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"06.12.2016 05:52:13" edmontonjournal.com Gary Lamphier: Industrial real estate developer Imperial Equities rides... “People in our province, particularly in hard hit areas such as Fort McMurray, Red Deer, Calgary and Grande Prairie, have long been waiting for... Last week's agreement by the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries to cut output by about 1.2 million barrels per day should also help the oilpatch get back on its feet, he figures.
"06.12.2016 04:47:13" edmontonjournal.com Paula Simons: No magic bullets for the avengers on Edmonton's new... “We leave no stones unturned. Landlords are not typically happy when we come.” Of course, unlike the Avengers, the members of the Problem Properties Task Force don't actually have superpowers. Their legal powers are a bit more mundane.
"06.12.2016 03:45:27" edmontonjournal.com Edmonton police showcase new suits that simulate impaired driving Edmonton police used a novel way to demonstrate how drugs and alcohol influence drivers in an effort to curb the number of collisions expected over... The “drugged driving suit” uses padding, ankle weights, flashing light goggles and headphones to recreate the conditions of driving after consuming alcohol or illegal drugs.
"06.12.2016 02:57:39" edmontonjournal.com Graham Thomson: Alberta politicians of all stripes distance themselves... The twisted views of a minority in the crowd distracted the media's attention from the anti-carbon tax message. Lost in the furor is the fact that the majority of protesters reflect the sincere concerns of Albertans who worry about the effect of the carbon tax on the province's economy and on their own pocket-book.
"06.12.2016 02:53:26" Drugged Driving suit WATCH: The Edmonton Police Service Drugged Driving suit simulates the effects drugs and alcohol can have on a driver. Flashing light goggles and headphones dull perceptions of a sober person and uneven ankle weights make walking even more unstable.
"06.12.2016 02:20:09" edmontonjournal.com David Staples: Can Edmonton Oilers weather the storm without Darnell... Can the Edmonton Oilers defence weather the storm coming with Darnell Nurse out for an extended period? And what will the Oilers defence look like... The loss of Nurse could not have come at a worse time.
"06.12.2016 01:50:54" edmontonjournal.com Wild lawns need structure to avoid city weed-wacker, says official It may be an oxymoron, but Edmonton will require so-called naturalized front yards to display structure, planning and design. “It's not just going... Naturalized yards are becoming more popular in Edmonton, with 200 yards awarded Front Yards in Bloom recognition this year in the natural yard category.
"06.12.2016 01:30:00" canada.com Metallica Contest | Canada.com Enter for your chance to win to see Metallica live at a future North American 2017 tour concert date! Enter for your chance to see Metallica live at a future North American 2017 tour concert date!
"06.12.2016 01:27:17" edmontonjournal.com Edmonton's Rosenau Transport opens major airport distribution centre A major Edmonton-based trucking company hopes a new facility at the Edmonton International Airport will help launch it into the growing global air... “Air China comes here now, KLM, Icelandair. Edmonton is really trying to put itself on the map for air cargo."
"06.12.2016 00:56:16" edmontonjournal.com City crews blast Edmonton sidewalk weeds with fire. Not a good plan City officials even tried propane fire torches in their pilot project to tackle the weeds growing in the cracks of Edmonton's crumbling sidewalks.... Coun. Bryan Anderson asked for the pilot project and weed-elimination program, arguing the weed-filled cracks are trip hazards and eyesores.
"06.12.2016 00:19:05" edmontonjournal.com Police investigate hate crime after man ties noose, threatens two Muslim... Edmonton police are looking for a man who hatefully harassed two Muslim women at the University LRT station earlier this month. The man pulled a rope from his pocket and tied it into a noose before threatening the women, saying “This is for you.” He then began singing O Canada.
"05.12.2016 23:56:47" edmontonjournal.com Alberta sees 15 opioid-related deaths in three-month span The province is issuing a warning to those who use opioids to avoid using them with alcohol or other drugs and not use them without someone else... A release from the government Monday said carfentanil, a toxic drug 10,000 more powerful than morphine, has been linked to 14 overdose deaths between September and the end of November alone.
"05.12.2016 23:20:06" edmontonjournal.com Family of patients calling for more long-term care in Hinton Residents of Hinton were calling on the provincial government Monday to bring back much needed long-term care beds for their aging relatives. “Once... “Once in care, my parents were sent all the way to Whitecourt, which took a toll on both of them and on our family."
"05.12.2016 22:20:10" edmontonjournal.com Edmonton takes controversial safe injection sites to the public Alberta Avenue resident Adam Millie “tore a strip off” council staff when he heard Edmonton was considering four safe injection sites in the inner... Officials expect some tension in these consultation meetings because Edmonton's inner-city neighbourhoods have a high concentration of poverty and social services.
"05.12.2016 22:02:38" edmontonjournal.com Bodega Highlands scoops tasty honours Highlands restaurant a favourite with Alberta chapter od Les Clefs d'Or Congratulations to Bodega Highlands, for winning the Alberta Les Clefs d'Or/WHERE Magazine's Silver Service Award.
"05.12.2016 21:01:04" news.nationalpost.com Legendary streetwear designer talks UNIQLO What do Kanye West, Cara Delevigne and Japanese retailer UNIQLO have in common? One word (or person, really): Nigo What do Kanye West, Cara Delevigne and Japanese retailer UNIQLO have in common? Nigo. #life
"05.12.2016 20:25:11" business.financialpost.com Midas Letter: Trumpenomics to avoid Canada, to remain competitive, has only one choice: cut taxes and emulate U.S. policy to offset as much as possible the financial hit to exported... Time to get out of any Canadian company that needs U.S. markets to succeed #business
"05.12.2016 20:01:02" news.nationalpost.com 'Gravy as the main dish? Yes, please' Using beans and mushrooms, gravy can go from condiment to centrepiece at the holiday table From a vegan cook, gravy for the holidays and beyond. #life
"05.12.2016 19:27:37" edmontonjournal.com Wildrose should disavow "Trump-style hate politics" in Alberta: NDP Government house leader Brian Mason has called on Wildrose Leader Brian Jean to denounce “Trump-style hate politics” in Alberta. Mason made the comments on his way into Cabinet Monday m… Mason called the sentiments expressed at the rally “disgusting.”
"05.12.2016 19:00:52" news.nationalpost.com Georgia's capital is having a moment It's been 152 years since General William Tecumseh Sherman burned his way through this lovely southern city. The flames have long been doused — but... Welcome to 'Hotlanta'! #travel
"05.12.2016 17:43:05" edmontonjournal.com Food in North often expired — even at high prices and with subsidy, good food is hard to find Tracey Galloway of the University of Toronto, whose findings are to be published later this month, says the Nutrition North program should include price caps on essential food A researcher has found that a federal subsidy intended to reduce astronomical food prices for northern families has resulted in stale-dated, unreliable food on store shelves without making grocery bills more affordable.
"05.12.2016 17:30:32" news.nationalpost.com Fighting for the 'right to try' More than 30 U.S. states have right-to-try laws. Now, the movement appears to be picking up steam in Canada. 'I'm going to die anyway,' said one... "We have the law that allows us to kill ourselves. We just don't have the law to do something else." #health
"05.12.2016 16:45:11" driving.ca Mastering the not-so-festive dance of Christmas mall parking No one likes to be there, but these tips can make finding a spot a bit more tolerable for everyone driving.ca: Still need to hit the mall to knock off the rest of your Christmas shopping? Good luck. We mean it. #autos
"05.12.2016 16:27:51" edmontonjournal.com Guns N' Roses set to shred Commonwealth Aug. 30 Welcome to the jungle: Guns N' Roses is coming back to Edmonton Aug. 30 at Commonwealth Stadium. With a barrage of dizzying guitar licks and some of the most casually offensive lyrics of the late '80s and '90s, the lineup features original members Axl Tickets go on sale 9 a.m. Friday Dec. 9, and, before the levies, range from $35 to $275, according to Ticketmaster online — not counting VIP packages.
"05.12.2016 16:00:39" news.nationalpost.com Drive to these rustic lodges Fortunately, if your time, energy, budget or backcountry knowhow is at minimal level, driving to many of the best lodges on both sides of the... Four of the best 'front country' lodges in the Rockies. #travel
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"05.12.2016 14:20:02" edmontonjournal.com McDavid told to sit due to NHL concussion protocol Connor McDavid has enough to worry about with opponents trying to keep him off the scoresheet, the last thing he needs is Big Brother shutting him down. But there he was, pulled from the game … “I was pretty shocked, to be honest,” said McDavid, who had no idea why anyone thought he was concussed. “I hit my mouth on the ice. You reach up and grab your mouth when you get hit in the mouth, it's a pretty normal thing.
"05.12.2016 14:11:49" edmontonjournal.com Public servant steals nearly $1 million in computer parts, sells them on Kijiji A former federal public servant who stole nearly $1 million in computer parts from the Department of National Defence and sold some of them on the classified website Kijiji has pleaded guilty to fraud and breach of trust. “When questioned by his supervisors about this, Mr. Heggaton provided some nonsensical explanations,” said prosecutor Bruce Lee-Shanok following Heggaton's guilty plea earlier this year. “He stated those two orders were in fact official government orders,
"05.12.2016 14:09:53" edmontonjournal.com Fine increases pushed Victims of Crime Fund to $55-million surplus, overhaul planned A $55-million surplus burning a hole in the pocket of Alberta's Victims of Crime Fund has triggered a complete program overhaul. Cash flowing into the fund has surged in recent years, ev… In February, the auditor general chided the Department of Justice for its lack of plans to deal with the extra money, and assistant deputy minister Bill Sweeney told the public accounts committee last week it was that report which served as a catalyst for
"05.12.2016 06:40:43" Oilers coach Todd McLellan talks about loss to Wild in "ugly night."
"05.12.2016 05:42:38" edmontonjournal.com Oilers fall to Wild 2-1 in overtime Jonas Gustavsson, getting a rare start in net with the NHL's hardest-working goalie Cam Talbot getting a night off, did his job for the Edmonton Oilers with half a dozen excellent stops but h… Koivu got in behind Mark Letestu and tucked it around Gustavsson for a 2-1 victory, seconds after Gustavsson had gone old-school with a terrific poke check on Zach Parise who was in all alone.
"05.12.2016 04:19:31" edmontonjournal.com Deep freeze descends on Edmonton It had to happen eventually. Edmonton's lingering honeymoon with autumn ceased Sunday evening when an area of high pressure descended on Alberta from the north, said Environment Canada m… The agency's Monday forecast calls for a high of -15 C. Wind of 30 kilometres an hour, gusting to 50 km/h, will create a wind chill of -29 C.
"05.12.2016 01:52:21" edmontonjournal.com Paula Simons: 'Always front and centre:' Edmonton opera star Bernard Turgeon helped put our music on the map “You could not listen to Bernard sing and have your attention elsewhere. He was just magnetic.” It's been decades since he lived in Edmonton, where not everyone remembers his name. Yet Turgeon helped lay the groundwork for many of Edmonton's enduring musical institutions.
"05.12.2016 01:29:50" edmontonjournal.com Saving Manno: local teacher and volunteer extends compassion around the globe Local volunteer never planned to become international advocate for abused animals Your Sunday feel good read.
"05.12.2016 00:26:10" edmontonjournal.com Cam Talbot will get night off as the Edmonton Oilers host the Minnesota Wild Edmonton Oilers' backup Jonas Gustavsson will start against Minnesota Wild while Cam Talbot gets rare night off Talbot has played the most minutes – 1,413.31 – of any goalie and is tied for the league high in wins, at 13, with Carey Price, Tuukka Rask, Sergei Bobrovsky and Martin Jones
"04.12.2016 23:49:27" edmontonjournal.com Tory leadership hopeful Chris Alexander mentions Notley at speech and crowd chants 'lock her up' As they chanted the refrain that became popular during president-elect Donald Trump's campaign, Alexander smiled. He later said he thinks the chant is wrong “I totally disapprove of that particular chant. I don't think it's fair. I don't think it's the right thing to say at a rally or elsewhere, and that's why I didn't join it,” Alexander said Sunday.
"04.12.2016 23:00:00" edmontonjournal.com Grafitti artists invited to make their mark as downtown library closes Share your favourite colourful icon, saying or city scene with fellow artists as main branch shuts for renovation. To send the old Stanley A. Milner library building off in street-style, local artists and wanna-be artists are invited to grab paint pens and Sharpies and scrawl on the library's main area interior walls on Dec. 17.
"04.12.2016 22:29:23" edmontonjournal.com Medicine Hat family pleads for return of baby's stolen ashes Months after the tragic loss of their baby, they still carry him wherever they go. But now the Medicine Hat family is pleading for the return of their baby's ashes, stolen from a Calgary hotel where Nathan and Laura Hudson were staying while in town for a A Medicine Hat family is pleading for the return of their baby's ashes, stolen from a Calgary hotel.
"04.12.2016 21:38:05" edmontonjournal.com Nick Lees: Edmontonians embrace the season of giving Chief Running Wolf and a Metis who once lived on the streets helped the Edmonton Food Bank raise a badly needed $80,000 last week. The Metis was Tom Jackson, 68, who every year brings to audiences … Chief Running Wolf and a Metis who once lived on the streets helped the Edmonton Food Bank raise a badly needed $80,000 last week.
"04.12.2016 18:55:00" edmontonjournal.com How a $34M dinosaur museum in northern Alberta went from big awards to bailouts Opened in September 2015, the Philip J. Currie Dinosaur Museum garnered world accolades. It's now on a shoestring budget with an accounting student at the helm With Philip J. Currie Dinosaur Museum conceived at the height of Alberta's oil boom, little consideration was given to funding it beyond opening day. Economic impact studies were prepared for local governments, but no detailed business plans or
"04.12.2016 17:39:23" edmontonjournal.com 'This is my miracle:' struggling West Edmonton Mall chapel gets a new start Marketplace Chapel has quietly served shoppers and staff in West Edmonton Mall for 30 years, but it nearly closed due to financial difficulties. Another church has stepped in to rebrand the chapel,… Marketplace Chapel, in West Edmonton Mall, is getting a new look — it's open and inviting and looks “like a lounge Jesus could hang out in.”
"04.12.2016 17:17:09" Free entry to Canada's national parks in 2017 To celebrate Canada's 150th birthday, entry to every single one of our country's national parks will be free. O Canada, glorious and free!
"04.12.2016 16:18:27" edmontonjournal.com Developer planning to restart long-delayed Century Park development, expand rental homes to 4,500 The completed development would feature an east-west main street lined with shops and offices that would have wide sidewalks Construction of the long-stalled Century Park development could resume next year under a new plan that would see the site become one of Edmonton's largest transit-oriented housing projects.
"04.12.2016 07:07:23" Oilers coach Todd Mclellan says Leon Draisaitl is quickly becoming a "go to" guy.
"04.12.2016 06:22:47" edmontonjournal.com Camera hidden in shower records seven men at U of A hospital gym One person was arrested after a surreptitiously placed camera recorded seven men in a shower stall of an employee gym at the University of Alberta Hospital, according to signs posted in the gym. Th… The camera captured images of seven men between 5 p.m. Nov. 27 and 9 a.m. Nov. 28, the notice said.
"04.12.2016 05:55:41" edmontonjournal.com Leon Draisaitl scores in overtime for 3-2 Oilers win over Anaheim Ducks Edmonton Oilers' defenceman Andrej Sekera, who had the stick knocked out of his hands by the greasy Corey Perry to set up Anaheim's tying goal in the third period, gained his revenge in… Before the Rakell goal, the Oilers outscored the Ducks 2-1 in the middle period with Drake Caggiula getting his first NHL goal and Ryan Nugent-Hopkins the other on John Gibson just as a penalty to Josh Manson ended.
"04.12.2016 03:50:39" edmontonjournal.com Terry Jones: Rogers Place not a fortress for Oilers yet The New York Rangers are 7-4 on the road. The Boston Bruins are 8-5-1. The Edmonton Oilers are 8-4-2. The other 27 teams in the National Hockey League have lesser records away from home. Surprising… Has this hockey team, which gets reprimanded for it's flailing and failing as much as any team in a Canadian market, been failing and flailing so long that we've forgot how to recognize a highly significant positive?
"04.12.2016 03:25:48" edmontonjournal.com Former rodeo association general manager says he was fired for 'malicious' reasons in $950,000 lawsuit The former general manager of the Canadian Professional Rodeo Association has launched a $950,000 lawsuit against the organization, claiming he was the victim of a “malicious” termination. Dan Eddy… In a statement of claim filed with the court late last month, Eddy says he was subjected to relentless abuse and a poisoned work environment during his 16 months of employment with the association.
"04.12.2016 03:01:42" edmontonjournal.com Boisterous rally at the legislature calls on Rachel Notley to scrap the carbon tax Premier Rachel Notley must rethink her government's plan to impose a carbon tax on already cash-strapped Albertans, a boisterous crowd of protesters, conservative politicians and commentators said … “Alberta is hurting and we want to tell Rachel Notley to stop the hurt,” said Rebel founder Ezra Levant, who hosted the rally
"04.12.2016 00:37:33" edmontonjournal.com Up to 40 feared dead after fire breaks out at Oakland warehouse party, roof collapses Alameda County Sheriff's Office spokesman Sgt. Ray Kelly said authorities were prepared to deal with 30 to 40 deaths. Nine people have been confirmed dead, with another 25 missing Alameda County Sheriff's Office spokesman Sgt. Ray Kelly said authorities were prepared to deal with 30 to 40 deaths.
"04.12.2016 00:21:08" edmontonjournal.com Woman who beat her husband to death pleads guilty to manslaughter An Edmonton woman who beat her husband to death with various items, including a broken curtain rod, pleaded guilty to manslaughter Friday. Nyuk Len Hwang, 55, was charged with second-degree murder … According to an agreed statement of facts, Hwang repeatedly hit her husband of 27 years with the shower curtain rod, a two-by-four piece of wood, a stone pestle, a yellow wooden stick and a red metal broom handle
"03.12.2016 23:48:02" edmontonjournal.com University of Alberta open to more international students following Trump, Brexit Once it became clear Donald Trump would become the next president of the United States, enquiries about studying at the University of Alberta began to come in. It wasn't a deluge of interest,… And it wasn't just prospective students putting the feelers out; Deans were also getting queries from academics and professors looking for job opportunities north of the 49th Parallel.
"03.12.2016 23:27:57" edmontonjournal.com Darnell Nurse is out long-term with lower-body injury Defenceman Darnell Nurse is out with a long-term injury after being hurt against Winnipeg Jets Big blow for the Oilers
"03.12.2016 20:00:00" edmontonjournal.com Opinion: Edmonton's fight to end homelessness is far from over I spoke out this week about Edmonton's Homeless Count results to urge caution to the community in interpreting the numbers. The results were initially presented as if the number of homeless i… Julian Daly, executive director of Boyle Street Community Services, interprets the numbers behind Edmonton's annual Homeless Count.
"03.12.2016 19:54:59" edmontonjournal.com Photos: BASE jumping off Edmonton's Pearl Tower BASE jumpers Peter Kozak and Kelsey Fry jumped off the 32-storey Pearl Tower in Edmonton on Saturday December 3, 2016. The legal jump was a stunt to promote the 2017 Great Canadian Fitfest, coming … Photos: BASE jumpers Peter Kozak and Kelsey Fry jump off the 32-storey Pearl Tower in Edmonton
"03.12.2016 19:20:36" edmontonjournal.com Saturday's letters: Pipelines and politics Readers comment on political decisions ranging from pipelines to local land choices in Saturday's letters to the editor. "When pipeline protesters stop using oil products in their lives, I might take them seriously." — R.C. Rolf, Edmonton
"03.12.2016 19:01:25" edmontonjournal.com Alberta parents need more infant daycare spots, survey says Alberta families need easier access to daycare for babies and special needs children, a new survey of child care centres found. Nearly half of low-income families are also paying more than $300 a m… “They are putting their name on the wait list long before they even have the child, knowing it's not a guarantee — infant spaces are at a premium.”
"03.12.2016 16:39:00" Colin James 'Last Fair Deal' // NP Sessions Colin James covers Robert Johnson's 'Last Fair Deal' for #NPSessions
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"03.12.2016 15:41:35" edmontonjournal.com Man charged with first-degree murder in parking lot stabbing pleads guilty to manslaughter A Grande Prairie man has pleaded guilty to manslaughter after a man was stabbed 17 times in a hotel parking lot. Justin Kenneth Sandquist, 26, was in the midst of his first-degr… A Grande Prairie man has pleaded guilty to manslaughter after a man was stabbed 17 times in a hotel parking lot.
"03.12.2016 05:41:56" edmontonjournal.com Adult colouring book celebrates Blackfoot culture and wisdom The final page of Diana Frost's colouring book, Colouring It Forward: Discover Blackfoot Nation Art and Wisdom, seems both a celebration of the... “The information we obtain today is from books and television,” it reads. “Our elders have lost a very important role in our society and we are losing our connection to our ancestors and to their wisdom.”
"03.12.2016 05:10:34" edmontonjournal.com Fraudster in longest Alberta jury trial sentenced to seven years in prison An Edmonton businessman was sentenced to seven years in prison Friday after earlier being convicted of 33 counts of fraud following the longest... “There is no evidence that Mr. Iyer was motivated by anything but greed,” said Moen in a 53-page written decision.
"03.12.2016 03:46:10" edmontonjournal.com Gary Lamphier: Latest dismal job report highlights need for new pipelines The federal government's long-awaited decision to green light two major pipeline projects is great news for Alberta's battered economy, which shed thousands more job… The federal government's long-awaited decision to green light two major pipeline projects is great news for Alberta's battered economy, which shed thousands more jobs last month.
"03.12.2016 03:43:53" edmontonjournal.com Last person to see teen killed by transit bus among hundreds attending vigil The last person to see Mariama Sillah alive — also the first to come to her aid when she was fatally struck by a left-turning Edmonton Transit bus — returned to the scene of the tragedy Friday… The last person to see Mariama Sillah alive — also the first to come to her aid when she was fatally struck by a left-turning Edmonton Transit bus — returned to the scene of the tragedy Friday evening.
"03.12.2016 01:30:01" edmontonjournal.com The Press Gallery #161: The pipes, polls and perps edition For those who haven't heard, there was a little announcement out of Ottawa this week that could have a profound impact on Alberta and the fortunes of its political parties. Prime Minister Justin Tr… Join host Keith Gerein and columnists Gary Lamphier (appearing for the last time), Graham Thomson and Paula Simons as they discuss the week in Alberta politics.
"03.12.2016 00:45:00" edmontonjournal.com Graham Thomson: Notley off to sell a pipeline to British Columbians She's not taking flowers and chocolates but Premier Rachel Notley is off to woo the people of British Columbia. Just days after the federal government gave conditional approval to the twinning o… She's not taking flowers and chocolates, but Premier Rachel Notley is off to woo the people of British Columbia.
"02.12.2016 23:56:50" edmontonjournal.com Holiday fitness banter to get you through the Christmas party season With the holiday season around the corner, does the prospect of standing around at parties with little or nothing to say make you a little Grinchy? Try working one of these topical fitness statemen… Does the prospect of standing around at holiday parties with little or nothing to say make you a little Grinchy? Try working one of these topical fitness statements into your next festive conversation.
"02.12.2016 23:05:07" edmontonjournal.com Update: Manitoba girl who was subject of Amber Alert found safe and unharmed PORTAGE LA PRAIRIE, Man. — It took just an hour and a quick tip from the public for police to find an eight-year-old girl who was the subject of an Amber Alert in Manitoba on Friday afternoon. The … Update: The eight-year-old Manitoba girl was found safe.
"02.12.2016 21:36:13" edmontonjournal.com Woman dead after crash involving Whitecourt fire tanker Whitecourt RCMP are investigating a fatal collision between a fire rescue tanker and an SUV that left one woman dead Friday morning. At approximately 6 a.m. Friday, an SUV was crossing the intersec… The lone female occupant of the SUV was pronounced deceased at the scene. The two occupants of the fire tanker were not injured. According to sources, the deceased was pregnant.
"02.12.2016 21:18:55" edmontonjournal.com Is Alberta squandering the benefits of privatization when it comes to wine? I received an email recently that made me sad. It was the list of the top20 selling wines in Alberta for the month of October. I'm not naive. I knew the list would (and it did) contain a … Do you agree with columnist Gurvinder Bhatia that privatization of wine retailing in Alberta has been a disappointment?
"02.12.2016 20:43:27" edmontonjournal.com Construction starts on new defence $39 million facility at CFB Edmonton A groundbreaking ceremony was held at Canadian Forces Base Edmonton for a new $39 million facility to house 61 armoured vehicles, on Friday morning. Infrastructure Minister and Member of Parliament… The new 11,000-square-metre facility is scheduled to be complete by the end of January 2018.
"02.12.2016 19:53:36" edmontonjournal.com Velveteen Audio hopes to strengthen Edmonton's music scene “I love the team mentality and community concept of Velveteen, we're trying to have as many great minds under one roof as possible,” says engineer Brad Smith. “We know we ma… A new state-of-the-art recording studio has opened in Edmonton, and it's kind of a big deal.
"02.12.2016 19:07:55" edmontonjournal.com Chateau Louis brunch isn't a royal feast, but good for non-aristocrats Hotel buffets are a time-honoured mainstay of the Edmonton brunch scene, a chance for people to spend a relaxing Sunday in a comfortable location plowing through the victuals. Some a… The first thing you're likely to notice when you enter the Royal Coach dining room, even before the serving dishes, is the giant mural of King Louis XV, his carriage and retinue that has dominated one wall of the aptly named facility since the 1970s.
"02.12.2016 18:53:14" edmontonjournal.com Chateau Louis brunch isn't a royal feast, but good for non-aristocrats Hotel buffets are a time-honoured mainstay of the Edmonton brunch scene, a chance for people to spend a relaxing Sunday in a comfortable location plowing through the victuals. Some a… The Chateau Louis brunch isn't gourmet heaven. But if you're looking for a reliable place to treat your family or grab a meal with the team after a hockey game, this buffet will fill the bill.
"02.12.2016 18:34:03" edmontonjournal.com Sturgeon refinery could be the start of something even bigger, chairman says About 7,500 people are working to develop the 100-hectare site, which will process 79,000 barrels of diluted bitumen a day The $8.5-billion first phase of the Sturgeon refinery isn't scheduled to start turning bitumen into ultra low-sulphur diesel and other products until late 2017, but North West Refining chief executive and chair Ian MacGregor is champing at the bit to
"02.12.2016 18:30:20" driving.ca First Drive: 2017 Honda CR-V All-new, fifth-generation compact SUV has its fuel-sipping sights set on segment-leading status Does the Honda CR-V have the chops to become Canada's best-selling compact CUV? driving.ca finds out. #autos
"02.12.2016 18:10:10" business.financialpost.com Couple dreams of retiring to tropical paradise, but breaking ties with... Ontario couple finds out that their idea of breaking all ties with Canada for somewhere south with a lower cost of living is superficially easy,... Family Finance: Couple finds out that their idea of breaking all ties with Canada for somewhere south with a lower cost of living looks easy, but in practice quite problematic #business
"02.12.2016 18:08:56" edmontonjournal.com New AHS program aims to reduce birth-mortality rate for aboriginal mothers A new Alberta Health Services program aims to improve prenatal care and reduce the birth-mortality rate for aboriginal woman in Maskwacis, Little Red River Cree Nation and inner-city Edmonton.… The program is being funded with a $1 million grant from Merck Canada Inc., through the Merck for Mothers program, and a $300,000 grant from Alberta Innovates.
"02.12.2016 18:00:56" news.nationalpost.com Mary Berry's shrimp with spicy cashew sauce Shrimp with Spicy Cashew Sauce builds on a seafood stock. But who keeps that in their pantry? The simple fix: Make your own, in the time it takes... This shrimp dish is so easy to make, you'll turn to it again and again. #life #food
"02.12.2016 17:30:28" news.nationalpost.com A pantry staple brightens this earthy winter lentil soup Dried apricots give a wonderfully bright flavour to this simple, surprising soup, which has roots in Armenia Dried fruit is a pretty great ingredient in lots of dishes, from smoothies, salads and rice pilafs to dips, sauces and stews. #life #food
"02.12.2016 17:07:25" Katz Group promises $150,000 donation in exchange for parking lot The Katz Group has negotiated city staff support for its contentious parking application north of Rogers Place.
"02.12.2016 17:03:56" edmontonjournal.com New Baijiu eatery in Mercer Warehouse pairs food and cocktails Asian sensibility to infuse food and drink at new Mercer warehouse eatery A new eatery/cocktail bar called Baijiu is opening in the Mercer Warehouse. They're promising big, bold Asian flavours and quirky drinks. Sounds like a great addition to downtown Edmonton.
"02.12.2016 17:00:50" news.nationalpost.com Ride out the wicked, winter weather in Tofino's warm and cosy spaces For city dwellers, there's nothing like it: A storm among traffic and a busy schedule is nothing more than a hindrance; a storm in the wild is a... It's not often that you hope for more bad weather on your vacation. But heading to Tofino in winter has long been about not just braving, but positively embracing, the storms. #travel
"02.12.2016 16:28:02" Colin James 'Riding In The Moonlight' // NP Sessions Colin James covers Chester Burnett's 'Riding In The Moonlight' for #NPSessions
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"02.12.2016 16:00:43" news.nationalpost.com An electric shock therapy stops self-harm among the autistic, but at... To outsiders, it sounds brutal and inhumane. It's aversive therapy of the most extreme kind, which the United Nations' special rapporteur on... A U.S. school for children and adults with special needs has been fitting some autistic students with a wearable device that sends them a shock whenever they engage in aggressive or self-injurious behaviour. The FDA is looking to ban the practice. #health
"02.12.2016 15:18:27" edmontonjournal.com Alberta unemployment climbs to highest rate since 1994 as more people look for work The province lost 13,000 jobs and, combined with a concurrent with increase of 11,000 job seekers entering the labour market, pushed the unemployment rate up 0.5 per cent. The province lost 13,000 jobs and, combined with a concurrent increase of 11,000 job seekers entering the labour market, pushed the unemployment rate up 0.5 per cent.
"02.12.2016 15:00:02" edmontonjournal.com Catholic school decision could open up prime McKernan land for redevelopment A plan to station all Catholic school therapists and consultants in one newly renovated building could free up a prime piece of land on the LRT line. The Edmonton Catholic School Board has approved a plan to move 323 employees to the now-vacant St. James School on 83 Street in King Edward Park from five other buildings across the city.
"02.12.2016 14:26:38" edmontonjournal.com Katz Group promises $150,000 donation in exchange for parking lot The Katz Group has negotiated city staff support for its contentious parking application north of Rogers Place. It shrunk the size, committed to a shorter timeline for construction and promise… The money will go to upgrading an unnamed local amenity, which will off-set the negative impacts of a parking lot, say staff.
"02.12.2016 05:19:00" edmontonjournal.com U.S. administration likely to approve Keystone XL pipeline, but softwood... The protectionist policies of U.S. president-elect Donald Trump create a huge challenge for Canada as it tries to resolve trade concerns, former... Baird, who praised the federal government for refusing to be pulled into the American election and for offering to work with the new administration on Trump's stated goal of reopening NAFTA, expects the derailed Keystone XL pipeline to be approved.
"02.12.2016 03:45:14" edmontonjournal.com Oilers rediscover offence in 6-3 win over Jets WINNIPEG — With the Winnipeg Jets as menacing as they are at home – riding a five-game win streak at the MTS Centre – and almost everything going wrong for Edmonton lately, this didn't look like th… With the Winnipeg Jets as menacing as they are at home – riding a five-game win streak at the MTS Centre – and almost everything going wrong for Edmonton lately, this didn't look like the time and place for the Oilers to end their slump.
"02.12.2016 03:00:00" edmontonjournal.com David Staples: Jason Kenney would reverse course on education reform, photo radar Jason Kenney's focus is on uniting the Alberta right, but he delivers a welcome message on a number of local issues, including educational reform and the government abuse of photo radar. … Staples: Jason Kenney's focus is on uniting the Alberta right, but he delivers a welcome message on a number of local issues, including educational reform and the government abuse of photo radar.
"02.12.2016 02:25:09" New ride at WEM West Edmonton Mall Galaxyland is launching its newest attraction: Zero Gravity, the first of its kind in Canada, and only the third of its kind in the world.
"02.12.2016 01:28:04" edmontonjournal.com Edmonton transit ready for bus route overhaul, suggests report A new transit strategy heading to committee next week is recommending a major overhaul of Edmonton's bus network. Under the new strategy, buses would be reallocated from local, neighbou… A new transit strategy heading to committee next week is recommending a major overhaul of Edmonton's bus network.
"02.12.2016 01:00:00" edmontonjournal.com Safe injection sites in Edmonton would save lives and health costs: report Four safe injection sites in Edmonton would save hundreds of thousands per person in lifetime health costs and curtail a mounting personal toll of infections, disease and overdose deaths, says a re… Four safe injection sites in Edmonton would save hundreds of thousands of dollars in per-person-in-lifetime health costs and curtail a mounting personal toll of infections, disease and overdose deaths, says a report heading to City Hall.
"02.12.2016 00:30:01" edmontonjournal.com Pipeline protests will be met by police and military, federal minister tells Edmonton business leaders Two days after the federal government approved two major pipeline projects, two feelings are surfacing in Alberta's business sector — elation that the approval has finally been given and conc… “We can't let the pipeline get held up by people that will never agree to any standard,” Ric McIver said. “The law of the jungle cannot prevail.”
"01.12.2016 23:53:03" edmontonjournal.com All-party committee to investigate Alberta children in care Ric McIver says Albertans would never forgive their government if all sides of the house didn't put down their swords and work together to fix the child welfare system. Thursday's decis… “If we can't take the time to work together to keep them safe, and try to find out what is causing them to be unsafe and sometimes die, then I think we should all be ashamed.”
"01.12.2016 23:31:30" business.financialpost.com Canopy Growth's $430M takeover of Mettrum would be biggest-ever deal in... The all-stock friendly deal announced Thursday would see Canopy add two brands to its portfolio, plus increase production capacity to 665,000... The all-stock friendly deal announced Thursday would see Canopy add two brands to its portfolio, plus increase production capacity to 665,000 square feet. #business
"01.12.2016 23:13:34" edmontonjournal.com 'I lost my entire family that day': son of murdered Spruce Grove mother reads victim impact statement in court Christopher Nagel had been charged with first-degree murder for “choking the life” out of his wife of 15 years and the mother of his five children, however his guilty plea to second-deg… Victim impact statements read out in court described Rienna Nagel — who was a personal trainer and a teacher's aide — as a “firecracker,” a “remarkable” person, and a woman with a great sense of humour who loved life and lived for her children.
"01.12.2016 22:42:34" business.financialpost.com How one Winnipeg company scratches more than just the surface of the... Pollard Banknote is a publicly traded company in Winnipeg that has figured out how to make money of the lottery: print the tickets. Pollard Banknote is a publicly traded company in Winnipeg that has figured out how to make money of the lottery: print the tickets. #business
"01.12.2016 22:17:14" business.financialpost.com Surprise! Air Miles says it's cancelling controversial expiry policy... The company also said there will no longer be any deadline in place for collectors to use their miles for reward The company also said there will no longer be any deadline in place for collectors to use their miles for reward. #business
"01.12.2016 21:15:08" driving.ca What's the best type of spark plug for your car? There are actually a few good reasons to upgrade your car's spark plugs driving.ca: Time for new spark plugs? Those fancy iridium-tipped ones aren't much of a gimmick after all. #autos
"01.12.2016 21:10:10" business.financialpost.com Top marijuana producers all vying for 'biggest' title Supreme Pharmaceuticals, Aurora Cannabis, International Cannabis and Aphria are all engaged in expanding marijuana production capacity in an effort... With plans for fields 'larger than 16 football fields, pot companies are striving to become the biggest producer in the world. But is it too much marijuana?
"01.12.2016 20:36:45" edmontonjournal.com Edmonton police seek out passengers on bus involved in fatal crash Edmonton police want to talk to passengers who were riding on a bus when it struck and killed a 13-year-old girl Saturday. Investigators would like to speak to anyone who was on that bus at the time as well as anyone who may have been waiting for the bus to arrive
"01.12.2016 20:26:38" business.financialpost.com Thank Ottawa for rising rates on longer amortization mortgages as banks... TD Bank is raising rates above the traditional 25 years, a move industry analysts suggest comes in response to tougher government regulations TD Bank is raising rates above the traditional 25 years, a move industry analysts suggest comes in response to tougher government regulations. #business
"01.12.2016 19:50:14" Elise Stolte breaks down the Edmonton-Leduc annexation deal.
"01.12.2016 18:51:18" edmontonjournal.com Little town of Hardisty celebrates Enbridge pipeline approval A Hardisty restaurant owner expects boom times will return again after the federal government approved Enbridge's massive Line 3 replacement pipeline project. “It's goin… “It's going to be a huge improvement for the town,” said Kam Ichtay, who in 2015 started RK's Bar and Grill in the 650-person oil transportation centre.
"01.12.2016 18:07:55" edmontonjournal.com Social Seen: Festival of Trees, Holly Ball 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… The holiday party season has begun for our Social Seen photographer Codie McLachlan. Check out this week's photos.
"01.12.2016 18:01:00" news.nationalpost.com Explore maritime history in Cobh, Ireland On April 11, 1912, RMS Titanic sailed from this port to start its maiden voyage to New York. Three days later, a large iceberg assured it a place... Perhaps a dubious claim to fame: Cobh, Ireland was the last port of call of the ill-fated RMS Titanic. #travel
"01.12.2016 18:00:09" edmontonjournal.com Edmonton police ask public for help finding missing 81-year-old woman Edmonton police are concerned for the well being of Arletta Robertson, 81, who has been missing since Wednesday afternoon. Police are concerned for her health as she requires medication.
"01.12.2016 17:30:30" news.nationalpost.com Transport tastebuds to lively Provence with quick kale and sausage pasta... Kale combines with sausage meat and cheese in this comfortable pasta dish from a new book of French cooking "Browse through the new cookbook French Country Cooking and you will feel as if you are spending a happy time living and eating well in your own house in France." #life #food
"01.12.2016 17:21:49" edmontonjournal.com Edmonton Oilers forward Patrick Maroon quiet both offensively and physically since being moved off Connor McDavid's line Big Patrick Maroon has to move his feet and get nasty to be effective for Edmonton Oilers Maroon, who found himself on McDavid's line earlier this season after Milan Lucic's offence dried up, has managed 20 shots but no goals as a result in the past eight games.
"01.12.2016 17:15:13" driving.ca How I brought a dilapidated Corvette Stingray back to life I saw a battered and dusty 1970 Corvette on eBay and I knew it deserved a better future The things our friends at driving.ca do for love... #autos
"01.12.2016 17:00:56" news.nationalpost.com Michelle Obama's legacy of style During her tenure, Obama brought widespread attention to Seventh Avenue. She energized designers, editors and stylists with her fashion-forward... The pictures are captivating. But are they the totality of Michelle Obama's fashion legacy? #life #fashion
"01.12.2016 17:00:01" edmontonjournal.com Government borrowing hundreds of millions to cover losses in power market The Alberta government says it will take out a loan worth hundreds of millions of dollars to help cover losses from cancelled electricity contracts. The province said Wednesday it hasn't calculated exactly how high the loan will climb, though one power Energy Minister Margaret McCuaig-Boyd said the government has drafted legislation to reduce the financial impact for consumers.
"01.12.2016 16:58:16" edmontonjournal.com Patients who underwent open-heart surgery at risk of infection: Alberta Health Services Alberta's health agency is notifying about 11,500 people who had open-heart surgery that they could have contracted a bacterial infection due to the procedure. The risk applies to b… The risk applies to both adult and pediatric patients at the Mazankowski Alberta Heart Institute and the Stollery Children's Hospital in Edmonton as well as the Foothills Medical Centre in Calgary, said Alberta Health Services.
"01.12.2016 16:56:45" business.financialpost.com Air Canada wants Toronto's Pearson Airport to be a mega-hub, but high... The airport is well on its way to meeting that goal as it attracts more international passengers than any other airport in North America except JFK... The airport is well on its way to meeting that goal as it attracts more international passengers than any other airport in North America except JFK in New York City. #business
"01.12.2016 16:15:01" edmontonjournal.com Oilers centre Ryan Nugent-Hopkins feels pressure to turn his offence around Ryan Nugent-Hopkins has to step up offensively if Leon Draisaitl will play on Connor McDavid's right side. Where did the dazzling youngster go who had five assists on Nov. 19, 2011, in the Oilers 9-2 smackdown of Chicago Blackhawks, the best offensive night of his 337 NHL games?
"01.12.2016 16:09:22" edmontonjournal.com Nine tons of garbage, animal feces and $30,000 in damage left behind by evicted Ontario tenants 'I could tell you things that no human should know about what happens to mould when it grows on semen,' the landlord said. 'It was a biohazard' Also mixed in with the tons of garbage were used tampons, diabetic needles and trays of urine left in the drawers.
"01.12.2016 16:00:42" news.nationalpost.com Human embryo experiment shows progress toward 'three-parent' babies The researchers swapped nuclear material in human eggs to create healthy embryos lacking disease-carrying mitochondrial DNA The era of “three-parent babies” is getting incrementally closer. #health
"01.12.2016 15:45:00" Elise Stolte breaks down the Edmonton-Leduc County annexation agreement
"01.12.2016 15:20:54" edmontonjournal.com Edmonton police release video of hate-flyer suspect A surveillance camera set up at a north Edmonton home has captured images of a man police suspect is behind the door-to-door delivery of flyers promoting hatred. Anti-Islamic flyers left in residential mailboxes were reported by upset residents across the city in October and early November. Police are conducting an investigation into the Criminal Code offence of wilful promotion of hatred.
"01.12.2016 15:01:05" Small-town Alberta grandmother wins $50-million lottery A small Alberta town is home to a big lottery win and it belongs to a woman who can remember when her farmhouse first got plumbing.
"01.12.2016 14:48:25" A surveillance camera set up at a north Evansdale home has captured images of a man police suspect is behind the door-to-door delivery of anti-Islamic flyers left in Edmonton mailboxes in October and early November. Police are conducting an investigation
"01.12.2016 14:27:06" edmontonjournal.com Gary Lamphier: Pipeline approvals, OPEC deal spell hope for battered Albertans In my books, Tuesday was the day Justin Trudeau ceased being the Selfie King, and earned the title of prime minister. OK, so maybe it's not as momentous as when Moses parted the Red Sea, or the day Trudeau's father announced his exit from politics after his famous walk in the snow. But it's big.
"01.12.2016 05:37:47" edmontonjournal.com Anti-smoking advocates push minister for further tobacco restrictions in... Health Minister Sarah Hoffman was given an award followed by a warning Wednesday from anti-smoking activists who say the province must implement... “We want an across-the-board ban on all flavours, across-the-board protection for all workers from second-hand smoke, and we want the legislation implemented in its entirety."
"01.12.2016 04:50:31" edmontonjournal.com Graham Thomson: NDP gloat over pipeline approvals as Rachel Notley plans trip to B.C. It's not every day government ministers look forward to question period with as much excitement as a child on Christmas morning. Yet, there they were on Wednesday afternoon – Alberta cabinet minis… Thomson: It's not every day government ministers look forward to question period with as much excitement as a child on Christmas morning.
"01.12.2016 02:34:51" edmontonjournal.com Paula Simons: Removing rogue judges is a good idea; declining to appoint them is a better one We shouldn't be surprised at the recommendation that Camp be removed from the bench. What should surprise us, is that he ever became a judge. Judge Robin Camp mocked the very idea that a person must give verbal consent for sex to be consensual. "Are children taught this at school? Do they pass tests like driver's licences? It seems a little extreme."
"01.12.2016 01:16:29" edmontonjournal.com New ward boundaries for Edmonton Catholic Schools Some Catholic voters may cast their ballots in a new ward next October after the board of Edmonton Catholic Schools approved new ward boundaries Tuesday. The most significant boundary changes are o… Some Catholic voters may cast their ballots in a new ward next October after the board of Edmonton Catholic Schools approved new ward boundaries Tuesday.
"01.12.2016 00:37:18" edmontonjournal.com Alberta carbon price rising to $50 per tonne — eventually Premier Rachel Notley says pipeline approval didn't “necessarily” hinge on Alberta signing up to the federal government's proposed $50 per tonne carbon pricing plan, bu… Carbon pricing in Alberta won't rise to $50 per tonne until the rest of the provinces catch up under Ottawa's plan.
"30.11.2016 23:45:33" edmontonjournal.com Crown enters stay in Mink Lake drowned child case A stay of proceedings was entered Wednesday in an Edmonton court case where a woman was charged in connection with her three-year-old son's fatal drowning west of the city. Carmen Stewart, 45… A stay of proceedings was entered in an Edmonton court case where a woman was charged in connection with her three-year-old son's fatal drowning at a lake west of the city.
"30.11.2016 23:23:07" business.financialpost.com Only watch HBO or Sportsnet? Canada's TV providers must offer solo... Consumers can celebrate their new right to tailor their own TV packages, with the caveat they won't necessarily save money under the new system Consumers can celebrate their new right to tailor their own TV packages, with the caveat they won't necessarily save money under the new system. #business
"30.11.2016 22:57:26" business.financialpost.com 'Long path to legalization': Marijuana companies not convinced of legal... Some marijuana producers believe pot-watchers need to chill expectations for legal recreational sales any time soon Some marijuana producers believe pot-watchers need to chill expectations for legal recreational sales any time soon. #business
"30.11.2016 22:50:49" edmontonjournal.com Union launches fund for family of city worker killed in sewer tunnel The union representing a city employee who died at a sewer tunnel construction site is launching a trust fund for his loved ones. “Our union is a family, when one of us falls, it hu… The city worker left behind a wife and two daughters, who are ages nine and 11.
"30.11.2016 22:19:07" business.financialpost.com Rogers Media announces layoffs and restructuring at English-language... The layoffs come after Rogers announced that it would slash its print publication output and follows 60 jobs cuts in Quebec yesterday The layoffs come after Rogers announced that it would slash its print publication output and follows 60 jobs cuts in Quebec yesterday. #business
"30.11.2016 22:15:27" business.financialpost.com 'This makes a vast difference': Canadian producers eye growth plans as... OPEC ministers agreed to collectively cut back 1.2 million barrels per day of production in order to ease a tw0-year oil market glut OPEC ministers agreed to collectively cut back 1.2 million barrels per day of production in order to ease a tw0-year oil market glut. #business
"30.11.2016 21:13:01" edmontonjournal.com Liberals reject Wynn's Law requiring criminal history disclosure at bail hearings Member of Parliament Michael Cooper has accused the Liberal government of putting partisan politics ahead of good governance by opposing Wynn's law. “It is disappointing that the Liberals have decided to put partisan politics ahead of public safety,” said the St. Albert Conservative MP.
"30.11.2016 21:03:53" edmontonjournal.com Irma great-grandmother picks up cheque from $50-million jackpot The woman discovered that she'd won the Nov. 11 Lotto Max draw when she went to check her ticket at the local Co-op store. “I took my ticket to the store and scanned it,” she said. “I was speechless.”
"30.11.2016 20:34:29" edmontonjournal.com Opposition parties 'put in a box' after pipeline approvals, says prof A pair of pipeline approvals on Tuesday has left the official opposition — both federally and provincially — in a tough spot. “The opposition has been put in a box here,” said Duane Bra… A pair of pipeline approvals on Tuesday has left the official opposition — both federally and provincially — in a tough spot.
"30.11.2016 19:11:17" edmontonjournal.com Five artisans to find at the Butterdome Craft Show All your holiday shopping under one big, yellow roof Going to the Butterdome Craft Fair? We've got five artisans you should check out.
"30.11.2016 19:10:12" edmontonjournal.com Design firm says Rogers Place attendance has exceeded expectations since opening The architectural firm that designed Rogers Place says attendance, now pegged at 500,000, has exceeded expectations since the arena opened in September. Rogers Place has so… Since opening, approximately 500,000 visitors have passed through the venue for various events.
"30.11.2016 18:59:37" edmontonjournal.com Power consumers will see changes to bills starting Jan. 1 Your power bill will see an extra monthly charge starting Jan. 1 to help cover the costs of Alberta's balancing pool as it runs out of cash. How much will it cost me? Right now, the average r… Right now, the average residential user gets a balancing pool credit of $1.95 on their bill. If that's you, you'll see the credit flip to a charge of around 67 cents per month
"30.11.2016 18:57:05" edmontonjournal.com Statistics don't tell entire Canadian Forces sexual misconduct story: victims When Canadian Forces Leading Seaman Amy Graham returned from Afghanistan in 2010, she was sent — along with 127 male soldiers and one female one — to Cyprus to decompress. By the end of five d… Capt. Donna Riguidel discusses an incident with her superior officer: “He tried getting into my bed and kissing me and tried grabbing my breasts.”
"30.11.2016 18:40:54" edmontonjournal.com Edmonton and Leduc County leaders reach agreement on annexation Politicians on Wednesday are to make a major announcement on the Edmonton–Leduc County annexation bid. It's scheduled for shortly after noon in Nisku, after both councils had in camera debate… Council members have been meeting regularly to discuss the growth needs of both municipalities since Edmonton announced its bid in March 2013.
"30.11.2016 18:37:36" edmontonjournal.com The Minimalism Game one year later, moving forward with a friend |... It's said the hardest part of love is letting go. But that phrase has multiple meanings. You see, Janis Galloway is about to move in with her... The Minimalism Game with Fish Griwkowsky is back. Could you get rid of 496 things in December?
"30.11.2016 18:34:12" edmontonjournal.com Notley to sell pipeline plan in British Columbia Premier Rachel Notley says she will soon head to British Columbia to sell the merits of a new oil pipeline and spread the message Alberta is serious about taking environmental action. Notley spoke to reporters from Ottawa Wednesday, a day after the Notley said in a conference call that she hoped to be in B.C. as soon as next week, with more visits to follow.
"30.11.2016 18:17:25" edmontonjournal.com Deadly drunk driver pleads guilty to manslaughter A St. Albert man has owned up to being extremely intoxicated when he killed one person and injured three others in a three-vehicle collision in north Edmonton and then fled from the scene. Michael … Gress wiped tears from his eyes as he entered his guilty pleas and the family of the deceased sobbed repeatedly during the proceeding.
"30.11.2016 18:15:20" news.nationalpost.com Art and nature intertwined at massive Brazilian park Smack in the middle of lush eucalyptus forests in Brazil's heartland, Inhotim Park offers visitors a mix of sensations rarely combined into one... 'The beauty here is more or less the ideal of happiness.' #travel
"30.11.2016 17:45:12" driving.ca Going to the mall? You might buy your next car there, too Manufacturers are changing how they sell vehicles, and you may never have to set foot in a dealership again driving.ca: As our buying preferences evolve, automakers will have to revise their sales strategies to stay relevant. And one day, that might mean buying cars from malls. #autos
"30.11.2016 17:30:25" news.nationalpost.com Spicy, cheap and easy, Huevos Rotos is what you want in mid-week fare Diana Henry's new cookbook, Simple, is subtitled "Effortless Food, Big Flavors." This dish is a perfect example of Henry's easy approach: just... “Huevos rotos” is Spanish for “broken eggs” — hence the cracking them from a height, and piercing the yolks. #life #food
"30.11.2016 17:30:25" news.nationalpost.com Fun, flavourful bites: Zesty holiday appetizers to wow your family and... It's that time of year again! Skip the rum balls and fruitcake, and prepare these delectable appetizers this holiday season Skip the rum balls and fruitcake, and prepare these delectable appetizers this holiday season. #life #food
"30.11.2016 17:24:56" edmontonjournal.com Oilers call up Mark Fayne from AHL, put Eric Gryba on injured reserve The Edmonton Oilers have called up defenceman Mark Fayne from the American Hockey League's Bakesfield Condors. Fayne has appeared in one game with the Oilers so far this season, where he scor… Fayne has appeared in one game with the Oilers so far this season, where he scored one assist.
"30.11.2016 17:10:16" edmontonjournal.com Judicial Council inquiry recommends removal of Justice Robin Camp over 'knees together' case A committee of the Canadian Judicial Council has recommended the removal of a judge over controversial comments he made in a Calgary sex assault trial. Robin Camp asked the complainant at the trial why she couldn't just keep her knees together. The The committee says his conduct was destructive and his comments caused irreparable damage to public confidence.
"30.11.2016 16:23:05" edmontonjournal.com Garth Brooks coming to Edmonton | Edmonton Journal Garth Brooks returns to Edmonton for the first time in a generation in 2017 On Feb. 18, 2017, the man who embodied the hot-country, hat-act era of KISS-inspired-fireworks twang will play Rogers Place with his contemporary Trisha Yearwood — who is also his wife — opening up.
"30.11.2016 16:00:29" news.nationalpost.com Drug epidemic stalls HIV decline in white people who shoot up The long decline in HIV infections among white people who inject drugs has stalled, another grim side effect of the nation's drug abuse epidemic The U.S. is facing an epidemic of opioid and heroin use that has led to an increase in overdose deaths. #health
"30.11.2016 15:59:35" edmontonjournal.com OPEC agrees to first output cut in eight years as Saudis Soften on Iran, oil price surges OPEC clinched a deal to curtail oil supply, confounding skeptics as the need to clear a record global crude glut — and prove the group's credibility — brought its first cuts in eight years. Crude r… “This should be a wake-up call for skeptics who have argued the death of OPEC,” said Amrita Sen, chief oil analyst at Energy Aspects Ltd. “The group wants to push inventories down.”
"30.11.2016 15:29:33" edmontonjournal.com Vehicle fire closes northbound lanes on Queen Elizabeth II highway near Millet RCMP said it is unknown what time the highways will reopen. Drivers are advised to take alternate routes.
"30.11.2016 15:02:59" edmontonjournal.com New Alberta poll shows tight popularity race between NDP and Wildrose Party The Wildrose and NDP are neck-and-neck more than two years ahead of the next provincial election in 2019, according to a new poll. The ThinkHQ Public Affairs survey shows the Wildrose with 35 per cent support among leaning and decided voters if the The ThinkHQ Public Affairs survey shows the Wildrose with 35 per cent support among leaning and decided voters if the election was held today, while the NDP comes in at 31 per cent.
"30.11.2016 13:59:54" edmontonjournal.com Edmonton game developers pushing for government incentives for start-ups With pipelines dominating Alberta headlines, those in Edmonton's gaming community are hoping their industry doesn't get forgotten. An event sponsored by Edmonton software company BioWar… “With new technologies coming out like mobile and virtual reality, there's been a fair number of more start-ups that have happened,” said Aaryn Flynn, general manager of BioWare.
"30.11.2016 13:42:02" edmontonjournal.com Edmonton traffic engineers break new ground for pedestrians on Jasper Avenue For the first time, Edmonton traffic engineers are proposing to co-ordinate traffic lights specifically for pedestrians rather than vehicles, the city's senior traffic engineer says. The… The draft plan for west Jasper Avenue calls for full traffic lights at every intersection. They'll be co-ordinated so that a person walking an average speed from 109 Street to 124 Street during rush hour wouldn't hit a single red light.
"30.11.2016 13:16:41" edmontonjournal.com Trudeau green-lights Trans Mountain expansion, Enbridge Line 3, but rejects Northern Gateway Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has given the green light to two out of three major pipelines that will ship oil out of Alberta, crediting the provincial government's climate change plan for paving the way for projects that are in the national interest. The “Let me say this definitively, we could not have approved this project without the leadership of Premier (Rachel) Notley and Alberta's climate leadership plan”
"30.11.2016 06:13:29" Oilers Coach Todd McLellan Post Game Edmonton Oilers head coach Todd McLellan speaks to media after his team lost 4-2 to Toronto Maple Leafs on Tuesday night.
"30.11.2016 05:35:57" edmontonjournal.com Carbon tax to cost public school board $1.2 million this year An estimated $1.2-million price tag for carbon taxes this year has the Edmonton Public School Board relatively unruffled. Board chair Michael Janz said a $1.2-million expense in a $1.1-billion district budget is of relatively little concern.
"30.11.2016 05:02:55" edmontonjournal.com Oilers fall to Maple Leafs 4-2 It was billed as Connor McDavid vs. Nazem Kadri vs. Auston Matthews. And all three scored as the pre-game script held up to an extent, but the real story Tuesday night was the 2016 Edmonton Oilers … The 2016 Edmonton Oilers were looking a whole lot like the 2015 and 2014 and 2013 team tonight.
"30.11.2016 04:15:57" edmontonjournal.com Edmonton Public Schools pours extra money into programs after posting surplus More cash will flow to supports for special needs students and English language learners as Edmonton Public Schools was pleasantly surprised to find itself with a $96.5-million surplus. More cash will flow to supports for special needs students and English language learners after Edmonton Public Schools was pleasantly surprised to find itself with a $96.5-million surplus.
"30.11.2016 03:51:42" edmontonjournal.com Attendance areas announced for new Edmonton public schools Edmonton Public Schools announced attendance areas on Tuesday for 11 new schools set to open in 2017. The areas were determined through information sessions held last June and public feedback ga… Edmonton Public Schools announced attendance areas on Tuesday for 11 new schools set to open in 2017.
"30.11.2016 03:09:39" edmontonjournal.com Graham Thomson: Notley's climate plan wins a pipeline to tidewater Premier Rachel Notley watched Tuesday as Prime Minister Justin Trudeau unwrapped the greatest early Christmas gift of all for Alberta's NDP government — federal cabinet approval for the $6.8-billio… Thomson: Notley couldn't have written the script better herself.
"30.11.2016 01:52:59" edmontonjournal.com Annual Stuff-a-Bus campaign underway to aid Edmonton's Food Bank The annual Stuff-a-Bus campaign launched Tuesday to raise food supplies and cash donations for Edmonton's Food Bank. Executive director Marjorie Bencz said the organization needs s… The annual Stuff-a-Bus campaign launched Tuesday to raise food supplies and cash donations for Edmonton's Food Bank.
"30.11.2016 01:51:18" edmontonjournal.com David Staples: Public soon to enjoy best thing in the valley other than the river itself We will soon be enjoying the best thing in the valley other than the jewel of the North Saskatchewan itself. Of the many good works that the River Valley Alliance has done in building a trail syste… It's been a major hassle to walk from downtown to the valley trails for decades. The new funicular and bridge will give tourists, downtown residents and office workers a five-minute walk to the river.
"30.11.2016 00:03:12" edmontonjournal.com Connor McDavid helps 10-year-old girl with months to live fulfill bucket list wish A 10-year-old Edmonton girl diagnosed with four aggressive brain tumours can tick one thing off her bucket list: Meeting Connor McDavid. On Sunday, the Edmonton Journal told Rheanna Trepanier&… A 10-year-old Edmonton girl diagnosed with four aggressive brain tumours can tick one thing off her bucket list: Meeting Connor McDavid.
"30.11.2016 00:01:55" business.financialpost.com Apple begins offering discounted Apple Music plan for Canadian college... The tech giant said eligible students can now get the paid-for music streaming service for $4.99 a month, or half its usual subscription price, for... The tech giant said eligible students can now get the paid-for music streaming service for $4.99 a month, or half its usual subscription price, for up to 48 months. #business #tech
"29.11.2016 22:11:43" edmontonjournal.com Kinder Morgan pipeline expansion wins conditional approval; Enbridge proposal rejected OTTAWA — In what is likely to be one of the landmarks decisions of his first term in office, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced the conditional approval of one pipeline megaproject to B.C. — and put the brakes on the other. Kinder Morgan has won In what is likely to be one of the landmarks decisions of his first term in office, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced the conditional approval of one pipeline megaproject from Alberta to B.C. — and put the brakes on the other.
"29.11.2016 20:37:52" edmontonjournal.com Pipeline pronouncement: Liberals to pass judgment on Line 3, Northern Gateway OTTAWA - Months of government messaging on balancing economic growth with environmental stewardship will be put to the test Tuesday afternoon when Prime Minister Justin Trudeau clears the air on at least two major pipeline proposals. The broad strokes of a year-long Liberal government effort to position the government between fossil fuel development advocates, indigenous groups and climate policy hawks played out during question period in the House of Commons.
"29.11.2016 20:26:17" edmontonjournal.com Rachel Notley to meet with Justin Trudeau following pipeline announcement Alberta Premier Rachel Notley is scheduled to meet with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau in Ottawa Tuesday afternoon following an announcement on pipelines. Trudeau is scheduled to speak at … Trudeau is expected to speak at 4:30 p.m. on two Enbridge pipeline projects, Northern Gateway and the replacement of Line 3
"29.11.2016 19:16:24" edmontonjournal.com Donald Trump adviser Conway coming to Calgary Donald Trump's most visible adviser is coming to Alberta. Kellyanne Conway, who served as campaign manager in Trump's successful Republican presidential campaign, will be in Calgary early next year at the invitation of the Alberta Prosperity Fund, a She will speak to Alberta business leaders at a private fundraising dinner on Jan. 12, according to a prosperity fund news release.
"29.11.2016 18:45:10" driving.ca Motor Mouth: Tolls can create more problems than they solve Proposed road tolls will end up costing Toronto money and alienating neighbours driving.ca: Could Toronto-style road tolls fly in other provinces? #autos
"29.11.2016 18:09:53" business.financialpost.com New marijuana company International Cannabis starts trading on TSX International Cannabis is the newest TSX Venture-listed marijuana company, and it's operating in tiny, pot-loving Uruguay Midas Letter: International Cannabis is the newest TSX Venture-listed marijuana company, and it's operating in tiny, pot-loving Uruguay. #business
"29.11.2016 18:00:48" news.nationalpost.com Holiday beauty sets: 15 gift ideas to make the season merry and bright... The holidays a beautiful time — especially if you're a makeup fan. Each season, countless industry brands big and small get into the Christmas spirit "Each season, countless industry brands big and small get into the Christmas spirit by offering prettily packaged products that excite recreational makeup mavens and professional artists alike. This year is no exception." #life #fashion #beauty
"29.11.2016 17:30:26" news.nationalpost.com Feast Polish-style this Christmas with party food, classic dumplings,... "This is the Christmas dumpling." Zuza Zak's version of uszka — the small, twisted dumpling — is filled with wild mushrooms and sauerkraut, and... Polish food is not all about the pierogi. But author Zuza Zak does admit there's seemingly a dumpling for every occasion in the culinary canon of her native Poland. #life #food
"29.11.2016 17:22:36" edmontonjournal.com Nature of Things documentary says music essential to humanity A fascinating new Nature of Things documentary created by two Edmontonians reveals music's role in human evolution, while also exploring the power of song to heal body and mind. Images an… An Edmonton-written documentary I Got Rhythm: the Science of Song will hopefully answer than question: Why can't I get that Bee Gees song out of my head?
"29.11.2016 17:00:52" news.nationalpost.com Six ways to score deals and discounts on U.S. ski trips this winter Want to bust your winter vacation budget? Buy a one-day lift ticket at a ski resort on a holiday weekend Don't get fleeced wearing your fleece. There are cheaper ways to hit the slopes than the typical one-day lift ticket. #travel
"29.11.2016 16:45:12" driving.ca Your Corner Wrench: How to read worn-out tire treads You can diagnose several problems just by taking a closer look at those worn-out tires driving.ca: Can't figure out why your tires are wearing out prematurely? Here's what those balding treads are trying to tell you. #autos
"29.11.2016 16:35:58" edmontonjournal.com Pilot killed in CF-18 crash near Cold Lake was 'recognized as a leader among his peers' Capt. Thomas McQueen — known as “toast” to his peers — was a Hamilton, Ont., native In 2014, McQueen served as an “escort pilot” for Santa Claus during NORAD's annual holiday “Santa cam” tracker.
"29.11.2016 16:18:06" edmontonjournal.com Championship-bound Brazilian soccer team nearly wiped out as plane crashes in Colombia Police said 75 people had been killed at the site of the crash and six others had been injured and rescued from the scene. Three members of the soccer team survived General José Acevedo, commander of Medellín police, told a Colombian radio station that 75 people had been killed at the site of the crash and six others had been injured and rescued from the scene.
"29.11.2016 16:15:46" Last year, Steven Cloutier drove his truck through a 118 Ave convenience store's front door after a dispute over getting gas from a pre-pay pump. At his sentencing hearing Monday, the judge said he used the truck like a "bomb." Here is the security
"29.11.2016 16:13:22" edmontonjournal.com Eamon McGrath talks July, music and writing his first tour memoir The subject matter is super, super dark — like a lot of it is stories about being down on your luck. That informs the crux of the narrative. It asks the question: “Why should an artist suffer… Former July Talk member Eamon McGrath had a fascinating conversation with Journal music writer Sandra Sperounes. He performs Tuesday at an after-party show for the first of July Talk's sold-out concerts in Edmonton.
"29.11.2016 16:01:49" edmontonjournal.com Waits for access to information get longer in Alberta, report finds Albertans are facing increasingly lengthy waits for the province and its agencies to respond to information requests, says a newly published government report that was itself delayed by more than t… Newly released statistics from the 2014-15 fiscal year show the government and its agencies hit the deadline for 59 per cent of the requests they received, while nearly a quarter of requests took 60 days or longer to complete.
"29.11.2016 16:01:12" Graham Thomson explains that the NDP's new election financing rules don't include government spending.
"29.11.2016 16:00:38" news.nationalpost.com Caring for a son with microcephaly As a woman who has mothered such a child for the past 53 years, let me share some of the difficulties as well as the joys of parenting a child with... When Andy was diagnosed with microcephaly in the 1960s, expectations for children with intellectual and developmental disabilities were very different from today. #health
"29.11.2016 15:43:02" edmontonjournal.com Terry Jones: Leafs coach sees parallels between his team and Oilers TORONTO — Mike Babcock totally sees it. It's like they Toronto Maple Leafs and Edmonton Oilers are climbing ladders side-by-side at the NHL twin towers. The year after all seven Canadian teams miss… Two years ago, days apart, the two teams, with new management structures, hired two of the top head coaches in the game, Mike Babcock and Todd McLellan.
"29.11.2016 15:33:43" edmontonjournal.com Man who drove into gas station used his truck like 'a bomb' An Edmonton man, who angrily drove into a gas station convenience store and badly hurt several workers, used his vehicle like “a bomb,” said a judge during a sentencing hearing Monday. … Court heard Cloutier was “extremely angry” with staff after having issues getting gas from a pre-pay pump and believing he had been mistreated and his driver's licence stolen.
"29.11.2016 15:25:32" edmontonjournal.com Braid: Was Wildrose office burglary a political crime or 'a paranoid fantasy?' It's getting harder to tell if the effort to merge Alberta's conservative parties is a soap opera, a crime drama, or a bad sitcom. Or, more probably, it's just another example of how Alberta conservatives will tear each other apart because they think This time the conspiracy theorists are running wild over news that a Wildrose Party office in Edmonton was burglarized and laptop computers stolen.
"29.11.2016 15:07:40" edmontonjournal.com Graham Thomson: NDP's new elections financing act is good as far as it goes — but should have gone further The government of Premier Rachel Notley has introduced legislation to tighten the province's infamously loose election financing laws. No longer will Alberta have elections that are, financially sp… From Graham Thomson: No longer will Alberta have elections that are, financially speaking, the equivalent of the chariot race in Ben Hur but with fewer rules.
"29.11.2016 14:28:46" edmontonjournal.com Boy lived in 'squalor' with mother who is accused of negligently causing his death The conditions in which little Ryan Lovett lived with his mom, who is charged with negligently causing his death, were deplorable, a prosecutor suggested Monday. Crown lawyer Jonathan Hak, in his opening address in the Court of Queen's Bench trial of “She did not believe in conventional medicine or doctors and insisted that home remedies would take care of Ryan's ailments”
"29.11.2016 13:49:18" edmontonjournal.com Gary Lamphier: This may be biggest bull market in history, says Tuey “I said almost four years ago that the S&P 500 would reach at least 2,500 before this bull market is over, and in the final blow off it might hit as high as 3,500. We're in a powerf… Celebrity forecasters like George Soros, Marc Faber and Abby Joseph Cohen get a lot more airtime, but they're frequently dead wrong (witness Soros's repeated, wrong-headed predictions about a collapse in China).
"29.11.2016 13:32:44" edmontonjournal.com Families involved in embattled home-schooling group earned $2.86M from 2012-15 The man at the helm of a private home-schooling association accused of financial mismanagement earns nearly $300,000 a year in pay and benefits. In 2014-15, Wisdom Home Schooling's direc… In 2014-15, Wisdom Home Schooling's director, Ken Noster, earned more than 85 per cent of the Alberta superintendents managing public school district
"29.11.2016 06:06:45" edmontonjournal.com Shepherd wins legal fight after flock of rare sheep slaughtered by... It brings to a close the strange yarn of a fugitive — and allegedly diseased — flock, abducted from Montana Jones' farm hours before the CFIA... It started in 2010 when a sheep in Alberta tested positive for scrapie (a degenerative disease similar to the “mad cow disease” that affects cattle).
"29.11.2016 05:42:15" edmontonjournal.com Oilers get one-day break after grueling November road schedule Twenty-three games into a season that has left many fans and critics surprised, if not stunned, head coach Todd McLellan believes it was time to... So after a frustrating 2-1 loss to the Arizona Coyotes on Sunday, the club got a surprise day off Monday, a chance to exhale and regain their strength for Tuesday's tilt with the Toronto Maple Leafs.
"29.11.2016 04:52:04" edmontonjournal.com Man who drove into gas station used his truck like 'a bomb' An Edmonton man, who angrily drove into a gas station convenience store and badly hurt several workers, used his vehicle like “a bomb,” said a judge during a sentencing hearing Monday. … An Edmonton man, who angrily drove into a gas station convenience store and badly hurt several workers, used his vehicle like “a bomb,” said a judge during a sentencing hearing Monday.
"29.11.2016 01:29:34" edmontonjournal.com Provincial legislation to require helmets when using off-road vehicles on public land New provincial legislation introduced Monday will require off-road vehicle riders to wear helmets on public land in an effort to curb the number of related deaths and injuries. Transportation … Alberta was the only Canadian province without legislation concerning helmets and off-highway vehicles.
"29.11.2016 01:27:38" edmontonjournal.com Edmonton to host prestigious summer hockey tourney for world's best under-18s The late Ivan Hlinka is remembered fondly and respectfully as a hockey pioneer on the ice and behind the bench, and his considerable international legacy once again extends across the ocean. It was… Rogers Place will host the Ivan Hlinka Memorial Cup, which pits the world's best under-18 male players against one another, in August of 2018, 2020 and 2022.
"29.11.2016 00:35:07" edmontonjournal.com Paula Simons: Mary and Mariama: Parallels between deaths of bus accident victims should inspire us to act Mary and Mariama. They came from the opposite sides of Edmonton, in every sense. Their deaths were tragically, horrifically parallel. They probably never met. They came from the opposite sides of Edmonton, in every sense. Their deaths were tragically, horrifically parallel.
"28.11.2016 23:57:52" edmontonjournal.com Town of Vegreville continues fight against closure of Claims Processing Centre There's growing concern about the effect on the town of Vegreville if the planned closure of the Citizenship and Immigration Case Processing Centre goes ahead. With more than 200 staff m… “This is going to be devastating for the town … and it's not something we can just sit back and accept.”
"28.11.2016 23:36:08" business.financialpost.com 'We have no other tools': CBC asks Ottawa for more than $300 million in... In an interview with the Post, the public broadcaster said the decision to ask for the increase came after the Heritage Minister indicated that... In an interview with the Post, the public broadcaster said the decision to ask for the increase came after the Heritage Minister indicated that 'everything is on the table.' #business
"28.11.2016 23:32:18" Edmonton Journal's cover photo Dorothy Jedrasik with some of the 5,000 poinsettia plants at the Muttart Conservatory, in Edmonton on Monday Nov. 28, 2016. Photo by David Bloom
"28.11.2016 23:32:18" Edmonton Journal's cover photo Dorothy Jedrasik with some of the 5,000 poinsettia plants at the Muttart Conservatory, in Edmonton on Monday Nov. 28, 2016. Photo by David Bloom
"28.11.2016 23:28:24" edmontonjournal.com Province unveils Fair Elections Financing Act details The provincial government today tabled a bill overhauling Alberta's election finance rules. Here's a quick rundown about what it means for you. Why the changes? The NDP prom… The provincial government today tabled a bill overhauling Alberta's election finance rules. Here's a quick rundown about what it means for you.
"28.11.2016 22:50:51" edmontonjournal.com Witch Hunt at the Strand: a cautionary tale of bigotry in Edmonton's history Darrin Hagen's play, getting its full-length première in an artful David Cheoros production at Workshop West, takes us into the toxic, tentacled world of a persecution. The relentless campaign of b… Workshop West's Witch Hunt at the Strand: This isn't some fictional horror scenario. The sordid history of homophobia it exhumes is ours.
"28.11.2016 22:41:25" business.financialpost.com Rogers asks Ottawa to fold Canadian content funding into new agency, use... The telecom giant, which says it invested $580 million in Canadian content last year, makes no secret that it and other large companies stand to... The telecom giant, which says it invested $580 million in Canadian content last year, makes no secret that it and other large companies stand to benefit from its proposals. #business
"28.11.2016 21:23:18" edmontonjournal.com Edmonton prison inmate alleges he was shot in testicles as retribution for lawsuit An Edmonton Institution inmate alleges he was intentionally shot in the testicles during a weekend lockdown as retribution for his part in a $5.6-million lawsuit against the Attorney General of Can… An Edmonton Institution inmate alleges he was intentionally shot in the testicles during a weekend lockdown as retribution for his part in a $5.6-million lawsuit against the Attorney General of Canada.
"28.11.2016 20:11:41" edmontonjournal.com Alberta's deficit sees small decrease of $78 million to $10.8 billion, economy still struggling But that's still $449 million higher than estimated at budget, largely due to the Fort McMurray fire Alberta's debt stands at $31.2 billion and the province expects to borrow $14.8 billion.
"28.11.2016 20:01:24" edmontonjournal.com CF-188 Hornet from 4 Wing Cold Lake crashes inside air weapons range A Canadian Forces fighter jet from 4 Wing Cold Lake has crashed inside the air weapons range on the Saskatchewan side of the border. “At approximately 11:09 a.m. Cold Lake local time, a CF-188 Horn… Update: The Department of National Defence has confirmed the pilot died, but the cause of the crash is not yet known.
"28.11.2016 18:48:29" edmontonjournal.com Attacker shot to death after eight people stabbed, hit by vehicle at Ohio State University The spokesman said Monday that there were also other injuries that were being evaluated. Eight people were sent to hospitals Monday morning after the attack Hospital officials said the eight victims had non-life-threatening injuries.
"28.11.2016 18:30:22" news.nationalpost.com Before you settle in for your long winter's nap, stir up this hot cider... Hot cocktails are inspired by the classic hot toddy, a curative mixture that includes whiskey, rum, or brandy with hot water, a sweetener, and... "Hot cocktails are inspired by the classic hot toddy, a curative mixture dating back centuries that includes whiskey, rum, or brandy with hot water, a sweetener, and sometimes some spicing." #life #food
"28.11.2016 18:28:33" edmontonjournal.com A wild night for Edmonton's Dungarees as winners of $100,953 prize Carseland singer-songwriter Sykamore won $75,000 for her second-place finish while Edmonton's Ken Stead earned $50,000 for third. Congratulations to Edmonton country/roots-rockers for winning $100,953 in this year's Project Wild artist development program.
"28.11.2016 17:59:43" edmontonjournal.com Alberta rental vacancy rate climbs to 8.1 per cent from 5.6 per cent Apartment vacancy rates continue to rise across and average rent continues to drop signalling dire times for Alberta landlords. The latest Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation rental market for … Edmonton's average monthly rent for a two-bedroom apartment was $1,229
"28.11.2016 17:45:11" news.nationalpost.com In volcanic Iceland, eruptions bring risk, and tourism boom Iceland is home to 32 active volcanic sites and its history is punctuated with eruptions, some of them catastrophic "Few outside this island nation had heard of Eyjafjallajokull — and even fewer could pronounce it — when the volcano erupted in April 2010 after two centuries of silence." #travel
"28.11.2016 17:32:01" edmontonjournal.com Album Review: Audio/Rocketry's self-titled effort is as Edmonton as it gets The folk-punk foursome celebrate the release of their new album — and the band's 10th anniversary — on Dec. 3 at The Starlite Room. If 2016 was good for anything, it gave us some poignant yet blistering folk-rock albums produced by Edmonton musicians.
"28.11.2016 17:15:13" news.nationalpost.com Piquant pork: An easy apple-glazed tenderloin dinner dish to celebrate... Apple-Glazed Pork Tenderloin is a table delight, thanks to the meat's overnight bath in a spiced apple marinade "Serve the pork with our Mashed Sweet Potatoes and Apples, which takes advantage of the natural sweetness of fruit to add flavour to a classic side dish." #life #food
"28.11.2016 17:08:55" edmontonjournal.com 'She was always happy': Family mourns teen killed by ETS bus 'Mariama was a very hardworking girl, very friendly. She always had a big smile on her face.' Mariama Sillah is being remembered as happy and hardworking
"28.11.2016 16:48:33" news.nationalpost.com A fifth of Ontario organ donors have wishes vetoed by family Provincial policies contravene law, lead to "wasted organs" as transplant waitlists grow Families often feud over whether to respect previously declared wishes around organ donation. Physicians never go against family wishes. #health
"28.11.2016 16:28:00" edmontonjournal.com Album Review: Audio/Rocketry's self-titled effort is as Edmonton as it gets The folk-punk foursome celebrate the release of their new album — and the band's 10th anniversary — on Dec. 3 at The Starlite Room. The new album by Audio/Rocketry is peppered with Edmonton references -- to the High Level Bridge, 118th Avenue, construction sites, parking lots and more.
"28.11.2016 16:15:09" driving.ca Planning for your retirement – from driving With our skills diminishing as we get older, being proactive will put the decision in your hands, not those of someone else driving.ca: When it comes to getting behind the wheel, it's best to plan your driving future so you – and only you – can control it. #autos
"28.11.2016 16:03:04" edmontonjournal.com Survey finds 960 Canadian military personnel were sexually assaulted in the workplace in the last year 'Harmful sexual behaviour is a real problem in our institution,' Chief of the Defence Staff Gen. Jon Vance said at a news conference Monday. 'I'm very disappointed' The results of the survey, done by Statistics Canada for the Canadian Forces, are sobering, said Chief of the Defence Staff Gen. Jon Vance. “Harmful sexual behaviour is a real problem in our institution,” he said at a news conference Monday. “I'm very
"28.11.2016 15:38:09" edmontonjournal.com Cyber Monday deals 2016: What retailers are offering online in Canada If you missed Black Friday there is still a chance to grab deals online as retailers roll out more bargains for Cyber Monday. Here's a look at what is being offered in Canada Deals.
"28.11.2016 15:19:36" To Catch a Texter You won't believe how York Regional Police are catching distracted drivers. #FatalDistraction
"28.11.2016 15:02:08" edmontonjournal.com Coal is still king for Canadian railways despite Liberal government's energy plant phase out The demand is being driven by a rebound in the price of steel-making coal and U.S. president-elect Donald Trump's promise to revive the industry The demand is being driven by a rebound in the price of steel-making coal and U.S. president-elect Donald Trump's promise to revive the industry there.
"28.11.2016 14:57:26" edmontonjournal.com Strongest may have survived after weakest faltered in Alberta oilpatch downturn Mergers and acquisitions experts are predicting fewer Canadian oil and gas companies will go bust over the next year as most of the “troubled children” of the industry have already failed or been sold. Tom Pavic, vice-president of Calgary-based Sayer Tom Pavic, vice-president of Calgary-based Sayer Energy Advisors, said 26 Canadian energy companies have entered into a court-monitored receivership or restructuring process so far this year.
"28.11.2016 14:04:02" edmontonjournal.com Nick Lees: Heart surgeon Dennis Modry tears down own home to create high-end development Aged four, his ambition was to drive a fire truck from the hall across the road. In school, he wanted to be a professional hockey player. But that changed in Grade 11. “A surgeon came to Ross Shepp… With his transplantation program one of the largest and most successful in North America, Modry retired last December to launch a new career.
"28.11.2016 13:35:25" edmontonjournal.com Alberta universities distribute naloxone overdose kits to combat fentanyl scourge The University of Alberta has dispensed 11 fentanyl overdose response kits since the start of the fall term to head off the province's most pressing and deadly health crisis. Even though the inject… Between 2009-14, the number of Canadians who died from a fentanyl overdose was estimated to be at least 1,700. In 2015 alone, more than 2,000 Canadians died from a fentanyl overdose.
"28.11.2016 06:43:07" Timeline Photos Wildrose leader raises alarm after computers stolen from party's Edmonton office #ableg http://ow.ly/jSvA306zAMd
"28.11.2016 05:00:11" edmontonjournal.com Budget breakdown: Critical projects on the line in upcoming Edmonton... Edmonton city council will plunge into budget talks Tuesday with some councillors trying to shave down a proposed 3.1-per-cent tax increase while... They've spent months debating festivals running in the red, increasing homelessness, upgrades to the Edmonton Ski Club and a new development agency to fight urban blight. Now it's decision time for Edmonton city council.
"28.11.2016 03:44:34" edmontonjournal.com Ottawa Redblacks pull off wild upset, defeat Calgary Stampeders in... Henry Burris wasn't even supposed to play. The Calgary Stampeders wish he hadn't. Smilin' Hank did a number on his old team Henry Burris wasn't even supposed to play. The Stampeders wish he hadn't. Smilin' Hank did a number on his old team http://ow.ly/mM0N306zrx0
"28.11.2016 02:27:49" edmontonjournal.com Meeting Oiler Connor McDavid at the top of bucket list for 10-year-old... After being diagnosed with four aggressive brain tumours, Rheanna Trepanier, 10, is trying to get as many things as she can knocked off her bucket... Rheanna was diagnosed less than a month ago with four brain tumours. The 10-year-old girl with just months to live has come up with a bucket list of things she wants to do — and a caring community has already stepped up to make many of those wishes come
"28.11.2016 01:21:28" edmontonjournal.com $435,000 lawsuit claims female player took hard hit from 'violent'... An Edmonton woman is seeking nearly $435,000 in damages, alleging she was aggressively hit into the boards in a non-contact hockey league game.... According to the league's rules posted online, body checking is prohibited and even incidental contact can result in a penalty. A penalty for fighting results in an indefinite suspension from the league.
"28.11.2016 00:23:44" edmontonjournal.com Dan Barnes: Oilers stymied by Arizona goalie Mike Smith, yet again The thief wore a ball cap and a smile, but offered no clues as to the longevity of his unchecked crime spree. “Can't. Just can't,” said Arizona... So many of the right people had the puck on their sticks, writes Edmonton Journal columnist Dan Barnes. But they don't have an answer for Smith. It's just the way it goes in hockey on occasion.
"28.11.2016 00:17:02" edmontonjournal.com Renters' market prevails in Edmonton, Calgary, numbers suggest Renters continue to have the upper hand on landlords in Edmonton. Data compiled by an Alberta property management firm, Hope Street Real Estate,... Data compiled by an Alberta property management firm, Hope Street Real Estate, shows that the number of rental homes currently on the Edmonton market has risen to 5,211, up from 3,820 at this time last year.
"27.11.2016 23:48:14" edmontonjournal.com Oilers nipped by Coyotes 2-1 The Edmonton Oilers will have to call the Arizona Coyotes “daddy” for a little while longer. Hoping to end a mind-numbing streak that saw the... Hoping to end a streak that saw the Coyotes takes points in 24 straight games against Edmonton (20-0-4), the Oilers dropped a 2-1 decision at Rogers Arena Sunday to lose both ends of a home-and-home series.
"27.11.2016 21:33:04" edmontonjournal.com Photos: Rough-and-tumble roller derby action at Sk8mare Take a look at sights and spills from Oil CityRoller Derby's 10th annual Sk8mare Invitational on Saturday, Nov. 26, 2016 in Edmonton. Photos by Greg Southam Roller Derby!
"27.11.2016 19:10:00" news.nationalpost.com Whose call? Distracted driving has overtaken impairment as a cause of deadly crashes on Canadian roads, according to police and other agencies. “It's grossly under-reported,” Toronto police spokesman Clinton Stibbe told Postmedia. Even if a driver admits to using a How do we put an end to texting and driving?
"27.11.2016 18:28:58" Teen girl hit and killed by ETS bus Edmonton Police Service Inspector Gary Godziuk gives an update on the investigation where a 13-year-old girl was killed after being hit and dragged by an Edmonton Transit bus Saturday night. Video by Shaughn Butts
"27.11.2016 18:20:33" Oilers prepare for Arizona Edmonton Oilers head coach Todd McLellan talks about Sundays game against the Arizona Coyotes and the 24 losses the Oilers have suffered to the Coyotes. Video by Greg Southam
"27.11.2016 17:24:57" edmontonjournal.com What time does the Grey Cup start? Thank you for asking. Game time is 4 p.m. MST, although the pre-game intros and activities will push the kickoff to 4:30 p.m. The game is being broadcast on TSN, with the five hour (!!) pre-game show starting at about 11 a.m. In unrelated news, most liquor stores in the city are open at 11 as well.
"27.11.2016 17:22:11" edmontonjournal.com Trudeau defends comment on Fidel Castro's death, says he didn't intend to ignore human rights Speaking in Madagascar, where he is attending the summit of la Francophonie, Trudeau says he understands that some affected by the Castro regime would view things differently “He certainly was a polarizing figure and there certainly were significant concerns around human rights,” Trudeau told reporters Sunday. “That's something that I'm open about and highlighted, but on the passing of his death I expressed a statement that
"27.11.2016 16:23:36" edmontonjournal.com Teenage girl struck and killed by city bus in northeast Edmonton A 14-year-old girl has died after being hit and dragged by a Edmonton Transit bus Saturday night. Investigators believe the girl was unknowingly hit by an ETS bus turning left onto 137 Avenue and 40 Street and dragged a short distance.
"27.11.2016 15:57:10" edmontonjournal.com Heads up! The Oilers vs Coyotes game starts at 1 p.m. Will the Oilers ever beat the Coyotes in a 60-minute game? We're coming up to six years, folks. Twenty-four straight games Arizona has at least a point, the latest a 3-2 shootout win over Oil… It's Grey Cup Sunday so the Oilers tilt is an afternoon affair.
"27.11.2016 15:33:21" edmontonjournal.com Edmonton woman hopes for reunion of birth family in Newfoundland 43 years after adoption Andrea Del Col wipes a tear away and takes a moment to compose herself. “I need to see her,” she says, referring to her biological mother, Mary Samson, who gave her up for adoption in 1973. “I need… I need to see her,” Andrea Del Col says, referring to her biological mother, Mary Samson, who gave her up for adoption in 1973.
"27.11.2016 04:52:01" edmontonjournal.com Off the table: Proposed changes to U of A's student dining plan voted down A plan by the University of Alberta to shift its food program to an anytime dining model at Lister Residence and at the Augustana campus in Camrose... University administration had hoped to move away from its declining balance model — in which students load up a “debit card” from one of two dining levels — $4,554 or $3,873 with many choosing the latter, cheaper option.
The proposed option would have
"27.11.2016 04:48:39" edmontonjournal.com University of Alberta set to increase parking, student residence rates The cost to park at the University of Alberta could be about to go up, with campus visitors paying the bulk of any increase. If approved at the... Hourly visitor parking may go up by 25 cents at South Campus to $3.25, and by 50 cents at North Campus to $4.50.
Daily rates could go up by a $1, to a $15 daily maximum, at North Campus and the Jubilee Car Park. The new daily maximum rate on South Campus
"27.11.2016 02:46:04" edmontonjournal.com Lego League helps teams of Edmonton kids click as they learn about... Andor Siegers is part of a group of Edmonton researchers who think they've found one small way to help stop the precipitous decline in the world's... They're kids aged nine to 14 taking part in the FIRST (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology) Lego League at the U of A, an international group that challenges youngsters to work on real-world problems. http://ow.ly/1BlY306yjjd
"27.11.2016 01:58:58" edmontonjournal.com Dan Barnes: So, Oiler fans, ready for a 60-game playoff push? They're in every game, they're in the thick of the Western Conference race — and barring catastrophic injury problems — they will remain in the... They can beat good teams. They can win on the road. They can grind out a 2-1 victory or shoot out the lights and win going away. But this team wants more (wins, that is), and the fans want more (playoff tickets, that is). So hang on to your hats. It's
"27.11.2016 01:48:38" edmontonjournal.com Terry Jones: Stampeders have one Grey Cup to show for decade of success TORONTO — In the last nine years the Calgary has done nothing but win regular season games. In the last eight they have only one Grey Cup to show... “We do want to be remembered as one of the best teams that ever played. But we do understand that it cannot happen without winning this game.”
"27.11.2016 00:08:39" edmontonjournal.com Westminster School hosts basketball tournament for student athlete... Celebrating her love of basketball and her community, Westminster School hosted a memorial basketball tournament for a former student athlete... Her parents said the tournament — with proceeds going toward establishing a scholarship fund in Fernanda's name — is bittersweet. While still overwhelmed with grief over the loss of their daughter, they are grateful to see so many people celebrate her
"26.11.2016 22:21:42" edmontonjournal.com West Virginia white man fatally shoots black teen, 'that's another piece of trash off the street' William Ronald Pulliam has been charged with murder in the shooting. Police are calling on federal authorities to determine whether it can be considered a hate crime “The way I look at it, that's another piece of trash off the street,” Pulliam reportedly told police, according to a criminal complaint cited by the newspaper.
"26.11.2016 22:00:00" news.nationalpost.com Driven to distraction: With more code than a Boeing jet, today's cars are so smart — they're making us dumb Picture this scenario: a teenager has just texted his crush, asking for a date. While driving to meet a friend, his phone dings and he thinks it might be her. Excited, he glances down just as a truck brakes in front of him. His parents' new car, which has STOP texting and driving.
"26.11.2016 21:29:08" edmontonjournal.com Scalded toddler would 'scream, scream, scream' days before he died from untreated burns, court told The toddler suffered second- and third-degree burns from his waist almost to his knees, covering his genitalia, buttocks thighs and part of his back “I heard the little man scream, scream, scream,” Ford testified at the Superior Court jury trial of Dumont, 30, and Bakker, 27, who have pleaded not guilty to a joint charge of criminal negligence causing death and failing to provide the necessaries of
"26.11.2016 21:17:03" edmontonjournal.com Oilpatch odours in northwestern Alberta still pungent, years after inquiry EDMONTON - Researcher Tristan Jones was cruising the back roads of northwestern Alberta last summer when his studies suddenly became more than academic. "It was kind of like we hit a wall of odour," said Jones, who's writing a PhD thesis at Rutgers University on how the energy industry has changed the environmental and social landscape near Peace River.
"26.11.2016 20:58:10" edmontonjournal.com Justin Trudeau on Fidel Castro: 'A legendary revolutionary' who improved education and healthcare Trudeau recently travelled to Cuba but was unable to meet with Castro, who had been a friend of his father But Trudeau also referred to the late president as a “legendary revolutionary and orator.”
The prime minister went on to say that “Mr. Castro made significant improvements to the education and healthcare of his island nation.”
"26.11.2016 18:45:35" edmontonjournal.com Kenney marches on: Is Tory leadership race already over? With votes starting to be cast in the Progressive Conservative leadership race, a question is already hanging over the contest: Is Jason Kenney unbeatable? Donna Kennedy-Glans, the former PC cabinet minister who dropped out of the leadership race earlier this month before voting had even started, said the writing is on the wall for an easy Kenney victory.
"26.11.2016 17:28:11" Coyotes have had Oilers' number Hockey writer Jim Matheson talks about the Edmonton Oilers' home-and-home matchup with the Arizona Coyotes, which starts with their game Friday, Nov. 25, 2016, in Glendale, Ariz., and continues Sunday, Nov. 27, at Edmonton's Rogers Place. The Coyotes
"26.11.2016 16:24:55" edmontonjournal.com Graham Thomson: No amount of scrubbing will produce Donald Trump's 'clean coal' It seems so many of us had underestimated Donald Trump, for all kinds of reasons. Most notably, of course, he won the U.S. presidential election. And now he has found the solution to North America'… If only. The reality is there is no such thing as “clean coal.”
"26.11.2016 15:31:48" edmontonjournal.com Edmonton Uber drivers hit with 'hundreds' of non-compliance tickets Edmonton's vehicle for hire bylaw has been in place since March 1, but some drivers are not complying with the rules. To date in 2016, 159 tickets have been handed out to Uber ride-shari… Uber spokesman Jean-Christophe de Le Rue suggested the company is still unsatisfied with elements of the city bylaw.
"26.11.2016 07:33:53" edmontonjournal.com Fidel Castro, longtime Cuban dictator and U.S. adversary, dead at 90 The bearded revolutionary, who survived a crippling U.S. trade embargo as well as possibly hundreds of assassination plots, died eight years after... Castro's reign over the island-nation 90 miles from Florida was marked by the U.S.-backed Bay of Pigs invasion in 1961 and the Cuban Missile Crisis a year later that brought the world to the brink of nuclear war.
"26.11.2016 05:43:32" edmontonjournal.com Edmonton Oilers fall to the Arizona Coyotes…again “That team's cleaned our clock,” said McLellan. “In large part, we'd beat ourselves… I don't think the Coyotes ever do that.” “That team's cleaned our clock,” said McLellan. “In large part, we'd beat ourselves… I don't think the Coyotes ever do that.”
"26.11.2016 05:34:18" Timeline Photos BREAKING: Former President of Cuba Fidel Castro has died at the age of 90, according to a televised statement.
"26.11.2016 05:00:34" edmontonjournal.com Police surround two residences after bank robbery Edmonton police surrounded two residences in north Edmonton Friday night after an armed robbery at a bank. Edmonton police surrounded two residences Friday night in north Edmonton after an armed robbery at a bank.
"26.11.2016 04:00:34" news.nationalpost.com Brussels sprouts get a makeover in Martha Stewart's recipe for braised... U.S. style guru sautés the hardy green vegetable, then pops it in the oven, braising it with Dijon mustard and broth "If you are bored with your usual chicken recipes, this one-pot dinner of braised chicken and sprouts is good comfort food." #life #food
"26.11.2016 02:38:36" edmontonjournal.com Paula Simons: Mayor Don Iveson calls dibs on land Beaumont just annexed from Leduc County We're back to piecemeal planning, with communities at cross-purposes. The Town of Beaumont has won its legal fight to annex the chunk of Leduc County that separates the bedroom community from Edmonton. But Edmonton isn't surrendering its claim.
"26.11.2016 01:00:00" edmontonjournal.com Mayor Don Iveson to dig deeper into Edmonton Freezeway flap Mayor Don Iveson is promising to dig deeper into allegations the city stiffed the designer who pitched the Freezeway project and used the name without honouring his idea. Matt Gibbs is so… Mayor Don Iveson is promising to dig deeper into allegations the city stiffed the designer who pitched the Freezeway project and used the name without honouring his idea.
"26.11.2016 00:31:58" edmontonjournal.com Edmonton man wins $7 million in new lottery game An Edmonton resident is bringing home a one-time payment of $7 million after becoming the first winner of a new lottery game dubbed Daily Grand. Suryanarayana Bora, who won the Nov. 10 dr… An Edmonton resident is bringing home a one-time payment of $7 million after becoming the first winner of a new lottery game dubbed Daily Grand.
"26.11.2016 00:25:06" edmontonjournal.com Aboriginal anti-pipeline activists in Alberta show support against Standing Rock, N.D. plan Gary Moostoos is haunted by the image of a black snake that will rise from the depths before wreaking destruction on nature. It comes from a Lakota prophecy that has become a cornerstone of th… “It's scary to think 17 hours away from Edmonton is something that could be potentially life-threatening to a few thousands people."
"26.11.2016 00:23:24" edmontonjournal.com The Press Gallery Podcast #160: The Why You Gotta Be So Mean edition Why you gotta be so mean, Alberta? Now MLA Sandra Jansen has been assigned a security detail. The Press Gallery podcast team Sarah O'Donnell, Paula Simons and Stuart Thomson join host Emma Gr… Join the Press Gallery as they ask "Why you gotta be so mean?"
"25.11.2016 21:26:39" business.financialpost.com As TSX closes in on an all-time record, investors wonder if the good... Canadian stocks have been led by a rebound in energy stocks and Canadian banks, the latter of which have posted much better earnings than the... Canadian stocks have been led by a rebound in energy stocks and Canadian banks, the latter of which have posted much better earnings than the market has been expecting. #business
"25.11.2016 20:20:43" business.financialpost.com Out of work years before retirement and carrying debt, woman, 58,... A former civil servant, this Ontario woman's pension just covers her monthly expenses so she frets an emergency could siphon away her capital A former civil servant, this Ontario woman's pension just covers her monthly expenses so she frets an emergency could siphon away her capital. #business
"25.11.2016 20:17:49" business.financialpost.com 'A disruptive showman': CRTC boss has no regrets about battling Canada's... Jean-Pierre Blais's tenure at the telecom watchdog is set to expire in June and depending on who you talk to he is the best or worst thing to... Jean-Pierre Blais's tenure at the telecom watchdog is set to expire in June and depending on who you talk to he is the best or worst thing to happen to the ever-changing sector. #business
"25.11.2016 19:32:36" edmontonjournal.com Market research: Alberta's trade missions to Asia are putting a friendly face on business deals Tongs in hand and aproned against potential splatter, Oneil Carlier stands beside Rocky the Canadian Beef mascot — a excited-looking cow wearing red overalls — and a cooktop filled with sizzling st… In 2015, Alberta's imports and exports with both China and Japan totalled more than $7.8 billion. Last year, trade with China increased by 16 per cent.
"25.11.2016 19:04:03" edmontonjournal.com 'Theatre' Anxiety carried to unnerving lengths in new Edmonton production Theatre Yes, the inventive little Edmonton company that brought us eye to eye with theatre in elevators last year has gathered six indie companies from across the country, with apparently unlimited… Six Canadian indie theatre companies have gathered in Edmonton to make theatre-goers anxious. In a secret location. The normal rules don't apply.
"25.11.2016 19:00:43" news.nationalpost.com From stocking stuffers to kitchen essentials Barbeque and southern foods expert Elizabeth Karmel rounded up her favourite products of the year and suggests these gifts for those who cook — and... Gifts for those who cook and those who just eat. #life #food
"25.11.2016 18:57:27" business.financialpost.com The CRA is cracking down on real estate tax dodgers in Canada's red hot... Earlier this year, the Canada Revenue Agency indicated that transactions in the Greater Toronto Area have been the subject of greater scrutiny Earlier this year, the Canada Revenue Agency indicated that transactions in the Greater Toronto Area have been the subject of greater scrutiny. #business
"25.11.2016 18:36:37" edmontonjournal.com Where the Truth Lies: Author Rudy Wiebe on what's important A new collection of essays highlights what drives the celebrated author Edmonton's Rudy Wiebe is one of Canada's most influential writers. Now he's written a collection of essays, speeches and reflections under the title of Where the Truth Lies.
"25.11.2016 18:00:44" news.nationalpost.com Former coal baron's Victoria castle now a popular tourism — and wedding... A step inside Craigdarroch Castle is a walk back into history, when a mighty coal baron built a monument on a rocky outcrop overlooking the city of... "A step inside Craigdarroch Castle is a walk back into history, when a mighty coal baron built a monument on a rocky outcrop overlooking the city of Victoria to announce his stature and prominence as one of the richest men in Western Canada." #travel
"25.11.2016 17:15:14" driving.ca Three affordable crossovers with all-weather traction Looking for a new set of wheels this Black Friday? We've got you covered driving.ca: Here are some of the best deals on crossovers if you're shopping for a new car this Black Friday. #autos
"25.11.2016 17:00:00" news.nationalpost.com Your brain on texting: The science of why we need to check our smartphones at every 'ping' New brain wave discovered among texters By Sharon Kirkey; Interactive by Brice Hall When neurologist William Tatum and his team stuck scalp electrodes on people undergoing video EEG monitoring for epilepsy, they stumbled upon what might be the first Wanting to stay connected can leave you permanently disconnected.
"25.11.2016 16:17:21" edmontonjournal.com New motherhood brings a 'new kind of tired' I've never been a huge sleeper. I've never been able to nap, or snooze in bed till noon. I don't doze on planes or in cars. I've always functioned well on little rest. When my husband Jesse a… If you're a parent of a newborn, pretty sure you'll relate to Julia Lipscombe's column on her preoccupation with sleep — or lack of it.
"25.11.2016 16:15:10" driving.ca Motor Mouth: Facts are superfluous to the EV crowd Pie-in-the-sky ideas at Automobility conference in Los Angeles ignore basic realities driving.ca: Are EV proponents completely out to lunch on their predictions? Some of the talk around the Automobility conference in L.A. would suggest so. #autos
"25.11.2016 16:00:39" news.nationalpost.com B.C. woman can conceive child with her dead husband after judge grants... Shortly before her husband died, a B.C. woman promised him she would use his stored sperm to have their baby. But the fertility clinic wouldn't... “The petitioner and A.B. shared an intense desire to have a family,” B.C. Supreme Court Justice Paul Pearlman said in his ruling. “However, A.B. suffered from a succession of severe medical conditions … that disrupted and postponed their plans to conceive
"25.11.2016 15:43:45" Can Man Dan Can Man Dan begins his annual camp out fundraiser for the Edmonton Food Bank.
"25.11.2016 15:15:15" driving.ca Motor Mouth: Facts are superfluous to the EV crowd Pie-in-the-sky ideas at Automobility conference in Los Angeles ignore basic realities driving.ca: Instead of putting their best foot forward, the brightest minds in the business desperately need a shot of reality. #autos
"25.11.2016 13:39:19" edmontonjournal.com Alberta reaches $1.36B deal to shut down coal plants The Alberta government will pay three coal power producers more than $1 billion over the next 14 years to compensate them for shutting down their plants early as part of its climate change agenda. The deals are the latest in a series of changes the NDP government has made to Alberta's energy landscape to cut greenhouse gas emissions and produce cleaner power.
"25.11.2016 05:21:45" Edmonton Journal's cover photo Siblings Gavin Thompson, 5, Averie, 6, and Alex, 4, have their picture taken with Santa during a private train ride sponsored by CN for 150 Stollery kids to St. Albert on Thursday, November 24, 2016. Photo by Greg Southam / Postmedia
"25.11.2016 05:21:45" Edmonton Journal's cover photo Siblings Gavin Thompson, 5, Averie, 6, and Alex, 4, have their picture taken with Santa during a private train ride sponsored by CN for 150 Stollery kids to St. Albert on Thursday, November 24, 2016. Photo by Greg Southam / Postmedia
"25.11.2016 04:10:17" edmontonjournal.com University of Alberta law faculty investigates after student article prompts allegations of sexism The University of Alberta law faculty's vice-dean is investigating whether students who published a satire article have breached the school's code of conduct. The vice-dean of the faculty of law at the University of Alberta is investigating complaints about an article in the student newspaper which angered several students
"25.11.2016 03:42:26" edmontonjournal.com Questions plague Progressive Conservative leadership race None of the most recent snafus to develop in Alberta's Progressive Conservative leadership race will result in sanctions for any candidate. In Drumheller-Stettler, the constituency … Delegate selection meeting results thrown out by the Alberta Progressive Conservative party.
"25.11.2016 03:09:35" edmontonjournal.com Wetaskiwin teen receives award from Queen Elizabeth for saving his stepfather's life A teenager from Wetaskiwin received a medal from Queen Elizabeth in Buckingham Palace after his quick thinking helped save his stepfather's life. Huge honour for young man who instinctively put his CPR training to use
"25.11.2016 03:05:13" edmontonjournal.com Crown rejects woman's attempt to plead guilty to manslaughter in husband's death An Edmonton woman accused of beating her husband to death with a broken curtain rod told police she hit the victim “very bad,” a jury heard Thursday on the first day of her murder trial… Wife tries to enter plea to lesser charge as trial into death of husband begins
"25.11.2016 02:37:06" edmontonjournal.com Leap Manifesto co-author Avi Lewis to address economics conference “One thing we've never shied away from at our sessions is that it's covered by the media and there is going to be a question-and-answer period, so people can't just make statements and walk a… Controversial speaker scheduled for economics conference next month
"25.11.2016 02:07:52" edmontonjournal.com Edmonton police ask for public's help finding missing 73-year-old man John Neilsen, 73, was last seen leaving a residence on foot near 104 Avenue and 135 Street at 7 p.m. Wednesday, and hasn't been seen since. Police seek help in solving out-of-character disappearance of 73-year-old man from Glenora home
"25.11.2016 01:43:47" edmontonjournal.com David Staples: Interim federal Conservative leader Rona Ambrose finds her voice Interim Conservative leader Rona Ambrose doesn't much like Liberal cabinet minister Amarjeet Sohi's performance to date, nor did she appreciate my recent column on the warm reception th… Infrastructure Minister Amarjeet Sohi is on the receiving end of strong criticism over the Liberals lack of action to help in Alberta's job crisis
"25.11.2016 01:41:23" edmontonjournal.com Can Man Dan starts annual food drive campaign at Southgate Centre An Edmonton man is setting up camp outside Southgate Centre as part of his annual holiday food drive. Dan Johnstone, known as Can Man Dan, plans to spend four days and nights camping at Southg… Can Man Dan is set up at Southgate Centre to help the food bank feed the needy during the holidays
"25.11.2016 00:44:45" edmontonjournal.com Government considers all-party committee to investigate child welfare system failure The death of four-year-old foster child Serenity has the government considering an all-party committee to take an in-depth look at the systemic issues plaguing Alberta's child intervention system.&… MLA wants party differences set aside to fix child intervention system following revelations of four-year-old's death
"25.11.2016 00:30:01" edmontonjournal.com Former fighter pilot turned MP criticizes federal decision to buy Super Hornets A former fighter pilot turned politician is slamming the federal government's plan to buy 18 Super Hornet fighter jets. Laurie Hawn, who served as a Conservative member of Parliame… Laurie Hawn, who served as a Conservative member of Parliament for Edmonton Centre, said the move will risk Canada's air sovereignty and deliver a blow to the country's aviation industry.
"25.11.2016 00:25:08" edmontonjournal.com Coal mine reopening plan gives hope to Grande Cache economy The western-central Alberta mountain community of Grande Cache is looking for some light in a very dark economy. They may have found it … at the bottom of a coal mine. A regulatory update fro… Good news for Grande Cache could bring back jobs http://edmontonjournal.com/business/energy/coal-mine-reopening-plan-gives-hope-to-grande-cache-economy
"25.11.2016 00:00:01" edmontonjournal.com Matthew Benning the Edmonton Oilers' biggest surprise through first quarter of NHL season Matt Benning has been an eye-opening rookie defenceman on the Oilers back-end through 12 games. Benning sports a plus-7 plus/minus rating, best on the team, and has four points in his dozen games, averaging 16 minutes.
"24.11.2016 23:30:00" edmontonjournal.com NASA may go back to the moon with Republicans and space-colony-loving Newt Gingrich in power Gingrich has said that when at least 13,000 people live on the moon, they could petition to have statehood With Donald Trump as president-elect, moon-colony-loving Newt Gingrich hovering close at hand, and Republicans controlling both houses of Congress, NASA may soon be told to get ready to do what it already did back in the 1960s and '70s – put people on the
"24.11.2016 23:22:17" business.financialpost.com Here's what the market wants to hear from Poloz ahead of Bank of Canada... Bank of Canada Governor Stephen Poloz is set to give a speech next week which could give hints about whether an interest rate hike is coming on Dec. 7 Bank of Canada Governor Stephen Poloz is set to give a speech next week which could give hints about whether an interest rate hike is coming on Dec. 7. #business
"24.11.2016 23:19:03" edmontonjournal.com Telus offers low-cost Internet to low-income families in Alberta Telus says it is launching a pilot project to provide affordable Internet to low-income, single-parent families in Alberta because it has a moral responsibility to “bridge the digital divide.… Good news for low-income, single-parent Alberta families who can't afford an Internet connection. http://edmontonjournal.com/business/local-business/telus-offers-low-cost-internet-to-low-income-families-in-alberta
"24.11.2016 23:18:30" business.financialpost.com Alberta strikes $1.36 billion deal with coal companies as part of plan... The NDP government has mandated all coal-fired power plants either cease operations or eliminate all their emissions by 2030 as part of sweeping... The NDP government has mandated all coal-fired power plants either cease operations or eliminate all their emissions by 2030 as part of sweeping climate change legislation. #business
"24.11.2016 23:00:00" edmontonjournal.com Van Belle and Van Camp named writers-in-residence for Edmonton-area libraries | Edmonton Journal The writers-in-residence spend roughly half their time working on their own projects, half on community engagement including mentoring other writers who are invited to contact and visit them in workshops, and one-on-one. It's the fifth iteration of the dual position — held in 2016 by writers Wayne Arthurson, author of numerous books including two published this year, and playwright Marty Chan.
"24.11.2016 22:47:56" business.financialpost.com Oilsands on 'steroids' could help Alberta electricity market kick the... What if the oilsands could be part of the climate change solution instead of being part of the problem? Two UofC professors think the oilsands... What if the oilsands could be part of the climate change solution instead of being part of the problem? Two UofC professors think the oilsands could help slash Alberta's carbon emissions. #business
"24.11.2016 22:30:01" edmontonjournal.com Customers will pay more with Alberta power market changes, retailers say A company that sells power to Albertans warns that major changes coming to the electricity market will hike costs for consumers while squeezing retailers. The NDP government said Wednesday it will implement a widely anticipated overhaul of Alberta's power “This is the absolute worst government policy that we've seen in 40 years.”
"24.11.2016 22:23:32" business.financialpost.com 'I haven't even taken a salary': Small distillers say new Ontario liquor... Ontario regulations currently force distillers that sell through stores on their premises to hand over more than two thirds of their revenue in tax Ontario regulations currently force distillers that sell through stores on their premises to hand over more than two thirds of their revenue in tax. #business
"24.11.2016 22:00:00" edmontonjournal.com Chef Chef Lindsay Porter moves to Woodwork from El Cortez Award winning chef at El Cortez moves north of the river Porter recently competed in the steak category at the World Food Championships in Alabama after capturing first place at the Canadian Food Championships this past summer.
"24.11.2016 21:30:01" edmontonjournal.com No gift cards, bottled water for city employees as Edmonton reigns in costs While Edmonton's auditor commended city staff for tightening the rules around employee spending and ratcheting down overall amounts, there is still work to be done. An audit passed by the aud… Gift cards for employee recognition and bottled water for employees in city work spaces have been banned, while working lunches are to be minimized.
"24.11.2016 21:00:00" edmontonjournal.com Willie Nelson and Little Big Town will help Big Valley Jamboree celebrate its 25th anniversary Country icon and Volkswagen pitchman Willie Nelson will join Big Valley Jamboree's 25th anniversary festivities next summer. The 83-year-old musician and country group Little Big Town a… The 83-year-old musician and country group Little Big Town are the latest acts to be added to the four-day Camrose camp-out, which kicks off Aug. 3, 2017.
"24.11.2016 20:33:05" edmontonjournal.com This Japanese video about Edmonton beekeeping is … the most Edmonton thing you can … bee The Shaw Conference Centre's urban beehive has been featured on Japanese television. The show Bee World, produced by Yamada Bee Farm, included Edmonton's convention centre with five oth… The video was shot locally, but narrated entirely in Japanese.
"24.11.2016 19:50:48" edmontonjournal.com Jury in gangster murder trial told of witness protection program payments An Edmonton jury in a first-degree murder trial for an alleged high-ranking gangster has been told about payments made in the case by the RCMP's witness protection program. The jurors were gi… The jurors were given an agreed statement of facts detailing the amounts paid out for some of the witnesses who have testified against White Boy Posse member Josh Petrin, 33.
"24.11.2016 19:00:49" news.nationalpost.com The best, simplest biscuits ever Who's got the time? You do, with this ridiculously easy recipe. Once you've done it once, you won't even need a recipe the next time you want to... These two-ingredient drop biscuits are ready by the time you heat the soup. #life #food
"24.11.2016 18:56:19" edmontonjournal.com Here's what you need to know about Alberta's deregulated electricity market Alberta consumers have taken a wild ride since power prices were deregulated in 2001. How Alberta's electricity market currently works.
"24.11.2016 18:50:00" news.nationalpost.com Anatomy of a car crash: In the span of 11 minutes, the distracted young driver sent and received 12 texts WINNIPEG — Thirty-two years after Yohannes Mehari fled war and persecution in Eritrea, on a journey that would take him to the heartland of Canada, he and his wife, Tensae, stood on a Winnipeg street corner looking at the mayhem of smashed cars, flashing A split second can alter your life forever.
"24.11.2016 18:26:35" edmontonjournal.com Park shooting prompts search for suspects Police are investigating after a man shot in a west Edmonton park was taken to hospital with non-life threatening injuries Wednesday. Officers from west division were called to La Perle Park, near … Officers from west division were called to La Perle Park, near 188 Street and 96 Avenue, around 8:45 p.m.
"24.11.2016 18:00:45" news.nationalpost.com Make dinner in 40 minutes This Sicilian-inspired recipe for tomato and rice soup calls for inexpensive ingredients and whatever vegetables are on hand A little schmaltz slips into this soup, adding flavour to the vegetables and brown rice. #life #food
"24.11.2016 17:17:24" edmontonjournal.com Donors step up to save Bissell Centre's New Year's dinner A New Year's Day dinner hosted by the Bissell Centre for hundreds of Edmonton's poorest people has been saved. This winter's version of the 25-year annual event was in jeopardy… Donna's Eatery and Catering and Alberta Turkey Producers have now partnered with the Bissell Centre as caterers and turkey supplier.
"24.11.2016 17:00:48" news.nationalpost.com The waters off Belize are a marine playground The Great Blue Hole is a diver's paradise, a 300-metre wide sinkhole that drops 125 metres deep in the Lighthouse Reef off the Caribbean coast of... "All of Belize seems primed for amusement or escape. Ambergris Caye and Caye Caulker are still sun-drenched hot spots, and new properties promising exclusivity are also under development." #travel
"24.11.2016 16:45:10" driving.ca Top 20 best-selling midsize SUVs (so far) in 2016 With only one base price topping $50K, it's clear that Canadians prefer affordable SUVs driving.ca: Newsflash! We Canadians love our SUVs. #autos
"24.11.2016 16:34:10" business.financialpost.com Black Friday deals 2016: What retailers are offering in Canada The countdown to the Black Friday shopping madness has begun with many retailers offering teasers. Here is a roundup of the deals for Canadians... The countdown to the Black Friday shopping madness has begun with many retailers offering teasers. Here is a roundup of the deals for Canadians offered early and to come. #business
"24.11.2016 16:00:57" edmontonjournal.com Oilpatch sees crimes balloon as thieves target glass tubing for crack pipes, copper wire When it comes to protecting thousands of remote oil and gas well sites scattered across Alberta's prairies and foothills, RCMP Cpl. Curtis Peters is more concerned about crack addicts than vandals. The 854 crimes reported at those sites in the first 10 He said some of the most unusual reports concern stealing “sight glasses,” long thin glass tubes attached to chemical tanks to provide an external visual gauge of how full the tanks are.
“They make crack pipes and meth pipes out of these sight glasses,”
"24.11.2016 16:00:45" news.nationalpost.com Marine with arm transplant gives thanks for donor Retired Marine Corps Sgt. John Peck, who lost four limbs to an improvised explosive device in Afghanistan six years ago, said Wednesday he has much... “I want to take this time to tell you about him. His name is Chris . . . (and) the arms that are attached to me, those used to be his.” #health
"24.11.2016 15:49:24" edmontonjournal.com NASA may go back to the moon with Republicans and space-colony-loving Newt Gingrich in power Gingrich has said that when at least 13,000 people live on the moon, they could petition to have statehood With Donald Trump as president-elect, moon-colony-loving Newt Gingrich hovering close at hand, and Republicans controlling both houses of Congress, NASA may soon be told to get ready to do what it already did back in the 1960s and '70s – put people on the
"24.11.2016 13:39:04" edmontonjournal.com Gary Lamphier: Kinder Morgan pipeline risks exaggerated by critics The U.S. added 8,600 kilometres of new pipeline capacity between 2014 and 2015 alone, notes Jock Finlayson, executive vice-president and chief policy officer at the Business Council of British Colu… "If protesters are gearing up to block the flow of Bakken crude through Canada, I haven't heard about it. Instead, Canada's noisy eco lobby seems exclusively focused on one target: Alberta's oilsands."
"24.11.2016 06:05:02" edmontonjournal.com Oilers double up on Avalanche 6-3 Now that they're breathing the rarefied air of top spot in the Pacific Division, the Edmonton Oilers wanted to stay sky high in the Mile High city... “What we wanted to do for the dads was give thanks for all they've done … none of us would be here without them and it's fitting it's Thanksgiving here, also make them proud of us. And No. 3, win the game,” said Oilers' coach Todd McLellan.
"24.11.2016 06:00:01" edmontonjournal.com Edmonton has third highest homicide rate in Canada New numbers from Statistics Canada put Edmonton at the third-highest homicide rate among large cities in the country. Among Canada's large cities, Regina had the highest rate of homicide at 3.30 per 100,000 people, while Saskatoon had a homicide rate of 3.22. Edmonton came in third with a rate of 2.87, while Calgary had a homicide rate of 2.70.
"24.11.2016 05:58:33" edmontonjournal.com Oilers notes: Dads' trip is a chance to give back for players DENVER — The dads are getting to see their boys at work on the Edmonton Oilers' father-son trip here and to Arizona for Friday's game — the first... This time the 15 dads or family guests who gathered Monday in Edmonton to see the Oilers spank the Blackhawks, then get on a charter Monday here, are rooming together on the road.
"24.11.2016 05:55:22" edmontonjournal.com Terry Jones: Stampeders, RedBlacks coaches similar in style and substance Over the years, the annual Jim (Shaky) Hunt Memorial Grey Cup Sex Question To Conclude The Coaches Press Conference has had more sensational and... You'd expect both to be intense, dialed-up, wound-up guys. But they're not.
"24.11.2016 05:00:01" edmontonjournal.com The city's former highest ranking female police officer reflects on her career in Edmonton 'If any of my previous experiences in policing can inspire future people to law enforcement, I feel like I'm supporting law enforcement very well.' In her new office at MacEwan, where she teaches courses in leadership and criminal law, Campbell spoke with Postmedia's Paige Parsons about her policing career.
"24.11.2016 04:46:13" edmontonjournal.com City buying up land to build a 'highly attractive' downtown park Edmonton has decided to turn a second set of surface parking lots into a green, grassy park and is starting to expropriate the land from current landowners. Alex Decoteau Park is being built o… Edmonton has decided to turn a second set of surface parking lots into a green, grassy park and is starting to expropriate the land from current landowners.
"24.11.2016 04:30:00" edmontonjournal.com Indigenous artist Alex Janvier's work on display at the National Gallery Imagine you are an eagle, flying high over the land, what do you see? His work, more than 150 pieces, is on display in a major retrospective at the National Gallery of Canada.
"24.11.2016 04:00:01" edmontonjournal.com Tourism in Edmonton, Calgary to rebound in 2017: report New visitor attractions in Edmonton and Calgary will help the tourism sectors in Alberta's two biggest cities rebound in 2017 from a weak year. The tourists will return.
"24.11.2016 03:30:01" edmontonjournal.com Edmonton native Jarome Iginla is in search of some goals in Colorado Jarome Iginla is first ballot Hall of Famer but he's 39 years old and the goals are harder to come by He played his first NHL game in 1996, the year before Connor McDavid was born, but he can still find his way around the ice in today's warp-speed game.
"24.11.2016 03:00:01" edmontonjournal.com Agricultural disaster declared in Yellowhead County, Parkland County Two more counties have joined the growing list of Alberta regions to declare states of agriculture disaster because of excessive moisture. Yellowhead County and Parkland County both issued dec… Hay crops are cut and baled over most of the county, he said, however, much of it is sitting in the field as they cannot remove the bales due to saturated soils.
"24.11.2016 02:42:57" edmontonjournal.com Paula Simons: Office of the Chief Medical Examiner might be due for an autopsy of its own For the last two years — ever since Serenity's death, in fact — Alberta's chief medical examiner's office has had a revolving door. Simons: Alberta Justice says the medical examiner determined Serenity's cause of death “within a few days of the death.” So, what on earth explains the extraordinary two-year delay?
"24.11.2016 02:30:00" edmontonjournal.com Edmonton's Shannon Szabados returns to Canadian women's hockey team, but keeps a toe in men's game Shannon Szabados says she could write a book about her departure from the Peoria Rivermen, but the goaltender would rather discuss her return to the Canadian women's hockey team. The two-time Olympic gold medallist has spent the majority of her hockey career playing with and against men. Szabados knows the adjustments she must make upon her return to women's hockey.
"24.11.2016 02:20:01" edmontonjournal.com Graham Thomson: NDP trying to keep electricity-system overhaul from shocking Albertans No need to panic. Here are the only two things you really need to know about the Alberta government's plan to dramatically change our electricity system. The lights in your home will still go… Graham Thomson's take on the government's change to the electricity system
"24.11.2016 02:00:01" edmontonjournal.com Suspended driver in wrong lane survives head-on with with logging truck WHITECOURT — A suspended driver was hospitalized after a spectacular wrong-way crash north of Edmonton, say RCMP. A car driven by a 34-year-old man in the wrong lane — northbo… A car driven by a 34-year-old man in the wrong lane — northbound on Highway 32 south — slammed head-on into a southbound logging truck near Whitecourt around 6 a.m. Tuesday, said police.
"24.11.2016 01:49:01" edmontonjournal.com Edmonton city council reopens debate over neighbourhood speed limits Community advocates pushing for lower speed limits on residential roads scored a major win Wednesday, with Edmonton voting to formally reopen the debate. Several community groups have lobbied … Several community groups have lobbied for 30-km/h to 40-km/h limits on local residential roads. The city will undertake a formal public consultation to see if residents agree.
"24.11.2016 01:08:27" edmontonjournal.com Editorial: Numbers show need for action There are times when numbers seem cold and clinical; then there are moments a number knocks the wind right out of you. And if you're wondering why the story of one little girl matters, let's go back to the numbers. At the end of June, there were 10,375 children in this province receiving child intervention services. That is a massive responsibility and it is our
"24.11.2016 00:52:42" edmontonjournal.com Former drug dealer testifies in Edmonton gang murder trial A former drug dealer for the White Boy Posse told an Edmonton jury Wednesday that her boss — accused killer Josh Petrin — behaved erratically and threatened to dole out violence. Testifying at Petrin's first-degree murder trial, Jazmyne Night told jurors it was “stressful” to work for the alleged high-ranking White Boy Posse (WBP) member.
"24.11.2016 00:11:58" edmontonjournal.com NDP flip the switch on electricity market changes The Alberta government is flipping the province's electricity system on its head, readying the market for more renewables as it moves away from coal-fired power. A report by the Alberta Elect… Politics reporter Emma Graney explains why the NDP believes changing the energy system will attract more investment in renewable energy sources.
"23.11.2016 23:41:58" edmontonjournal.com Iveson ticked at provincial decision to OK Beaumont annexation Mayor Don Iveson says he's puzzled and frustrated by Alberta's decision to hand 580 hectares of contested Leduc County land to Beaumont. “We're talking about 100 y… Iveson: “We're talking about 100 years worth of land for Beaumont, which is unprecedented. I don't think any municipality has ever been given more than 30 or 50 years”
"23.11.2016 23:29:15" business.financialpost.com Coal is still king for Canadian railways despite Liberal government's... The demand is being driven by a rebound in the price of steel-making coal and U.S. president-elect Donald Trump's promise to revive the industry The demand is being driven by a rebound in the price of steel-making coal and U.S. president-elect Donald Trump's promise to revive the industry. #business
"23.11.2016 23:23:50" business.financialpost.com Why Canadian taxpayers have to pay Wall Street bankers $28 million for... Police talking to New York investment banker in the latest chapter of the tangled saga involving Canada's largest-ever NAFTA defeat, deleted emails... Police are talking to a New York investment banker in the latest chapter of the tangled saga involving Canada's largest-ever NAFTA defeat, deleted emails and a destruction of evidence probe. #business
"23.11.2016 22:57:34" business.financialpost.com 'Tough times': Gold prices sink below US$1,200 for first time in nearly... Gold prices have an inverse relationship to the U.S. dollar — A stronger greenback makes gold more expensive because the metal is priced in U.S.... Gold prices have an inverse relationship to the U.S. dollar — A stronger greenback makes gold more expensive because the metal is priced in U.S. dollars. #business
"23.11.2016 22:56:29" business.financialpost.com Inside the shopping extravaganza that Black Friday has become in Canada Canadians now spend 25% more on Black Friday than Boxing Day, but many of them never enter a store. Hollie Shaw looks at the biggest shopping... Canadians now spend 25% more on Black Friday than Boxing Day, but many of them never enter a store. Financial Post's Hollie Shaw looks at the biggest shopping blowout of the year — Canada-style. #business
"23.11.2016 22:23:25" edmontonjournal.com Oilers fan wants to change your life by selling you game tickets for 'cheaps' This Kijiji ad offering a pair of tickets to the Dec. 4 Edmonton Oilers-Minnesota Wild game promises that your life will be “forever changed” because “you spent $200 on two t… Life changing!
"23.11.2016 21:18:01" edmontonjournal.com Edmonton musicians perform to raise money for Standing Rock protest Edmonton musicians and activists are hoping to raise money for the protestors of the Dakota Access Pipeline. TeeTahs, Marlaena Moore and Beauty Rest are teaming up with Seattle's TEETH … There's lots going on in the local music scene this week, including a benefit concert to raise money for people protesting the Dakota Access Pipeline.
"23.11.2016 21:17:49" edmontonjournal.com Katz Group buys MacDonald Lofts, a low-rent apartment building with history of health violations The Katz Group has purchased the MacDonald Lofts, a low-rent apartment building just northeast of the downtown arena in Edmonton with a history of health violations, including pest infestation and … The Ice District release says residents may have to be vacated while the building undergoes repairs, but alternatives will be found for them.
"23.11.2016 20:20:21" edmontonjournal.com Here are the rules for commenting on Edmonton Journal forums One of the best things about the scores of stories we post on this site everyday is the comments you add to them. We provide tools to make it easy, and quick, to register and add your thoughts to t… We want your comments on our website and Facebook page, and we thought it would be helpful to share our rules for participating in our forums.
"23.11.2016 19:40:06" edmontonjournal.com Jansen to receive security protection because of death threats Calgary MLA Sandra Jansen is now being protected by security after receiving death threats after crossing the floor from the Tories to the NDP government last week. The government confirmed Wednesday that its Executive Protection Unit is providing In an interview, Jansen said there have been death threats and threats of violence made towards her on social media since she joined the NDP government last week.
"23.11.2016 19:25:27" edmontonjournal.com NDP want ruling on possible McIver conflict on interest on power companies The Alberta NDP caucus chair wants a ruling from the ethics commissioner on whether Progressive Conservative leader Ric McIver should recuse himself from debate on power companies. In a letter sent… In a letter sent to the ethics commissioner Wednesday, NDP caucus chair Heather Sweet writes that McIver's wife operates Brighter Futures Energy Inc., which creates a conflict of interest when debating electricity in the province.
"23.11.2016 19:13:02" edmontonjournal.com 10 things to do in Edmonton this week: Amy Schumer and A Christmas Carol Festival of Trees You might expect the Festival of Trees to be entirely focused on Christmas trees, but that's not so. Sure, you'll get to see innumerable pines decked out in holiday fa… Doesn't it feel like the holiday season is here? Entertainment options this week include the Festival of Trees and the start of A Christmas Carol at the Citadel. Oh, and the decidely unholiday-like Amy Schumer.
"23.11.2016 19:00:45" news.nationalpost.com Christmas cookies from mom's kitchen Karen Barnaby: My mother loved to bake and Christmas was when she could relish in this love unimpeded A handful of Christmas cookie recipes, from traditional Greek kourabiedes to marzipan jam bars. #life #food
"23.11.2016 18:00:47" news.nationalpost.com With this holiday-friendly cauliflower puree, you won't miss mashed... Cauliflower entered the healthy food scene with a bang a few years ago as clever solution to our low-carb-seeking starch-loving woes. And with good... "Mashed or pureed cauliflower may be the most celebrated swap of all, giving low-carb eaters an alternative to mashed potatoes." #life #food
"23.11.2016 17:57:12" edmontonjournal.com Witch Hunt at the Strand: a shameful chapter in Edmonton history In one of the darkest years of a dark century of mass persecutions and galloping devastation, when the fate of Europe and myriad lives around the world were at stake, what was happening in a mid-si… In 1942, 10 men were arrested in Edmonton for consensual sexual activity, and charged with gross indecency. Workshop West Theatre explores this shameful story in Witch Hunt at the Strand.
"23.11.2016 17:30:21" driving.ca Survey shows work to be done on perception of winter tires The safety and economic benefits of these specialized tires far outweighs the initial cost .driving.ca: Apparently, some Canadians still need to be convinced they need winter tires. What gives? #autos
"23.11.2016 17:09:38" edmontonjournal.com Men in the Canadian army are at a greater risk of suicide after deployment, study finds The study found that members of the Canadian Armed Forces who had seen actual combat 'had statistically significantly higher suicide rates than non-combat arms Regular Force males' “Regular Force males under Army command in the combat arms trades had statistically significantly higher suicide rates than non-combat arms Regular Force males.”
"23.11.2016 17:00:43" news.nationalpost.com Five musts off the Las Vegas Strip The Strip brings the glitz, but there is a lot more to Las Vegas than casinos, celebrity residencies and nightlife. Here are a few great things to... From a hike in Red Rock Canyon to the 'Neon Boneyard', Las Vegas gets more interesting the more you get away from "The Strip". #travel
"23.11.2016 17:00:00" news.nationalpost.com The last text: The emotional toll of distracted driving What if your last words were just a meaningless text?
"23.11.2016 16:08:41" edmontonjournal.com The NHL's newest franchise gets a name: Vegas Golden Knights The logo is a simple front view of a fighting helmet with a conspicuous 'V' in the middle. Their colours are steel grey, gold, red and black This name, Golden Knights, seems ready for some joking.
"23.11.2016 16:00:41" news.nationalpost.com Italian surgeon preparing patient for human head transplant by showing... Sergio Canavero, a flamboyant neuroscientist ethicists have decried as 'nuts,' swears he's ready to perform the world's first head transplant... "An Italian surgeon really, seriously plans to transplant a human head within the next year in a creepy experiment that has skeptics wondering if he's lost his own head." #health
"23.11.2016 15:09:45" The freezeway opens in Victoria Park in December 2015 Hundreds of Edmontonians skate on the freezeway, a new ice skating loop in Victoria Park on Dec. 23, 2015. Video by Ryan Jackson
"23.11.2016 15:03:52" edmontonjournal.com Carbon price won't be deciding factor for oilsands development: report Alberta's incoming carbon taxes will have a minimal effect on new oilsands development compared with oil prices and market access, says a new report. TD Bank economist Dina Ignjatovic said in the paper released Tuesday that if oil prices rise above US$60 a barrel then a carbon tax likely won't make or break investment decisions at all, while below that price few projects will get approved either way.
"23.11.2016 13:43:46" Connor McDavid strong even in dry spell Edmonton Oilers coach Todd McLellan very happy with Connor McDavid so far this season. Video by Ed Kaiser
"23.11.2016 13:27:43" edmontonjournal.com David Staples: Councillors consider steps to avoid future screw-ups on big infrastructure projects When Coun. Michael Walters meets with people in his south central corner of the city, he hears two things repeatedly — one that should encourage Edmonton city council, another that should worr… "Folks are already plenty restless with the screw-ups on the bridges, the LRT and our initial bike lanes fiasco. More of the same and it's not just city managers who will be fired; it will be voters electing new faces on council."
"23.11.2016 05:16:13" edmontonjournal.com Jason Gregor: Oilers turning the corner to becoming legit playoff contender The Edmonton Oilers reached the quarter mark of the NHL season atop the Pacific Division. They skated to an 11-8-1 record after a dominating 5-0... It might be strange to read, and possibly even more odd to say out loud, but the Edmonton Oilers are a legitimate playoff contender.
"23.11.2016 04:30:01" edmontonjournal.com Terry Jones: Toronto mayor ushered CFL through troubled 1990s TORONTO — Welcome to the distant replay of the 1996 Hamilton Grey Cup. Remember that one? John Tory does. Tory is the Mayor of Toronto. At the time, he was the ninth commissioner of the CFL. “I rem… Ticket sales were in the toilet at Hamilton 1996, much like they have been at Toronto 2016. The Tim Hortons bailout explains reports that tickets became available on game day at Tim Hortons in Hamilton with a cup of coffee.
"23.11.2016 04:10:00" edmontonjournal.com 'Unsung hero of Edmonton music scene' fell victim to carbon monoxide poisoning: friends Edmonton musician and record label owner Steve Steffler died Sunday after exposure to carbon monoxide. Steve Steffler's devastated friends and collaborators say the 36-year-old tech-savvy musicophile and founder of the Sometimes Music independent label was the victim of carbon monoxide poisoning at a north Edmonton house on Sunday.
"23.11.2016 03:30:00" edmontonjournal.com Midsummer madness in November: Twelfth Night at Studio Theatre Romantic comedies are built on friction, obstacles overcome en route to bliss. Even by modern standards, Shakespeare's Twelfth Night is odd, resolution-resistant, an awkwardly open-ended, gender-bent comedy of disguise and misrule.
"23.11.2016 03:24:11" edmontonjournal.com Health minister still mum on future improvements to Edmonton's Misericordia hospital Improvements are coming to the aging Misericordia Community Hospital, but exactly what those upgrades will look like and when they might begin are questions the province is still contemplating… Improvements are coming to the aging Misericordia Community Hospital, but exactly what those upgrades will look like and when they might begin are questions the province is still contemplating.
"23.11.2016 03:22:30" edmontonjournal.com Designer bitter about city's handling of Edmonton Freezeway The designer behind Edmonton's internationally heralded Freezeway concept is so fed up with how the city handled the project, he's not even allowing them to keep using the name. From no… The designer behind Edmonton's internationally heralded Freezeway concept is so fed up with how the city handled the project, he's not even allowing them to keep using the name.
"23.11.2016 02:30:00" edmontonjournal.com Cities pitched environmental role in proposed changes to Alberta legislation The overhaul of Alberta's massive municipal government legislation continued Tuesday with a few tweaks to the current bill and a new set of questions on the table. New Democrats are now… New Democrats are now promising a third set of amendments to the Municipal Government Act next spring, which could push cities to form agreements with First Nations on their borders, allow them to pass bylaws focused on environmental protection and allow
"23.11.2016 02:00:00" edmontonjournal.com Calgary police shut down fentanyl lab, seize $88,000 in drugs Two men have been charged following a police investigation that uncovered a fentanyl powder re-processing lab. Calgary police evacuated an apartment building in the 0-100 block of Westpark Link S.W. last week after officers found signs of the lab. Police The RCMP Clandestine Laboratory Enforcement and Response Team was brought in to identify and remove the substances found in the residence. No one was injured as a result of the investigation.
"23.11.2016 01:30:00" edmontonjournal.com Man arrested in connection to five fires in same Edmonton alley Police have arrested a 23-year-old man in connection to a series of arsons in a southwest Edmonton alley. Southwest division police were first dispatched to a fire call in an alley near 109 Street and 51 Avenue at around 7:45 a.m. Sunday. When officers arrived, they found the charred remnants of a small structure fire.
"23.11.2016 01:00:00" edmontonjournal.com Shoulder injury kept Mike Reilly from carrying Eskimos on his legs If Mike Reilly didn't look like his same old self in the East Division final, it's because he wasn't. Sure, he talked a good game, assuring everyone he was physically fit to play … He didn't rush for a single yard.
"23.11.2016 00:09:03" edmontonjournal.com Defence lawyers slam proposed changes to Alberta sex offender treatment regimen An Edmonton-based program heralded as the gold standard for treating sex offenders faces changes that could increase the risk to public safety, according to two criminal lawyer assoc… “My major concern is that they will be releasing more insufficiently treated sex offenders into the community”
"23.11.2016 00:08:10" edmontonjournal.com Defence lawyers slam proposed changes to Alberta sex offender treatment regimen An Edmonton-based program heralded as the gold standard for treating sex offenders faces changes that could increase the risk to public safety, according to two criminal lawyer assoc… “My major concern is that they will be releasing more insufficiently treated sex offenders into the community”
"22.11.2016 23:37:14" business.financialpost.com Nova Scotia just fulfilled its longstanding dream to harness the tides... In 2009, a prior attempt at an in-stream turbine in the Bay of Fundy ended in utter failure — engineers dramatically underestimated the bay's tidal... In 2009, a prior attempt at an in-stream turbine in the Bay of Fundy ended in utter failure — engineers dramatically underestimated the bay's tidal power. #business
"22.11.2016 23:36:33" business.financialpost.com VMedia loses legal battle with Bell over new TV streaming service,... VMedia argued the channels were fair game because they were available for free over-the-air and VMedia was a licensed broadcaster VMedia argued the channels were fair game because they were available for free over-the-air and VMedia was a licensed broadcaster. #business
"22.11.2016 23:34:37" business.financialpost.com Marijuana stock sell off as Veterans' Affairs enacts new restrictions Veterans are the only group of medical marijuana patients whose prescription costs are covered by the government Veterans are the only group of medical marijuana patients whose prescription costs are covered by the government. #business
"22.11.2016 23:16:55" edmontonjournal.com Watch: Ex-Tory MLA Sandra Jansen slams sexism, harassment, abuse in first statement since crossing floor “What a traitorous bitch.” “You are both a disgrace to Alberta, lying bitches.” “Sandra should stay in the kitchen where she belongs.” “Fly with the crows and get shot.” Drawing from the abus… “Let us be strong and clear in our resolve that no matter where we sit along political lines, we stand together against this”
"22.11.2016 23:06:58" edmontonjournal.com Alberta government hopes to prevent delays in school building plans After a stern lecture from Alberta's auditor general, the provincial government is trying to get ahead of problems that cause delays in school building projects. More frequent updates from co… Much of the problem comes from the sheer number of projects currently underway in the province, which is unprecedented.
"22.11.2016 22:08:05" edmontonjournal.com Alberta schools won't be hurt financially by carbon levy, says education minister For a few gruelling minutes on Tuesday, Alberta Education Minister David Eggen was peppered with questions perhaps better put to the minster of energy. Eggen was at the Alberta School Board fall ge… During the 30-minute question and answer segment at the Westin in downtown Edmonton, Eggen repeatedly told the crowd that schools would not suffer at the hands of the NDP's climate leadership plan.
"22.11.2016 21:46:11" business.financialpost.com Infrastructure spending: Economic panacea or debt enslavement for future... Infrastructure spending has become the new mantra of governments, seen as a panacea to all the world's economic woes. Is it really a solution, or... 'Artificially induced infrastructure expansion creates a dependency by the businesses supplying the products and services to accommodate the expansion for continuous infrastructure spending'
"22.11.2016 21:33:43" edmontonjournal.com RCMP investigation into death of four-year-old girl Serenity waiting on paperwork A police investigation into the death of a four-year-old girl who died in care is waiting on paperwork, said an RCMP spokesman Tuesday. “There are different agencies involved … Police say that due to the different agencies involved with children in care, it isn't uncommon for investigations to be delayed.
"22.11.2016 20:45:17" edmontonjournal.com Updated: Canada to negotiate for purchase of 18 Super Hornets, full fighter jet competition comes later The Canadian government intends to purchase 18 Boeing Super Hornet fighter jets to deal with what it says is a gap in the country's defence capabilities. Liberal Defence Minister Harjit Sajjan made the announcement Tuesday in Ottawa, calling the purchase Liberal Defence Minister Harjit Sajjan made the announcement Tuesday in Ottawa, calling the purchase an “interim “measure. He noted that a competition for a new fighter jet would be held later in the government's mandate.
"22.11.2016 19:00:43" news.nationalpost.com Visiting Hamburg: Chocolate, coffee and trade, then and now These days, Germany's second-largest city is a magnet for foodies, fans of the arts and folks who prefer to wander rather than powerwalk their way... "Attractions include a chocolate museum, a historic warehouse district and river boat rides. Just remember in Hamburg you're never far from the water — including the kind that falls from the sky, so go with the flow and bring an umbrella." #travel
"22.11.2016 18:49:27" edmontonjournal.com Memorial service for chef Gail Hall on Sunday Nov. 27 Friends and family gather to celebrate the life of popular chef, culinary tour leader and food activist Here are the details of Gail Hall's funeral service on Sunday, Nov. 27.
"22.11.2016 18:32:16" edmontonjournal.com Notley promises to protect consumers from volatile energy prices The provincial government will cap electricity prices by June 2017 to protect consumers from volatility in the power market. It's part of a sweeping set of changes to Alberta’… To develop a concrete electricity cap plan, the government is going to reach out to industry, retailers and consumers, with consultation starting in December.
"22.11.2016 18:30:22" driving.ca Running the Baja 1000, a dusty slice of off-road paradise In Mexico, you can drive on a sandy beach or 4x4 up a craggy mountain, all in the name of Baja – the world's longest nonstop point-to-point race driving.ca: Beating the Baja 1000 is proof you can do pretty much anything. #autos
"22.11.2016 18:00:57" news.nationalpost.com Take your holiday baking to the next level with tips from Anna Olson Anna Olson's white chocolate cranberry mousse tart is a festive favourite. The mousse is set in a chocolate crumb crust, and cranberry compote... According to Olson, baking is about the process rather than the finished result. It's about learning and sharing, which is often the chief reason we bake. #life #fashion
"22.11.2016 17:00:42" news.nationalpost.com Fab Five: Cosy accents for the coming winter If you haven't already, it's definitely time to face the fact that winter – she's a-comin'. Here are our top five picks for wrapping up warm Wrapping up warm this winter can still be fashionable. #life #fashion
"22.11.2016 16:54:30" edmontonjournal.com Bruno Mars adds second Edmonton show The soul-funk-pop artist will perform July 31 at Rogers Place. Tickets will go on sale Nov. 25 at Ticketmaster.ca. His July 30 show at the arena is almost sold out. ssperounes@postmedia… If you couldn't get tickets to the Bruno Mars show at Rogers Place on July 30, here's some good news.
"22.11.2016 16:30:18" driving.ca Your Corner Wrench: How to save your car from winter Here are a few essential tips to keep things running smoothly when the Mercury dips past freezing driving.ca: Something to keep in mind for the long winter months ahead. #autos
"22.11.2016 16:00:45" news.nationalpost.com 'In Between Days': Diagnosed with metastatic breast cancer, an artist... For Teva Harrison, everything changed when she developed pain in her back. It started out as an annoyance, but quickly progressed until it became... Teva Harrison could live into old age or she could not. She may have lots of time, or she may soon be out of time. Still, even if the latter turns out to be true, there's plenty of living yet to be done. #health
"22.11.2016 15:47:10" edmontonjournal.com NDP closing in on PPA settlements with some utilities: government source The Notley government says it's close to settling with some of the province's largest utilities to end months of conflict — and litigation — over the ongoing power purchase arrangements controversy, but Calgary utility Enmax flatly denies any deal ha A government source said Monday the province has reached a proposed settlement with Edmonton-based Capital Power and TransCanada Corp. of Calgary, “and has agreed to the latest written offer from Enmax.”
"22.11.2016 15:27:25" edmontonjournal.com Man in witness protection program tells jury in Edmonton murder trial he lived in fear A drug dealer in the witness protection program told an Edmonton jury Monday an accused killer sent violent messages after $160,000 worth of crack cocaine went missing. Testifying at the first-degr… Amant told jurors he had been sent from Lloydminster to Inuvik with the drugs, but lost them after hiding them in a forest just outside the northern town.
"22.11.2016 15:24:31" Stroke ambulance unveiled in Edmonton A stroke ambulance, a vehicle designed to function as a mobile emergency room, has been unveiled in Edmonton. The ambulance has a built-in CT scanner, lab equipment, video and audio communication technology to connect patients across Northern Alberta with
"22.11.2016 15:17:08" edmontonjournal.com Here's what is changing in the Edmonton Journal print edition On Monday, we launched a refocused print edition of the Edmonton Journal that will move the majority of our local reporting to the A section between Monday and Friday. We'll be sharing the best of … We are making changes to the Edmonton journal print edition. At noon on Tuesday editor-in-chief Mark Iype will be hanging around our comment sections to answer your questions. He will be checking in throughout the week.
"22.11.2016 13:57:39" Oilers blank Blackhawks Edmonton Oilers head coach Todd McLellan talks about his team's 5-0 win over the Chicago Blackhawks on Nov. 21, 2016 at Rogers Place.
"22.11.2016 13:45:33" edmontonjournal.com Alberta school trustees want curriculum to include the dangers of pornography Teachers should talk to kids about the dangers of watching pornography, say Alberta school trustees. “We should be looking at the harm and the damages that pornography does to our young children — and we have to manage those effects with some of the students in our upper grade levels as well,” said John Tomkinson, vice-chairman of the Leduc-based St.
"22.11.2016 04:47:46" edmontonjournal.com Edmonton Oilers blank Chicago Blackhawks 5-0 With the Edmonton Oilers struggling to regain their form after a five-game losing streak and the Chicago Blackhawks mowing down everything in their path, a lot of fans were expecting a rout on Mond… While the Oilers were in a rather fragile state, limping into the game at 3-7-1 in their previous 11, the Hawks had just one regulation loss in their previous 14 (11-1-2) … but it didn't seem to matter much when the puck dropped.
"22.11.2016 04:02:04" edmontonjournal.com Gary Lamphier: All Weather Windows a homegrown success story “I don't want to be the biggest, I want to be the most relevant. The dinosaurs died, and they were the biggest. So we don't want to be dinosaurs, we want to be relevant, and that will determi… Due partly to its relative remoteness, Alberta's capital has largely evolved as a city of small and mid-sized enterprises, founded by local entrepreneurs and their families.
"22.11.2016 03:39:10" edmontonjournal.com Graham Thomson: Former Tory Sandra Jansen adds depth to shallow end of NDP caucus Just days after deserting the Progressive Conservatives, Alberta's newest NDP MLA is tucked away safely in a backbench seat on the government side of the legislative assembly. Sandra Jansen's… Just days after deserting the Progressive Conservatives, Alberta's newest NDP MLA is tucked away safely in a backbench seat on the government side of the legislative assembly.
"22.11.2016 03:38:18" edmontonjournal.com City to follow new path to fix crumbling river valley trails Edmonton's river valley trails have been forgotten as the little sister of infrastructure projects, but people can expect that to change, staff promised Monday. In a report that val… Edmonton's river valley trails have been forgotten as the little sister of infrastructure projects, but people can expect that to change, staff promised Monday.
"22.11.2016 03:21:59" edmontonjournal.com Emergency debate held at legislature to discuss four-year-old Serenity's in-care death The Wildrose Opposition called for an emergency debate Monday after the Journal obtained medical records of a four-year-old girl who died in care. In a report released earlier this month, Chil… "She was a victim of a broken system," said Wildrose Leader Brian Jean, who at one point paused mid-sentence to gather himself.
"22.11.2016 01:20:03" edmontonjournal.com Edmonton festivals consider using citizen traffic marshals to cut policing costs City officials are pitching a new citizen traffic marshal course to help festivals reduce skyrocketing civic costs. While a police badge and gun would still be needed for high-traffic, higher-… City officials are pitching a new citizen traffic marshal course to help festivals reduce skyrocketing civic costs.
"22.11.2016 00:28:35" edmontonjournal.com Edmonton welcomes first ambulance dedicated to stroke patients An ambulance custom-built to diagnose and treat stroke patients across central and northern Alberta is preparing to open its doors. Dr. Ashfaq Shuaib, director of the University of Alberta Hos… An ambulance custom-built to diagnose and treat stroke patients across central and northern Alberta is preparing to open its doors.
"22.11.2016 00:00:17" edmontonjournal.com Posters calling out 'anti-white propaganda' put up in downtown Edmonton The founder of the #MakeItAwkward campaign says racist posters put up in downtown Edmonton show the need to engage everyone in conversations about intolerance. The posters, which are splashed with … The posters, which are splashed with the headlines “Tired of anti-white propaganda, you are not alone” and “It's only racist when white people do it,” appeared in photos Monday on Twitter.
"21.11.2016 23:52:47" edmontonjournal.com Derel Walker bidding farewell to Edmonton Eskimos OTTAWA – Derel Walker has played his last game in green and gold. And it didn't take long to sink in for the Edmonton Eskimos wide receiver following Sunday's 35-23 loss to the Ottawa R… Derel Walker has played his last game in green and gold.
"21.11.2016 22:29:29" edmontonjournal.com Japan earthquake: Tsunami warning issued after 7.3-magnitude quake strikes off Fukushima Fukushima prefecture is north of Tokyo and home to the nuclear power plant that was destroyed by a huge tsunami following an offshore earthquake in 2011 The Japan Meteorological Agency says the quake struck around 6 a.m at a depth of 10 kilometres. It warned people along the coast to move to higher ground.
"21.11.2016 21:25:08" business.financialpost.com Profit taking brings high-flying Canadian marijuana stocks back to earth After soaring so high market 'circuit breakers' had to halt trade five times last week, Canadian pot growers are selling off today. Is the rally over? After soaring so high market 'circuit breakers' had to halt trade five times last week, Canadian pot growers are selling off today. Is the rally over?
"21.11.2016 21:01:50" business.financialpost.com Shaw rebrands Wind Mobile as 'Freedom Mobile' as wireless provider... Company is launching LTE networks next week in its two biggest markets — Toronto and Vancouver — ahead of schedule from planned 2017 introduction The company is launching LTE networks next week in its two biggest markets — Toronto and Vancouver — ahead of schedule from planned 2017 introduction. #business
"21.11.2016 21:00:33" news.nationalpost.com Calgary team floats 'out-there' theory of light communication in the brain If true, the existence of optical communication channels could help unravel some of the vast unknowns about the brain and help explain consciousness Does the mind use fibre optics? #health
"21.11.2016 20:57:22" business.financialpost.com McDonald's to start offering McCafe on WestJet flights as coffee wars... McDonald's Canada will become the exclusive provider of brewed coffee on all WestJet flights beginning on Nov. 21, an international first for its... McDonald's Canada will become the exclusive provider of brewed coffee on all WestJet flights beginning on Nov. 21, an international first for its McCafé brand. #business
"21.11.2016 20:33:24" edmontonjournal.com Case of four-year-old Serenity — who died in provincial care — triggers call for emergency debate The Wildrose Opposition called for an emergency debate Monday after the Journal obtained medical records of a four-year-old girl who died in care. In a report released earlier this month, Chil… "A report from Edmonton Journal columnist Paula Simons shows incredibly cruel abuse of a 4-year old girl who weighed 18 pounds when she arrived at a hospital in central Alberta on Sept. 18, 2014." – Wildrose news release
"21.11.2016 20:15:15" news.nationalpost.com Make these chocolate rosemary biscotti for a snack or a gift Biscotti are firm, dry Italian cookies that are typically served alongside an espresso or coffee for dunking A perfect example of smart cookie indulgence. #life #food
"21.11.2016 20:09:58" Timeline Photos Live at the #ABLeg: Wildrose to quiz government during question period about child deaths in care. Follow our political reporters starting at 1:30 p.m. ow.ly/pZS8306omwM
"21.11.2016 20:01:49" edmontonjournal.com Parking dominates debate over new University of Alberta hockey arenas Edmonton would contribute $20 million toward the new $65-million twin arena and high-performance sports centre on the south campus. Edmonton would contribute $20 million toward the new $65-million twin arena and high-performance sports centre on the south campus. In exchange, it would get more than half of all prime time or evening and weekend hours.
"21.11.2016 19:46:55" edmontonjournal.com Trunk Theatre has its feet in the earth with season-opening Fen The mysterious play that comes to Varscona Theatre stage Thursday, in a Trunk Theatre production, has its feet, not to mention its heart and soul, in the earth. And in Fen, a 1983 play by the flint… English playwright Caryl Churchill is a prolific feminist writer. See her play Fen at Trunk Theatre in Edmonton.
"21.11.2016 19:40:11" news.nationalpost.com Travel gift guide: Three travellers offer ideas and inspiration We asked three people who make their living in the travel industry to tell us what they always bring with them on trips Backpacks, jackets, cameras, and more. Help someone gear up for their next big trip. #travel
"21.11.2016 19:17:22" news.nationalpost.com Chickpeas are pureed into this Italian-inspired dish Besides the ancient grain, another unique element here is the luxurious texture of the broth, owed to the creamy puree of chickpeas that is stirred... A one-pot take that does 'pasta e fagioli' one better. #life #food
"21.11.2016 18:06:25" news.nationalpost.com Help Jason Kenney unite Alberta in the action-adventure game, Kenney's Quest: Episode 1 In Kenney's Quest: Episode 1, you'll help Kenney win the leadership of the decimated Alberta PC party. Complete quests to win support from potential PC Alberta and Wildrose voters as you defeat... In Kenney's Quest: Episode 1, you'll help Kenney win the leadership of the decimated Alberta PC party. Complete quests to win support from potential PC Alberta and Wildrose voters as you vanquish enemies and prove your worthiness as Alberta's
"21.11.2016 17:53:04" Edmonton Journal's cover photo
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"21.11.2016 17:29:45" edmontonjournal.com High Valley injects prairie sounds into slick Nashville album debut There may come a time when Nashville successfully integrates High Valley into their assembly line, but not for now. The Northern Alberta-bred duo of Brad and Curtis Rempel have managed to inject so… The pride of La Crete Alberta has a new album out, Dear Life, their first on a major album.
"21.11.2016 16:39:25" edmontonjournal.com One dead, four hospitalized after suspected carbon monoxide poisoning One person is dead and four people were hospitalized after a suspected carbon monoxide poisoning in north Edmonton on Sunday night. Edmonton Fire Rescue Services was called to a home near… Edmonton Fire Rescue Services was called to a home near 94 Street and 120 Avenue in the Eastwood neighbourhood at 6:35 p.m. after a medical aid call by Emergency Medical Services.
"21.11.2016 15:46:55" edmontonjournal.com Oilers notes: Benoit Pouliot might return to lineup for Zack Kassian Benoit Pouliot was healthy scratch in Dallas but with Zack Kassian getting benched in third period, will Pouliot take his spot in lineup against Chicago Blackhawks Do the Oilers change a winning lineup?
"21.11.2016 15:30:20" driving.ca Frosty windshield? Fight the freeze with these tips That pesky frost doesn't have to slow you down in the morning driving.ca: Frosty windshield? Running your car's fan at full blast is less helpful than you'd think. #autos
"21.11.2016 13:51:23" edmontonjournal.com Jason Kenney slapped with $5,000 fine over hospitality suite at delegate vote Jason Kenney's leadership campaign has been hit with a $5,000 fine for flouting the rules at last week's Progressive Conservative delegate selection meeting in Edmonton-Ellerslie. In a … In a 10-page ruling, the party's chief returning officer, Rob Dunseith, found the Kenney campaign's hospitality suite with free food and booze, just 15 paces from where delegates for the March leadership convention were being selected, was “precisely the
"21.11.2016 04:37:33" edmontonjournal.com Terry Jones: Eskimos' denial sent championship hopes down the river So much was right. So much was wrong. It was the story of the game. And it was the story of their season. The defending Grey Cup champion Edmonton... The No. 1 thing that was wrong with this team all year was Benevides' 'Bend & Break' defence. It's supposed to be 'Bend But Don't Break.' But it seldom worked that way.
"21.11.2016 03:53:43" edmontonjournal.com Banff National Park plans for influx of visitors when entry is free in 2017 As concerns about congestion in Banff National Park grow, officials are exploring ways to deal with an expected influx of tourists when entry is... “This isn't about visitors; it's about vehicles,” she said. “The townsite is not full with people, but on peak days the townsite's main vehicle corridors are overcapacity. That's our biggest concern."
"21.11.2016 03:04:57" edmontonjournal.com MADD Edmonton vows to keep fighting impaired driving despite... The statistics are in and Edmontonians aren't taking impaired driving as seriously as they should. Just ask Jason Hills. “You would hope that... "They can happen any time, they can happen at seven o'clock in the morning, they can happen on a Monday afternoon. It's 100-per-cent preventable.”
"21.11.2016 02:36:19" edmontonjournal.com Nick Lees: Haida artist makes special donation to Edmonton's new Casa... A raven was the focus last week when cyclists gathered to discuss helping raise the last $1 million needed to pay for the new CASA Centre. It was... In Haida culture, raven is the most powerful of mythical creatures and is believed to be a complex reflection of one's own self.
"21.11.2016 01:50:59" edmontonjournal.com Oilers rookie is work in progress on Connor McDavid's right side Jesse Puljujarvi is getting his NHL education alongside Edmonton Oiler captain Connor McDavid for right now For now, Puljujarvi is just enjoying playing right wing with Connor McDavid.
"21.11.2016 01:29:19" Transgender Pride flag raised at the Alberta Legislature WATCH: A small crowd braved icy winds Sunday at the Alberta legislature grounds to watch the raising of the Transgender Pride flag in a bittersweet ceremony Sunday.
"21.11.2016 01:02:03" edmontonjournal.com Transgender Pride flag raised at Alberta legislature in bittersweet... A small crowd stood in icy winds Sunday at the Alberta legislature grounds to watch the raising of the Transgender Pride flag in a bittersweet... “Raising this flag today is a symbol of equality, not actual equality.”
"21.11.2016 00:27:10" edmontonjournal.com Dan Barnes: Ottawa runs over Edmonton's defence on way to Grey Cup OTTAWA — That so many Eskimos were culpable in the wind and the snow must only serve as more cold discomfort. To a man, they just didn't do enough... Chasing games is a frustrating enterprise. Trying it in a full-on blizzard, with a trip to the Grey Cup twisting in the wind, that just isn't going to end well.
"20.11.2016 23:42:42" edmontonjournal.com Mark Zuckerberg outlines how Facebook can fight fake news: Warning... Zuckerberg said last week that the idea that Facebook influenced the elections in this way is 'pretty crazy,' and that fake news 'surely had no... “We need to be careful not to discourage sharing of opinions or mistakenly restricting accurate content."
"20.11.2016 22:46:23" edmontonjournal.com Eskimos can't gain traction in snow, eliminated by RedBlacks OTTAWA — In the end, the Edmonton Eskimos were built for November, alright. Just not Nov. 27. The defending champions' repeat run ended in an East... The defending champions' repeat run ended in an East Division final loss, 35-23, on Sunday to the same Ottawa Redblacks club they beat in the Grey Cup final 51 weeks ago.
"20.11.2016 21:50:57" edmontonjournal.com Expect election financing reform from the Alberta government in the... If the first two weeks of the fall session are anything to go by, the final three will be jam-packed with bills and announcements. Here's what... Seven bills hit the table over the eight days of sitting and, with the NDP focused on its climate leadership plan
"20.11.2016 20:54:31" edmontonjournal.com Dan Barnes: Back-to-back Grey Cup appearances all too rare OTTAWA – The Ottawa Redblacks and Edmonton Eskimos are getting their Grey Cup rematch out of the way one week early. And by the end of Sunday's... It's a tiny, little nine-team league. On occasion it has been an eight-team loop. How tough can it be to get to the big game, especially with a team that did the deed just the previous year? Right?
"20.11.2016 19:44:31" edmontonjournal.com Trump again slams 'Hamilton'; Pence says he wasn't offended NEW YORK, N.Y. - President-elect Donald Trump, in the midst of choosing his Cabinet, took time out Sunday for a second day to criticize the cast of... Pence told Fox News that "Hamilton" was an "incredible production" involving a very talented cast.
"20.11.2016 18:40:46" edmontonjournal.com Former homeless Alberta youth competing to be Canada's Smartest Person It's not as if Joshua Williams hasn't led an interesting enough life already in his 25 years – going from scholarship-winning athlete and... “It's such a wide range of talents that it takes to compete and I felt like I was someone who could do a wide range of things.”
"20.11.2016 17:56:00" edmontonjournal.com Cult of Hockey Game Grades: Connor McDavid hat trick paces 5-2 Oilers... The Edmonton Oilers snapped a five-game losing skid on Saturday night, with an 5-2 explosion against the Dallas Stars. It was led by Connor McDavid... The club was much more composed on this night, only making five give-away's all game long.
"20.11.2016 16:55:21" edmontonjournal.com Terry Jones: CFL needs to look at one division format Would an Edmonton-Calgary Grey Cup game inspire the end of the traditional East-West format for the future and the arrival of the one-league... TERRY JONES: It's unlikely that thousands of fans from Edmonton and Calgary would suddenly book airfare to Toronto, although they'd certainly number in the hundreds and, considering the historical novelty involved, who knows?
"20.11.2016 16:11:27" edmontonjournal.com Todd McLellan's Edmonton Oilers are no mirage, but are right where they... McDavid, Puljujarvi and Russell getting it done with rest of team on the kill floor Almost one quarter into the National Hockey League's 2016-17... No matter what shot metric you want to look at — from goals for and against at one extreme to shots-at-net for and against at the other — the Oilers are holding their own but only just that.
"20.11.2016 04:28:12" edmontonjournal.com Edmonton-based soldier spearheading program to battle sexual assault in... Capt. Donna Riguidel has been in the Canadian Forces since 1993 but it wasn't until 20 years after her basic training that she found herself... “I had a very eye-opening experience of some of the gaps in our system,” Riguidel said. “I could tell you things that would curl your hair.”
"20.11.2016 03:52:48" edmontonjournal.com Photo Gallery: 2016 Santa's Parade of Lights Santa's Parade of Lights shut down one lane of Jasper Avenue and other downtown streets. Santa's Parade of Lights shut down one lane of Jasper Avenue, and other streets, on a frosty Saturday night in downtown Edmonton.
"20.11.2016 02:59:37" edmontonjournal.com McDavid scores three in win over Stars DALLAS – After only four goals in their previous 103 shots in three straight regulation losses, the Edmonton Oilers scored four on their first 13... The Oilers sent Lehtonen, the game's first star in Edmonton 10 days ago, to the bench for Niemi after their fourth goal six minutes into the second.
"20.11.2016 02:12:50" edmontonjournal.com Dan Barnes: Back-to-back Grey Cup appearances all too rare OTTAWA – The Ottawa Redblacks and Edmonton Eskimos are getting their Grey Cup rematch out of the way one week early. And by the end of Sunday's... Why is it so difficult to get to the big dance in back-to-back seasons?
"20.11.2016 01:25:04" edmontonjournal.com Gary Lamphier: China's foreign investments soar, especially in U.S. “Chinese investment has moved away from commodities into areas like high-tech, manufacturing and a broad range of sectors. That's why the U.S. with... Although Chinese enterprises are spending more money than ever on foreign acquisitions, most of that money is targeted at deals in Hong Kong, the U.S., Japan, Southeast Asia and Australia — not Canada.
"20.11.2016 00:51:26" edmontonjournal.com RCMP request that Albertans please report their moldering dynamite There is a large but unquantified amount of deteriorating dynamite on farms and fields across Alberta, RCMP say. In a warning issued this week, the RCMP Alberta explosives disposal unit advised Albertans to be on the lookout for dynamite decaying in barns and fields around the province.
"20.11.2016 00:14:21" edmontonjournal.com Former homeless Alberta youth competing to be Canada's Smartest Person It's not as if Joshua Williams hasn't led an interesting enough life already in his 25 years – going from scholarship-winning athlete and... If Williams wins the title, it will be only the latest turn in a life full of twists.
"19.11.2016 23:06:14" edmontonjournal.com Rural Alberta faces more end-of-life care challenges: conference NISKU – Terminally ill patients and their families in rural Alberta face unique challenges, a conference on end-of-life care heard Saturday. Palliative care advocates in small centres want to increase the capacity of their communities to care for their dying family members.
"19.11.2016 22:17:54" edmontonjournal.com Pouliot makes way for Drake Caggiula to get first NHL game Benoit Pouliot healthy scratch and Drake Caggiula will get his first NHL game for Edmonton Oilers GAME DAY: Matt Hendricks, who sprained his knee in pre-season, will also see his first action on the fourth line. Tyler Pitlick could come out after some impressive games for quite awhile but a little drop-off the past few.
"19.11.2016 21:30:18" edmontonjournal.com 'Thug till I die' gangster admits lying in testimony A gangster killer who claims he acted on the instructions of a high-ranking gang leader was confronted with his Facebook posts during... Halbauer — who is serving two life sentences — also agreed he had posted “F–k it. Ima thug till I die” on his Facebook page, as well as “I'm a prisoner of my own hell. Stuck in my world of hate.”
"19.11.2016 20:21:59" edmontonjournal.com 'Help, help, help. How loud do I need to say it,' financial aid... As the Alberta government looks to revamp its Assured Income for the Severely Handicapped program, one recipient says change can't come soon... Johnson applied for AISH, hoping he could relax his work schedule and still cover his bills. He found epilepsy and bureaucracy don't mix.
"19.11.2016 19:35:08" edmontonjournal.com Don Iveson confirms bid for re-election Iveson confirmed the news on social media on Saturday morning. “That's my intent, though it's too early to campaign. Indeed, the less we campaign, the longer we govern, the more of service (Edmonton City Council) can be.”
"19.11.2016 18:49:27" edmontonjournal.com After one hundred games of Todd McLellan, how much better are the... GAME DAY 19: Oilers at Stars Todd McLellan and his coaching staff marked something of a milestone in Los Angeles on Thursday, when they worked... The Oilers under Todd McLellan have made small steps in the right direction but there is still a long way to go
"19.11.2016 17:11:17" edmontonjournal.com The Press Gallery #159: The DoSaDo And Cross The Floor edition It wasn't quite a square dance, but PC MLA Sandra Jansen crossing the floor to the NDP this week certainly had a swing your partner round and round... Join The Press Gallery podcast team Paula Simons, Sarah O'Donnell, Keith Gerein and host Emma Graney as they talk through the ramifications of Jansen's switch
"19.11.2016 16:06:26" edmontonjournal.com 'It's a tremendous betrayal to those people who voted PC': Notley on... “It's a tremendous betrayal to those people who voted PC thinking that's what they were getting.” You'd be forgiven for thinking this was a quote... You'd be forgiven for thinking this was a quote from some pundit reacting to Thursday's surprise floor-crossing of former Progressive Conservative MLA Sandra Jansen.
It's actually Rachel Notley in 2014.
"19.11.2016 16:05:09" edmontonjournal.com Seinfeld delivers laughs — and his power of suggestion — at the Jubilee... The comedian performs two more sold-out gigs on Nov. 18 with Mario Joyner as his opening act. REVIEW: Seinfeld isn't a political animal. In fact, on Friday, the closest he ever got to almost maybe possibly referring to the recent presidential campaign was when he made fun of people who “like to make things up.”
"19.11.2016 16:03:51" edmontonjournal.com Remembering Gail Hall: A champion of local, a chef who fed souls Gail Hall didn't fight her cancer. For eight years, she lived with it. Boy, did she live. When she wasn't teaching cooking classes in her loft... When she wasn't teaching cooking classes in her loft apartment, she was in Italy — or Greece, or India, or Nova Scotia — touring with groups of ardent foodies.
"19.11.2016 15:22:41" edmontonjournal.com Paula Simons: Her name was Serenity. Never forget it. Why was key information about the four-year-old's death omitted from the child advocate's report? Serenity arrived at a hospital in central Alberta on Sept. 18, 2014, suffering from a suspected head injury, with “blown”or dilated pupils. She was four years and three months old. She weighed just 18 pounds, the weight of a typical nine-month-old baby.
"19.11.2016 07:23:29" edmontonjournal.com Seinfeld delivers laughs — and his power of suggestion — at the Jubilee... The comedian performs two more sold-out gigs on Nov. 18 with Mario Joyner as his opening act. The 62-year-old New York comic, who currently hosts Comedians In Cars Getting Coffee on the web, is a master of picking apart the follies of daily life.
"19.11.2016 06:10:58" edmontonjournal.com Florida Georgia Line put on a party at Edmonton's Rogers Place Partying is an honourable profession, one that many worthy people have found themselves drawn to. That's probably what Florida Georgia Line are best at, working as a live jukebox winding through hip-hop, rock and country, binding their audience in pure good times.
"19.11.2016 05:41:50" edmontonjournal.com These two moose locked antlers in a fight, then drowned and froze... 'After that one's dead, it's kind of like you won the battle but you lose the war, because you've got a whole other moose attached to your head... The two bull moose were lying on their sides, apparently locked in a fight to the death, and now perfectly preserved in 20 centimetres of ice.
"19.11.2016 04:51:33" edmontonjournal.com Edmonton Oilers prospect Drake Caggiula back practising while working... Rookie Drake Caggiula had made the Edmonton Oilers out of training camp but he injured his hip and is working his way back Caggiula never dreamed he'd be out this long when Jets defenceman Josh Morrissey spun him around on a breakaway in pre-season and he was awarded a penalty shot.
"19.11.2016 04:02:48" edmontonjournal.com Teenage girls having sleepover escape unharmed from Edmonton house fire Residents of an Edmonton fourplex, including a group of teenage girls having a sleepover, escaped unharmed Friday night when a fire broke out in the basement. Fire crews were called to 11604 129 St… Downstairs tenant in Edmonton apartment ran moments before flames shot through the door
"19.11.2016 02:36:45" edmontonjournal.com Paula Simons: Her name was Serenity. Never forget it. Why was key information about the four-year-old's death omitted from the child advocate's report? Paula Simons uncovers disturbing details about four-year-old First Nations girl who died while in an Alberta kinship care placement http://edmontonjournal.com/news/crime/paula-simons-her-name-was-serenity-never-forget-it
"19.11.2016 01:47:56" edmontonjournal.com 'Thug till I die' gangster admits lying in testimony A gangster killer who claims he acted on the instructions of a high-ranking gang leader was confronted with his Facebook posts during cross-examination Friday and admitted lying in court. Testifyin… Defence lawyer brings up bad guy's Facebook posts during murder trial
"19.11.2016 01:01:02" edmontonjournal.com 'Help, help, help. How loud do I need to say it,' financial aid recipient asks province As the Alberta government looks to revamp its Assured Income for the Severely Handicapped program, one recipient says change can't come soon enough. “My needs have changed a lot an… AISH recipient with epilepsy gets $16,000 bill from Alberta government
"19.11.2016 00:28:31" edmontonjournal.com Proposed Edmonton property tax increase lower than expected Edmontonians could pay a little less property tax than expected in 2017 if a proposed adjustment to the city's operating budget is passed by council. $72 per year proposed by city staff as average increase in taxes for Edmonton property owners
"18.11.2016 23:41:45" edmontonjournal.com New eatery Otto to open in Norwood in December Otto a great spot for connecting with friends and neighbours The former co-owner of Culina Mill Creek is opening a new restaurant in Norwood next month.
"18.11.2016 23:28:18" edmontonjournal.com Santa's Parade of Lights to illuminate Jasper Avenue Lighted entries will follow the procession route through downtown Edmonton, and will include Santa Claus' sleigh. Spend Saturday night with Santa on Jasper Avenue
"18.11.2016 23:23:31" edmontonjournal.com Man charged with human trafficking as police investigate possibility of other victims Vice detectives believe it's possible there are other women, including girls under the age of 18, who may have been expolited by Goyda in both Edmonton and Calgary. Edmonton police release photo of sex-crimes suspect to prod memory of other human-trafficking victims
"18.11.2016 23:00:37" driving.ca First Drive: 2017 Smart Fortwo Electric Drive In this case, you really can judge a book by its cover: a dandy little urban runaround – but now, it's electric driving.ca: The newest-generation Smart EV isn't just smart enough; in some parts of the world, it's brilliant. #autos
"18.11.2016 22:00:34" news.nationalpost.com Basil mashed potatoes, braised yams, and honey-soy vegetables Traditionally, proteins are the centrepiece in a meal, but that doesn't mean your sides should struggle for attention These three tasty sides are good enough to win best supporting dish (if such an award existed). #life #food
"18.11.2016 21:45:13" driving.ca Excellent family sedans that are gentle on the wallet If your budget lands around the $30K mark, you'll be perfectly satisfied with any of these sedans – especially with these discounts driving.ca: If you're looking for a decent family sedan, no need to break the bank. Here are a few of the best deals for November, according to Unhaggle.com. #autos
"18.11.2016 21:30:24" news.nationalpost.com Make dinner in 25 minutes The tomato-based sauce for this cod gets a lift from sweet pimenton and depth from a seafood stock This main from Spain is anything but plain. #life #food
"18.11.2016 20:41:13" edmontonjournal.com ‘People are definitely dumber:’ Meet the fake news writer who thinks Trump is president because of him And yet Paul Horner says he hates Trump. 'I thought I was messing with the campaign, maybe I wasn't messing them up as much as I wanted' "They just keep passing stuff around. Nobody fact-checks anything anymore – I mean, that's how Trump got elected."
"18.11.2016 20:24:30" edmontonjournal.com Mark Suits: Two new dark and tasty brews from Alley Kat Edmonton's Alley Kat Brewing has just released a couple of darker beers to help us sip our way through the cooler weather. Tartan Party Scottish Export Ale (4.8 per cent alcohol by volume, 65… Two new dark beers from Edmonton's Alley Kat Brewery, for dark days.
"18.11.2016 20:15:15" driving.ca Strap In: Here's how paramedics become better drivers It's serious business but anyone can see why this course is a whole lotta fun driving.ca: The Paramedics Training program was developed by John Fader, a veteran ambulance driver who ran the program from 2003 until he retired a couple of years ago. #autos
"18.11.2016 19:46:15" edmontonjournal.com 'It's a tremendous betrayal to those people who voted PC': Notley on 2014 floor-crossings “It's a tremendous betrayal to those people who voted PC thinking that's what they were getting.” You'd be forgiven for thinking this was a quote from some pundit reacting to Thursday's surprise floor-crossing of former Progressive Conservative MLA It was, she said, “a sad day for honesty and integrity in Alberta politics.”
"18.11.2016 19:45:13" driving.ca Performance cars to get your heart racing – at any budget The L.A. Auto Show is chock full of reasons to buy a new car, but these ones have us dreaming driving.ca: This year at the #LAAutoShow, there's no arguing that several vehicles – from affordable but souped-up standards to luxury sports sedans – stole the show. #autos
"18.11.2016 19:26:34" edmontonjournal.com From eyeliner to airliner, Israeli woman ordered deported for working illegally selling beauty products at rodeo An Israeli woman has been ordered out of the country after being arrested in Edmonton last week and accused of working illegally during the Canadian Finals Rodeo. Adi Gruenwald was arrest… Gruenwald, who's in her 20s, was apparently selling similar products at the Regina Exhibition Aug. 4 and fled when boarder services staff approached her, so they put out a warrant for her arrest.
"18.11.2016 19:21:22" news.nationalpost.com Island-hopping in Indonesia Lesser-known islands give glimpses of local culture while offering heart-stirring views of serene aqua water, dazzling waterfalls and thrilling... Visiting a few from thousands of islands in Indonesia, the world's largest archipelago. #travel
"18.11.2016 18:26:25" edmontonjournal.com Man charged with human trafficking as police investigate possibility of other victims Vice detectives believe it's possible there are other women, including girls under the age of 18, who may have been expolited by Goyda in both Edmonton and Calgary. The 24-year-old man is charged with procuring sex and trafficking a person under 18 years of age, material benefit form sexual services of a child, sexual exploitation and causing a child to be in need of protective services.
"18.11.2016 18:19:28" edmontonjournal.com Fort McMurray gerbil rescue yields compelling children's book Mom's commitment to family pet creates stirring story Remember Thunder, the gerbil who got rescued from the Fort McMurray fire? There's a lovely new children's book about him.
"18.11.2016 18:14:06" Timeline Photos Malcolm's take on Jason Kenney
"18.11.2016 18:08:24" edmontonjournal.com Seorak Teppan and Bar an appealing spot for Korean/Japanese food We're fond of our mountain themes in these parts, so the new Seorak Teppan and Bar should fit well in our restaurant landscape. The Korean/Japanese eatery is the latest arrival on Whyte Avenue, at … The new Seorak Teppan and Bar on Whyte has modern, dramatic decor and great Korean/Japanese food. Check out our review and photos.
"18.11.2016 17:39:19" business.financialpost.com 'Fall in love with rye again': Canada's passion for whisky is now... Crown Royal's Northern Harvest Rye was named World Whisky of the Year in 2015 by Jim Murray, helping to set off a spike in demand for Canadian rye Crown Royal's Northern Harvest Rye was named World Whisky of the Year in 2015 by Jim Murray, helping to set off a spike in demand for Canadian rye. #business
"18.11.2016 17:32:26" edmontonjournal.com Say Yes to Anxiety: a cross-country indie experiment in Edmonton Last May, six of the country's most adventurous small-scale indie companies, experimenters all, Halifax to Victoria, received a mysterious package in the mail. What the deliveries had in common was… A theatre production in a secret Edmonton location, with six indie companies from across Canada, short plays based on weird stuff like a glass bowl full of teeth. Check out Theatre Yes' Anxiety starting next week.
"18.11.2016 16:59:18" edmontonjournal.com Building willpower comes before building muscle We recently had the privilege of presenting at the Prime Time for Women Conference at the Grey Nuns Hospital. Our topic, Growing Stronger: Simple Ways to Build Back Your Strength, focused on t… In today's world, food is fast, information is instant, brains are overstimulated. Why shouldn't we expect exercise to be easy and results immediate? If only....