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Cops rake in toys for tickets

Cops rake in toys for tickets

St. Albert kids will get hundreds of free toys this winter thanks to traffic cops and local lawbreakers. St. Albert’s first-ever Toys-For-Tickets campaign wrapped up Monday night.
Nutcracker ready to show off new moves

Nutcracker ready to show off new moves

There is something utterly magical about The Nutcracker. To be transported to a realm of enchantment accompanied by a dashing prince is every little girl’s dream. And one little St.

Oilsands toxins under-reported

A new study suggests oilsands plants are raising levels of toxic chemicals in the Athabasca River by as much as 50 times.
A Christmas Carol still an emotional ride

A Christmas Carol still an emotional ride

During Friday night’s never-ending blizzard, I drove into Edmonton to review A Christmas Carol, now playing in its 10th straight year in the Citadel’s Maclab Theatre.

Seats to sun spots available but limited

If the cold weather has you thinking about a quick junket to a sunny destination, this winter travel season is offering up two rare items — seats and deals.

Volunteers

Dec. 5 is International Volunteer Day, a day for the whole world to recognize the valuable contribution volunteers make each day. The St.

RCMP plead with public to lock car doors

It takes only a few moments to find an easy mark. When Const. Chris Wilcox steps out of his patrol vehicle and scans the parking lot of a local townhouse complex, he finds a minivan with its door unlocked and valuables in plain view.

Servus Place targets thieves

Staff at Servus Credit Union Place are beefing up security and asking users to secure their valuables after a string of thefts from lockers inside the facility.
Artists of the night take over Profiles

Artists of the night take over Profiles

With a name like Nocturnal, it doesn’t seem to make sense that the place isn’t open at night. The Profiles Public Art Gallery show definitely brings on the night and many other dark things.

No new enforcement officer

The city likely won’t add another municipal enforcement officer to its roster to accommodate new provincial legislation that’s expected to leave senior management knee-deep in paperwork.