Canada - Edmonton Journal
Monday - 25th January, 2021
BLIZZARD OF ACTIVITY
A cross-country skier travels through Hawrelak Park Saturday as crews from the Silver Skate Festival...
Saturday - 23rd January, 2021
WHERE'S THE ZAMBONI?
A woman skates on the pond in Hawrelak Park Friday as a city crew cleans the ice. Public skating at ...
Friday - 22nd January, 2021
COVID-19 rules to remain in place
The Alberta government won't be loosening any more COVID -19 restrictions on businesses this...
Thursday - 21st January, 2021
Alberta Premier Jason Kenney is calling on Ottawa to press Washington to review its Keystone XL deci...
Wednesday - 20th January, 2021
THE END OF KEYSTONE WOULD CREATE BOTH WINNERS AND LOSERS
Joe Biden is reportedly set to cancel the Keystone XL pipeline project when he takes over as&nbs...
Tuesday - 19th January, 2021
Kenney calls on Trudeau to fight for Keystone XL
Alberta Premier Jason Kenney is urging Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to make a last-minute push to s...
Monday - 18th January, 2021
Biden to quash Keystone plans Day 1, transition documents hint
One of Joe Biden's first actions once he becomes U.S. president Wednesday will be to slam th...
Saturday - 16th January, 2021
Pigeons hang out on power lines along 122 Street, soaking up the sun and ignoring social distancing ...
Friday - 15th January, 2021
Premier bounces Rehn from caucus
Premier Jason Kenney has removed embattled MLA Pat Rehn from the UCP caucus saying he has failed to ...
Thursday - 14th January, 2021
Province sends mixed messages on vaccine rollout
As COVID -19 vaccine supplies run dry in some areas of the province, the Alberta government is sendi...
Wednesday - 13th January, 2021
City cuts jobs to keep tax promise
The City of Edmonton is cutting 300 positions — including 60 through layoffs — in order to keep ...
Tuesday - 12th January, 2021
Province expands vaccine program
Paramedics and emergency medical technicians in Alberta are now eligible to get the COVID-19 vaccine...
Monday - 11th January, 2021
Lounges hope to end shisha ban
Edmonton restaurant manager Mahlet Belete says her business has lost a significant number of custome...
Saturday - 9th January, 2021
` JUST UNIMAGINABLE'
A woman mourns Friday at a memorial vigil held outside the Alberta Legislature to remember the 176 p...
Friday - 8th January, 2021
Restrictions to remain until Jan. 21
Alberta will not loosen its current COVID-19 restrictions on businesses until Jan. 21 at the earlies...
Thursday - 7th January, 2021
Two more cases of U.K. variant found in Alberta
Alberta has identified two more patients with the highly transmissible COVID-19 variant first seen i...
Wednesday - 6th January, 2021
13,000 more vaccine doses en route
Alberta expects to receive another 13,000 doses of the Pfizer-bionTech COVID-19 vaccine this week, a...
Tuesday - 5th January, 2021
Could scandal fallout affect province's recovery efforts?
The current lockdown-like restrictions are up for review in just seven days. That's not a lo...
Monday - 4th January, 2021
Mounties confirm identity of family killed in helicopter crash
Mounties have confirmed the identity of the family involved in a fatal helicopter crash in northern ...
Saturday - 2nd January, 2021
SLIDING INTO 2021
Ariana Daniel and daughter Amelia Trowsdale, 3, welcome the new year with sledding and smiles Friday...
Thursday - 31st December, 2020
New business owners optimistic despite dark shadow of COVID-19
Edmonton entrepreneurs say they remained humbled and optimistic while facing down the challenge of o...
Wednesday - 30th December, 2020
Moderna vaccine arrives in Alberta
More than 16,000 doses of Moderna's COVID-19 vaccine were expected to arrive in Alberta Tues...
Tuesday - 29th December, 2020
Deaths top 1,000 as COVID variant arrives in Alberta
While the number of new COVID-19 cases in the province is declining, there were 112 more deaths repo...
Monday - 28th December, 2020
Gibson Block a beacon of hope for women in need of shelter
Gibson Block along Jasper Avenue is more than an iconic building — it's also a beacon of h...
Saturday - 26th December, 2020
Longtime, devoted pediatrician will `never be forgotten'
By all accounts, Dr. Henry Pabst was the kind of person who would shy away from the idea of being fe...
Thursday - 24th December, 2020
No newspaper on Dec. 25 The Edmonton Journal will not publish on Friday to mark Christmas D...
Wednesday - 23rd December, 2020
Skiers get a lift Tuesday at Sunridge Ski Area. The weather is expected to be mild through Christmas...
Tuesday - 22nd December, 2020
A two-year-old boy whose death is being investigated as a homicide was in foster care after staying ...
Monday - 21st December, 2020
SANTA COMES TO TOWN
Santa Claus trades in his sleigh for a John Deere as he greets residents of Josephburg during a Sant...
Saturday - 19th December, 2020
PETS AND A PURPOSE
Elderdog volunteer Annaka Cook walks Bella Thursday. Bella's owner is a senior who has diffi...
Friday - 18th December, 2020
Province launches rapid testing
Alberta will pilot rapid testing for COVID-19 in long-term care and designated supportive living fac...
Thursday - 17th December, 2020
Long-term care homes are a battlefield where rapid testing is badly needed
After the shock and worry, the rush to support patients with intravenous lines and steroids, the bod...
Wednesday - 16th December, 2020
Respiratory therapist gets Alberta's first vaccine dose
Sahra Kaahiye, a respiratory therapist at the University of Alberta Hospital, says being the first A...
Tuesday - 15th December, 2020
Vaccine arrives in Alberta cities
Twenty-nine thousand healthcare workers in Alberta are set to receive doses of the COVID-19 vaccine ...
Monday - 14th December, 2020
FESTIVAL OF LIGHTS
After the lighting of a giant menorah in a park near the legislature Sunday, a parade of cars with m...
Saturday - 12th December, 2020
A SPLASH OF COLOUR
A man's red coat stands out against the frost during his walk Friday. The forecast calls for...
Friday - 11th December, 2020
City to get tough on COVID-19 rules
The City of Edmonton will be clamping down on enforcement of new provincial COVID-19 restrictions, w...
Thursday - 10th December, 2020
Our fresh-air gatherings were a form of therapy
Outdoor gatherings were a social lifeline. So many people were doing this responsibly — a...
Wednesday - 9th December, 2020
Alberta brings in tough restrictions as a `last resort'
Casinos, gyms and dine-in service at restaurants will be shut down, all outdoor social gatherings wi...
Tuesday - 8th December, 2020
City faces $152-million budget deficit for 2021
The City of Edmonton is staring down a projected $152-million budget deficit in 2021 resulting from ...
Monday - 7th December, 2020
Total deaths surpass 600 in Alberta
Within the span of a month, more than 250 people have died from COVID-19 in Alberta, as the province...
Saturday - 5th December, 2020
CANCER IN A PANDEMIC
Journal arts columnist Roger Levesque finds himself immersed in the embattled Alberta health system ...
Friday - 4th December, 2020
Alberta sets another COVID record
For the second time this week, Alberta has set a new single-day record for COVID-19 with 1,854 activ...
Thursday - 3rd December, 2020
Province asks feds for field hospitals
The Alberta government, which unveiled its COVID-19 vaccine distribution strategy Wednesday, has ask...
Wednesday - 2nd December, 2020
City peace officers begin crackdown on those who fail to wear masks
Edmonton peace officers have issued six tickets to people for not covering their faces in the past t...
Tuesday - 1st December, 2020
DON'T LET YOUR GUARD DOWN — NOW IS A BAD TIME TO BE SICK
For every 1,000 new COVID-19 infections, Alberta can expect 33 people to eventually get admitted to ...
Monday - 30th November, 2020
1,609 new COVID-19 cases reported
The province of Alberta sees active cases of COVID-19 continue to rise as 1,609 more were confirmed ...
Saturday - 28th November, 2020
Police warn shoppers about multiple purse thefts in west-end retail stores
City police are warning shoppers in west Edmonton after more than a dozen reports of purse thefts in...
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