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Edmonton Journal (Canada) 10/24/2020 17:22
Officers dedicated to battling child exploitation in the province are working at breakneck pace to keep up with cases that have skyrocketed amidst the COVID-19 pandemic. RCMP Sgt. Kerry Shima — formerly with the RCMP homicide and major crimes units out of Edmonton’s K-Division — has been with the Alberta Emergency Response Team’s (ALERT) internet […]
Edmonton Journal (Canada) 10/24/2020 09:22
Grande Prairie RCMP detachment briefly closed it front counter last weekend before a dozen RCMP officers tested positive for COVID-19. The front counter shut down in order to conduct a deep clean after two employees tested positive the previous Thursday. Front-counter service later re-opened Monday. Cpl. Deanna Fontaine said sanitization efforts will continue in accordance […]
Edmonton Journal (Canada) 10/24/2020 08:00
I congratulate Minister Nate Glubish for spearheading the new Bill 37, the Builders Lien (Prompt Payment) Amendment Act, 2020. I’ve been involved in the construction industry in Alberta for more than 40 years. I’ve experienced first-hand the devastation and hardship caused to contractors and especially to subcontractors when payments for work they’ve completed are withheld […]
Edmonton Journal (Canada) 10/24/2020 03:19
Ken Holland’s offseason looks to be pretty much over, with Edmonton’s cap space all but gone now. There could be some move that surprises us all, or maybe a minor signing or two, but Holland’s options are now limited. On his offseason receipt, Holland has a number of purchases, including: Tyson Barrie, 1 year, $3.75 […]
Edmonton Journal (Canada) 10/23/2020 18:48
Edmonton’s Northlands Coliseum is targeted for demolition in the “short term” as one of the first steps in the proposed redevelopment project on the site. A demolition date hasn’t been set, but the city plans for the arena to meet the wrecking ball in order to make way for a transit-oriented development as part of […]
Edmonton Journal (Canada) 10/23/2020 18:00
A man who shot and killed a motorist after slamming into his truck on a rural road outside Edmonton is seeking a sentence reduction. Matthew Lorne Anderson filed a notice of appeal of his 16-year manslaughter sentence last Friday. He pleaded guilty Sept. 18 to manslaughter for shooting 24-year-old Harpreet “Harry” Kang in the head […]
Edmonton Journal (Canada) 10/23/2020 17:55
Alberta set records for its highest daily COVID-19 case count and number of active cases for the fifth straight day with no new public health restrictions expected. On Friday, the province reported 432 new cases of COVID-19 while active cases climbed to 3,651, marking the highest each count has been since the start of the […]
Edmonton Journal (Canada) 10/23/2020 17:17
Sometimes you just need to move quickly. Proceso Flordeliz Jr. and his family had a plan to buy their first home. Then the pandemic happened. Their plans changed but their goal didn’t. Meanwhile, Angelos Scapetorachis gave notice to end his lease on his downtown apartment rental. Just one small thing though, he hadn’t yet secured a new living space. Both, however, ended […]
Edmonton Journal (Canada) 10/23/2020 16:51
Edmonton’s real estate market is likely to remain in a balanced state for the remainder of the year, a recent study suggests. And you can thank sellers in the mid-range market for the improving conditions, says a leading realtor in the city. “One thing that happened this year is those executive and junior executive homes — in the 2,400- […]

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