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Edmonton officer won't face criminal charges for firing gun after training

Edmonton officer won't face criminal charges for firing gun after training

"At best, the involved officer's handling and use of the firearm fell far short of the specific and rigorous duty of care," said the release. "That no one was injured or killed was nothing short of exceptional good fortune."
Three things to know about Sir John A. Macdonald Day

Three things to know about Sir John A. Macdonald Day

What do you know about Canada's first prime minister? Today's his birthday for one. Here's a few more facts.
Looking forward to 2021 in Edmonton theatre

Looking forward to 2021 in Edmonton theatre

Edmonton's vibrant theatre makers are planning for a 2021 season
Edmonton Police Service seeks Indigenous members for Nîsohkamâkewin Council

Edmonton Police Service seeks Indigenous members for Nîsohkamâkewin Council

The council will consist of 16 to 18 Indigenous people who will advise various units within EPS on the internal changes necessary to implement the police-based Calls to Action from the Truth and Reconciliation Commission’s 2015 final report
Edmonton Artists' Trust Fund throws a financial lifeline to artists

Edmonton Artists' Trust Fund throws a financial lifeline to artists

Marty Chan, Josh Languedoc and Zach Polis each receive $15,000
Edmonton Police Service Joins Boyle Street Community In A New Collaborative HELP Unit

Edmonton Police Service Joins Boyle Street Community In A New Collaborative HELP Unit

HELP focuses on those individuals at greatest risk for victimization and offending, and at greatest risk and harm to themselves, others, and the community as a whole.
"Trust must be repaired": Kenney responds to travel scandal amid low poll rankings

"Trust must be repaired": Kenney responds to travel scandal amid low poll rankings

"(The) buck stops with me," Kenney said
New U of A observatory gives a clear window into the wonders of the night sky

New U of A observatory gives a clear window into the wonders of the night sky

Facility set to open Jan. 12 at Miquelon Lake Provincial Park offers students, researchers and the public a view of dark skies unaffected by light pollution.
Commentary: Constant need of improvement

Commentary: Constant need of improvement

As 2021 arrives, the entire world looks ahead with sincere hopes for better things to come.
Alberta premier working in politically toxic 'Sky Palace' due to legislature renos

Alberta premier working in politically toxic 'Sky Palace' due to legislature renos

Christine Myatt, the premier’s spokeswoman, says the temporary move to the Federal Building is the best and safest solution and was announced in August.