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Car thefts in Canada decrease

Auto thefts in Canada have shown a notable decrease of 17 percent compared to last year, according to a recent report by Equite Association. In the first half of 2024, Alberta reported a 5 percent reduction in auto thefts, although

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Edmonton

Rogue heat and thunderstorms

Today we will have a high of 29° at 3 PM and a low of 22 closer to midnight. This evening the high of 29° will stick around until 6 and we’ll have mainly sunny conditions. Edmonton has activated their

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Alberta

City of Edmonton activates extreme heat response

The City of Edmonton has activated its Extreme Weather Response as temperatures are expected to rise once again. Effective immediately, the city is providing 24-hour access to water at bottle filling stations located near fire hydrants throughout Edmonton. Peace officers

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Edmonton

These low 30’s aren’t solo

Today is the day we get back some temperature like last week. This evening will be around 16° and partly sunny remaining partly cloudy overnight. Edmonton has activated their extreme heat response with temperatures expected to go into the 30’s

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Canada

Costco increasing their annual membership fees after 6 years

Costco Wholesale Corp. announced yesterday that it will be increasing annual membership fees for its Canadian and US markets this fall, effective September 1st. The decision was revealed alongside the company’s June sales results. Under the new fee structure, individual,

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Alberta

Revenge of the scorching heat

We will hit a high of 25° at 4 PM and start to decline around 6 PM. Temperatures are set to moderate for most of Alberta on Friday and stay in the low to mid 20’s during the weekend. The

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Alberta

Attack of the heat wave

We will hit a high of 27° at 2 PM. It will start to get a little less warm (not by much at all) around 7 PM Environment Canada has issued heat warnings for nearly all of Alberta, with the

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