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Does Your Doctor Have Harmful Bias?

Does Your Doctor Have Harmful Bias?

This week, the first of a two-part column – this week from W. Gifford-Jones and next week from Diana Gifford-Jones – offering perspectives on race relations and health.
St. Albert man charged with second-degree murder

St. Albert man charged with second-degree murder

People simply need to stop hating each other, says organizer of walk to end racism

People simply need to stop hating each other, says organizer of walk to end racism

Indigenous/Black Lives Matter march makes its way through St. Paul
Innisfail gets ready for its moment of change at anti-racism rally

Innisfail gets ready for its moment of change at anti-racism rally

Town’s rally will be centre of national attention
Caution abounds as Alberta eases huge raft of COVID-19 restrictions

Caution abounds as Alberta eases huge raft of COVID-19 restrictions

CALGARY — Restaurateur Leslie Echino laughs at the notion that even as Alberta lifts many more COVID-19 restrictions her business could return to anywhere close to normal.
'Born leader:' Contradiction is Alberta Chief Allan Adam's strength

'Born leader:' Contradiction is Alberta Chief Allan Adam's strength

EDMONTON — It was supposed to be a triumph. South African anti-apartheid hero Archbishop Desmond Tutu was joining the chief of the Athabasca Chipewyan First Nation in his struggle against environmental degradation from the northern Alberta oilsands.
UPDATE: RCMP confirm Westlock apartment complex homicide

UPDATE: RCMP confirm Westlock apartment complex homicide

No suspects identified yet; name won't be released "at this time"
Edmonton Valley Zoo set to re-open

Edmonton Valley Zoo set to re-open

Edmonton Valley Zoo welcomes visitors back next week to experience a fun, safe post-COVID-19 visit.
New video shows RCMP tackling, punching Alberta chief during arrest

New video shows RCMP tackling, punching Alberta chief during arrest

FORT MCMURRAY, Alta. — New video has emerged of the violent arrest of a prominent chief of a northern Alberta First Nation.
Banff Centre permanently lays off 280 staff due to COVID-19 shutdown

Banff Centre permanently lays off 280 staff due to COVID-19 shutdown

"I know this will be a very tough day to be saying goodbye to friends and colleagues we have helped to build this institution over decades with their incredible skills and talents. We are very sorry to be wishing them farewell, and I want to thank those of you who will be staying on with the Banff Centre for your compassion and understanding."