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Be entranced by Up North at the Art Gallery of Alberta. The beginning of The End is easy to miss. But you won't want to overlook this installation that is the highlight of the Up North exhibit. Spot the heavy black curtains near the start of the
September 9, 2011 Edmonton may not be on top of Canada itineraries but it's certainly worth a closer look The wide open spaces with golden yellow canola dotting the prairies, logging camps and oil rigs, the road to Edmonton is flat terrain a stark
Downtown Edmonton will become Huddletown this November when the city hosts the 2010 Grey Cup. Organizers of the Grey Cup festival announced on Wednesday the name for the downtown party that will occur in and around Churchill Square from Nov. 24 to 28.
The names of more than 300 children who attended a central Alberta residential school were read out at a remembrance ceremony Wednesday on the banks of the Red Deer River. As Alberta nurses vote on a three-year contract Wednesday, the head of Alberta
MT A 14-year-old girl was stabbed last Thursday close to the Stanley Milner Library in downtown Edmonton. (CBC) The woman accused of stabbing an Edmonton teenager over a cigarette last week was kicked out of the Stanley Milner Library at least once
A 29-year old man died early Monday after he was stabbed in a rooming house east of downtown Edmonton. Warmer temperatures should sweep across Alberta later this week, providing some relief from a lingering cold snap that has seen temperatures as
Edmonton on Jan.13, the city announced Tuesday. Doreen Ryan, who competed in speedskating for Canada during the 1960 and 1964 Olympics, will carry the Olympic torch to light the cauldron in Edmonton's Winston Churchill Square. (Edmonton Archives)