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One of two Alberta men accused of killing hunters to take witness stand

One of two Alberta men accused of killing hunters to take witness stand

EDMONTON — A man accused of killing two Metis hunters on a rural Alberta road is scheduled to testify today. Anthony Bilodeau has pleaded not guilty to second-degree murder in the deaths of Jacob Sansom and Maurice Cardinal in March of 2020.
Nugent-Hopkins scores twice, Oilers survive Smith's blunder to grab 3-1 series lead

Nugent-Hopkins scores twice, Oilers survive Smith's blunder to grab 3-1 series lead

EDMONTON — Ryan Nugent-Hopkins has suffered through plenty of heartache in the Alberta capital.
Flames find the positive in loss to Oilers

Flames find the positive in loss to Oilers

EDMONTON — The odds are no longer in their favour.
Defence says man had no choice but to shoot hunters in Alberta roadside confrontation

Defence says man had no choice but to shoot hunters in Alberta roadside confrontation

EDMONTON — An Alberta man accused of killing two Métis hunters had no choice but to shoot the men to protect himself, his father and younger brother, his lawyer told a jury during his opening statement.
From maybe to no: Alberta cabinet ministers give range of answers on replacing Kenney

From maybe to no: Alberta cabinet ministers give range of answers on replacing Kenney

EDMONTON — The race to replace Jason Kenney as United Conservative Party leader and Alberta premier has two entrants so far along with a number of cabinet ministers who, when asked if they plan to run, delivered answers ranging from maybe to a hard n
Calgary Stampeders suspend receiver Brendan Langley following airport brawl

Calgary Stampeders suspend receiver Brendan Langley following airport brawl

CALGARY — The Calgary Stampeders have suspended receiver Brendan Langley indefinitely following his arrest at an airport in Newark, N.J.
Alberta Jobs Minister Doug Schweitzer won't run for party leader or in next election

Alberta Jobs Minister Doug Schweitzer won't run for party leader or in next election

EDMONTON — A high-profile member of Alberta Premier Jason Kenney’s cabinet says he won’t run in the party race to replace Kenney and also won’t run in the next election.
Farms in B.C. and Alberta latest to have confirmed outbreaks of avian influenza

Farms in B.C. and Alberta latest to have confirmed outbreaks of avian influenza

VANCOUVER — The Canadian Food Inspection Agency has confirmed two more outbreaks of avian influenza in small flocks — one in southern British Columbia and the other in southeastern Alberta.
Canada's under-18 women's hockey team reboots for long-awaited world championship

Canada's under-18 women's hockey team reboots for long-awaited world championship

CALGARY — After a cancellation and a delay, Canada's top young female hockey talent starts preparing to finally step on the world stage.

Oil Kings rally to beat ICE 4-3 in overtime, lead WHL series 2-1

EDMONTON — Justin Sourdif's goal at 8:03 of overtime on Monday ended a roller-coaster night of emotions and lifted the Edmonton Oil Kings to a 4-3 Western Hockey League playoff win against the Winnipeg ICE in the Alberta capital.
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