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The son of an Alberta couple killed six years ago during a robbery says the second-degree murder conviction handed down is a “huge relief.”
Bret McCann hopes a verdict Thursday in the trial of a man accused of killing his parents and hiding their bodies will end a six-year-long nightmare for his family.
That’s it. Decision made. I’m getting my own smoker-equipped barbecue trailer to pull around everywhere I go.
Innovation must become Alberta’s new advantage, says Alberta Senator Doug Black.
I’m running and hiking hills. I’m trying to acclimatize to the heat. Most of all I am driving myself crazy with my training and pre-race anxieties.
CALGARY — An analysis of three oil-producing heavy hitters suggests Alberta isn’t socking away enough money from oil royalties.
Edmonton police are investigating another case of someone parachuting off a structure in the city. Police say a man jumped from a crane Monday night after three men broke into a construction site.
CALGARY — One of two men on trial for an alleged multimillion-dollar Ponzi scheme that police say bilked thousands of investors around the world of $400 million has delivered his own closing argument.
Two people are dead following a three-vehicle collision near Eckville late Friday afternoon.
A former Red Deer teacher who pleaded guilty to raping a student almost 40 years ago has lost the appeal of his sentence. Warren Fertig, who is 73, pleaded guilty in November to one count of rape involving a girl during the 1970s. He was sentenced in March to five years.
A wind warning is in effect for the City of Red Deer and most of Central Alberta. Wind gusts of 90 km/h are expected to develop this morning and continue into the afternoon.
Children’s entertainment company DHX Media Ltd. (TSX:DHX) said Thursday it has acquired the Epitome group of companies, producer of the hit Degrassi TV franchise, for $33 million in stock and cash.
Exotic pastries play an absurdly significant role in Wes Anderson’s The Grand Budapest Hotel, but it all makes perfect sense. The entire movie is like a giant, elaborately decorated cake, created by this most exacting of film craftsmen.
EDMONTON — With just over six weeks to go before Alberta is to host global leaders at a World Economic Forum event, there is confusion over whether it will go ahead.
EDMONTON — Premier Alison Redford is promising to deliver on a promise to strike a new deal with Alberta’s two big cities.
Alberta’s premier apologized Monday for the $45,000 it cost to go to Nelson Mandela’s funeral in South Africa, but said she is not willing to repay the money.
The name of just one person is contained in a so-called sunshine list of people employed by Alberta’s Wildrose party who make more than $100,000 a year.