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Go on, take that key or coaster. Branding execs hope you do

Go on, take that key or coaster. Branding execs hope you do

Chances are if you’ve been to a great restaurant, bar or hotel, you’ve snagged a coaster, matchbook, napkin or card key. Mementoes like these are talismans that help us remember what a fun experience we had.
Museum returns artifacts to First Nation in northern Alberta

Museum returns artifacts to First Nation in northern Alberta

The Royal Alberta Museum has returned seven artifacts from its collection to the Athabasca Chipewyan First Nation.
Royal Mint unveils first coins to feature King Charles III

Royal Mint unveils first coins to feature King Charles III

Britain's Royal Mint has unveiled the first coins to feature the portrait of King Charles III.
Two Edmonton police officers have been charged with assault after an arrest in March

Two Edmonton police officers have been charged with assault after an arrest in March

EDMONTON — Two Edmonton Police Service officers have been jointly charged with assault and assault with a weapon after an altercation with a suspect in March.
Arctic Ocean acidifying up to four times faster than any other sea on Earth

Arctic Ocean acidifying up to four times faster than any other sea on Earth

What may be the broadest and longest study to date has found Canada's Arctic Ocean is growing more acidic up to four times faster than any other sea on the planet.
Edmonton International Film Festival offers programming to recognize National Day For Truth and Reconciliation.

Edmonton International Film Festival offers programming to recognize National Day For Truth and Reconciliation.

Check out the Edmonton International Film Festival. Two more days to go!
Politicians mark National Day for Truth and Reconciliation:

Politicians mark National Day for Truth and Reconciliation:

Across the province, it's a day to reflect
Discussing inheritances with loved ones now more important than ever: experts

Discussing inheritances with loved ones now more important than ever: experts

When it comes to uncomfortable conversations, matters of inheritance may be near the top of the list.
Hundreds line up to pay respects to late queen in Windsor

Hundreds line up to pay respects to late queen in Windsor

Hundreds lined up outside Windsor Castle for the chance to pay their final respects to Queen Elizabeth II as the chapel where the late monarch was buried opened to the public Thursday for the first time since her death.
What each province, territory is doing on National Day for Truth and Reconciliation

What each province, territory is doing on National Day for Truth and Reconciliation

Friday is the second annual National Day for Truth and Reconciliation, also known as Orange Shirt Day. The federal government made Sept. 30 a statutory holiday for its workers and federally regulated workplaces last year.