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Lac La Biche woman charged with second degree murder
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Lac La Biche RCMP have arrested a woman for murder.Police found Darlene Cardinal on Friday after responding to a complaint of an unresponsive female with stab wounds. Cardinal was taken to hospital where she was declared dead.Wanda Ladoucer, 42, has been charged with second-degree murder, RCMP sa...
Published at Edmonton Journal
Lac La Biche woman charged with second degree murder
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Lac La Biche RCMP have arrested a woman for murder.Police found Darlene Cardinal on Friday after responding to a complaint of an unresponsive female with stab wounds. Cardinal was taken to hospital where she was declared dead.Wanda Ladoucer, 42, has been charged with second-degree murder, RCMP sa...
Published at Edmonton Journal
'Don' will lifeguard the 'intentional' beach at Sand on Whyte festival
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Mayor Don Iveson may have put one beach “on probation” but he’ll soon lifeguard another.Or his likeness will, anyway.“Don” the lifeguard will be one of the sculptures at the sixth annual Sand on Whyte event. This year’s theme is the “Intentional Beach” as artists Peter Volegaar and Guy-Olivier De...
Published at Edmonton Journal
Heat warning in effect for northeast Alberta
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, Fort MacKay, Fort Chipewyan and Wood Buffalo National Park regions.People in the area can expect a prolonged period of heat with maximum daily temperatures near 29 C, according to the Environment Canada website. Minimum overnight temperatures are forecast to be about 14 C.The heat will partiall...
Published at CBC Edmonton
Driving a bus gives a new appreciation for Edmonton transit drivers
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I’ve ridden roller coasters and hiked through some steep gorges — but driving big hulking pieces of metal is not really my thing.So, when I was assigned to drive a city bus and write about it, my stomach knotted in fear. The Edmonton Transit Service holds an annual Transit Skills Challenge where ...
Published at Edmonton Journal
Driving a bus gives a new appreciation for Edmonton transit drivers
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I’ve ridden roller coasters and hiked through some steep gorges — but driving big hulking pieces of metal is not really my thing.So, when I was assigned to drive a city bus and write about it, my stomach knotted in fear. The Edmonton Transit Service holds an annual Transit Skills Challenge where ...
Published at Edmonton Journal
Parade kicks off two-day Filipino Fiesta
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Hundreds gathered on Saturday to celebrate the culture of one of Edmonton’s largest ethnic communities. The Filipino Fiesta kicked off its third year with a parade as Filipino associations from throughout Alberta proudly marched around Borden Park. The two-day event celebrates Fili...
Published at Edmonton Journal
Driving a bus gives a new appreciation for Edmonton transit drivers
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I’ve ridden roller coasters and hiked through some steep gorges — but driving big hulking pieces of metal is not really my thing.So, when I was assigned to drive a city bus and write about it, my stomach knotted in fear. The Edmonton Transit Service holds an annual Transit Skills Challenge where ...
Published at Edmonton Journal
Photo Gallery: 2018 Edmonton Filipino Fiesta
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Participants in the 2018 Edmonton Filipino Fiesta parade through Borden Park, the third year of the event.
Published at Edmonton Journal
Dog located, euthanized 2 weeks after attack on Grande Prairie woman
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A woman viciously attacked by a pitbull two weeks ago in Grande Prairie says she's relieved the dog has finally been located and euthanized. "The dog was to a point where rehabilitation isn't going to work," said Krystin Small, 23, who was bitten in the chest and knocked down by the animal, which...
Published at CBC Edmonton
Indigenous artists against appropriation showcase work at Edmonton farmers' market
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A group of Indigenous artists tired of having their work ripped off have joined Edmonton's 104th Street farmers' market, shedding some light on art appropriation.The Indigenous Artist Market Collective features a rotating cast of artists and makers who create authentic Indigenous art. That means ...
Published at CBC Edmonton
'Carding' stops by Edmonton police drop 30 per cent in one year
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police officers are carrying out fewer “carding” stops, a trend Police Chief Rod Knecht attributes in part to ongoing controversy around the practice.Officers filed 15,909 street check reports in 2017, documenting cases where they stop and request information from someone who is not suspected of ...
Published at Edmonton Journal
Driving a bus gives a whole new appreciation for Edmonton transit drivers
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I’ve ridden roller coasters and hiked through some steep gorges — but driving big hulking pieces of metal is not really my thing.So, when I was assigned to drive the city bus and write about it, I had a knot of fear at the bottom of my stomach. The Edmonton Transit Service holds an annual Transit...
Published at Edmonton Journal
Dangerous dog that attacked Grande Prairie woman euthanized
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A dangerous dog that attacked a woman walking her dogs in Grande Prairie earlier this month has been euthanized.The attack happened June 5 and left a woman in serious condition. According to a June 6 news release from the City of Grande Prairie, two pit bull-type dogs attacked the woman while she...
Published at Edmonton Journal
Edmonton city bus drivers put to the test at annual skills competition
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city bus drivers got to show off their skills in an obstacle course on Saturday at the annual Transit Skills Bus Roadeo.The 43rd annual competition takes drivers through a parking lot with 12 obstacles, including backing a standard 40-foot bus into a tight space, zigzagging through pylons and acc...
Published at CBC Edmonton
Sexual misconduct claims 'baseless,' former Africa Centre boss claims in lawsuit
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The ousted executive director of Edmonton’s Africa Centre is suing his former employer, claiming an internal investigation cleared him of charges of abuse and sexual misconduct made by a former employee.Tesfaye Ayalew filed the lawsuit in Edmonton Court of Queen’s Bench June 4. In it, he claims h...
Published at Edmonton Journal
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