People's Climate March calls for action on climate change
Edmonton was one of 250 communities worldwide to take part Saturday in the People's Climate March. Around 200 people marched from Churchill Square to the Alberta legislature for the event, which called for action to combat climate change. Thousands ...and more »
The Morning After: 9 Key Things about the Edmonton Oilers, transitioning between Games 2 and 3 - Edmonton JournalEdmonton Journal
The Morning After: 9 Key Things about the Edmonton Oilers, transitioning between Games 2 and 3
Jordan Eberle (14) of the Edmonton Oilers, celebrates his hat-trick goal with Ryan Nugent-Hopkins (93) against the Vancouver Canucks at Rogers Place in Edmonton on April 9 2017. Photo by Shaughn Butts / Postmedia Photos off Oilers game for copy in ...
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One man dead after stabbing at Sunalta C-Train station
A stabbing at the Sunalta C-Train station Friday night has left one man dead and Calgary police searching for a suspect. Police say they were called at around 11:20 p.m. for reports of a fight between two men. They found a man at the C-Train station ...
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Corpse flower blooms at Edmonton's Muttart Conservatory
Putrella the giant corpse flower is in bloom, oozing the foul smell she's known for with particular fervour. “She's our rock star plant,” said Muttart Conservatory program manager Alex Hamilton. “This (bloom) in my opinion is the smelliest.” The ...
Giant, stinky flower blooms in EdmontonCTV News
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Night-photography course an eyeopener for Edmonton teens
Ashley Jarowaka beams while showing off her latest creation. "You have to picture the picture in your brain before you actually make it with the camera," the 16-year-old says. You also need patience. The Grade 11 student stood in an Icelandic snowbank ...
Edmonton fans fighting sleep deprivation as Oilers playoff run continues
Edmonton Oilers games are starting late and ending later, leaving the Orange Crush crew sleep deprived for work and school the next morning. After an 11-year drought, Oilers fans are more ready than ever to forgo sleep to support their team. Playoff ...and more »
Calgary's global architecture, a nifty walking tour
Will BIG's Telus Sky and Snohetta's new Central Library put Calgary on the map of world design cities? Sure, we aren't a Dubai, New York City, London or Singapore — but when it comes to being on the world map, we've come a long way in the past 20 years.
Oilers take commanding 2-0 lead with series shifting to Edmonton
Cam Talbot made 39 stops to get the Oilers a 2-1 win in Anaheim and take a 2-0 series lead heading to Edmonton. Canadian Press April 29, 2017, 1:23 AM. Canadian Press April 29, 2017, 1:23 AM. ANAHEIM, Calif. — The Edmonton Oilers might be returning ...
Terry Jones: Oilers return home with 2-0 lead on DucksEdmonton Journal
Edmonton Oilers' Cam Talbot terrific in post-seasonGlobalnews.ca
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Bill Brooks: Calgary C.A.R.E.S. about Alzheimer's
Cal 0429 Howe 7 The 2017 Gordie Howe C.A.R.E.S. Pro Am weekend was a great success and raised considerable funds for the Gordie Howe Centre for Alzheimer's Research and Education Society-a full not for profit charity founded and located in Calgary.
Calgary Catholic schools nix Netflix series about teen suicide, 13 Reasons Why
Catholic schools in Calgary are being asked not to use a controversial Netflix series about teen suicide in the classroom. In the popular fictional series, 13 Reasons Why, the main character leaves behind audio tapes for the people she blames for ...and more »
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Contract-less Chad Johnson embraces opportunity to play for Team ...
Calgary Flames Chad Johnson against the Anaheim Ducks during 2017 Stanley Cup playoffs in Calgary, Alta., on Wednesday, April 19, 2017. Al Charest / AL ...and more »
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Parsons getting professional hockey education with Flames' farm team
London Knights goaltender Tyler Parsons stops Erie forward Ivan Lodnia on a breakaway in the first period of game three of their playoff series at Budweiser Gardens in London, Ontario on Tuesday April 11, 2017. MORRIS LAMONT / Postmedia. Share Adjust ...and more »
Asbestos association removes excerpt of controversial study by Concordia lecturer - Montreal GazetteMontreal Gazette
Asbestos association removes excerpt of controversial study by Concordia lecturer
Concordia University president Alan Shepard (pictured in 2015) has taken "appropriate steps" that resulted in the International Chrysotile Association removing passages of a study published by the university that implies the ban-asbestos movement is ...and more »
Delayed opening of Edmonton sports fields upsets soccer group
WATCH ABOVE: Edmonton's city-run sports fields are tentatively scheduled to open on May 12, and one local soccer group says that's simply too late. Sarah Kraus has the details. What is this? Sponsored content is written by Global News' editorial staff ...
Soccer parents asked to lobby politicians over delayed season startCBC.ca
Edmonton Minor Soccer Association stepping up lobbying effort to start sea