Recent News Releases

Police and Peace Officer Memorial Day
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The 16th Annual Police and Peace Officers’ Memorial Day was held this past Sunday, September 28th.This ceremony was an opportunity for all Albertans to pay tribute to those police and peace officers who made the ultimate sacrifice in the line of duty while serving in Alberta. The program included...
Published at EPS Success Stories
Post Practice: WR Paris Jackson
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Newly acquired receiver Paris Jackson talks to the media after arriving in Edmonton.
Published at Edmonton Eskimos
This Year’s Edmonton Expo Was Fan Heaven
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This Year’s Edmonton Expo Was Fan Heaven
fandom in a speech that had the audience cheering.Mayor Don Iveson with The Big Bang Theory‘s Simon Helberg and Kunal Nayyar. The Edmonton Expo feels less like a place to buy a bunch of geeky things (although I did buy A LOT of geeky things) and more like a party. There’s an exhilaration in the ...
Published at Northlands
Game changing lineup at Pecha Kucha Night 20
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Game changing lineup at Pecha Kucha Night 20
From today’s shifting office dynamics to a unique look at Edmonton’s homeless youth, conversation will be fueled with innovative ideas at Edmonton NextGen’s PKN 20. These visionary presentations will include something for everyone. Evelyn Delgado - Why Edmonton Needs Children's ...
Published at City of Edmonton
CAT deployment builds on community policing efforts in west Edmonton
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.-30-Please contact Sgt. Steve Sharpe at (780) 421-3564 for more information.
Published at Edmonton Police Service
Proposed plan amendment and rezoning in Westmount
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Citizens are invited to a public meeting about a proposed plan amendment and rezoning within the Westmount neighbourhood. Date:  Tuesday, October 7, 2014 Time:  7 p.m. Location:  Westglen School Gymnasium (10950-127 Street) The application is to rezone parcels of land located east ...
Published at City of Edmonton
Fit Forever takes the 'old' out of your golden years
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Fit Forever takes the 'old' out of your golden years
Seniors and fitness leaders are invited to attend the first ever Fit Forever Festival. The festival’s goal is to teach seniors and others about the benefits of a physically active lifestyle. Hear about community programs that will help to enrich the lives of those who are aging, and connect...
Published at City of Edmonton
Oliver proposed rezoning
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Citizens are invited to a public meeting about a proposed rezoning and amendment to the Oliver Area Redevelopment Plan. Date:  Thursday, October 2, 2014 Time:  7 p.m. Location:  Westglen School, (10950-127 Street NW) The application being reviewed is for the rezoning of a site at 1...
Published at City of Edmonton
Designing our parks and neighbourhoods for winter
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Here are some example neighbourhood design guidelines:You are the winter experts. Share your knowledge and ideas with the world! The guidelines will be available at the Winter Cities Shake Up 2015 International Conference in Edmonton. For more information go to Winter City Strategy on the city we...
Published at EFCL News
Proposed changes to building heights
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Sept. 29, 2014: The city is considering changes to the height and grade regulations for buildings. The city’s desired outcome is to allow greater heights to better accommodate new housing styles with high ceilings and steep roofs, and to enable buildings featuring walkout basements and drive-unde...
Published at EFCL News
Oilers Sign Vladimir Tkachev
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Oilers Sign Vladimir Tkachev
The Edmonton Oilers announced today, they have signed winger Vladimir Tkachev to a three-year entry level contract.Tkachev, 18, has appeared in three preseason games with the Oilers, posting three assists and a plus three rating.In 2013-14, Tkachev played two games with Omsk of the Kontinental Ho...
Published at Edmonton Oilers
Esks Sign Defensive End
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National DE Bo Adebayo joins the Green and Gold.
Published at Edmonton Eskimos
Smelly discovery challenges ad claims for antimicrobial textiles
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Smelly discovery challenges ad claims for antimicrobial textiles
Rachel McQueen of UAlberta's Department of Human Ecology found that fabrics advertised as antimicrobial are better at beating odours in lab tests than in human tests. (Edmonton) Anti-odour clothing may not be living up to its promise, and a University of Alberta researche...
Published at University of Alberta ExpressNews
Celebrating UAlberta's French connections
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Celebrating UAlberta's French connections
(Edmonton) Call it a homegrown French connection. The University of Alberta's collaborations and activities with France—plus new opportunities for students and researchers—will be under the spotlight this week as a delegation of French journalists and dignitaries tour Alberta and three U of A cam...
Published at University of Alberta ExpressNews
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