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Fifteen years after the original strategy, Edmonton has a new plan for homelessness (Tue, 21 May 2024)
A series of tents set up beside a sidewalk. Some people can be seen on the pathway. The City of Edmonton is updating its plan to end homelessness, 15 years after it launched the original 10-year plan to end homelessness in 2009. The 2024 strategy will have no timeline. 
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Suncor not rushing to secure additional supply for Base Plant oilsands facilities (Tue, 21 May 2024)
The Suncor Energy Centre in downtown Calgary on March 9, 2022. It will be more than five years before Suncor Energy Inc. makes any significant investments to secure new bitumen supply, the Calgary-based oil company said Tuesday.
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The 'Redmonton' party no more: Alberta NDP's base has shifted to Calgary (Tue, 21 May 2024)
a woman speaks on a stage while others stand by bar-height tables behind her. After Rachel Notley, Calgary members now dominate her party. How will this reshape Alberta politics?
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Board by board, these First Nations students are building futures with a new carpentry program (Tue, 21 May 2024)
Smiling teen displays the black skateboard she built herself. A new dual-credit carpentry program at Mamawi Atosketan Native School is changing students' views on school, and on life's possibilities.
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Oilers defeat Canucks 3-2 to end nail-biting playoff series (Mon, 20 May 2024)
Hockey players wearing white celebrate as dejected fans wearing blue look on. The Edmonton Oilers survived a late comeback attempt from the Vancouver Canucks to win 3-2 in Game 7 of their second-round playoff series on Monday.
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In Alberta, 2023 was officially the deadliest year from opioid overdoses on record (Mon, 20 May 2024)
A man wearing a toque and a mask stands outside a building where there is a bin outside that reads "needle drop box." CBC News reported earlier this year that 2023 was expected to be the deadliest year from drug poisonings on record — and now, provincial numbers confirm it.
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Mail carrier leaves pickup slip instead of parcel — so frustrated customer chases him down (Tue, 21 May 2024)
A Canada Post carrier delivers a notice to Josh Kralka that his parcel will not be delivered to his home in Red Deer, Alta. on April 19, 2024. An Alberta man was working from home when Canada Post came to his door. But his security camera shows they never rang the door bell and left only a package slip, not his package.
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Construction labour shortage weighs on Alberta businesses as growth accelerates (Mon, 20 May 2024)
A view of an excavator sitting on the grass outdoors. A shortfall of workers in skilled trades is an issue across Canada, but with Alberta adding more than 200,000 new residents last year, the industry needs to find a way to keep up with more road and bridge repairs, new housing development and major infrastructure work.
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Omar Khadr denied appeal by U.S. Supreme Court (Mon, 20 May 2024)
A man with a beard gazes upward. Former Guantanamo Bay detainee Omar Khadr has lost his bid to push forward an attempt to vacate his conviction in the U.S.
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Environment Canada adopts B.C. model to warn of smoke hazards (Mon, 20 May 2024)
A couple sits having a picnic in front of a smoky downtown skyline. Last year's record-breaking wildfire season forced Canadians to become familiar with the scale of air pollution as hazardous smoke drifted across the country, and now Environment Canada says it is following in B.C.'s footsteps to improve how it measures and reports air quality risks to the public.
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