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Protecting your two-wheel ride

Protecting your two-wheel ride

A surge in bike sales and ridership since COVID-19 hit has also been met with corresponding bike thefts in city neighbourhoods.
Edmonton city council votes to make masks mandatory in all public indoor spaces

Edmonton city council votes to make masks mandatory in all public indoor spaces

Alberta's updated figures show 133 new cases and three more deaths
93-year-old Edmontonian receives Canada’s highest honour for outstanding volunteer efforts

93-year-old Edmontonian receives Canada’s highest honour for outstanding volunteer efforts

UPDATED: Mask-wearing--The growing call for face protection

UPDATED: Mask-wearing--The growing call for face protection

Government and health officials are 'strongly recommending' wearing a mask when in public to help stop the spread of COVID-19. So why aren't more Albertans wearing them?
Eight things you need to know about the worldwide hunt for a COVID-19 vaccine

Eight things you need to know about the worldwide hunt for a COVID-19 vaccine

University of Alberta experts share their knowledge, hopes and fears about the chances of finding a way to inoculate the world against the deadly pandemic virus.
Power Plant tours unearth Edmonton's earliest neighbourhood

Power Plant tours unearth Edmonton's earliest neighbourhood

Historic Rossdale Power Plant opens for tours and starts the journey to uncovering Edmonton's Indigenous history in the river valley.
4 must-do stops at Al Fresco on 4th

4 must-do stops at Al Fresco on 4th

Edmonton's historic warehouse district is highlighted on the 4th Street Promenade. The street's Al Fresco on 4th event invites visitors to spend time there every weekend this summer.
Metis family contributes to community through the generations

Metis family contributes to community through the generations

The Cunningham family is one of St. Albert's original homesteaders--a Metis family whose contribution and continued involvement adds to the local story that began soon after Father Lacombe founded the community in 1861.
UPDATE: Edmonton Family Pleading for AHS Compassion Funding to Save Toddler’s Life with Multi-Million Dollar Drug

UPDATE: Edmonton Family Pleading for AHS Compassion Funding to Save Toddler’s Life with Multi-Million Dollar Drug

Imagine your special needs child had a fighting chance at life but the drug you needed was out of reach, worth 2.8 million dollars?
Letter to the Editor

Letter to the Editor

Reader's discoveries when working on election in South Africa