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Rainfall warning issued for Edmonton, much of west-central Alberta
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Rain, rain and more rain is in the forecast as Environment Canada issued rainfall warnings Wednesday.The warning covers Edmonton, St. Albert and Sherwood Park.Other rainfall warnings are in effect for:Environment Canada said a Pacific feed of moisture, combined with a developing low pressure syst...
Published at CBC Edmonton
Andrew Scheer unveils climate plan promising 'green technology, not taxes'
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Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer unveiled a plan for the environment Wednesday that he said would meet Canada's emissions reduction targets while eliminating the current federal carbon tax regime.The plan, detailed in a 60-page platform-like document, is focused on what it calls "green technolog...
Published at CBC Edmonton
Thousands of residents evacuated in northern Alberta county due to fire threat
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Thousands of residents evacuated in northern Alberta county due to fire threat
While central Alberta is under a rainfall warning, thousands of people in MacKenzie County in northern Alberta are being evacuated from their homes in face of aggressive and growing wildfires.  Evacuation orders were issued around 11 p.m. on Monday. and officials expect about 7,000...
Published at CBC Edmonton
Alberta bill aims to speed up accreditation of foreign-trained professionals
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If a professional regulator is taking too long to evaluate the foreign training of engineers or doctors, the Alberta government wants the power to speed up the process.Bill 11, the Fair Registration Practices Act, was created in response to stories the United Conservative Party heard from people ...
Published at CBC Edmonton
City looking at ways to improve winter driving conditions on residential streets
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Edmontonians may see better snow and ice control on residential roads this winter, with wider driving lanes and partial parking bans.The measures are being considered as part of a potential residential-roads pilot project, according to a report going to council's community and public services com...
Published at CBC Edmonton
Pod of pelicans establish 'freewheeling' colony on Edmonton ponds
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Pod of pelicans establish 'freewheeling' colony on Edmonton ponds
is known as the magpie capital of Canada but a bird of a different feather is flocking to the city.A pod of pelicans has made their homes on the stormwater ponds in Beaumaris and Greisbach neighbourhoods.Local bird watchers are all aflutter over the big-beaked birds, which return to the area each...
Published at CBC Edmonton
Shake and bake your way to a simple Greek supper
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Shake and bake your way to a simple Greek supper
For chef Theo Psalios, making Greek food at home isn't much different from cooking at his restaurant."Greek cuisine isn't quite as technical as some other cuisines. It's really about simplicity and the right balance of fresh, high quality ingredients," Psalios says.The affable owner of Little Vil...
Published at CBC Edmonton
Amber alert issued for 7-month old boy abducted from northern Alberta
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Amber alert issued for 7-month old boy abducted from northern Alberta
An Amber Alert has been issued for a seven-month-old boy abducted Wednesday morning from his northern Alberta home. RCMP issued the alert shortly before 11 a.m. local time on Wednesday.Jameson Sundby was taken from his home in Fairview, Alta., by his father, John Sundby, around 9 :45 a.m., RCMP s...
Published at CBC Edmonton
D&D in a Castle: Edmonton woman becomes 'dungeon master' for new gaming retreats
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D&D in a Castle: Edmonton woman becomes 'dungeon master' for new gaming retreats
Tara Rout has created a career for herself as the dungeon master for a very different kind of holiday experience.She's is the mastermind behind D&D in a Castle, an all inclusive vacation which welcomes guests to play Dungeons & Dragons over four days in fortresses and mansions across Euro...
Published at CBC Edmonton
Snowfall warning in effect near Jasper National Park
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Snowfall warning in effect near Jasper National Park
It's just days before the summer solstice but snow is still falling in parts of B.C. and western Alberta.The surprise snowfall on sections of the Okanagan Connector was seen on DriveBC highway cameras on Wednesday morning.Snow is visible at the Pennask Summit on Highway 97C, around 75 kilometres ...
Published at CBC Edmonton

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