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Suspect turns himself in to police for homicide
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A man turned himself into police today in relation to a homicide that occurred earlier this month. Aaron Mullins, 28, turned himself into homicide detectives today, Monday, July 28, 2014 at Edmonton Police Headquarters and was charged with manslaughter and possession of a weapon. ...
Published at Edmonton Police Service
Sights and Sounds: Edmonton vs Calgary
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Sights and sounds of the Eskimos battling the Stampeders last Thursday at Commonwealth Stadium.
Published at Edmonton Eskimos
Snapshots: Esks Fall Short
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The Esks run out of time vs Calgary in 26-22 loss.
Published at Edmonton Eskimos
Play Flag Football
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The Edmonton Eskimos and Football Alberta are proud to offer the Eskimos Novice and Atom Flag Football League to kids ages 6-8. Current Eskimo players guest coach alongside players from the University of Alberta Golden Bears to teach kids this exciting game. ...
Published at Edmonton Eskimos
Lloydminster to benefit from interprovincial health partnership
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Alberta Minister of Health Fred Horne and Saskatchewan Minister Responsible for Rural and Remote Health Tim McMillan signed a memorandum of understanding that enhances the collaboration between the two provinces on the delivery of health services to the community. “By working together, we can bet...
Published at Government of Alberta
3-Min Drill: Gabbing with Grymes
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Published at Edmonton Eskimos
UAlberta's next MOOC is here
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(Edmonton) The University of Alberta will help to educate a worldwide audience about video games this fall when it launches its second massive open online course, or MOOC. Understanding Video Games (UVG) will be available from the Faculty of Arts as an online course to existing U o...
Published at University of Alberta ExpressNews
Research into fish memory sparks mini media feeding frenzy
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Trevor Hamilton's research into the memory of African cichlids was released at the Experimental Biology conference in Manchester, U.K.
Published at Grant MacEwan University
Canada’s Minister of Health tours PCL’s Australian Cancer Centre Project Site
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Published at PCL Companies
Serious injury collision between Ford F-150 and Can-Am Spyder on Castle Downs Road
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The Edmonton Police Service is investigating a serious injury collision between a Ford F-150 truck and a Can-Am Spyder three-wheeled motorcycle that took place on Castle Downs Road this evening.EPS Northeast Division patrol officers responded to a report of an injury collision at Castle Downs Roa...
Published at Edmonton Police Service
Photo Gallery: Week 5 Esks vs Stampeders
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Check out the game pictures from the Eskimos 26-22 loss to the Calgary Stampeders on Thursday night.
Published at Edmonton Eskimos
Fan Gallery
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Find your photo from Thursday's game against the Calgary Stampeders.
Published at Edmonton Eskimos
Ministers Dallas and McQueen on the pending sale of AltaLink
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“The approval from Industry Canada on the sale of AltaLink – from a Quebec-based company to an American-based company – is one step in a review process that ensures Alberta’s interests and needs are reflected.“The Government of Alberta is committed to protecting Alberta consumers. The proposed sa...
Published at Government of Alberta
Suspect arrested for alleged kidnapping
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A suspect that was wanted on warrants earlier this week for an alleged kidnapping was arrested in Calgary yesterday.The Calgary Police Service arrested Kemol Delano Creary, 25, on Thursday, July 24, 2014 after the Edmonton Police Service issued warrants for his arrest. The accused allegedly went ...
Published at Edmonton Police Service
Woman charged after leaving children alone in vehicle
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The Edmonton Police Service has charged a woman for allegedly leaving her children unattended in a vehicle, as temperatures rose to 25 C on Thursday afternoon.Southeast Division officers responded to a South Edmonton Common grocery store parking lot in the area of 97 Street and 23 Avenue at appro...
Published at Edmonton Police Service
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