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Fans inspired despite Canadian loss in first World Cup appearance since 1986

Fans inspired despite Canadian loss in first World Cup appearance since 1986

For Canadian soccer fans, the excitement of seeing their country play in the men's World Cup for the first time in 36 years gave way to disappointment Wednesday as their team fell just short.
Federal Liberal cabinet minister from Alberta concerned with proposed sovereignty act

Federal Liberal cabinet minister from Alberta concerned with proposed sovereignty act

A federal Liberal cabinet minister from Alberta says he's concerned that Premier Danielle Smith is moving forward with her proposed sovereignty act.
A  'blanket of love' lifts spirits of mental health patients

A 'blanket of love' lifts spirits of mental health patients

Despite facing health challenges of her own, a St. Albert nurse gives back to other mental health patients through Blankets of Love.
NDP leader Notley responds to Premier Smith's $2.4 billion aid package for province's seniors, children and vulnerable citizens

NDP leader Notley responds to Premier Smith's $2.4 billion aid package for province's seniors, children and vulnerable citizens

Notley emphasizes trustworthy government focused on healthcare and jobs in response to Smith's inflation aid announcement.
Wintry spin on tabbouleh makes a stellar side

Wintry spin on tabbouleh makes a stellar side

Though classic tabbouleh leans summery, with tomatoes, cucumbers and herbs, a seasonal spin on the nutty grain dish turns it into an easy side.
Repairing relationships through forgiveness may help people recover from moral injury

Repairing relationships through forgiveness may help people recover from moral injury

Combining psychological and spiritual approaches may be beneficial for many veterans and military service members affected by moral injury, an article suggests.
Keep the change: Adult transit riders can now load, tap and go

Keep the change: Adult transit riders can now load, tap and go

New cashless, tap and go feature rolls out on Edmonton region transit operators.
Holiday light up plans marred by racist comments sent Edmonton mayor's way

Holiday light up plans marred by racist comments sent Edmonton mayor's way

Racist comments aimed at Edmonton Mayor and City Hall have come after the announcement there wouldn't be a huge Christmas tree on the Square at this year's holiday light up event.
Need help with snow removal? A new furnace? There is help for senior homeowners

Need help with snow removal? A new furnace? There is help for senior homeowners

Help with home repair and maintenance is available to Alberta seniors who quality.
'Virtual' help for Albertans' health concerns

'Virtual' help for Albertans' health concerns

Want information on influenza? AHS has an online tool to help.