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U of A students tapped to help local small businesses go digital

U of A students tapped to help local small businesses go digital

Business students trained to show companies how to set up shop online with help from City of Edmonton grant.
AHS program focused on living well with chronic disease moves online

AHS program focused on living well with chronic disease moves online

Six-week series of free afternoon workshops start Monday November 16
Shooting your age? Rare but not impossible

Shooting your age? Rare but not impossible

It's uncommon--though not unheard of--to shoot your age in golf. But it's always special, say those who've done it.
Mary Walsh: Finally, the subject of her own life

Mary Walsh: Finally, the subject of her own life

Canadian queen of comedy said life feels good, the older she gets.
Sinkhole 23 metres deeps shuts down busy Edmonton intersection for repairs

Sinkhole 23 metres deeps shuts down busy Edmonton intersection for repairs

Epcor says the hole — 23 metres deep, three metres long and a metre wide — formed at the busy intersection on the city's south side last week
Food Banks Alberta Prepares to Support More Albertans this Holiday Season

Food Banks Alberta Prepares to Support More Albertans this Holiday Season

Food Banks anticipate increased demand as CERB runs out and holidays approach.
A good death: palliative care/hospices make a difference

A good death: palliative care/hospices make a difference

While Alberta lags behind eastern Canada in availability of hospice/palliative beds, advocates say it's a needed option.
COVID-19 outbreaks declared in 2 hospitals in Edmonton zone; case numbers on the rise

COVID-19 outbreaks declared in 2 hospitals in Edmonton zone; case numbers on the rise

EDMONTON — High hospitalization rates for COVID-19 are partly due to recent outbreaks at those facilities, Alberta's chief medical officer of health said as she warned of case numbers spiking in the province's two largest cities. Dr.
Halloween isn't cancelled, just different

Halloween isn't cancelled, just different

Local costume shop runs reverse trick or treat event
Happy with the Alberta government?

Happy with the Alberta government?

Issues affecting the Premier's popularity are many, says political columnist Mark Lisac.