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2 men hurt in fire at Leduc County mobile home park
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Two men suffered burns Monday when a fire at a mobile home park southeast of Edmonton gutted one trailer and badly damaged two others."One gentleman was burned quite badly and he was taken away by STARS," said Brad Gurmin, fire marshal for Leduc County Fire Services."From what I heard from the gu...
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Companies actively drilling in Canada tumbles by 40% since 2014 oil price crash, finds report
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A research report by AltaCorp Capital shows the number of companies actively drilling in Canada has declined by 40 per cent since the oil price crash of late 2014.The analysis cites industry data which shows only 26 drilling contractors have been working so far in 2019, 17 fewer than observed in ...
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Easter ham and sardines being used to lure cats from Edmonton sinkhole
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Firefighters built them a ladder and a homeowner has tried luring them out with Easter ham and sardines, but so far two cats remain deep in a sinkhole in Edmonton.Rebecca Hung says she spotted the hole beside the foundation of her house Friday morning when she returned from a vacation that lasted...
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Crews battle fire at abandoned home in downtown Edmonton
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The cause of a Monday morning fire inside an abandoned home in downtown Edmonton remains under investigation.Crews were called to the home in the area of 103rd Street and 98th Avenue around 4:30 a.m., Edmonton Fire Rescue Services spokesperson Kristie Bland told CBC News. When crews arrived seven...
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Edmonton aims to improve access to public toilets
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Edmonton aims to improve access to public toilets
Safer and cleaner public washrooms could be hitting Edmonton streets but it could take up to 10 years to accomplish that, a city report shows.In the City-Wide Public Washroom Strategy, the city acknowledges Edmontonians have "general preference to avoid using public washrooms." The new strategy a...
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'Is that even legal?': Companies may be sharing new credit or debit card information without you knowing
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'Is that even legal?': Companies may be sharing new credit or debit card information without you knowing
A Vancouver woman is sounding the alarm for millions of Canadians who have credit and debit cards, after information about her debit card was shared when it shouldn't have been.Vanessa Acuña blames an "updating service" that some credit and debit card companies have that allows new account number...
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Provincewide school walkout planned to protest UCP's stance on GSAs
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Provincewide school walkout planned to protest UCP's stance on GSAs
A group of Calgary students have planned a provincewide school walkout to protest the incoming United Conservative Party government's stance on gay-straight alliances.Grade 10 student Aimee, 16, is helping organize the protest in response to premier-designate Jason Kenney's pledge to proclaim the...
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Bodies of 3 world-renowned climbers recovered from Banff avalanche
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Bodies of 3 world-renowned climbers recovered from Banff avalanche
Parks Canada says the bodies of three climbers have been recovered from an avalanche in the Rocky Mountains. Austrian climbers Hansjörg Auer and David Lama, and American Jess Roskelley were attempting to climb the east face of Howse Peak in Banff National Park on Tuesday.They were reported overdu...
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1 man killed in ATV rollover in central Alberta
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RCMP in Rocky Mountain House are investigating a quad rollover that left a 44-year-old man dead. Paramedics also responded with police when the call came in around 3:00 a.m. Sunday.RCMP say emergency crews as well as people at the scene tried to save the man but he was declared dead at the scene....
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'It's indescribable': Calgary family grieving relatives killed in Sri Lanka bombings
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'It's indescribable': Calgary family grieving relatives killed in Sri Lanka bombings
A Calgary family is reeling after three of their relatives were killed in a series of bombings in Sri Lanka on Easter Sunday.More than 200 people were killed and hundreds of others were injured in the near simultaneous and co-ordinated bombings at churches and hotels in Sri Lanka. ...
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