for Disneyland's Twilight Zone of Terror are all part of this Halloween's freaky fun. #travel
"18.10.2016 16:40:32" news.nationalpost.com Black market to grey: The illicit marijuana market is no longer dominated by gangs O Cannabis database Catch and release Inside the green rush Pot's retail therapy The fame game Growing opportunities Black market to grey VANCOUVER — Meet the boss of Canada's illegal marijuana trade, Don Briere. To police and the criminal courts, he's a What started as a single shop — a so-called dispensary — in Vancouver three years ago has grown into a national franchise, with 23 stores in B.C., Manitoba, Ontario and Quebec.
"18.10.2016 16:30:27" news.nationalpost.com Tortilla-crusted tilapia with pickled red onions Given how quickly it cooks, fish stands out as the perfect candidate for a weeknight meal, especially in the fall A bit of acid and fat do wonders to amp the flavour of fish in this tilapia recipe. #life #food
"18.10.2016 16:02:15" edmontonjournal.com Editorial: Hospital parking fees a problem, but what's the cure? It is a core principle of Canada's universal health-care system that people who are sick have access to the care they need and depart the doctor's office or hospital without a… And yet, what should Alberta Health Services cut from its budget to make up the approximately $78 million that parking generated in 2015-16?
"18.10.2016 14:57:36" Father, son build drag racing Camaros driving.ca: For now, the old gun is faster than the young prodigy.
Meet the ultimate father-and-son team who built themselves 1,200-HP worth of badass muscle cars: http://bit.ly/2eN6nXq #autos
"18.10.2016 14:53:01" edmontonjournal.com Oilers forward looks to move on from penalty-marred performance against Sabres Edmonton Oiler coach Todd McLellan's patience is wearing thin with Benoit Pouliot's penalties and where he's taking them Pouliot has never been a big PIMs guy in his 487-game career—just 15 minors last season when he was hurt and only played 55 games and 14 in 58 games the year before, again injured.
"18.10.2016 14:38:54" edmontonjournal.com Red Deer man admits luring 15-year-old girl on Internet and having sex with her A Red Deer man admitted in court Monday to luring a 15-year-old Edmonton girl with fetal alcohol syndrome that he met on the Internet and repeatedly having sex with her. Gordon Lyle Gill, 25, plead… According to an agreed statement of facts, Gill met the victim on a dating website targeted toward teenagers called MyLOL in mid-November of 2014. He was 23 and represented himself as being 20 and she was 15, but initially indicated she was 17.
"18.10.2016 14:14:27" edmontonjournal.com Police find man with gunshot wound at home in Prince Charles Edmonton police responded to a call to a residence in the Prince Charles neighbourhood just after 7 a.m. Upon arrival at a home at 120 Avenue and 125 Street, officers found a man with gunshot wound… Upon arrival at a home at 120 Avenue and 125 Street, officers found a man with gunshot wounds.
"18.10.2016 13:00:00" edmontonjournal.com Gary Lamphier: Russia's energy industry outmanoeuvres Canada — the 'Consultation Nation' “India is going to be the market that is driving demand over the next few years. Their import requirements are huge because they don't have enough production, so that's got to come from somewhere. … While Canada's federal government drags its feet on approving new oil export pipelines, Russia, Saudi Arabia, Iraq and Iran have been duking it out to secure a bigger slice of energy-hungry Asian oil markets.
"18.10.2016 12:15:48" edmontonjournal.com Marijuana trafficking violations, grow-op busts down in Alberta but weed still on police radar When you are dealing with the emergence of the province's deadliest killer drug fentanyl, limited policing resources have to be focused on saving lives. When you are dealing with the emergence of the province's deadliest killer drug fentanyl — a synthetic opioid 100 times more toxic than morphine — limited policing resources have to be focused on saving lives.
"18.10.2016 03:15:59" edmontonjournal.com Mother hears details of daughter's death in care Crystal Crier couldn't hold back her tears as lawyers retraced her daughter's final days before she hung herself in a closet of a group home Kyleigh Crier was just 15 years old when she was found hanging from a closet rail in a bedroom at Crossroads House in Edmonton on April 21, 2014.
"18.10.2016 03:15:12" edmontonjournal.com City seeks public feedback on proposed 80-storey downtown skyscraper A public open house on Monday focused on the proposal for an 80-storey skyscraper in downtown Edmonton that would become the tallest point of the city skyline if developed. The Quart… The Quarters Hotel and Residences would be a mixed-use tower including restaurants, hotel rooms, residences and a retail space.
"18.10.2016 02:25:19" edmontonjournal.com Paula Simons: Wanted: A new home for Edmonton's frontline emergency relief agency If we don't help Edmonton Emergency Relief Services with its own crisis, it might not be there to help us, when next we need them. Simons: If our community doesn't help Edmonton Emergency Relief Services with its own resettlement now, the group might not be there to help us, when next we need them.
"17.10.2016 23:07:10" edmontonjournal.com Dan Barnes: Canadian Finals Rodeo staying at Edmonton's Northlands Coliseum through 2018 The prodigal rodeo — the Canadian Finals Rodeo — is returning to Edmonton, though technically it never left. Three sources said Monday that the Canadian Professional Rodeo Association has decided against moving the Canadian Finals Rodeo to Saskatoon and will soon sign a deal to continue holding its championship event at Northlands Coliseum for at least 2017 and
"17.10.2016 20:02:14" edmontonjournal.com United Nations bars Ezra Levant's The Rebel from climate conference The Rebel had made arrangements for its Alberta bureau chief Sheila Gunn Reid and producer Meaghan MacSween to be in Marrakesh “The UN can't stand having three skeptical journalists out of 3,000 journalists they're accrediting — most of whom love the UN's global warming agenda,” Levant said in an interview. “What a perfect symbol of the UN and the global warming debate:
"17.10.2016 19:43:24" edmontonjournal.com Too busy to shop? Clothing subscription services offer personalized buying The thought of braving frenzied malls and sifting through endless of racks of clothing can be a daunting prospect, particularly if shopping isn't... No time to shop for clothes? Two local services will deliver new looks to your home every month.
"17.10.2016 19:14:29" edmontonjournal.com Arkells, USS, Tim Hicks, Wayne Brady announce Edmonton dates Sonic Boom stars Arkells will return to Edmonton on Feb. 3 for a headlining show at the Shaw Conference Centre. Tickets are $40.50 plus service charges. On sale: Oct. 21 at Ticketmaster.ca. T… Gigs!
"17.10.2016 19:13:06" edmontonjournal.com Suspect in Blue Jays beer-can-tossing case no longer works for Postmedia Ken Pagan was charged with mischief earlier this month after surrendering at a police detachment in downtown Toronto. Georgia Sourtzis would not elaborate on the circumstances of Pagan's departure, but the company had said earlier that it was conducting an internal investigation following the beer-tossing incident.
"17.10.2016 18:41:34" edmontonjournal.com City committee votes to drop speed limit to 30 km/h near junior high schools The number of schools where Edmonton drivers will need to slow down to 30 km/h is set to grow after a city council committee voted to expand school zones to junior highs. And playgrounds and high s… “When we moved to phase one and put them in elementary schools, we had a lot of people who said we didn't have enough evidence that they should go in, and today's report really demonstrated that we have abundant evidence that it's making a difference,”
"17.10.2016 18:01:12" news.nationalpost.com Cooking on deadline: Spinach, mushroom, and chicken quesadillas for... If you have kids, then you know that thinking about dinner on Halloween is not easy "Quesadillas fit the bill nicely for Halloween: Kids can pick up the cheesy wedges by hand and eat while they look around for the missing pieces of their costumes." #life #food
"17.10.2016 17:21:56" edmontonjournal.com Arkells, USS, Tim Hicks, Wayne Brady announce Edmonton dates Sonic Boom stars Arkells will return to Edmonton on Feb. 3 for a headlining show at the Shaw Conference Centre. Tickets are $40.50 plus service... It's a busy day for Edmonton concert announcements. Arkells, USS, Tim HIcks and Chad Brownlee have all announced YEG shows.
"17.10.2016 17:01:13" news.nationalpost.com It's a smart substitution for beef: Walnuts, coarsely ground with spices... Joe Yonan: Is there an equivalent vegetarian taco filling, something just as easy and satisfying? I think I've found it Substitute beef with walnuts. #life #food
"17.10.2016 17:00:31" driving.ca Apple scales back its autonomous car project Apple will now reportedly focus on developing autonomous software for automakers driving.ca: Apple might not want to build a self-driving car after all. #autos
"17.10.2016 16:14:07" edmontonjournal.com Lack of black box makes probe into crash that killed Prentice difficult: expert An aviation expert says determining what caused a fatal plane crash near Kelowna will be especially difficult because the aircraft didn't have flight recording devices. Investigators will be working with very limited information as they probe why a small Cessna jet crashed shortly after take off late Thursday, said Jurek Sasiadek, a professor of aerospace engineering at Carleton University in Ottawa.
"17.10.2016 16:01:15" news.nationalpost.com In tiny Sylva, North Carolina, an Asheville alternative for the crowd-weary In Sylva, a city of just 2,600 people, there are plenty of brewpubs, book shops, hiking and fishing A smaller, less crowded Asheville? Let's go! #travel
"17.10.2016 15:00:46" news.nationalpost.com Canadian pediatricians' objection to circumcising babies 'at odds with... The study's author, Brian Morris, compared those who doubt circumcision's benefits to the anti-vaccination movement “The scientific evidence is unequivocal in showing that male circumcision, especially performed in infancy, has enormous benefits.” #health
"17.10.2016 14:30:21" driving.ca Are safer cars making drivers more dangerous? As cars take over more duties, drivers are getting lazy and assume they'll be protected driving.ca: How are people, in this day and age, still not using their seatbelts? #autos
"17.10.2016 14:29:38" news.nationalpost.com Black market to grey: The illicit marijuana market is no longer dominated by gangs Meet the boss of Canada's illegal marijuana trade, Don Briere. To police and the criminal courts, he's a familiar face, a maverick dealer and convicted grower who has served multiple prison sentences for refusing to obey the country's long-standing
"17.10.2016 13:53:54" How to avoid offending people with your Halloween costume How can you avoid offending people with your Halloween costume this year? We have a key piece of advice, don't be jerk.
"17.10.2016 13:51:43" edmontonjournal.com Helping women find their political feet: Equal Voice launches push to recruit women for Edmonton council race It took an off-hand remark over coffee to get Brandy Burdeniuk to run for council. A city employee said her knowledge of green energy, public speaking and listening skills would be a grea… “We can't do this on our own,” said Lana Cuthbertson, chair of the independent non-profit Equal Voice Alberta North, asking others to look for good female candidates. “Men tend to volunteer on their own to run for office. Women tend to need to be asked.”
"17.10.2016 13:16:23" Angry Todd McLellan on 6-2 loss to Sabres An angry Edmonton Oilers coach Todd McLellan speaks to the media after a 6-2 loss to the Buffalo Sabres at Rogers Place. Video by Shaughn Butts
"17.10.2016 12:30:30" edmontonjournal.com Mainstreet poll has Edmonton Mayor Iveson cruising to a second term One year out from Election 2017, a new poll suggests Edmonton residents are willing to trust their young mayor to guide the city through possible rocky economic times. Mayor Don Iveson… Mayor Don Iveson's approval rating is at 52 per cent, with 31 per cent saying they strongly approve of the way he's doing his job compared to 11 per cent who strongly disapprove.
"17.10.2016 04:20:08" edmontonjournal.com Commercial landlords upset as province pulls staff from the downtown The provincial government will be moving 450 of its employees from their current offices on newly refurbished Capital Boulevard — and at least half... The decision, which will result in 130,000 square feet being added to Edmonton's growing downtown vacancy problem, is frustrating some commercial landlords.
"17.10.2016 03:58:35" Timeline Photos Long-distance goal against Oilers turned game around for Sabres http://ow.ly/JysK305eNxU
"17.10.2016 03:42:21" edmontonjournal.com Dan Barnes: From the goalie on out, a terrible Oiler performance Todd McLellan reached for the whip, not the lipstick. Thank goodness. Because this was a pig. Top to bottom. No disguising it. The only sane course... In the third game of the year, only the second in their shiny puck palace, they soiled the place completely. So yes, they are capable of being just as awful as they were en route to the nether regions of the Western Conference last year.
"17.10.2016 02:14:01" edmontonjournal.com Oilers offence, defence struggle in 6-2 loss to Sabres OK, the Edmonton Oilers aren't going 82-0. Connor McDavid isn't on pace for 246 points any longer. And as somebody laughingly tweeted, “Time for a... Apparently some wit tweeted that it is already time for a new rink in Edmonton after the Oilers took a 6 - 2 clobbering by the Buffalo Sabres at Rogers Place on Sunday night.
"17.10.2016 01:23:27" edmontonjournal.com Alberta video game developers hope for tax break to compete with... Gamers in Edmonton celebrated the 20th birthday of a marquee game developed in the city, amid fears that the industry itself might be draining out... The BioWare game Shattered Steel was released in 1996 and that fired up game development in Alberta. The company has gone on to be a success, but developers say it's getting tougher for firms to turn down the perks offered by other provinces.
"16.10.2016 21:37:30" edmontonjournal.com Donald Trump lashes out at Saturday Night Live, says Alec Baldwin's impression 'stinks' 'Watched Saturday Night Live hit job on me. Time to retire the boring and unfunny show. Alec Baldwin portrayal stinks. Media rigging election!' After this weekend's show, SNL is now part of the media conspiracy trying to rig this election, according to Trump. He tweeted on Sunday morning, “Watched Saturday Night Live hit job on me.Time to retire the boring and unfunny show. Alec Baldwin portrayal
"16.10.2016 21:14:13" edmontonjournal.com Father of twins who died in Calgary bobsled track crash shares his grieving Jason Caldwell has spent the last 27 years in the business of protecting people against loss. His career in the IT industry has been focused on helping clients recover lost data and prepare for what he and his colleagues call foreseeable disasters, like “In that first 24 hours after the boys died, it was just so agonizing.”
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"16.10.2016 17:46:50" edmontonjournal.com Concert review: Find out how Kenny Rogers stacked up against Kanye West The mission: To catch as much of their shows — at competing arenas — on Saturday night. Weird? Yes. Doable? Easier than expected. Postmedia music writer Sandra Sperounes performs the difficult Kenny/Kanye review double in the pike position.
"16.10.2016 16:26:26" Oilers start the NHL season with two wins Jim Matheson looks ahead to the next game for the Edmonton Oilers against the the Buffalo Sabres on Sunday. Video by Shaughn Butts
"16.10.2016 16:05:54" edmontonjournal.com Edmonton Oilers Game Day: Buffalo Sabres limp into Rogers Place minus star pair Game Day: Edmonton Oilers (2-0) vs Buffalo Sabres (0-1), 5 p.m. TV: Sportsnet 360. Radio: 630 CHED. The Oilers come into Sunday's game at Rogers Place having won both ends of a home-and-home series with the Calgary Flames, a 7-4 victory Wednesday, Oct. 12 at home and a 5-3 win Friday, Oct. 14 at Calgary's Saddledome.
"16.10.2016 14:35:59" edmontonjournal.com Oil Wives Clubs carrying on despite industry downturn and changing times Every year for six decades, hundreds of Canadians travel to a different resource town to celebrate friendships they owe to the oil patch. These aren't rig workers, bitumen miners or energy… “It gives a person a chance to go out at least once a month to get together with some people who understand what it's like. You can partake in activities and you don't have to feel like you're the third wheel like when you're doing something with other
"16.10.2016 14:00:01" Fascinating past of Edmonton's Dyde House It's not on a map, and few people know it exists, but the Dyde House is nothing if not storied. Columnist Paula Simons toured this home and discovered a wealth of stories about Canada, the arts, and the proud, private and passionate Edmonton couple that
"16.10.2016 05:30:08" edmontonjournal.com From his stage in the sky, Kanye swept crowd off its feet Circling alone with a mic on a suspended stage that moved around above a writhing dance floor below, Kanye West brought one of the wildest concert... Alone on a suspended stage that moved above a writhing dance floor, Kanye West brought one of the wildest concert setups — ever — to this city.
"16.10.2016 04:11:58" edmontonjournal.com 'He made a difference': Jim Prentice stepped up when PCs were down, says... Former Alberta premier Dave Hancock says he remembers the Jim Prentice who didn't shrink from a challenge when the Progressive Conservatives saw... "At a time when the party was in a deep valley, he was prepared to step up and to say 'I've got some talents and abilities and I'll contribute them,'" said former premier Dave Hancock.
"16.10.2016 03:10:05" edmontonjournal.com Looking for a better bricklayer? Competition coming to Edmonton puts... Masonry enthusiasts and trade experts are preparing to compete in a regional bricklaying competition in Edmonton that judges technique and ability.... Mike Smith, whose Edmonton company BrickSmiths Masonry will be entering two teams into the Oct. 21 event, competed last year and describes it as the “Olympics of bricklaying. ... In an hour we do what a guy does in a day,” said the 26-year-old.
"16.10.2016 02:58:08" Photos from Edmonton Journal's post As the investigation continues into crash that killed Jim Prentice, photos released by the Transportation Safety Board show just how devastating the damage to the aircraft was. Investigator-in-charge Beverley told a press conference that the aircraft “was
"15.10.2016 23:56:01" edmontonjournal.com Freezing rain warning in effect Saturday night for Edmonton and area Beware of slippery sidewalks and streets, if you are walking or driving in Edmonton and area Saturday evening. Environment Canada is warning that... As if Friday's heavy snowfall (and the apparently early arrival of winter) isn't disheartening enough ... Edmonton, Sherwood Park and St. Albert are all likely to experience freezing rain overnight, says Environment Canada. Be careful out there!
"15.10.2016 23:34:22" edmontonjournal.com Families mourn trio of friends who died with Prentice Loved ones of an ex-Mountie, optometrist and prominent businessman who died former Alberta premier Jim Prentice were grieving their loss Saturday. The crash that claimed the life of Jim Prentice also killed three others. Families today are mourning ex-Mountie Jim Kruk, Calgary optometrist Ken Gellatly and businessman Sheldon Reid
"15.10.2016 22:36:39" edmontonjournal.com Albertans remember Jim Prentice as man who stood up for his beliefs Former Alberta premier Jim Prentice's long career in politics is marked by a loyal devotion to the cause, but some people are remembering him for a... One entry in the book reads, “Thank you for standing up for marriage equality,” a reference to Prentice's vote against a 2006 motion that would have opened the door to re-defining marriage as between a man and a woman.
"15.10.2016 21:11:08" edmontonjournal.com Service dog Zakk first graduate of program to help first responders with PTSD Zakk is no ordinary dog. At a crowded hockey game, mall or street intersection, he stays calm, looking to his owner for guidance. His temperament and Lassie-like abilities makes him an id… “He is trained to alert to repetitive behaviours,” said Renee Pollon, who has worked with Zakk for more than a year. “Anyone that meets him falls in love with him and he's dedicated to his person.
"15.10.2016 18:26:57" edmontonjournal.com Gary Lamphier: Devastating accidents prompts workplace revolution at Waiward Steel Waiward Steel, one of Edmonton's leading steel fabrication and industrial construction firms, has been in business since the early 1970s. "We're having a strong year. We're fortunate that we had a good backlog and some of that work didn't fall off the books like some other projects did. So we're going to have a good year.”
"15.10.2016 17:43:07" Premier Rachel Notley on the death of Jim Prentice Premier Notley told a short news conference, "there are no words adequate for a moment like this as my family knows very well."
"15.10.2016 17:07:33" news.nationalpost.com The fame game: Why the celebrity licensing model is the gold standard for a cannabis brand The celebrity licensing model is not just the gold standard for a cannabis brand, it's almost a necessity. Cannabis smokeables and psychoactive edibles cannot be patented or trademarked in the U.S. because the product is still classified as a Schedule One
"15.10.2016 16:44:22" Hope Heels graduates first PTSD service dog Hope Heels Service Dogs graduated their first PTSD therapy dog Zakk. Zakk assists his handler with post traumatic stress disorder.
"15.10.2016 15:35:06" edmontonjournal.com Paula Simons: Dyde House is an architectural gem with a fascinating past — and uncertain future “The landscape comes right inside the building. It's absolutely remarkable.” Dyde House looks like a backdrop from a 1960s science fiction film. Dyde House looks as old as the prairies, like a glacial moraine. Yet in its clean lines, its elegant symmetry and its seamless relation to the landscape, Dyde House also seems like a
"15.10.2016 05:09:08" edmontonjournal.com Danielle Smith: If you knew Jim like I did By Danielle Smith When people began to text me that they'd heard Jim Prentice's plane went down after taking off from a Kelowna airport on Thursday night, all I could think was I hope it's not true. When the news was confirmed, my heart broke for his wife Danielle Smith: People sometimes ask me why I put my own leadership aside to back Jim when he returned to Alberta to lead the PCs. My answer is, I guess you never met Jim.
"15.10.2016 04:01:43" edmontonjournal.com Oilers snuff out Flames 5-3 CALGARY – After being beaten down at the grand opening of Rogers Place last Wednesday, the Calgary Flames finally got a chance to ruin a home opener. Unfortunately for them, it was their own.… The Oilers got two goals from Leon Draisaitl and singles from Connor McDavid, Jordan Eberle, and Mark Letestu
"15.10.2016 03:45:00" edmontonjournal.com Graham Thomson: Jim Prentice's impressive talent as strategist was doubled-edged sword As a politician, Jim Prentice was a master strategist. That's what won him the Alberta Progressive Conservative leadership in 2014. Ironically, it also helped him lose the provincial election in 20… To say he was purely the author of his own demise would be grossly unfair. He inherited a sinking ship and arguably nobody could have saved it.
"15.10.2016 03:15:49" edmontonjournal.com Death of Jim Prentice hits premier Rachel Notley, legislature hard The flags of Alberta's legislative building were at half-mast Friday. In the marble rotunda, on a table draped with black, two books rested on either side of a subdued bouquet … Notley: Jim Prentice “worked tirelessly for all of us, in the true spirit of one who is committed to public service.”
"15.10.2016 02:30:41" edmontonjournal.com The Press Gallery #154: In memoriam of Jim Prentice On Friday morning, we heard about the death of former Alberta Premier Jim Prentice, who was killed, along with three others, in a plane crash in B.C. This week, The Press Gallery podcast team Stuar… This week, The Press Gallery podcast team Stuart Thomson, city columnist Paula Simons and legislative columnist Graham Thomson join host, politics reporter Emma Graney, to take a look back at Prentice's time in politics and the legacy he left Alberta.
"15.10.2016 02:20:28" edmontonjournal.com Fort McMurray teacher's aide gets 10 years for child sex offences A teacher's assistant at a Fort McMurray elementary school who committed sex crimes against young boys and had a huge child pornography collection has been sentenced to 10 years in prison. Ru… One victim's mother told court the “horrible” event left her feeling “alone, hopeless and afraid” and suffering from anxiety and panic.
"15.10.2016 00:28:02" edmontonjournal.com Snow dump plays havoc with Edmonton and area roadways Snow, ice and slippery pavement provided the ingredients for a frustrating and dangerous day on Edmonton's roads Friday as motorists struggled to handle the season's first arrival of winter weather… As of 4 p.m., police said they had received reports of close to 160 collisions. That included seven collisions that caused an injury, and nine hit-and-run crashes.
"15.10.2016 00:19:21" edmontonjournal.com 'He wanted to fix things': Aboriginal leaders remember former Alberta premier Jim Prentice Aboriginal leaders were mourning the death of former premier Jim Prentice, who will be remembered for engaging with oft-ignored communities during his time in office. Allan Adam, ch… "I remember my first meet-up with him. He looked at me and said, 'Chief, what do you want, what do your people want?' " — Allan Adam, chief of the Athabasca Chipewyan First Nation
"14.10.2016 23:13:36" edmontonjournal.com Editorial: Jim Prentice's path was public service Jim Prentice's 2014 ascent to Alberta's Progressive Conservative leadership — and the keys to the premier's office that automatically came with the... An Edmonton Journal editorial: Despite his short tenure as premier, there was still a lingering sense that Jim Prentice had more to offer his province and his country — given time. Which makes it all the more tragic that Canadians will never find out what
"14.10.2016 21:52:53" edmontonjournal.com Paula Simons: Plane crash robs Jim Prentice of chance to write his final chapter Prentice never had the chance to write his own political redemption story, to reframe his own legacy. Paula Simons: Too cerebral, too dispassionate, perhaps too honest, on the hustings, Prentice hadn't stopped to woo or charm Albertans. And when he went to the polls, a year early, he paid the price. But I'll always be sorry we never really had the chance
"14.10.2016 21:04:50" edmontonjournal.com 'To lose two family members at once is unbelievably painful': Prentice family The family of former Alberta Premier Jim Prentice — who lost two family members Thursday in a plane crash north of Kelowna, B.C. — called the deaths “unbelievably painful.” … Family, politicians across the country remember Jim Prentice
"14.10.2016 19:22:12" edmontonjournal.com Photo gallery: Jim Prentice remembered Early Friday morning, a plane crash outside of Kelowna, B.C., killed four people including former Alberta premier and long-time Alberta politician Jim Prentice. Here is a look back at some of his t… Early Friday morning, a plane crash outside of Kelowna, B.C., killed four people including former Alberta premier and long-time Alberta politician Jim Prentice. Here is a look back at some of his time in politics, both federal and provincial.
"14.10.2016 18:33:57" edmontonjournal.com Judge appointments coming soon, Alberta may be first in line Canada's justice minister has hinted at more judges for Alberta. Speaking in Halifax at the conclusion of a meeting of federal, provincial and territorial justice and public safety ministers,… With the lowest per-capita number of judges in the country and a justice system strained to the limit as a result, there's a good chance Alberta could be first in line for more judges.
"14.10.2016 18:12:23" edmontonjournal.com From the archives: Defend your beliefs, Jim Prentice tells U of A grads in 2013 This Edmonton Journal story by Sheila Pratt was originally published on June 15, 2013. Jim Prentice, a long-time politician and Albertan, was identified Friday morning as one of four killed in a pl… 'Never stop listening to your own native sense of right and wrong,' said Jim Prentice, in 2013, to a room full of bright-eyed commerce graduates at the University of Alberta.
"14.10.2016 17:26:25" edmontonjournal.com Former Alberta Premier Jim Prentice, three others reportedly killed in Kelowna-area plane crash Former Alberta Premier Jim Prentice was killed with three other people Thursday night near Kelowna in the crash of a plane bound for Calgary. The twin-engined Cessna Citation aircraft apparently carrying former Premier Jim Prentice and his entourage was bound for Springbank Airport, near Calgary. The wreckage was found Thursday night in a heavily wooded area about 18 kilometres north of
"14.10.2016 15:02:41" news.nationalpost.com 'Grand Tour' takes in best of Switzerland: Long ago, entire families would escape the polluted skies of Old Blighty and rent villas in Ascona for the summer ... booking entire floors of hotels The modern traveller owes a tip of the hat to pioneering Thomas Cook. #travel
"14.10.2016 14:48:17" edmontonjournal.com Three Calgary-area men charged in record-breaking Utah meth bust Two Calgary men and a former WHL player from Airdrie are embroiled in what is being billed as the largest meth bust in Utah history. Kyle Carson Taylor, 19, and Caicedo Ramirez Santiago, 20, both of Calgary, are in U.S. custody along with Brennan Carter The Utah Daily Herald reports the men appeared very nervous, “forcing smiles and breathing heavily and irregularly.”
"14.10.2016 14:17:44" Enbridge Centre puts a dance into downtown's step The grand opening of the Enbridge Centre, which incorporates portions of the historic Kelly Ramsey building, was held in Edmonton on Oct. 13, 2016.
"14.10.2016 13:45:46" news.nationalpost.com Pot's retail therapy: Marijuana market could be bigger than the market for beer in Canada It's a hot, sunny Thursday afternoon on the hard edge of Queen Street West in Toronto, and the foot traffic at Eden, a pot dispensary, is brisk. The place is spotless, sharp. And the air is heavy with the unmistakeable sweet smell of cannabis. #OCannabis
"14.10.2016 12:48:43" Edmonton Oilers practice The Edmonton Oilers practise at the Community Rink at Rogers Place the day after beating the Calgary Flames 7-4 in their home opener.
"14.10.2016 12:21:35" edmontonjournal.com Province forces Edmonton to release neighbourhood-level flood maps The City of Edmonton admitted it does not have the right to withhold neighbourhood flood maps Thursday, promising to release the maps to Postmedia within 60 days. Postmedia fought for the… Postmedia fought for the maps, arguing Edmonton residents have the right to know if their homes are at risk, even if it could negatively affect some property values. The maps cover homes far from the river valley, on flat terrain, where residents can't
"14.10.2016 04:44:51" edmontonjournal.com Concert review: Carrie Underwood comes bearing gifts for Rogers Place fans Judging by her Storyteller tour, Carrie Underwood sure knows how to throw some awesome birthday parties. The country star came to Rogers Place bearing loads of presents on Thursday night —&nb… Underwood's bold voice and down-to-earth personality were the real gifts of the night
"14.10.2016 04:00:01" edmontonjournal.com Dan Barnes: Great One sees great future in McDavid and Matthews Great doesn't start in junior. You don't suddenly find great in the minors. It's not something you learn in college. Great starts with good. Seeing good around you. Being goo… They're teenagers who understand their environment, even as it grows more complex.
"14.10.2016 03:39:08" edmontonjournal.com Alberta farming at an 'absolute standstill' over cold weather, snow forecast Alberta farmers are bracing for financial losses due to poor weather conditions, which continue to delay harvest. Environment Canada has warned that there will be freezing rain and snow across… The cold and damp weather has also reduced the quality of the crop
"14.10.2016 03:30:00" edmontonjournal.com Edmonton mutual fund salesman banned from industry over $8.8 million in client losses A former Edmonton mutual fund salesman has been banned from the industry for life after he convinced clients to invest $8.8 million in a company that later went out of business. Jack Oostervel… The people who invested through Oosterveld lost all their money. He later admitted to an association investigator he didn't fully understand the investment.
"14.10.2016 03:10:00" edmontonjournal.com Oilers coach sees a lot of sloppiness in opening night win It was the best opening night ever. Rogers Place looked great, the Edmonton Oilers scored seven goals, Connor McDavid was awesome and they whipped the Calgary Flames 7-4. It is exactly the kind of … If they keep playing like that they're in trouble.
"14.10.2016 02:51:06" edmontonjournal.com David Staples: Do Edmonton's new skyscrapers make downtown better or worse? It's no slam dunk that a new office tower will make our downtown any better. For years, they made things worse. We built more than a dozen office towers in the 1970s, but our downtown went fr… Essentially, we're getting two new skyscrapers, but in Oilers Way and a spruced up Rice Howard Way we're also getting two improved and possibly excellent pedestrian arteries linking up key areas of our downtown.
"14.10.2016 00:49:23" edmontonjournal.com Dan Barnes: Great One sees great future in McDavid and Matthews Great doesn't start in junior. You don't suddenly find great in the minors. It's not something you learn in college. Great starts with good. Seeing good around you. Being goo… Barnes: Great doesn't start in junior. You don't suddenly find great in the minors. It's not something you learn in college. Great starts with good. Seeing good around you. Being good. Doing good.
"14.10.2016 00:42:27" edmontonjournal.com Six cats, dog perish in southeast Edmonton mobile home fire A couple are devastated after their dog and six cats perished in a fire that ripped through their southeast Edmonton home on Thursday. Firefighters were able to rescue a dog from a fire that ripped through a southeast Edmonton mobile home Thursday, but another dog and six cats were trapped in the blaze.
"13.10.2016 23:52:23" edmontonjournal.com City pitches 30 km/h school zone for junior high schools 'This is really an evidence-based recommendation, so it's a positive one for me.' A report tabled Thursday afternoon recommends expanding the 30 km/h speed limit to 44 junior high schools by September 2017.
"13.10.2016 23:46:37" edmontonjournal.com Two drunk drivers switch seats, both charged by Edson RCMP After pulling an unsuccessful switcharoo on an Edson RCMP officer, two men are now facing drunk driving charges. After pulling an unsuccessful switcheroo on an Edson RCMP officer, two men are now facing drunk driving charges.
"13.10.2016 23:12:13" edmontonjournal.com New Enbridge Centre rises from ashes of historic Kelly Ramsey Building Over the course of a century, the Kelly Ramsey Building has gone from a thriving commercial block in downtown Edmonton to a burned out hulk. Over the course of a century, the Kelly Ramsey Building has gone from a thriving commercial block in downtown Edmonton to a burned out hulk. On Thursday, the circle closed with the grand opening of the rebuilt and renamed Enbridge Centre, the first new
"13.10.2016 21:34:24" edmontonjournal.com Edmonton Metro region approves new 30-year growth plan A new 30-year growth plan approved Thursday by the Capital Region Board aims to kick off the infill debate in every municipality, save prime agriculture land and force new homes to cluster aro… A new 30-year growth plan approved Thursday by the Capital Region Board aims to kick off the infill debate in every municipality, save prime agriculture land and force new homes to cluster around existing highways and transit corridors.
"13.10.2016 20:49:08" The Province Cannabis legend Tommy Chong is live talking to us about what marijuana legalization means to society and the cultural significance in North America as part of our #OCannabis series. You can read it here: http://bit.ly/2e0twom
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"13.10.2016 19:07:22" edmontonjournal.com Alex Trebek calls Jeopardy contestant a straight-up 'loser' as she defends her love of 'nerdcore' This week, Trebek let his feelings slip when one particular contestant proved to be just a little too 'nerdcore,' even for him “(Nerdcore is) rapping about the things (nerds) love,” she said to Trebek, after he already dismissed it as something he had “never heard of,” as it “doesn't sound like fun.”
"13.10.2016 18:45:17" driving.ca First Drive: 2017 Audi R8 Spyder Audi's gorgeous R8 Spyder makes driving obscenely fast easy and supremely comfortable driving.ca: Audi's gorgeous R8 Spyder is what dreams are made of. #autos
"13.10.2016 18:05:36" Recreational marijuana industry blooming in Colorado Cattle once dominated commerce in Denver, Colorado, but marijuana is the prized commodity now #OCannabis
"13.10.2016 18:01:31" news.nationalpost.com Paddling in Panjshir On a recent sunny morning in Afghanistan, excited children lined the banks of a fast-flowing river to watch a group of Europeans in multi-coloured... Afghanistan's geography attracts extreme sports buffs. #travel
"13.10.2016 17:45:10" driving.ca Lowering urban speed limits an exercise in futility Dropping residential speed limits to 30 km/h is not only ludicrous, it's ultimately pointless driving.ca: Could you live with 30 km/h speed limits? #ICYMI #autos
"13.10.2016 17:36:16" edmontonjournal.com Burrito pop-up tests Rogers Place market for Rostizado Embrace winter- and a burrito – at the same time at Rostizado The boys at Rostizado/Tres Carnales — Edgar, Dani and Chris — are launching a new concept, pop-up style. It's called La Misión, and it's a burrito business geared toward folks heading to Rogers Place on game day.
"13.10.2016 17:25:28" The Vancouver Sun The big leaf: Barrister Kirk Tousaw, who has advocated for legal cannabis reform, on how the marijuana industry is evolving.
We're hosting a series of Facebook Live Q&As with cannabis experts ranging from doctors, to business to advocates throughout the
"13.10.2016 17:01:14" news.nationalpost.com 'Golden milk': Infused into warm milk, like in this turmeric latte,... Turmeric is one of the hottest ingredients around at the moment — and turmeric latte, or "golden milk," is a delicious recipe for incorporating it... A mild spice, turmeric in its powdered form can be added to most things unobtrusively. #life #food
"13.10.2016 17:00:08" The Vancouver Sun We're talking the business of legalized marijuana with U.S. equity firm Privateer Holdings. Have a question for CEO Brendan Kennedy? Leave it in the comments below.
We're hosting a series of Facebook Live Q&As with cannabis experts ranging from doctors, O'Cannabis - Day of Dialogue
Brendan Kennedy is CEO of the first private equity firm to invest exclusive in Cannabis. #ocannabis
"13.10.2016 16:35:57" The Province Q&A on the Marketing of Marijuana: Changes in attitude and in policy and where the industry might go in the future.
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"13.10.2016 16:31:06" The Province Q&A on the Marketing of Marijuana: Changes in attitude and in policy and where the industry might go in the future.
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"13.10.2016 16:01:23" news.nationalpost.com Excessive prescribing is sending seniors to hospital, study suggests The risk of an elderly person ending up in an emergency department climbs with each additional medication they take, U of T researchers say "Rather than keeping senior citizens healthier, use of multiple medications increases their chances of ending up in the emergency department or being admitted to hospital, according to the analysis of Ontario health data." #health
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"13.10.2016 15:04:12" edmontonjournal.com Pathologist 'lucky' to find work as lab tech in Edmonton after escape from Syrian nightmare Abdelbary Alsado's story of fleeing war-torn Syria is uniquely horrifying and — for that very reason — it's just like so many others. Alsado, a refugee who arrived in Edmonton in F… With no way to transfer his credentials as a pathologist — many of the documents were lost in the war — Alsado began working in Edmonton at a nearby Pizza Hut. A few months later, he picked up a job at Alberta Hospital as a psychiatric aide and, just last
"13.10.2016 15:01:25" news.nationalpost.com The craft cocktail movement has helped some women rise as bartenders,... The cocktail world is full of talented female bartenders. And yet both men and women will tell you that, especially in some markets, gender biases... The cocktail world is full of talented female bartenders. And yet both men and women will tell you that, especially in some markets, gender biases are still a problem. #life #food
"13.10.2016 14:52:23" edmontonjournal.com Sherwood Park commute snarled following serious Baseline Road crash Baseline Road has been shut down in both directions, and traffic is being diverted around the scene. Strathcona County RCMP say early investigation suggests that an SUV was travelling westbound on Baseline Road when a car travelling north on Glenbrook Boulevard, which turns into Brower Drive, ran a red flashing red light and was struck by the SUV.
"13.10.2016 14:34:08" news.nationalpost.com Inside the green rush: Figuring out the supply chain for a product made in secret is no easy task John Lord steps from his SUV and into his giant cannabis factory, near this city's deserted stockyards. Cattle once dominated commerce in the Color... All over Denver, one notices the sweet, pungent fragrance of pot. It's not always the smell of marijuana being smoked, either. It's the scent of healthy, growing plants. After Colorado's recreational pot laws came into effect in 2014, Denver became a
"13.10.2016 13:00:05" edmontonjournal.com 'His hands were everywhere': Four women accuse Donald Trump of forcibly groping, kissing them A People magazine reporter says Trump kissed her without her assent when the two were alone in 2005 right before an interview with Trump and his wife One of the women alleges that Trump grabbed her breasts and tried to put his hand up her skirt during a flight more than three decades ago, the New York Times reported. Another says he kissed her on the mouth outside an elevator in 2005, according to the
"13.10.2016 12:54:13" edmontonjournal.com Bob Dylan wins 2016 Nobel Prize in literature for writing 'poetry for the ear' Bob Dylan had been mentioned in the Nobel speculation for years, but few experts expected the academy to extend the prestigious award to a genre such as pop music This is the second year in a row that the academy has turned away from fiction writers for the literature prize. And it's possibly the first year that the prize has gone to someone who is primarily a musician, not a writer.
"13.10.2016 12:40:21" What's next for pot in Canada? #OCannabis: The future of marijuana in Canada, and the hazy transition period ahead
"13.10.2016 06:40:04" "He was tremendous tonight": Todd McLellan praises Connor McDavid in home opener win
"13.10.2016 05:30:01" edmontonjournal.com Oilers down Flames 7-4 As coming-out parties go, the young Edmonton Oilers presented the full-throated, full-house at Rogers Place, which included Wayne Gretzky and Mark Messier on the guest list, with the new generation… Nice start.
"13.10.2016 04:46:30" edmontonjournal.com U.S. firm to build sour gas processing plant southwest of Grande Prairie Construction is expected to begin in the second quarter of 2017, and the plant is expected to be online by the second quarter of 2019. Under terms of its 15-year agreement with NuVista, SemCAMS will process up to 120 million cubic feet of sour gas per day, on a take-or-pay basis.
"13.10.2016 04:39:25" edmontonjournal.com ICYMI: Here's a list of Edmonton's top 10 most valuable houses. Spoiler alert, Daryl Katz's house is number one. The city has added 2015 property assessment information to its open data catalogue, allowing people to check which of the 364,000 homes, commercial/industrial/institutional sites, farms and other l… Daryl Katz appears to be a popular search term on Google. Our most popular story at the moment is a year-old feature on Edmonton's most valuable homes.
"13.10.2016 04:10:28" edmontonjournal.com Photos: First regular-season Oilers game at Rogers Place celebrated with colour Here was the scene at Rogers Place before the Oilers battled the Flames Wednesday. It is the first regular-season game at the new arena. The scene from inside Rogers Place before puck drop
"13.10.2016 03:28:27" Timeline Photos Here's Patrick Maroon scoring the Oilers first goal of the regular season
"13.10.2016 02:45:31" edmontonjournal.com Graham Thomson: PC leadership race gets more interesting with new candidate Sandra Jansen The good news for Sandra Jansen is that Stephen Carter has experience in running a successful PC leadership campaign. The bad news for Jansen is that Carter helped make Alison Redford premier. Jansen met with journalists for one-on-one chats wherever was most convenient for the media. I met her in a Starbucks near the legislature.
"13.10.2016 02:23:03" edmontonjournal.com Paula Simons: Justice delayed, justice denied, in Alberta's dysfunctional court system Trial delays like this aren't just unfair. They're absurd. And they undermine public confidence in the rule of law itself. Alberta judges have clearly had enough. Alberta Justice can't get an accused murderer to trial? Well, then, more and more, Alberta judges aren't hesitating to stay charges.
"13.10.2016 01:46:36" edmontonjournal.com Edmonton dentist faces sedation restrictions after 'incident' with child patient An Edmonton dentist has been temporarily banned from administering general anesthetic or any form of sedation to his patients while an investigation is conducted, believed to be related to an incid… The patient involved in the incident is believed to be four-year old Amber Athwal.
"13.10.2016 01:11:40" edmontonjournal.com Dan Barnes: Connor McDavid says Edmonton Oilers' culture of losing has to change — now The Edmonton Oilers need to play that big, confident game. Win early and often to make believers of themselves, their fan base and their opponents. Carry that momentum through a full campaign and m… “When you go into tough buildings like Anaheim, L.A. and San Jose, all these big western teams, I don't want to say we had a tendency to get pushed around, but we would lose a few more battles than we won last year”
"13.10.2016 01:01:05" edmontonjournal.com Point, counter-point: Edmonton Oilers and their NHL playoff hopes or hopelessness Jim Matheson, Robert Tychkowski state their cases for why the Oilers will and will not make the playoffs this upcoming NHL season. Will they or won't they, make the playoffs. Our Jim Matheson and Robert Tychkowski tee up the Oilers season
"13.10.2016 00:00:00" edmontonjournal.com The Rogers Place story: The dream, the debate and the deals that built the arena A vision. Politics and negotiations. And, now that it is open, hopes and fears about what it will do for Edmonton's downtown. Here is the story of Rogers Place. Tonight's the big night. The Oilers play their first regular season game at Rogers Place. Here's is out big feature from the day the arena opened.
"12.10.2016 23:17:55" edmontonjournal.com Edmonton Eskimos fined $20,000, head coach Jason Maas fined $15,000 for refusing to wear microphones The Edmonton Eskimos were fined $20,000 and head coach Jason Maas was fined $15,000 for refusing to wear live microphones during a game in Montreal, the Canadian Football League announced Wednesday… The head coach and quarterback of both clubs were mandated to wear microphones for television during Edmonton's 40-20 victory over the Alouettes on Monday
"12.10.2016 23:05:43" Hockey legend Wayne Gretzky is joining the Oilers Entertainment Group as a partner and vice-chair. The Oilers made the announcement shortly after unveiling the refurbished Gretzky statue at Rogers Place on Wednesday Oct. 12.
"12.10.2016 22:47:00" edmontonjournal.com 'I am back as an Oiler': Wayne Gretzky celebrates refurbished statue, new role with the team Wayne Gretzky has returned to Edmonton, and in more ways then one. “He is part Edmontonian, and once an Oiler always an Oiler. We respect that”
"12.10.2016 22:26:17" edmontonjournal.com Edmonton Eskimos fined $20,000, head coach Jason Maas fined $15,000 for... The Edmonton Eskimos were fined $20,000 and head coach Jason Maas was fined $15,000 for refusing to wear live microphones during a game in... Commissioner Jeffrey Orrige said that if Maas refuses to wear a mic when asked to in any future game he will receive the maximum fine allowable and be suspended one game.
"12.10.2016 21:57:53" edmontonjournal.com Dan Barnes: Wayne Gretzky's presence a bridge between Edmonton Oilers'... It was a hot day in August of 1988, but Edmonton was minus-99, and the chilling vacuum created by Wayne Gretzky's shocking departure for Los... The partnership is brand, spanking new. It's a handshake deal and a work in progress, but Gretzky is clearly happy with the prospects.
"12.10.2016 21:04:58" edmontonjournal.com Suspect in Little Pine First Nation murder, RCMP shooting in B.C.... A manhunt is over after RCMP located the 40-year-old man wanted in connection with the shooting of an RCMP officer near Golden, B.C. and also in a... The City of Revelstoke, in a statement posted Wednesday afternoon to its official Facebook page, said RCMP “have confirmed the suspect has been located. The search has been discontinued and the RCMP will continue with their investigation. The safety of
"12.10.2016 20:41:17" edmontonjournal.com Stony Plain Mounties lay kidnapping charges after man flees Edmonton condo A man claims he was kidnapped at gunpoint in Stony Plain and taken to an Edmonton condominium early Saturday morning. According to Stony Plain RCMP, the armed abductors drove the man to a condominium in south Edmonton where he was able to escape unharmed.
"12.10.2016 20:33:57" edmontonjournal.com Jason Gregor: Edmonton Oilers winger Milan Lucic's lack of pre-season... There is absolutely no reason to be concerned Milan Lucic didn't put the puck in the net for the Edmonton Oilers this pre-season. Lucic is using the pre-season to recognize subtle nuances in McDavid's and Eberle's games.
"12.10.2016 19:45:35" edmontonjournal.com Kenny vs. Kanye: What does country's biggest Gambler have in common with hip-hop's most egotistical artist? Phone scandals! Song titles! Bill Withers! Oddly enough, the two icons happen to share a few things in common, including their use of learning as a theme in their musical careers. The Scholars was the name of Rogers's first band, while West's first three album titles reference education (or the
"12.10.2016 19:16:09" edmontonjournal.com Red Bull Crashed Ice gives Edmonton the cold-shoulder for return event The downhill skate race that drew 70,000 fans in one night to downtown Edmonton when it debuted in 2015 will not make a repeat performance this year. Red Bull Crashed Ice officials announced their … What's up with this? Red Bull Crashed Ice officials added Ottawa not Edmonton.
"12.10.2016 19:09:48" news.nationalpost.com O Cannabis: The future of marijuana in Canada, and the hazy transition period ahead © 2016 National Post, a division of Postmedia Network Inc. All rights reserved. Unauthorized distribution, transmission or republication strictly prohibited. ALBERTA
The province's famous mountain resort towns are also tops in Canada for per capita pot possession charges. In Lake Louise, nearly 40 out of every 1,000 residents were investigated for possessing pot in 2015, while in Jasper it was 30 out of every
"12.10.2016 19:01:20" news.nationalpost.com Make a weeknight chicken tikka masala that's easy and full of flavour Since we don't have an Indian restaurant within a 20-minute radius of my house, I've been recreating the flavours at home Delivery isn't the devil; but save it for cravings. #life #food
"12.10.2016 17:29:40" Edmonton Oilers Game Day Live! Jim Matheson breaks down tonight's contest against the Calgary Flames at Rogers Place.
"12.10.2016 17:17:04" business.financialpost.com Canada's RadicalGenerosity funding model gears up for global expansion The SheEO program will lend $1 million to help women entrepreneurs expand their businesses in Canada in the next year and is being rolled out... 'Once people start to really see the impact we are having on these women, it's a game changer'
"12.10.2016 17:00:59" news.nationalpost.com Make dinner in 20 minutes Of all the steak-and-greens recipes I've come across, this one deserves props for being a bit of an oddball Shake 'n' steak, or how to pull off a lean meal where less seems like more. #life #food
"12.10.2016 16:45:18" driving.ca How It Works: Hydrogen fuel cells Powerplant generates electricity with only water as a byproduct driving.ca: Are hydrogen fuel-cells the future of cars? #autos
"12.10.2016 16:01:08" news.nationalpost.com Diagnosed with stage IV lung cancer, mother of two beats the odds with... The news came down less than a week after the initial x-ray, and it was not good: Steinberg had a tumour in her lung. At just 39 years old, she had... With a slate of new targeted therapies, the outlook for many lung cancer patients has improved considerably in just a few short years. #health
"12.10.2016 15:58:21" Can Connor McDavid win the scoring title? How huge a season will Connor McDavid have? Our hockey experts give their predictions.
"12.10.2016 15:25:22" Timeline Photos Edmonton Oilers Game Day Live! Jim Matheson breaks down tonight's contest against the Calgary Flames at Rogers Place. Jim will be live after the morning skate at 11:30 a.m. Bring your eyeballs and some questions for Jim.
"12.10.2016 15:00:45" news.nationalpost.com Amateur cyclists tackle the French Pyrenees in steep and gruelling Haute... For many people, vacation means lying poolside or beachside, reading and relaxing. But for me, it meant biking through the French Pyrenees in a... The Haute Route series, otherwise known as the "highest, toughest and most prestigious amateur cycling events in the world."
"12.10.2016 14:49:15" Oilers have to get off to a good start Oilers head coach Todd McLellan speaks to the media after the last practice before the start of the NHL season Wednesday.
"12.10.2016 14:30:22" driving.ca Why there's no such thing as a car 'accident' It's time to scrub the word accident from our reporting when it comes to car crashes and collisions driving.ca: Because when you blow a stop sign and T-bone another car, that's not an accident. That's a crash. #autos
"12.10.2016 14:18:51" Gretzky's Wine & Whisky opens at the airport Wayne Gretzky is on hand to open his new restaurant, Gretzky's Wine & Whisky restaurant at the Edmonton International Airport.
"12.10.2016 14:06:36" edmontonjournal.com Bashaw residents rally around family who lost everything in suspicious fire at motel they've operated for years A central Alberta community is still reeling from a fire that destroyed the home and business of a local family, leaving one person dead and others in hospital with serious burns. In the absence of… Fire crews were called to the motor inn early Sunday and found the building engulfed in flames. Three people who escaped the burning building were rushed to hospital. One has since been released while the other two were still being treated Tuesday. The
"12.10.2016 13:04:13" news.nationalpost.com O Cannabis: The future of marijuana in Canada, and the hazy transition period ahead Weed could soon be glorious and free in the True North. Postmedia looks at what this means for you Postmedia has embarked on a national series looking at the future of marijuana in Canada to examine what could be the defining nation-changing event of legalization. In this multi-part series, journalists from across the country look at the legal, medical
"12.10.2016 13:00:22" edmontonjournal.com U of A to study impact of 'Spanx for larger people' When Marty Enokson first had bariatric surgery eight years ago to lose 31 kilograms, he faced what many patients suffer following the medical procedure: excess skin. “After I lost weight, I felt like a flying squirrel because there's so much loose skin flying about.”
"12.10.2016 12:20:56" edmontonjournal.com City nets $125,000 in Rogers Place parking tickets; Katz Group resumes bid for gravel lot City officials have handed out more than $125,000 in parking tickets around Rogers Place, and the Katz Group has made a second attempt to win approval for a gravel parking lot i… Going to the game tonight? Watch out where you park.
"12.10.2016 12:00:01" edmontonjournal.com Dan Barnes: Oiler winger Benoit Pouliot throws off rust, looks for consistency He might get 50 points. But he might not play 50 games. So as much as the Oilers would love to count on Benoit Pouliot to do more for them — a desire reflected in the $20-million, five-year deal he… Pouliot, who should see second-unit power play duty right out of the gate, wants to put distance between himself and his history of injury and inconsistency
"12.10.2016 03:30:00" edmontonjournal.com Quick start to season crucial for Oilers The new building is almost old news at this point, the Edmonton Oilers have been playing and practising in it for weeks, what's important now is the new team. So amid the glitter and spotlights of … With six of their first nine games at home, and very little flying time on three single-game road trips to Calgary, Winnipeg and Vancouver, the schedule is laid out perfectly for the kind of quick start the Oilers need.
"12.10.2016 03:00:00" edmontonjournal.com David Staples: Chinatown resident blames cluster of social agencies for drug-addict ghetto Four times a day, Georgina Fiddler, 63, takes her little dog Jack for a walk through her neighbourhood. Fiddler loves the area, with its bakeries, vibrant business sector and many fine familie… Fiddler is so fed up with lack of action to clean up the area that she's started her own “Make It Awkward” campaign
"12.10.2016 02:30:02" edmontonjournal.com Six storylines: Lucic still looking to click on Oilers top line Milan Lucic didn't score in pre-season with Connor McDavid but by end of exhibitions more good stuff was happening Will big Milan Lucic find happiness on left-wing with Connor McDavid and Jordan Eberle?
"12.10.2016 02:28:40" edmontonjournal.com 'I will miss him forever': Court hears from family of man stabbed 40 times by wife A woman who admitted tying up and stabbing her estranged husband 40 times, then attempted to throw police off her trail, is being sentenced for his murder in Edmonton court this week.&nbs… “I feel so ashamed being related to someone who did this.”
"12.10.2016 00:42:02" edmontonjournal.com Edmonton Oilers have announced their opening night roster The Edmonton Oilers have released their roster for Wednesday night's home opener against the Calgary Flames. Goaltenders 50 Jonas Gustavsson 33 Cam Talbot Defencemen 83 Matthew Benning 88 Bra… Your Edmonton Oilers.
"11.10.2016 23:28:44" edmontonjournal.com Wayne Gretzky opens whisky bar at Edmonton International Airport Wayne Gretzky returned to Edmonton Monday where he hoisted a different kind of drinking vessel than the Stanley Cups he won in the 1980s. The former Oilers star raised a wine glass to toa… “Edmonton is where I grew up and played and had a lot of fun and success and it's a great sports city"
"11.10.2016 22:51:20" edmontonjournal.com Man shot to death outside north-end home identified as Edmonton's 35th homicide victim of 2016 A 30-year-old man has been identified as the city's 35th homicide victim of the year. Autopsy results released Tuesday confirm Phu Phan was shot to death while parked in a vehicle outside a north s… Autopsy results released Tuesday confirm Phu Phan was shot to death while parked in a vehicle outside a north-side home last week.
"11.10.2016 22:00:00" Canada's relationship with pot Weed could soon be legal in the True North. Postmedia looks at what this means for you. Our series starts Wednesday. Here's a preview.
"11.10.2016 20:49:38" edmontonjournal.com Infrastructure minister says no guarantees on Yellowhead Trail funding The province is hopeful it can find money for the $1-billion Yellowhead Trail overhaul but can't offer any guarantees due to the province's worsening financial situation, Infrastructure… The province is hopeful it can find money for the $1-billion Yellowhead Trail overhaul but can't offer any guarantees.
"11.10.2016 18:46:57" edmontonjournal.com Chef Levi Biddlecombe hits Chopped Canada this weekend in season finale Local chef battles fellow food truck vets in season 3 finale Attila The HUNgry chef will show off his skills on the Food Network this weekend.
"11.10.2016 18:34:36" Hairy situation: Leotards for dogs Dog leotards: it's a thing!
"11.10.2016 18:10:18" edmontonjournal.com Man dead after colliding with downtown building A man is dead after a vehicle crashed into a downtown building Tuesday morning. The driver was treated and transported to hospital where he was pronounced dead after the crash near 104 Avenue… 104 Avenue between 104 Street and 106 Street will be closed for several hours as police investigate the fatal crash.
"11.10.2016 17:56:21" edmontonjournal.com Federal funding sought to help manage high-risk sexual offenders Trust has never been Joe's strong suit. The only thing harder for him than trusting others is getting them to trust him. A group vying to change that may be running out of time. Joe, 28,… Joe is a convicted sex offender. After getting out of prison he almost sexually assaulted another young boy. Now he's getting help from a national program that works to prevent high-risk sex offenders from offending again but that program is in jeopardy
"11.10.2016 17:15:13" driving.ca Your Corner Wrench: Easing the fear of 'check engine' lights This little omen brings fear of the unknown, but it doesn't have to be a headache driving.ca: A check-engine light could be anything. Here's some help deciphering that little dashboard omen. #autos
"11.10.2016 17:14:22" edmontonjournal.com Council approves protected Edmonton downtown bike lanes for 2017 Council unanimously voted Tuesday to approve a downtown bike grid, opting for a separated grid to be in place by summer of 2017. The grid will be created using temporary structures w… Council unanimously voted Tuesday to approve a downtown bike grid, opting for a separated grid to be in place by summer of 2017.
"11.10.2016 17:01:11" news.nationalpost.com The AIDS Memorial Quilt: How scraps of fabric grew into a monument to love Twenty-nine years ago, the AIDS Memorial Quilt was unfolded on the National Mall in Washington for the first time, with 1,920 panels. Today, it has... A new book tracks the history and individual stories behind the Names Project AIDS Memorial Quilt. #health
"11.10.2016 16:28:44" edmontonjournal.com Move over Colonel, Popeyes bites into Edmonton fried chicken fray Popeyes Louisiana Kitchen is opening its first western Canadian restaurant in Edmonton's Tamarack area in November. Popeyes Louisiana Kitchen is opening its first western Canadian restaurant in the Tamarack area in southeast Edmonton in November, followed by the first Calgary location in Forest Lawn, the company said Monday.
"11.10.2016 16:15:14" driving.ca Can we solve traffic problems with autonomous cars? Sure, there are some good reasons the dawn of autonomous cars has us ambivalent – but there's one big problem that could be solved: traffic jams driving.ca: Turns out, taking humans out of the equation might actually be the key to eliminating traffic jams. #autos
"11.10.2016 16:01:15" news.nationalpost.com For great home cooking, celebrate 'Small Victories' Writer, recipe developer and chef Julia Turshen highlights hundreds of kitchen learnings and bold flavours in her new cookbook, Small Victories In her new book, writer, recipe developer and chef Julia Turshen shows how simple successes lead to better cooking. #life #food
"11.10.2016 15:00:52" news.nationalpost.com How 'street style' lost its meaning and its power There is no such thing as street style. Not anymore. Very little of what is presented as "street style" is actually of-the-street, born and bred "Today, what we used to think of as street style — athletic, down-market, serendipitous, multicultural – is reflected in the looks offered by both the historic Christian Dior and the corporate Maison Margiela." #life #fashion
"11.10.2016 14:32:05" edmontonjournal.com The jury's still out on Oilers' rookie Jesse Puljujarvi Jesse Puljujarvi will start the season with Edmonton Oilers but the jury's out on if he's really ready or not. His camp was average (one goal, no assists, nine shots). He'll be the third youngest NHLer behind defenceman Mikhail Sergachev in Montreal (No. 9 pick) and forward Pierre-Luc Dubois (No. 3 pick by Columbus).
"11.10.2016 14:27:00" edmontonjournal.com Cardio vs weights: what's the best exercise? This week I thought I would post some comments that were shared by clients. All names have been changed to protect the innocent. Women and cardio Jane: “Why do women gravitate to cardio inste… Cardio is accessible and provides a great starting point. It's much easier to go for a walk or hop on a treadmill and push a button than it is to figure out sets, reps, form, weight etc.
But research is increasingly touting the benefits of proper weight
"11.10.2016 14:16:05" Violent home robbery Edmonton Police are investigating a violent home robbery in northeast Edmonton where a firearm was discharged, injuring a resident of the home. Video by Shaughn Butts
"11.10.2016 14:05:37" Timeline Photos Here is today's Malcolm Mayes cartoon.
"11.10.2016 13:23:18" edmontonjournal.com Cities taking brunt of cuts to program that helps keep sex offenders in check Federal funding cuts mean cities such as Edmonton are financially responsible for treatment of known sex offenders living in the community. “Knowing that our police service is already running… “Knowing that our police service is already running as fast as it can to keep up with calls for service, it is an absolute abdication of their responsibility to cities and towns across Canada that they aren't offering more financial support, perhaps for
"11.10.2016 13:08:39" Edmonton laundromat Thanksgiving dinner An Edmonton thanksgiving dinner tradition continues with 1,300 people eating dinner at the Millbourne Laundromat.
"11.10.2016 03:47:36" edmontonjournal.com Alouettes turned off by Eskimos' decision to tune out of live broadcast Not everyone was happy with the Edmonton Eskimos' decision to opt out of Monday's Live Mic broadcast. At the front of that line, or at least right... “I'd hope as a league we can be more on the same page and be a little more professional about all those things.”
"11.10.2016 03:03:41" edmontonjournal.com Matthew Fisher: Canada's dreamers ignore Russian aggression and offer... Liberal government chooses to ignore such issues as the seizure of Crimea, bombing of Aleppo. Will speak instead about global warming The dreamers now ruling Canada believe a gentler stance can lead to a more trusting relationship with Putin on northern issues.
"11.10.2016 02:16:19" edmontonjournal.com School board members question Wetaskiwin trustee's eligibility A school trustee's faith has prompted some people in Wetaskiwin to question his eligibility to serve on the public school board. To be eligible as a candidate for trustee, a person must have been a resident of the local jurisdiction for six months prior to nomination day, according to the Local Authorities Election Act.
"11.10.2016 01:41:44" edmontonjournal.com Supporters dominate debate on Edmonton's downtown cycle track Michael Sands is worried about the new cycle tracks. The Fountain Tire owner has a set of 12 parking stalls that require customers to back out... “The speed we're travelling is almost the speed the vehicles are travelling so share the road.”
"11.10.2016 01:08:38" edmontonjournal.com Eskimos speak out about silencing microphones They may have had their offensive amps cranked to 11 on the field, but the Edmonton Eskimos hit the mute button on the airwaves when it came to the... “We worked too hard to get to this point in our season to do something we both aren't comfortable with in a big game."
"11.10.2016 00:41:34" edmontonjournal.com Oilers one step away from being ready to name final roster One or two more twists and the Edmonton Oilers Rubik's Cube is complete. Cut one player, sign Kris Versteeg, tell Drake Caggiula to get a place and... The Oilers wanted to see if Caggiula's skill, speed and hockey sense translated to the NHL level and the 21-year-old began proving it from the start.
"11.10.2016 00:13:34" edmontonjournal.com Police seek suspects after gun fired during break-and-enter One person was wounded after being hit by gunshot “shrapnel” during a break and enter at a northeast Edmonton home early Monday, police said. At... Police are looking for three men in connection with the incident, but said that the identities of the suspects are unknown.
"10.10.2016 23:33:43" edmontonjournal.com Body found after blaze at Bashaw Motor Inn A body has been found after a fire ripped through the Bashaw Motor Inn Sunday morning. Due to water flowing from a broken water main, as of Monday afternoon crews had not yet been able to recover the remains.
"10.10.2016 22:43:32" edmontonjournal.com Edmonton laundry opens doors for 24th annual community Thanksgiving dinner Edmonton newcomer Heather MacAulay and her family had company Thanksgiving Monday when they joined about 1,300 people eating dinner at the... The laundry in the Lee Ridge Shopping Centre at 109 Millbourne Road East has hosted a community Thanksgiving dinner for 24 years.
"10.10.2016 18:36:32" edmontonjournal.com Fort McMurray's motorcycle-riding dog Winky dies Fort McMurray's own motorcycle-riding dog died late Thursday night, after taking a last ride in his owner's jeep trying to find an after-hours veterinarian. A 10-year-old German Shephar… A 10-year-old German Shephard, Winky was best known for his rides through town in a trailer behind owner Allan “Sandy” MacDonald's motorcycle.
"10.10.2016 17:48:12" edmontonjournal.com Five authors to catch at STARfest and LitFest Alberta Literary community has much to explore at two local festivals In addition to the big names, both STARfest and LitFest Alberta host many authors with a fascinating story to share. Here are five to catch.
"10.10.2016 17:36:59" edmontonjournal.com Crews cutting through bush to reach site of northwest Alberta pipeline leak Dense bush and poor weather are hampering the efforts of workers trying to reach the site of a crude oil pipeline leak, a spokeswoman for the Alberta Energy Regulator (AER) says. Calgary-… Investigators still don't know how much product was released because they're having trouble getting equipment to the scene through the heavy forest, AER spokeswoman Carrie Rosa said Monday.
"10.10.2016 16:43:25" edmontonjournal.com Government officials were aware of arcane law that stripped Canadians born abroad of citizenship A former charity head said he repeatedly warned officials about the old law that stripped citizenship from adults born to Canadians abroad from 1977 to 1981 The Canadian government was aware and warned repeatedly years before an arcane law began stripping longtime Canadians of their citizenship, says a man who spent decades lobbying for change.
"10.10.2016 15:13:51" edmontonjournal.com Nick Lees: Enoch Cree Nation youth get their very own BMX-style cycling track Eight-year-old Maddie Morin-Gladue was one of the first youngsters to try out the BMX-style “pump” track last week at the Enoch Cree Nation. “I'm excited,” she said, tightening her pink bike helmet… “All the kids want to come and try the track. They have never seen anything like this before.”
"10.10.2016 04:41:48" edmontonjournal.com Burmese prince dies in small Alberta town after years living in exile The prairie is not a place you would expect to find royalty, but that is where an exiled prince decided to spend his final days. Prince Hso Khan... Settling in Innisfail to be near friends, Yawnghwe lived in exile for almost fifty years, spending time living in Edmonton and Calgary.
"10.10.2016 03:52:27" edmontonjournal.com Blue Jays dispatch Texas Rangers with late charge in tight ALDS finale TORONTO - Josh Donaldson came home from second base on an errant double play attempt in the 10th inning to give the Toronto Blue Jays a dramatic... History was on Toronto's side.
"10.10.2016 02:59:19" edmontonjournal.com Trump, Clinton exchange icy barbs at second U.S. presidential debate,... Trump declared Clinton would 'be in jail' if he were president. Clinton said Trump's aggressively vulgar comments about women had revealed 'exactly... The tension between Trump and Clinton was palpable from the start of their 90-minute debate, the second time they have faced off in the presidential campaign. They did not shake hands as they met at centre stage.
"10.10.2016 02:29:20" edmontonjournal.com 5 battles to watch: Edmonton Eskimos at Montreal Alouettes, Thanksgiving... There could end up being more than one kind of turkey served this Thanksgiving. Coming in with a 4-9 record, the Montreal Alouettes' playoff hopes... With 11 games of 300-plus passing yards this season, Reilly has a chance to break the record of 14 games set by Doug Flutie in 1991.
"10.10.2016 01:56:31" edmontonjournal.com Canadian Forces review of military justice system could see sexual... The military justice system has been under the microscope following complaints that many sexual crimes committed by service members have been... The military justice system has been under the microscope over the last two years following complaints that many sexual crimes committed by service members have been glossed over or ignored.
"10.10.2016 00:58:56" edmontonjournal.com Trump meets with Bill Clinton rape accusers — right before squaring off... The pre-debate event was the clearest sign yet of Trump's plans to try to distract from the swirling controversy over his own predatory remarks... The Trump pre-debate event was the clearest sign yet that he planned to use Bill Clinton's extramarital affairs to try to distract from the swirling controversy over his own predatory remarks about women.
"10.10.2016 00:19:04" edmontonjournal.com FC Edmonton clinch playoff spot with win over Tampa Bay With the victory, FC Edmonton clinched an NASL playoff spot for the first time since the league went to a Spring and Fall Season format in 2012. With the victory, FC Edmonton clinched an NASL playoff spot for the first time since the league went to a Spring and Fall Season format in 2012.
"09.10.2016 23:27:50" edmontonjournal.com Three seriously injured in central Alberta motel fire Police are investigating a blaze that destroyed a central Alberta motel and sent three people to hospital in serious condition. Bashaw RCMP responded to the blaze at the Bashaw Motor Inn around 1:15 a.m. Sunday.
"09.10.2016 22:32:15" edmontonjournal.com Trump digs in ahead of debate as Clinton prepares for 'unchartered... The GOP nominee remains defiant even as he faces mass defections from his own party, and Clinton's camp says she's preparing to spar with a man... Several Clinton advisers and allies said they expect Trump to enter the debate angry, on the defensive and ready to lash out. Clinton will be prepared, but she sees no need to respond point by point, one aide said.
"09.10.2016 21:11:47" edmontonjournal.com Recent cold-case confession gives Edmonton family new hope in search for justice Following the cold-case confession of an Edmonton killer, the family of an Edmonton man slain eight years ago are hoping for similar answers to their questions. “He was an amazing guy. He was… "It's kind of a piss-off, actually, knowing who did it, knowing everything, they just don't have the murder weapon so they can't do anything.”
"09.10.2016 18:36:43" edmontonjournal.com Prairie farmers take financial hit as oil and gas slowdown stalls drilling rigs CALGARY - For 56-year-old farmer Shannon Webb, waking up Friday to six inches of snow coating his grain fields near Wynyard, Sask., the frustration of an interrupted harvest wins out, for now, over worry about the ongoing oil-and-gas drilling downturn. "Being without work, yeah, it's pretty stressful, pretty hard. You know the farm only gives you so much."
"09.10.2016 18:26:16" edmontonjournal.com Morning fender benders on slick roads keeping Edmonton police busy Slick roadways continued to be an issue for Edmonton motorists Sunday. The Yellowhead Trail was down to one lane early in the morning after a tractor trailer jackknifed around 8:15 a.m. near 170 St… Hope you're all staying safe this Thanksgiving weekend.
"09.10.2016 17:16:56" edmontonjournal.com Alberta disaster relief teams embark to Haiti in wake of Hurricane Matthew It was 3 a.m. during a late-night nursing shift in July when Leteshia Gust and Jeanele Bonnaventure signed up to volunteer in Haiti. Their nursing colleague Brittany Pontes was quick to join the endeavour, too — it was an opportunity to travel and learn “It's a big thing so young in my career — I'm a little nervous about my skill base. But this is why I got into nursing. I've always felt a draw to this kind of work, so if not now, then when?” — Jeanele Bonnaventure, who recently graduated from the
"09.10.2016 17:01:32" news.nationalpost.com The beach calls, sun or storm: When the storm doesn't show it's time to... Most people avoid storm season when they plan vacations, but in Tofino on the far west side of Vancouver Island, it's a reason to go In Tofino, tourists flock there during storm season. #travel
"09.10.2016 16:31:36" Edmonton Journal's cover photo Young Turkey Trot fun run participants run through Rundle Park, in Edmonton on Saturday Oct. 8, 2016. Photo by David Bloom / Postmedia
"09.10.2016 16:30:00" edmontonjournal.com Edmonton Oilers history: Ryan Nugent-Hopkins scores in his first NHL game, Oct. 9, 2011 Ryan Nugent-Hopkins scores a goal in his first career NHL game in a 2-1 shootout win over the visiting Pittsburgh Penguins. On this day in Oilers history: Ryan Nugent-Hopkins' plays his first NHL game
"09.10.2016 15:17:38" edmontonjournal.com Edmonton schools warning students that online threats are serious crimes Edmonton's school boards say threats made to schools as part of a scary clown trend are no joke. The issue is not with the clowns, but with the cyber threats themselves.
"09.10.2016 04:29:22" edmontonjournal.com Oilers stop playing after two periods in loss to Canucks Looks like the pre-season was about 20 minutes too long for the Edmonton Oilers. They were riding high after two periods against the Vancouver... They were riding high after two periods against the Vancouver Canucks on Saturday, pounding them 28-8 on the shot clock and well on their way to a sparkling 6-2 exhibition record.
Then came the third.
"09.10.2016 03:54:52" edmontonjournal.com FC Edmonton a win away from clinching playoff spot It's win and they're in for FC Edmonton. A win over the visiting Tampa Bay Rowdies on Sunday (2 p.m.) at Clarke Stadium would clinch a spot in the... “But that is our goal, not just to make the playoffs, I want us to be of the mindset to be the best in the league."
"09.10.2016 02:53:27" edmontonjournal.com Scientist accused of 'crying wolf' on climate change with claim that... Dire predictions that the Arctic would be free of sea ice by September have proven unfounded after satellite images showed there is far more ice... For the month of September overall there was 31 per cent more ice than in 2012, figures released this week by the National Snow and Ice Data Centre (NSIDC) show, amounting to an extra 1.09 million sq km of sea ice.
"09.10.2016 02:19:54" edmontonjournal.com Edmonton charities squeezed on both sides as donations drop, demand spikes The slumping economy hasn't yet forced any charity lotteries to fold but it has caused some to push their sales pitch a little harder than usual. “Without support of our community, we are certain to lose money.”
"09.10.2016 01:47:22" edmontonjournal.com New Edmonton program aims to give vulnerable pregnant women access to... The project, which has an annual budget of $450,000, is slated to launch in April 2017 and will aim to provide women with 12 to 18 months of support. “I knew that going into the hospital, being indigenous, being young, being a single parent, being low income … it raised a lot of red flags.”
"09.10.2016 01:18:14" edmontonjournal.com Mother hopes for answers eight years after son's disappearance in... For Melanie Alix, Thanksgiving weekend marks another year without her son, who disappeared in 2008 and hasn't been heard from since. “The pain is just as great as it was in the beginning … without the shock, the panic."
"09.10.2016 00:39:50" edmontonjournal.com Chiarelli not afraid to move high profile Oilers It took two miserable years and 105 losses to bring Taylor Hall and Nail Yakupov to Edmonton, and just over three months for Peter Chiarelli to... Of the five players who were once considered cornerstones of the rebuild – Hall, Yakupov, Justin Shultz, Jordan Eberle and Ryan Nugent-Hopkins – only Eberle and Nugent-Hopkins are left.
"08.10.2016 23:54:40" edmontonjournal.com Alberta shift to renewable power likely to be less costly than feared,... Alberta's move to shift electricity production from coal plants to renewable energy will likely cost less than people expect, a specialist in the... “Alberta will look a lot different from Ontario … I think people will be quite surprised at how cheap it will be.”
"08.10.2016 23:13:09" edmontonjournal.com Edmonton teens develop smartphone app designed to curb cyberbullying A group of high school students have developed an app designed to curb cyberbullying. The app is designed to detect negative language and give the sender the option to reconsider their choice of words.
"08.10.2016 22:34:52" edmontonjournal.com Kris Russell debuts for Edmonton Oilers versus Canucks: Game Preview Something resembling the Edmonton Oilers opening night lineup will hit the ice, in the club's final game of the exhibition season at Rogers Place... Russell will be on the right-hand-side tonight with Andrej Sekera, on the 2nd pairing.
"08.10.2016 20:55:10" edmontonjournal.com Woman hit and killed by Edmonton bus was loving volunteer The family of a woman hit and killed by an Edmonton Transit bus earlier this week says she was a “lively” woman with an affinity for volunteer work. Mary Lynch, 83, died Oct. 4 when she… “She was a beautiful person, she loved her family endlessly. She gave endlessly to the community."
"08.10.2016 19:38:25" edmontonjournal.com Official: 470 dead in one district of Haiti's southwest At least 470 people have died in one district of Haiti's hard-hit southwest region as authorities slowly reach marooned areas devastated by Hurricane Matthew, a civil defence official said Saturday. Fridnel Kedler, co-ordinator for the Civil Protection At least 470 people have died in one district of Haiti's hard-hit southwest region as authorities slowly reach marooned areas devastated by Hurricane Matthew, a civil defence official said Saturday.
"08.10.2016 17:48:17" edmontonjournal.com Edmonton takes on winter feel after season's first snowfall The downtown farmers' market wrapped up outdoor sales on a wintery note Saturday when Edmonton was hit by the first snowfall of the season. Although Isaiah Morrison said it was… It's starting to feel like winter out there and we're not sure how we feel about it.
"08.10.2016 17:21:21" edmontonjournal.com Alberta pipeline leaks oil into flowing wetland northeast of Fox Creek Alberta's energy watchdog is responding to a pipeline failure that is believed to have leaked oil into a flowing wetland in northwestern Alberta. Calgary-based Trilogy Energy Corp. said it discovered the leak Thursday afternoon at its Kaybob project about Alberta's energy watchdog is responding to a pipeline failure that is believed to have leaked oil into a flowing wetland in northwestern Alberta.
"08.10.2016 17:01:43" edmontonjournal.com Five things to know about the PC leadership race so far The first week of the Progressive Conservative leadership race has been pretty quiet, but there's lots of stuff bubbling just under the surface. As former MP Jason Kenney, former provincial cabinet minister Donna Kennedy-Glans, lawyer Byron Nelson and MLA It's early, but so far there's a glaring absence in the Progressive Conservative leadership race — no candidate from Edmonton.
"08.10.2016 17:01:25" news.nationalpost.com Ben Stiller's plea for controversial early prostate cancer screening has... Stiller said he owes his life to the PSA test — despite medical reports that suggest it is ineffective when used on asymptomatic men, particularly... Ben Stiller says PSA screening for prostate cancer saved his life. But current guidelines strongly recommend against PSA screening for men under the age of 55. #health
"08.10.2016 15:04:18" edmontonjournal.com Graham Thomson: Is Wildrose still cool to the reality of man-made global warming? I'd like to use my column today to directly address members of Alberta's Wildrose caucus. Everyone else can take a break. Grab a coffee, stretch your legs, turn to the comics page. At least there … Thomson: I'd like to use my column today to directly address members of Alberta's Wildrose caucus. Everyone else can take a break. Grab a coffee, stretch your legs, turn to the comics page. At least there you'll get a chuckle.
"08.10.2016 15:01:34" news.nationalpost.com Trust us and try it: Recipe for pumpkin-bourbon cheesecake Cheesecake is usually served cold. So brace yourself for something a little different Some like it hot! Cheesecake, that is. #life #food
"08.10.2016 14:52:07" edmontonjournal.com Londonderry housing project blends subsidized units with market-rate homes Greg Dewling can offer 20 per cent off rent to low-income Edmonton residents and still make his buildings profitable. His new Londonderry pilot project will push that one step further. The executiv… Greg Dewling can offer 20 per cent off rent to low-income Edmonton residents and still make his buildings profitable. His new Londonderry pilot project will push that one step further.
"08.10.2016 05:29:02" edmontonjournal.com Review: Basia Bulat buoyant as she throws folk fans a curveball at Winspear It's always a good idea as a musician to keep them guessing. Throw a curveball once in a while, pull out a song that nobody might ever suspect you would write, maybe horrify the purists with a… No need to fret, fans; the autoharp is still a part of the show
"08.10.2016 05:00:01" edmontonjournal.com Bittergirl the Musical: having fun with the familiar pain of getting dumped The sparky creation of Toronto actor/playwrights Annabel Fitzsimmons, Alison Lawrence, and Mary Francis Moore, Bittergirl was first a play then a book. Now, since everything happens for a reason, i… What the dumpers have in common is, well, gall. “This is hard for me, you know…. I'm going to be the bad guy here,” says one, in an aggrieved tone. The audience groans, and laughs.
"08.10.2016 04:51:03" edmontonjournal.com Edmonton Oilers sign former Calgary Flames defenceman Kris Russell With free-agent defenceman Kris Russell signing with the Edmonton Oilers, what happens to Mark Fayne? Russell is a lefty, not the preferred right-side D the Oilers have been looking for because they have Oscar Klefbom, Darnell Nurse and Andrej Sekera who play left and Brandon Davidson, a left-shooter playing right.
"08.10.2016 04:00:01" edmontonjournal.com Gary Lamphier: New mortgage rules likely to hit first-time buyers “The federal government tried to come up with some policy instruments with a national application, but it seems this is really about trying to solve a problem in Toronto and Vancouver. So I would s… To purchase a $400,000 home — slightly above the current $397,500 median selling price for a fully detached home in the Edmonton area — a buyer will need an annual household income of $80,000, up from about $65,000 now
"08.10.2016 04:00:00" edmontonjournal.com Social Seen: Kingsway anniversary, Rec Room opening Codie McLachlan hits some of our city's best bashes to snap photos for our weekly Social Seen column. He is an Edmonton photojournalist. Email your event suggestions to arts@edm… This week Social Seen goes features the Kingsway 40 Anniversary and Rec Room grand opening
"08.10.2016 03:00:01" edmontonjournal.com Math results continue to slide on Alberta provincial exams Alberta's education minister hopes new approaches will halt the continued slouch of provincial math exam scores within the next few years. Long under scrutiny, Grade 6 and 12 students' math scores declined. Grade 9 results fell short of provincial government targets.
"08.10.2016 02:14:42" edmontonjournal.com Paula Simons: Access to abortion drug one step closer for Alberta women Perhaps, by 2017, Alberta women finally will have access to health care women around the world take for grant. Taken in the first 49 days of pregnancy, Mifegymiso is an effective, safe, non-surgical way to end an unwanted pregnancy
"08.10.2016 00:28:50" edmontonjournal.com Alberta wildlife officers seek poachers of tagged grizzly Alberta Fish and Wildlife officers are appealing for the public's help to find whoever killed a grizzly bear and left it beside a road. The grizzly was shot and its body abandoned M… The grizzly was shot and its body abandoned Monday night on the Pembina River Road
"07.10.2016 23:46:14" edmontonjournal.com Oilers trade Nail Yakupov to St. Louis Blues for Zach Pochiro and conditional pick Both teams confirmed Friday night that in exchange for Yakupov, the Oilers will acquire forward Zach Pochiro and a conditional 2017 third-round draft pick. Yak won't be back
"07.10.2016 23:32:00" edmontonjournal.com Baby Red Pandas make Calgary Zoo debut Taking the spotlight back from their namesakes, a pair of baby Red Pandas has made its public debut at the Calgary Zoo. The yet to be named male cubs were born June 21 to mom, Sakura, and dad, Dusk, and are now venturing out of their den and slowly making Cute, or the cutest?
"07.10.2016 23:10:17" edmontonjournal.com Griffin Reinhart can't get over hump, gets cut by Oilers Of the defencemen taken high in the first round of 2012 draft, Griffin Reinhart continues to spin his wheels for an NHL regular spot Reinhart, who played 29 games last season, averaging 18 minutes a night, has been beaten out by the smaller college free-agent Matt Benning from Northeastern University.
"07.10.2016 22:58:16" edmontonjournal.com Press Gallery #153: The Lightly Carbonated edition Alberta politics seemed to take on the fizzy tingle of a carbonated beverage this week, after the federal government announced a carbon tax. Political parties here responded and not positively… This week the gallery talks federal carbon tax.
"07.10.2016 22:30:57" Homicide in northwest Edmonton Police are offering little details on the events that led to this morning's fatal shooting at a north Edmonton home.
"07.10.2016 21:57:32" edmontonjournal.com Has there been an accounting in Oilers organization for failed Reinhart... The Edmonton Oilers have sent Griffin Reinhart to the American Hockey League. Ouch! On a day when there's much to be excited about with the Oilers,... In his final year for the Edmonton Oil Kings, he was a big but somewhat slow defenceman with good hockey sense and just OK offensive ability. He's that same player now.
"07.10.2016 21:27:15" edmontonjournal.com Police charge third teen this week with uttering threats against... A young person is facing charges connected to threats directed at Ottewell Junior High School and its student body. On Friday, EPS confirmed the teen facing charges connected to threats directed at Ottewell Junior High School and its students.
"07.10.2016 20:52:07" edmontonjournal.com New figures show rise in Alberta employment Thirteen-thousands people found jobs in Alberta last month, but there was little change in the unemployment rate because more workers joined the... With Quebec and New Brunswick also seeing increases, total employment across the country rose 67,000.
"07.10.2016 20:15:34" edmontonjournal.com Chief medical officer of health, police raise alarm over animal... “Albertans need to know that the drug carfentanil has made its way into our province and that it is an extremely dangerous and deadly opioid.” “The smallest trace of carfentanil can be lethal and Albertans should be aware of the life-threatening dangers in using this drug,” said Dr. Karen Grimsrud, Chief Medical Officer of Health, on Friday.
"07.10.2016 19:36:40" edmontonjournal.com Edmonton musicians rock around the clock to raise money for cancer patients “When you're in a band, you're always asking 'Hey, come to my gig' or 'Help us out with this' and I thought this was our way to give back,” says Kiro… Edmonton band The Dungarees will play around the clock next Wednesday. Why? They're raising money for cancer care.
"07.10.2016 19:20:10" business.financialpost.com Family Finance Swapping their over-the-counter mutual funds for a made-to-measure portfolio will dramatically increase this couple's investment income House rich and pension poor, Toronto couple in their 60s worry about retirement income. Family Finance has a solution #business
"07.10.2016 18:13:19" edmontonjournal.com Bittergirl the Musical: having fun with the familiar pain of getting dumped The sparky creation of Toronto actor/playwrights Annabel Fitzsimmons, Alison Lawrence, and Mary Francis Moore, Bittergirl was first a play then a... If life hands you a lemon of a guy, don't make lemonade; make martinis with a twist. And make a night of it with your pals ... check out Bittergirl the Musical at the Citadel Club.
"07.10.2016 17:35:21" edmontonjournal.com Bar Clementine: a tiny, perfect addition to Edmonton dining scene Increasingly, we witness restaurants opening up that don't take reservations, decline to publish a phone number or even provide an email address.... Here's what our reviewer says about the new Edmonton restaurant Bar Clementine:
There's no one in Edmonton who is cooking or mixing things quite this way, and it's exciting to behold.
"07.10.2016 17:31:31" edmontonjournal.com Portion of the Henday closed in southwest Edmonton after early morning crash A serious collision prompted a closure on Anthony Henday Drive on Friday morning. Police have confirmed that a 31-year-old man died in a two-vehicle crash Friday morning on Anthony Henday Drive in southwest Edmonton.
"07.10.2016 17:30:16" driving.ca Revived Jeep Grand Wagoneer could top $140,000 Jeep's Wagoneer and Grand Wagoneer are on the cusp of returning – with a pretty hefty price tag driving.ca: There's going to be a new Grand Wagoneer, but how much is too much for a Jeep? #autos
"07.10.2016 17:01:12" news.nationalpost.com Recipes for apple pie and pumpkin pie help avoid 'a heated conversation' Some insist on their pie served cold, others swear warming it is the way to go. With pie set to be plated this weekend, some top chefs and bakers... Hot or cold pie for Thanksgiving? #life #food
"07.10.2016 16:30:25" driving.ca Car Review: 2016 Alfa Romeo 4C Spider The visceral thrill of a raw sports car is channelled behind the wheel of this sexy beast driving.ca: “Help, I've fallen into my Alfa and I can't get out!” The pain of living with a car as sexy as the #AlfaRomeo 4C is worth it, though. #autos
"07.10.2016 16:19:31" edmontonjournal.com Homicide officers probe fatal shooting at northside home Edmonton homicide police are investigating a Friday morning shooting in the city's northwest that left one man dead. Responding to a weapons complain, police went to the house at 171 Avenue a… Neighbours said they heard shots being fired and upon arrival police found a man on the ground suffering gunshot wounds. Paramedics attempted CPR but the man died at the scene.
"07.10.2016 16:07:22" edmontonjournal.com Toronto Police charge Ken Pagan with mischief in Blue Jays beer can-tossing incident Pagan, a Hamilton man, turned himself into police Thursday evening — one day after the force released his picture to the public Pagan's lawyer, Tyler Smith, said he was charged with one count of mischief upon entering the station. Pagan said nothing to the media during his walk to the station's front doors.
"07.10.2016 16:02:40" news.nationalpost.com Surreal Garden of the Gods a must-see destination Its soaring peaks tower like cathedral spires over a breathtaking landscape that has taken hundreds of millions of years to carve from red sandstone Colorado will rock your world. #travel
"07.10.2016 16:01:01" news.nationalpost.com Make dinner in 30 minutes Etouffee-style baked crab and shrimp offers main-course and appetizer possbilities Baked crab and shrimp: Born on the bayou, but just as good made by you. #life #food
"07.10.2016 15:30:20" driving.ca Motor Mouth: Electrification might end up saving auto racing Between Formula One and Formula E, it's not hard to see which will have more of an impact on future production cars driving.ca: Say what you will about electrification, it makes for legitimately interesting motorsports. #autos
"07.10.2016 15:03:16" edmontonjournal.com Coldplay announces Edmonton show Rogers Place will host another big show next year. British rockers Coldplay will bring their Head Full of Dreams tour to Edmonton on Tuesday, Sept.... Coldplay announces its first Canadian shows in five years, including a stop in Edmonton.
"07.10.2016 15:02:16" news.nationalpost.com People are living longer but new study puts a ceiling on human lifespan Medical advances have led scientists to speculate that there is no upper limit. But new research suggests the current record for oldest person may... Average life expectancy continues to rise. But don't expect we'll be living to 150 any time soon, if ever. #health
"07.10.2016 15:00:43" news.nationalpost.com Seven quiet Manhattan getaways that aren't in Central Park Head spinning from your New York trip? Take a break at these seven parks, both private and city-owned, but all open to the public Central Park is great, but some of Manhattan's lesser-known parks offer a better respite from the hustle of the big city. #travel
"07.10.2016 12:54:13" Angry Birds at Telus World of Science They look angry and ready to destroy some fortresses. The Angry Birds Universe exhibition lands at the Telus World Of Science. Video by David Bloom
"07.10.2016 12:30:25" edmontonjournal.com Union argues Edmonton bus blind spot could hide 19 pedestrians Transit union officials say an unnecessary, massive blind spot on Edmonton's New Flyer buses was likely to blame in Tuesday's fatal pedestrian accident and are urging official… If a bus is sitting in traffic waiting to turn left, 19 people could stand side by side on the far side of the street and disappear from the driver's view, said Brian Sherlock, safety specialist with Amalgamated Transit Union International. He spent the
"07.10.2016 05:16:49" edmontonjournal.com Dan Barnes: Mic'd up Eskimos coach will shoot from the lip, hope for the best in Montreal Jason Maas admits to some discomfort, and that would seem to make perfect sense. His Eskimos are 7-7 and not yet assured of a playoff spot. They have to play three of the last four games of th… Lose as often as they did early and at home, and it is what it is in October; a weekly dose of do-or-die
"07.10.2016 04:53:32" Connor McDavid talks about his first game captaining the Oilers.
"07.10.2016 03:58:32" edmontonjournal.com Oilers captain scores twice as hosts down Jets 5-2 The Monster was somewhat less than monsterish in Vancouver his last pre-season game, but Jonas Gustavsson re-established himself as a solid backup Thursday against the Winnipeg Jets. He had some cr… The Monster was somewhat less than monsterish in Vancouver his last pre-season game, but Jonas Gustavsson re-established himself as a solid backup Thursday against the Winnipeg Jets.
"07.10.2016 03:12:39" edmontonjournal.com Oilers rumoured to be talking Nail Yakupov trade with Blackhawks The clock's ticking for Nail Yakupov who knows he's not long for the Oilers but doesn't know where he'll go in a trade. Maybe Chicago It was Nail Yakupov's 23rd birthday Thursday but Peter Chiarelli didn't hand him the ultimate gift — a trade to the Chicago Blackhawks, which was the hot, hot rumour du jour. But the Edmonton Oilers and the Hawks are talking.
"07.10.2016 03:01:59" edmontonjournal.com High-tech tracking allows University of Alberta grad students to study cattle at home on the range Why did the researcher put collars on cows? She wanted to follow their moovements. University of Alberta graduate student Carly Moore in the summer of 2015 outfitted 30 cattle w… Why did the researcher put collars on cows? She wanted to follow their moovements.
"07.10.2016 02:10:54" edmontonjournal.com David Staples: Meet the Hinton Honey Pot, king of Alberta speed traps It's highway robbery on some roads in rural Alberta now that towns and private companies have deployed photo radar enforcement. Take the case of the Hinton Honey Pot, which may be the mo… It's highway robbery on some roads in rural Alberta now that towns and private companies have deployed photo radar enforcement.
"07.10.2016 01:01:09" edmontonjournal.com Family of home invasion suspect shot dead share troubled history of young man After her son was shot during a bizarre and violent home invasion, Charmagne Daniel said while her son was troubled, he was loved. After her son was shot during a bizarre and violent home invasion, Charmagne Daniel said while her son was troubled, he was loved.
"07.10.2016 00:01:03" edmontonjournal.com RCMP searching for central Alberta attempted carjacking suspects Three men used a vehicle to rear-end a truck on the Queen Elizabeth 2 Highway, then tried to steal the vehicles of Good Samaritans who stopped to assist, said Ponoka RCMP. Three men used a vehicle to rear-end a truck on the Queen Elizabeth 2 Highway, then tried to steal the vehicles of Good Samaritans who stopped to assist, said Ponoka RCMP.
"06.10.2016 23:45:05" edmontonjournal.com Alberta's impaired driving law subject of constitutional challenge Alberta's drunk driving law is unconstitutional and was passed to save money, not lives, a provincial court of appeal heard Thursday. Lawyer Nathan Whitling made that argument on behalf of fi… Alberta's drunk driving law is unconstitutional and was passed to save money, not lives, a provincial court of appeal heard Thursday.
"06.10.2016 22:57:44" edmontonjournal.com 'There's sewage … and it's pretty gross:' water main break forces inner-city aid agency to close over Thanksgiving Edmonton's busiest drop-in centre was pumping out sewage from its basement Thursday after a broken line forced the building to close. Ian Mathieson, director of operations for Boyle Stre… Edmonton's busiest drop-in centre was pumping out sewage from its basement Thursday after a broken line forced the building to close.
"06.10.2016 21:14:59" edmontonjournal.com Premier Notley calls on Alberta's municipal politicians to 'raise the volume' to get pipeline approval Premier Rachel Notley is rallying pipeline support across Alberta in her spat with the federal government over its new carbon pricing plan. In a speech Thursday in Edmonton to the Alberta Urba… Premier Rachel Notley is rallying pipeline support across Alberta in her spat with the federal government over its new carbon pricing plan.