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Snoop Dog chose to carry the Olympic torch

Snoop Dogg will be participating in this year’s Olympics by carrying the Olympic torch. He is set to parade the flame through Paris ahead of the opening ceremony on Friday. Expressing his excitement on social media, Snoop Dogg posted several

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Loads of money.
Edmonton

Bank of Canada reduces key interest rate

The Bank of Canada announced today a reduction in its key interest rate to 4.5%. Governor Tiff Macklem indicated during a news conference that further cuts may be considered if inflation continues to decline. Concerns arose in May when inflation

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Wildfire smoke on Highway 15
Alberta

Rise of the rainfall

Today’s smoke looks pretty similar to yesterday with just a bit of a colder morning due to windy periods Today we will have a high of 24° at 5 PM and a low of 19° closer to midnight for a

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St. Albert.
Edmonton

St. Albert pausing all non-essential municipal water use

The city of St. Albert is implementing water use restrictions, pausing non-essential activities such as hydrant flushing, non-emergency sewer flushing, street sweeping, dust abatements, pool filling, park watering, firefighter training and washing City of St. Albert fleet vehicles. The restrictions

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Jasper being evacuated. Courtesy of Jordan Fjellner on X
Alberta

Not the last smoke

Today’s smoke is looking a bit worse than yesterday Today we will have a high of 34° at 4 PM and a low of 24 closer to midnight, calling for yet another sweaty night. Edmonton has activated their extreme heat response with

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Wildfire smoke on Highway 15
Alberta

The smoke awakens

Today is another smoky day. Today we will have a high of 34° at 4 PM and a low of 24 closer to midnight, calling for yet another sweaty night. Edmonton has activated their extreme heat response with temperatures expected to go

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A WestJet aircraft
Alberta

Microsoft outage disrupts flights, media and hospitals

On Friday morning, a widespread technology outage severely disrupted critical services across Canada, impacting flights, hospitals, and media operations. Cybersecurity experts at CrowdStrike identified a faulty update targeting computers running Microsoft Windows as the root cause. Fortunately, systems using Mac

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