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Edmonton's best spots to see fall beauty

Fall splendour got off to an early start this year, with splotches of yellow dappling the River Valley as early as Labour Day weekend. A quick start likely means an early exit, so it’s best to take advantage of the colours while they last.  584 more words

Diet & Fitness

Family Five: Celebrate autumn in Edmonton

Inside Out

In a welcome reversal from the time when drive-ins were dying out, showing films outdoors is now turning into quite the trend. Add the folks at Ellerslie Road Baptist Church to the list of people bringing projectors out for mass viewing on their property. 610 more words

Family & Child

Edmonton triathlon a springboard for Javier Gomez in quest for unprecedented fifth world championship

There’s the slightest of pauses before the indomitable Javier Gomez sets out to discuss his fondness for the triathlon scene in Edmonton, as well as his quest for his fifth world championship. 545 more words


Friday's Letters: Bedside manner found lacking

Re: “Medical education has darker side, study finds,” Sept. 2

I read this article with interest as I recently took my first ambulance ride to emergency. 586 more words


How to avoid road closures in Edmonton this weekend

There will be a number of road closures over the long weekend as a result of the ITU World Triathlon and Tour of Alberta cycling race. 508 more words

Local News

ITU World Triathlon, Tour of Alberta cause traffic closures in Edmonton this weekend

WATCH ABOVE: Edmonton is in the international spotlight again this year as triathlon city. The elite paratriathlon was held Saturday. The event is also causing some road closures in the city.  517 more words


Tyler Mislawchuk learns ropes as World Triathalon Series rookie

Tyler Mislawchuk put his university studies on hold late last December, packed up his gear, and headed to Australia to begin life as a full-time, wide-eyed competitor on the ITU’s World Triathlon Series circuit. 721 more words