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Edmonton Journal (Canada) 08/05/2020 22:03
A 38-year-old Edmonton woman has been charged with second-degree murder after allegedly stabbing a 33-year-old woman in northwest Edmonton more than two weeks ago. Police responded to a weapons complaint at a Kensington-area home at approximately 2:15 a.m. on July 13, a Wednesday police news release said. When they arrived, police found a 33-year-old Audrey […]
Edmonton Journal (Canada) 08/05/2020 20:37
The number of active cases of COVID-19 in Alberta continues to trend downwards, according to the latest provincial numbers released Wednesday. With 94 new cases reported, there are now 1,146 active cases across the province. Wednesday’s update follows a long weekend of new daily case numbers that dipped as low as 65 on Monday, which […]
Edmonton Journal (Canada) 08/05/2020 20:06
Edmonton’s Lebanese community is heartbroken and looking for ways to help after a blast ripped through Beirut Tuesday, killing more than 100 people and injuring thousands of others. Explosions at warehouses in Beirut’s main port sent mushroom clouds into the sky, shattering buildings and windows and destroying the port itself. Windows 100 kilometres from the […]
Edmonton Journal (Canada) 08/05/2020 19:32
Around 3 p.m. Wednesday afternoon, roughly five-and-a-half hours before Game 3’s puck drop between the Edmonton Oilers and Chicago Blackhawks, the Edmonton Oilers Community Foundation’s 50/50 draw shut down. Not because of technical glitches or a sudden stroke of conscience from money-hungry gamblers, but the fact the online raffle had reached maximum capacity. It literally […]
Edmonton Journal (Canada) 08/05/2020 17:56
The City of Edmonton scored a credit rating of AA for 2020, the same as last year, despite the added financial impact of the COVID-19 pandemic. Credit rating agency Standard & Poor’s (S&P) issued the city’s score in mid-July and praised expense reduction measures taken to limit the budget shortfall from decreased revenues. These measures […]
Edmonton Journal (Canada) 08/05/2020 15:04
Some breaking news from overseas before we turn our attention to important matters closer to home: PULJU IS BACK! UUTINEN: #Liiga — Oulun Kärpät (@OulunKarpatFi) August 5, 2020 The fourth overall pick from 2016, Jesse Puljujarvi has been a subject of endless fascination for fans of the Edmonton Oilers. Fair to say his […]
Edmonton Journal (Canada) 08/05/2020 14:06
Edmonton’s police chief has ordered a third-party review after a scathing fatality inquiry into a woman’s 2017 death at a once-notorious north-side hotel. Rhonda Auger died after falling from the third floor of the Transit Hotel on April 28, 2017. Provincial judge Renée R. Cochard released his report Wednesday, saying officers who attended the scene […]
Edmonton Journal (Canada) 08/05/2020 10:48
Alberta Community and Social Services Minister Rajan Sawhney will announce funding Wednesday morning to support the homeless amid the COVID-19 pandemic. Funding will help shelter operators and homeless-serving agencies respond to the ongoing impacts of COVID-19, says a government news release. Sawhney will be joined by Hope Reith executive director Bruce Reith and Mustard Seed […]
Edmonton Journal (Canada) 08/05/2020 08:00
Re. “Hometown heroes,” Aug. 1 It is commendable that the Journal and photojournalists did an excellent essential workers portrait project to recognize and thank people who have worked, risked, and served the public during these difficult, stressful pandemic times. It is an odd oversight (likely unintentional) that some professions were featured with multiple people rather […]
Edmonton Journal (Canada) 08/05/2020 08:00
Here’s a fundamental point about equalization: the provincial government doesn’t pay for equalization, taxpayers do. Premier Jason Kenney is calling on the feds to increase the equalization rebate to the Alberta government to offset some of the impacts of the downturn. But any equalization rebate should go back to the Albertans who have been paying […]
Edmonton Journal (Canada) 08/04/2020 19:47
Masks will be required inside all publicly-accessible buildings in St. Albert effective next Saturday after city council voted to take the step Tuesday. Following in the footsteps of Edmonton, councillors significantly amended the proposed mask bylaw by mandating them in public indoor spaces, including retail stores, restaurants, entertainment venues and vehicle-for-hire services. The bylaw initially […]
Edmonton Journal (Canada) 08/04/2020 19:15
Edmonton’s two largest school boards released their re-entry plans Tuesday, drawing the picture of what a school day will look like come September. Both boards made it clear parents have the option to keep their children at home for online learning. Here is what students and parents need to know before returning to the classroom. Before […]

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