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World's smallest maple leaf created in Edmonton for Canada 150
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World's smallest maple leaf created in Edmonton for Canada 150
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Published at Edmonton Journal
Street check guideline for all Alberta police in the works
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Street check guideline for all Alberta police in the works
The over-representation of aboriginal women and black people being carded by Edmonton police is “concerning,” says Alberta’s justice minister.Reacting to a report in Tuesday’s Edmonton Journal, Kathleen Ganley said she wasn’t surprised by the numbers.Ganley said she has heard from a number of com...
Published at Edmonton Journal
Boy, 3, dies after being run over in northern Alberta parking lot
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A 3-year-old boy is dead after being run over by a pickup truck in the parking lot of a northern Alberta baseball field Monday night.Swan Hills RCMP were called to the scene at 7 p.m. after the child was struck by a vehicle in the parking lot of the local ball diamonds, police said in a news rele...
Published at CBC Edmonton
Tossed cigarettes result in 24 house fires so far this year
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Tossed cigarettes result in 24 house fires so far this year
Two recent fires that caused major damage to residential buildings are among 24 fires this year sparked by improperly discarded smoking materials, Edmonton Fire Rescue Services says.A fire that displaced residents at an apartment building in west Edmonton on June 25 was caused by smoking material...
Published at CBC Edmonton
Council to vote on debating Northland's future in private
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Northlands will present council with a business plan to reinvent itself and create a new future Tuesday, but that plan may be debated behind closed doors.The 137-year-old agricultural society still has control of the Coliseum, the Expo Centre and the race tracks on its 160-acre site. But the city...
Published at Edmonton Sun
Council to vote on debating Northland's future in private
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Council to vote on debating Northland's future in private
Northlands will present council with a business plan to reinvent itself and create a new future Tuesday, but that plan may be debated behind closed doors.The 137-year-old agricultural society still has control of the Coliseum, the Expo Centre and the race tracks on its 160-acre site. But the city...
Published at Edmonton Journal
Live: Citizens weigh in on Edmonton attempting to host the Commonwealth Games
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Live: Citizens weigh in on Edmonton attempting to host the Commonwealth Games
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Citizens weigh in on Edmonton attempting to host the Commonwealth Games
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The Commonwealth Games can cost $1 billion, but they leave a legacy of pride, new sports venues and expose a host city to the world. On Tuesday morning, councillors will hear back from a citizens’ panel convened to help the city be more strategic in these major event bids, including the possibili...
Published at Edmonton Sun
Edmonton Prolife denied a booth at K-Days raises questions about new vendor policy
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Edmonton Prolife denied a booth at K-Days raises questions about new vendor policy
Prolife has been denied a booth at next month’s K-Days festival, after having participated for the last 15 years.The group has retained the Justice Centre for Constitutional Freedoms, which said Northlands is violating the group’s freedom of expression Charter rights because Northlands is, in its...
Published at Edmonton Journal
Overnight storm slams Edmonton with hail, rain, heavy winds
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Pea-sized hail, battering winds and heavy rain pummeled Edmonton Monday night.A powerful flash and forked lightning storm took down trees and knocked out power in the downtown core.Environment Canada issued a severe thunderstorm warning for the city late Monday night. The storm hit its peak just ...
Published at CBC Edmonton

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Discussing Eberle/Strome, Russell signing and free agency on The Lowdown with Lowetide (TSN 1260)
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I joined Lowetide on Monday morning on TSN 1260 to talk all things Oilers. Clip is below and starts around the 20 minute mark. Couple things we touched on, along with related links: Eberle/Strome trade First Look: Ryan Strome – The Copper & Blue Signing of Kris Russell. Couple things I ...
Published at The SuperFan
Book Review: Velotopia
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Book Review: Velotopia
Author: Steven Fleming (nai010 publishers, 2017) “No one would say Le Corbusier’s Plan Voisin did good for the world, but we can learn so much from his logical process. If Le Corbusier were alive now, grappling with the problems that face us (and if his sponsor wasn’t the car maker Voisin but a b...
Published at Spacing Edmonton
Baby’s First Getaway! Travel to Tofino
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We went back and forth for awhile trying to decide on a good travel destination for Jack’s first trip. We wanted somewhere that we would really enjoy, and would accommodate a small baby. When Ryan suggested Tofino B.C., we both agreed that it would be the perfect first family trip. Travelli...
Published at Inspired By Lynne
124 Grand Market Week 8
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VENDOR LIST FOR JUNE 29 Every week our vendor lists changes and evolves with new and returning businesses bringing their goodies to 124 street. Check out what’s new this week at this weeks market! See you Thursday, […]
Published at 124 Grand Market
See amazing sand sculptures at Sand on Whyte June 30-July 9
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Normally you’d have to take a trip to the beach to see some amazing sand sculptures but luckily Sand on Whyte is just about here and you’ll be amazed. See amazing sand sculptures at Sand on Whyte Started in 2013 to create a summer version of Ice on Whyte, this year’s festival ru...
Published at Just another Edmonton mommy
Sean Caulfield Wins 2017 Eldon & Anne Foote Prize
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On Friday, June 23, 2017, University of Alberta Art & Design professor, Sean Caulfield, was awarded the Eldon & Anne Foote Edmonton The post Sean Caulfield Wins 2017 Eldon & Anne Foote Prize appeared first on curious arts.
Published at curious arts
Household Solar – Renewable
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Household Solar – Renewable
“What about snow?” Gordon Howell has been asked this question with a relentless regularity for the last 32 years. He was the first guy to bring solar to Edmonton. If someone is going to stare down this line of questioning, it’s going to be him. Solar sounds great, but “what […]
Published at Transforming Edmonton
JAIL GUITAR DOORS
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JAIL GUITAR DOORS
The Edmonton Oilers approach free agency with about six million to spend, plus whatever they feel comfortable risking on the Andrej Sekera LTIR move. That’s one big contract or two smaller items. Where to shop? I think RHD is the primary need but there’s not much out there. Trade? Unl...
Published at Lowetide
Home || My Sit Up Bar with @TheBrick || And a refreshing drink recipe! Strawberry Lemon Spritz #partner
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I’m so excited to share our bar sit up with The Brick. We scored these bar modern stools a few months ago. I love the padded leather and adjustable height, perfect for my guests to pull up a seat and make a great summer drink! The Strawberry Lemon Spritz What you’ll need:  1 oz. Gin  ...
Published at Northern Style Exposure
But for Five Years She Was so Nice
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The great George Thorogood once told a tale of a man down on his luck. The tale had been told before. This man lost his job. When his landlord discovered of his woes she promised not to judge him so long as the rent was paid. The rent was missed just once after five years...
Published at OilersNation

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