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RUSH: READY TO ROCK
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The Edmonton Rush would like to build themselves into becoming a franchise like the Toronto Rock.When Game 1 of the 2015 Champion’s Cup launches on Saturday night, it will mark the Rock’s ninth trip to the NLL’s final and they’ll be looking to extend their league record to a seventh title reign. ...
Published at Edmonton Rush
Cost to remediate first phase of Blatchford site significantly under budget
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Cost to remediate first phase of Blatchford site significantly under budget
As the City of Edmonton gets ready to begin construction on the Blatchford development, it has released the results of the first stage of remediation work at the site. The cost to remove contaminants from the west side of the site around the former air traffic control tower cost $292,738, far les...
Published at City of Edmonton
Learn The Basics of Football in 2 Hours
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Football 301 Ok, so you've graduated from Football 101 and breezed through Football 201 - you're ready for the most advanced course yet: Football 301. Head back to the field for advanced interacti...
Published at Edmonton Eskimos
Locket containing ashes found, returned to owner
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The Edmonton Police Service received a call from a citizen yesterday regarding found property.A citizen, who wished to remain anonymous, saw a news story about the stolen locket containing an infant’s ashes and contacted police around 8:45 p.m. on Tuesday, May 26, 2015. Police officers identified...
Published at Edmonton Police Service
Police seek public’s assistance in locating missing man last seen in northeast Edmonton
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Police seek public’s assistance in locating missing man last seen in northeast Edmonton
The Edmonton Police Service is seeking the public’s assistance in locating an Edmonton man who has not been seen since Sunday, May 17, 2015. Steven Charles Gareau, 32, was reported missing to police on Monday, May 18, 2015, after his family became concerned that he had been out of ...
Published at Edmonton Police Service
Wildfire update
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Media inquiries Current facts on the wildfires in Northern Alberta.
Published at Government of Alberta
Looking to build your green dream home?
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Looking to build your green dream home?
The City of Edmonton is committed to creating innovative and sustainable housing options for Edmontonians. The City is offering 102 lots for public sale in Laurel Green, a new southeast community. A variety of housing options including duplexes and single family homes will be built to high enviro...
Published at City of Edmonton
Oilers agree to terms with Slepyshev
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Oilers agree to terms with Slepyshev
The Edmonton Oilers announced today, they have agreed to terms with winger Anton Slepyshev on a three-year entry level contract.Slepyshev, 21, appeared in 58 games with the Kontinental Hockey League's Ufa Salavat last season, posting 25 points (15G, 10A) and 12 penalty minutes. He ranked third on...
Published at Edmonton Oilers
Charges laid in early morning shooting
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A 47-year-old man is facing an attempted murder charge and multiple firearm-related charges in connection with an incident early Monday (May 25, 2015) morning.Southwest Division officers responded to a weapons complaint at 184 Street and Callingwood Road to find a suspect, being held by two citiz...
Published at Edmonton Police Service
Store employee reports fraud in-progress
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A store employee called police after he suspected a fraud in-progress. On Tuesday, May 26, 2015, at 7 p.m. Northeast Division patrol officers responded to a fraud in-progress at a retail store in the area of 155 Avenue and 37 Street. It is reported that a store employee was assisting a customer w...
Published at Edmonton Police Service
GAME 1: A SENSE OF RELIEF
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Robert Church admitted there was a sense of relief amongst the Edmonton Rush after they got past Calgary in the NLL’s West Final after falling to the Roughnecks one year ago. With that hurdle cleared there’s just one job left to check...
Published at Edmonton Rush
Solar energy powers up Queen Elizabeth pool
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Solar energy powers up Queen Elizabeth pool
Mother Nature will help power Queen Elizabeth Outdoor Pool this summer as the City of Edmonton flips the switch to start collecting the sun’s rays to generate electricity and heat the water through a new solar power generating system. “This pilot project at Queen Elizabeth Outdoor Poo...
Published at City of Edmonton
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