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Booking acts in Edmonton wasn't easy in the early days of the Northlands Coliseum
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Build it and they will come. If only it were that easy.For Don Clarke, the first manager of Northlands Coliseum, it was more like build it, hit the pavement, bang on doors, make endless sales pitches, stay on the phone till your ears hurt and don't stop talking until they come to the far north.Sh...
Published at Edmonton Sun
Man sentenced to 8.5 years for ‘vicious’ fatal stabbing in 2010
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Man sentenced to 8.5 years for ‘vicious’ fatal stabbing in 2010
A 25-year-old man convicted a second time in the fatal stabbing of Andrew Patrick McPherson in August 2010 was given an 8-1/2-year prison sentence Tuesday. With enhanced credit for pretrial custody, Jordan Cordell Steinhauer has served nearly seven years of his sentence. He has 20 months left to...
Published at Edmonton Journal
Dirty feet, long toenails, light fingers: RCMP seek bank robbers
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Dirty feet, long toenails, light fingers: RCMP seek bank robbers
RCMP are looking for two “older men” — one of whom had noticeably dirty feet with long toenails — after an armed bank robbery at an Alberta Treasury Branch last week.The robbery happened at the Bon Accord Alberta Treasury Branch just after noon on June 26, where two men robbed a female teller wit...
Published at Edmonton Journal
Review finds shortcomings in Alberta government travel disclosure
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Alberta’s privacy commissioner is calling for more proactive disclosure of government travel, meals and other expenses following a policy review that found shortcomings in transparency and accountability.On Tuesday, the Office of the Information and Privacy Commissioner released 25 recommendation...
Published at Edmonton Sun


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Canada Day
Canada Day
On July 1, 1867, Canada became a self-governing dominion of Great Britain and a federation of four provinces: Nova Scotia; New Brunswick; Ontario; and Quebec. The anniversary of this date was called Dominion Day until 1982. Since 1983, July 1 has been officially known as Canada Day.
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Upcoming Featured Events

Leduc Canada Day Celebrations
Leduc Canada Day Celebrations
Check out various locations throughout Leduc for exciting festivities such as a pancake breakfast, parade, family activities, wagon rides, tractor show and shine, reptile show and children's activities at the grain elevator, and a spectacular fireworks display!
Leduc Recreation Centre
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Fort Saskatchewan Canada Day
Fort Saskatchewan Canada Day
Celebrate Canada Day in Fort Saskatchewan with many family friendly activities including a pancake breakfast, parade, farmers' market, museum tours, live music, and of course an amazing fireworks finale!
Legacy Park
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Spruce Grove Canada Day Celebration
Spruce Grove Canada Day Celebration
On July 1, Spruce Grove residents and visitors will gather at Jubilee Park to celebrate Canada's 147th Birthday! Activities, vendors, demonstrations, entertainment and fireworks are all part of the schedule of events.Join us and capture the magic of our nation�s birthday!
Jubilee Park
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Strathcona County Canada Day Festival
Strathcona County Canada Day Festival
Experience the region's best Canada Day festival on July 1 at Broadmoor Lake Park. Each year, over 20,000 people gather to share their Canadian pride while enjoying a multitude of indoor and outdoor activities that entice the senses.While the majority of activities are free, some do require ticke...
Broadmoor Lake Park
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St. Albert Celebrates Canada Day
St. Albert Celebrates Canada Day
St. Albert Celebrates Canada Day 2015 will see another city-wide event for residents and visitors. City parks, facilities and historical sites will see a myriad of activities and fun, allowing for residents of all ages and interests to celebrate Canada's 148th birthday.The celebration is provided...
Lions Park
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Canada Day at the Alberta Legislature
Canada Day at the Alberta Legislature
Canada Day at the Alberta Legislature honours our province's history and celebrates our cultural diversity. Join us on July 1 for a full day of entertainment and activities for the entire family featuring some of the best local Alberta talent in music and dance.hether it's your first or fifteenth...
Alberta Legislature
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Canada Day at the Muttart Conservatory
Canada Day at the Muttart Conservatory
Celebrate our nation's 148th birthday with a visit to the Muttart Conservatory. Enjoy live music, Canada Day crafts and face painting. Treats and fun activities will be available throughout the day - a fun event for the whole family!
Muttart Conservatory
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Dominion Day at Fort Edmonton Park
Dominion Day at Fort Edmonton Park
It's the 148th anniversary of the Confederation of Canada! Celebrate the traditional Edmonton way: watch an authentic parade, toast to the Queen, sing Happy Birthday, and take part in other royal activities. Avoid the line ups; visit the Fort Edmonton Park website to buy your tickets online.
Fort Edmonton Park
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Canada Day at the Edmonton Valley Zoo
Canada Day at the Edmonton Valley Zoo
Celebrate Canada Day and Lucy the elephant's 40th birthday! Visit the Canadian animals, eat a red and white cupcake, and enjoy a wonderful mix of family activities and entertainment. Be sure to sing 'Happy Birthday' while Lucy is presented with a special birthday surprise!
Valley Zoo
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Canada Day at the Devonian Botanic Garden
Canada Day at the Devonian Botanic Garden
Celebrate Canada Day in one of the prettiest settings around!Enjoy a day at Garden, with musical entertainment, crafts and games for the kids and Canada Day cake! Any Canada Armed Forces Personnel or Veterans with ID get half-price admission all day.
Devonian Botanic Garden
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