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Family pleads for tips two years after 63-year-old slain while on walk
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Family pleads for tips two years after 63-year-old slain while on walk
On May 27, 2016, Gherezghiher Yemane, 63, was shot to death while out on his daily evening stroll. Two years later, no charges have been laid in relation to a killing police say was a tragic case of mistaken identity.“We’re calling to all who have any information, please come forward,” daughter W...
Published at Edmonton Journal
Edmonton police arrest 34-year-old man after overnight standoff
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Edmonton police arrest 34-year-old man after overnight standoff
police say charges are pending against a 34-year-old man who barricaded himself inside a house Friday night in the McDougall neighbourhood.Officers went to a house at 106 Avenue and 106 Street at around 7:30 p.m. Friday to execute a search warrant, police spokeswoman Cheryl Voordenhout said in a ...
Published at Edmonton Journal
Burning desire: Quadriplegic artist turns sun's rays into portrait of Oilers' McDavid
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Burning desire: Quadriplegic artist turns sun's rays into portrait of Oilers' McDavid
Shewchuk has no use of his fingers but that hasn't stopped him from using a magnifying glass and the sun's energy to burn images into pieces of wood, 20 inches high by 18 inches wide.A brace on his right hand helps helps him hold his tools — the magnifying glass, a pencil and a knife."To me, doin...
Published at CBC Edmonton
Run on beef jerky just one of the spinoffs of massive military exercise in Alberta
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Run on beef jerky just one of the spinoffs of massive military exercise in Alberta
"Our jerky has travelled the world," says Pfisterer, owner operator of Meatco. "Gosh, it's gone to places like the Persian Gulf, Somalia, Bosnia, even Afghanistan."This month the Wainwright, Alta., butcher has his staff working extra hours to cope with the massive influx of repeat customers."We h...
Published at CBC Edmonton
Travelling N.W.T. hamster escapes on vacation, finds his own ride back home
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Travelling N.W.T. hamster escapes on vacation, finds his own ride back home
Cindy Browning was sleeping in her hotel room in High Level, Alta., last Sunday night when she saw something run across the top of the radiator.Cindy woke up her husband, Brad Browning, to turn on the lights and search for what she thought was a mouse.They found no rodent and Brad went back to be...
Published at CBC Edmonton
No guarantee Ottawa can come to terms with Kinder Morgan over Trans Mountain, says Carr
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Canada's natural resources minister says there's no guarantee that Ottawa can reach a deal with Kinder Morgan to keep the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion project alive."There's no certainty in these things. Pipeline politics, as you know, are not straight," Jim Carr told CBC Radio's The House F...
Published at CBC Edmonton
PHOTOS: 2018 St. Albert Rainmaker Rodeo and Exhibition
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PHOTOS: 2018 St. Albert Rainmaker Rodeo and Exhibition
The 54th Annual St. Albert Kinsmen Rainmaker Rodeo and Exhibition is on at the Kinsmen Fairgrounds in St. Albert, Alberta from May 25 to May 27, 2018. In addition to the the cowboy and cowgirl rodeo competition, there will be entertainment for all ages including music concerts, midway rides, a pa...
Published at Edmonton Journal
Saskatchewan man pleads guilty for 2017 crash that killed three Edmonton women
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A Saskatchewan man has pleaded guilty to three counts of criminal negligence causing death for a crash thatkilled three Edmonton women.Brandon Stucka of Lloydminster also pleaded guilty to one count of criminal negligence causing bodily harm for injuring another woman in the September 2017 crash....
Published at CBC Edmonton
WestJet agrees to settlement process with pilots union
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WestJet agrees to settlement process with pilots union
Anxious air travellers can now rest easy with the threat of a WestJet strike seemingly at an end.The Calgary-based airline and the Air Line Pilots Association have agreed to a settlement process through the Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service. Both sides have agreed to mediation — and if r...
Published at CBC Edmonton
Saskatchewan man pleads guilty for crash that killed three Edmonton women
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Saskatchewan man pleads guilty for crash that killed three Edmonton women
BATTLEFORD, Sask. — A Saskatchewan man has pleaded guilty to three counts of criminal negligence causing death for a crash that killed three Edmonton women.Brandon Stucka of Lloydminster also pleaded guilty to one count of criminal negligence causing bodily harm for injuring another woman in the ...
Published at Edmonton Journal

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