NewsCourtney Bettin

Digging up Edmonton’s past

Archaeology may be, for many, a term primarily associated with faraway places. Egyptian mummies, ancient ruins, and dinosaur bones might come to mind. But this summer the digging was in Edmonton’s backyard, and MacEwan University students got to be a part of it....

NewsTim Johnson

Drawing a red line

Dozens of people gathered on Churchill Square in Downtown Edmonton Saturday, taking part as participants in two groups that were hosting separate rallies over Motion 103. According to the Text of the Motion on the Parliament of Canada website, the motion aims to...

NewsChristopher Moreau

Cameras in the court

Sept. 15 marked a historical day in the Alberta Court of Queen’s Bench — it was the first day in the court’s history that a verdict of a major crime trial was televised and made accessible to the public. The Travis Vader case, one that has been before the courts...

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