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Meet the young people talking about what the future of green jobs will look like
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What On Earth 30:44 Making every job a green job What do you think of first when people talk about "green" jobs? Many might think first of science-forward jobs: those working directly with chemistry or biology, or tracking c...
Published at CBC Edmonton
Millions of bats have died from this disease. Now it's been found in Alberta
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White-nose syndrome, a deadly disease in bats, has spread to Alberta — two years after the fungus that causes it was first detected in the province.In an update published this month, the Alberta government said white-nose syndrome had been found in two little brown bats that were sampled and rele...
Published at CBC Edmonton
Tick-spread illnesses are on the rise in Canada. Are surveillance, awareness efforts keeping up?
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This story is part of CBC Health's Second Opinion, a weekly analysis of health and medical science news emailed to subscribers on Saturday mornings. If you haven't subscribed yet, you can do that by  clicki...
Published at CBC Edmonton
I'm Japanese Canadian, but will my baby who passes as white be accepted that way?
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This First Person column is the experience of Sachi Lovatt, who lives in Toronto. For more information about CBC's First Person stories, please see the FAQ . ...
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Family of Edmonton man killed by police questioning how it happened, lawyer says
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A lawyer representing grieving family members of a 28-year-old Edmonton man who was fatally shot by a police officer nearly two weeks ago says they are angry and gathering information about what happened.Tom Engel, a criminal defence and civil rights lawyer and frequent critic of the Edmonton Pol...
Published at CBC Edmonton
Despite current high risk, this year's wildfire season tracking close to normal, statistics show
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This year's wildfire season is less severe so far than the record-setting 2023 season, but the risk for new fires is still high in parts of B.C., into the Northwest Territories and through a swath of the Prairies."We are now into the heart of our fire season and we are tracking carefully a number...
Published at CBC Edmonton
WestJet and mechanics' union ratify contract in aftermath of strike
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WestJet Airlines says the tentative contract between the company and its mechanics has been ratified.The news comes in the aftermath of a two-day strike by the plane mechanics that nearly shut down WestJet's network for 29 hours over the Canada Day long weekend and cost it millions of dollars.The...
Published at CBC Edmonton
How adaptable you are to climate change could depend on where you live in Edmonton
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How climate change affects your health could depend on where you live, according to a new study. In their examination of several Edmonton neighbourhoods, researchers at the University of Alberta mapped out which communities — and the people living in them — were most vulnerable to climate change....
Published at CBC Edmonton
Sale of Edmonton's long-vacant Army & Navy raises excitement for new life on Whyte Avenue
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"Sold" written in big red letters on Whyte Avenue's venerable Army & Navy store is the latest sign of new life in Edmonton's rapidly evolving shopping and entertainment district. Significant commercial turnover and new development have visibly changed the Old Strathcona district in recent yea...
Published at CBC Edmonton
Edmonton housing prices are up and expected to keep rising with growing demand, realtors say
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Buying a home in Edmonton will cost slightly more than last year but the overall cost of housing is still well below the national average, according to a house price survey released by Royal LePage Thursday. The price of a home in Edmonton from April to June this year was $450,600 — a 3.7 per cen...
Published at CBC Edmonton

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