Tags : Edmonton

Tight political battlegrounds in Alberta

The Alberta provincial election is not until next May but according to political reporter Tyler Dawson the UCP has to shore up a lot of support between now and then. The latest polls suggest the UCP is trailing the NDP in popular support not just in Edmonton but in Calgary as well. Dawson shares the […]Read More

Walk To Breathe fundraiser going virtual

A fundraiser for those with breathing problems has hit a temporary roadblock here in Alberta. The Walk to Breathe initiative was created by an Edmonton man to raise funds for Alberta Lung. As BCN’s Micah Quinn explains, the man says he has to sit out this year’s festivities due to health issues, but is hoping […]Read More

Thirteen-year-old Edmonton girl found safe in Oregon

UPDATE: Lila Smith has been found safe in Oregon. A 41-year-old Oregon male suspect is in custody and will be facing charges of Child Luring and additional charges may follow as the investigation progresses. In the attached Media Release, Edmonton Police Service explains why an AMBER Alert was not issued in this case. https://www.edmontonpolice.ca/…/MissingYouthFound-July2   […]Read More

RunWild event to raise funds for local advocacy centres

A fundraising race is taking place for a good cause on May 15 in Edmonton and through a virtual format. The RunWild event will be raising money for various child and youth centres across Alberta including the Chinook Child and Youth Advocacy Centre in Lethbridge. Over $572,000 has been raised since 2011. As Micah Quinn […]Read More

Pastor Artur Pawlowski back in court next month, attorney says

Calgary street Pastor Artur Pawlowski remains behind bars and his attorney, Sarah Miller, says she and her client will be fighting the recent charges that were laid following the incident that took place near the Coutts Border. Pawlowski’s next court appearance is on Apr.1, and Miller explains some of the challenges he is facing and […]Read More

Lethbridge McMan Centre making a difference in community

The McMan Youth, Family and Community Services Association Drug Treatment Court program has been running in our city for the last year and has seen great success from those who are currently enrolled in the program. Angela Stewart sat down with an official from the centre to talk about the difference they are making in […]Read More

Edmonton MLA Kaycee Madu in hot water

Our legislative reporter and the Alberta Correspondent with the National Post Tyler Dawson talks about how Kaycee Madu had his ministerial duties stripped following a phone call he made to the Edmonton Police Chief after receiving a ticket for distracted driving.  Kaycee Madu says he didn’t call Edmonton Police chief Dale McFee to talk about […]Read More

Alberta Boot Project heads to the legislature

A group calling themselves the Alberta Boot Project made a big step at the Alberta legislature on Monday morning. Boots from healthcare and emergency service workers have been left at the front steps of the legislature. As Micah Quinn explains, organizers of the project say these are the boots of workers who have been forced […]Read More

Alberta pastor speaks about time in jail.

On May 3rd, pastor James Coates from GraceLife Church in Spruce Grove Alberta is going to court for violating our province’s public health restrictions. Bridge City News has an exclusive 15 minute interview with pastor Coates discussing the time he spent in jail and a discussion about his upcoming trial. Pastor Coates says what he […]Read More