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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.
Edmonton man who sold fentanyl that caused fatal overdose gets six years

Edmonton man who sold fentanyl that caused fatal overdose gets six years

Jamie Michael Dixon is to serve his sentence for criminal negligence concurrently with a five-year sentence for drug trafficking.
Commentary: So, you want to garden

Commentary: So, you want to garden

Avid Alberta gardener Charles Schroder is already planning for next season's garden.
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When clutter overwhelms

When clutter overwhelms

Hoarding is a treatable anxiety disorder, but agencies and local companies can work with people to help create a safe space.
Rethinking leisure in senior living

Rethinking leisure in senior living

The majority of senior home residents don't participate in scheduled activities. It's time to rethink leisure time, say experts.