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Interactive map keeps Edmontonians on top of road construction

A new online map allows Edmontonians to keep track of the city’s summer construction projects without getting stuck in traffic.

The City of Edmonton’s Construction on Your Streets Map… 193 more words

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Video: Thefts from vehicles more than double compared to last year in downtown Edmonton

Thefts from vehicles have more than doubled in downtown Edmonton compared to last year and police are urging people to remove their valuables when they park. 83 more words


Pay phones now relics of a pre-mobile age

Everybody knows the pay phone is nearing extinction. On a warm April afternoon in Saskatoon, they showed it.

Sprouting from the sidewalk opposite the Sheraton Cavalier, the graffiti-adorned blue and grey box attracted little attention from the people streaming by. 281 more words


New program helps students shoot for the stars

What better way to get Canadian students involved in the space industry than by simulating a mission?

“More or less what we’re trying to do is give students at the master’s level a new type of training experience,” University of Saskatchewan space scientist Kathryn McWilliams said. 378 more words

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Justin Gryba left to serve two years less a day for making, possessing child porn

*Warning: disturbing content

A Saskatoon judge said words could not express the “sheer quantity and vile nature” of the videos and images found on the computer of child porn offender Justin Gryba, but added “there is hope for him” when he sent the 27-year-old back to jail for two years less a day. 661 more words

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Co-creator of Sask.-based gas price-tracking website moving on after nearly two decades

Sixteen years after launching GasBuddy.com, the co-creator of the popular Saskatchewan-based website is moving on.

Jason Toews confirmed Thursday that he’s leaving the gas price-tracking website he helped create. 167 more words