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: Can I just buy something without it being a big deal?

: So, what’s wrong with living in a place that calls itself a city of champions?

: ST. CATHARINES, Ont. — Maybe the 10th time is the charm for Kerry Galusha.

: Sunday night’s UFC show in Halifax didn’t boast a list of huge names.

: Five people were believed killed when a light plane crashed in flames into a shopping mall on Tuesday in the Australian city of Melbourne, officials said.

: On June 14, 2014, at the age of 31, Vince Young called it a career.

: Edmonton Oilers (32-19-8), 72 points, at Tampa Bay Lightning (26-24-8), 60 points

: Jesse Lumsden works in business development in the slumping oil and gas industry, so the bobsleigh brakeman knows a thing or two about persevering through dark times.

: OTTAWA — Winnipeg Jets defenceman Jacob Trouba will have a hearing with the NHL department of player safety Monday afternoon over an illegal hit to the head on Ottawa...

: Edmonton's pedestrian challenges don't seem frivolous outside a seniors' home.

: A Boyle Street initiative that helps vulnerable job seekers is being forced to turn people away at the door, says a program manager.

: There’s something about goalie goals that just make hockey fans feel all fuzzy wuzzy and googly woogly.

: A small group of organized criminals is being blamed for the escalation of vehicle related crime numbers in Edmonton with theft of and from vehicles now at a six-year...

: Edmonton's pedestrian challenges don't seem frivolous outside a seniors' home.

: U.S. President Donald Trump has taken aim at the "FAKE NEWS media" in a new tweet Monday slamming Sweden's immigration policies.

: A criminal defence lawyer who has raised concerns in the past about safety at a Calgary jail says people shouldn’t be happy that a convicted murderer in a high-profile case was beaten...

: An Edmonton woman is warning others to be vigilant after her purse was snatched while she was shopping at a grocery store.

: A 24-hour traffic enforcement event by Edmonton police resulted in 2,442 violations, including a distracted driving ticket for a motorist wearing a live ferret...

: One person is in critical condition and two others sustained non-life threatening injuries in a crash east of Wetaskiwin Sunday afternoon, according to...

: A woman is in critical condition and two men were injured in a head-on crash involving three vehicles west of Hinton.

: I’m just back from spending a couple of months in the United States and watched with interest, like most of us, the hand-off of the government from Democrat Barack Obama to GOP President Donald ...

: A record player and a tape recorder sat beside each other in Rob Christie’s basement in a farmhouse near Montreal.

: Legend.It's how fans of Garth Brooks described the superstar on Friday night ahead of the first of nine sold-out shows at Rogers Place in...

: We have to admit to being baffled by the logic of the mostly “red” Tories who seem intent on using procedural trickery to expel frontrunner Jason Kenney from next month’s...

: When Sue Aldrich couldn't get hold of her elderly friend, she knew something was wrong.

: Edmonton Oil Kings forward Trey Fix-Wolansky had the game of his life, but it wasn’t enough to keep up with the Medicine Hat Tigers on Saturday.

: CHICAGO - The Oilers were wise to pack up their stuff and blast out of Chicago immediately after Saturday’s game ... before the cops caught wind of what happened at the United Center and hauled...

: CHICAGO — It’s a bit ironic that a team with a brand new half-billion dollar arena has been better on the road than it’s been at home, but it’s a trend the Edmonton Oilers...

: Smitten by the Seals as a hockey-mad boy in California, Mark Greczmiel has been telling their story for more than three decades.

: Blue Jays third baseman Josh Donaldson left the Jays’ training site on Saturday after he “felt something in his right calf.”

: Blue Jays manager John Gibbons can often leave writers scratching their heads when he delivers his Texas good ol’ boy jargon and home-spun witicisms.

: CHICAGO — The Edmonton Oilers are hoping revenge is dish best served rusty.
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