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Fort Edmonton park reopens with some new surprises

With restrictions heightened once again and no idea what summer will bring, there isn’t much that Edmontonians can do for fun, but Fort Edmonton Park is hoping to change that. Originally, the intention was to open in May 2020, but

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Lifestyle

Netflix is bringing password sharing to a halt

We all know that one Netflix account that we piggyback off of, the one with the six different profiles all from different households. Well, Netflix is cracking down on password sharing by starting a new feature that aims to prevent

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News

The Grief: Funny news. LOL.

the grief: Anti-bike candidate for mayor promises “car lanes” if elected Ford Driver, a mayoral candidate in the upcoming Edmonton municipal election, says that if he’s elected, the city’s roads will get new special lanes built just for cars. “Bicycles

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Culture

An extra sense of home

“A house,” Chief Billy Morin of Enoch Cree Nation explains, “is walls and a building and a sidewalk — a dwelling to live in. But home is a little bit different.” As his third term as Chief of Enoch Cree

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News

Is there a mass exodus?

Once a province of opportunity where a melting pot of people from other provinces came together for economic reasons, Alberta now seems to be losing citizens at a rapid rate. Although some may speculate on the number of reasons why

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Culture

A Sprawl-ing venture

Whether in a job interview, by your high school’s guidance counselor, or by a job recruiter on campus, at some point everyone has been asked: “where do you see yourself in five years? ” “I always struggled with that question,”

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Culture

Final thoughts: The great deflection

On Feb. 4, the front pages of both the Edmonton Journal and the Edmonton Sun were left mostly blank. The logos and titles were still there, but the only other text was a statement at the bottom of the page:

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News

The Edmonton Metropolitan Transit Services Commission

The Edmonton Transit Service has been the cause of much discourse over the years, often for its weaknesses. However, that might be changing for the better all because of a collaboration between eight municipalities. On Jan. 28, 2021, the Government

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News

Flame-war room

The Government of Alberta appears to be engaged in a conspiracy theory to try and discredit climate reporting — one that describes shadowy international groups handing out directions to journalists, as well as activists, non-profits, and governments in a supposed

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News

Saving Alberta parks

When the Alberta government released its budget on Feb. 28, 2020, it included a reduction in provincial parks funding. This was the second cut in approximately six months, with parks experiencing cuts of 9.7 per cent in the fall 2019

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