Coats hang from a rack along the back wall in lost-and-found storage area at Edmonton International Airport. Bins brim with forgotten jewelry, watches and cellphones, and scarves sit on one shelf. Bottles of icewine and Chablis line another, along with a jar of haggis, pocket knives, canisters of bear spray and clutch purses with brass-knuckle handles. Crutches and canes wait to be claimed beside a garbage can full of eyeglasses.
A man who was wanted on a Canada-wide warrant for first-degree murder has been arrested in connection with a stabbing death last year in an Edmonton nightclub. Daryl Pierre Rivest, 42. was taken into custody Friday by Ontario Provincial Police and will be brought back to Edmonton to face charges that include murder and possession of an offensive weapon.
Scientists from around the world are marvelling over a staggering deposit of dinosaur bones in Edmonton that is being likened to a jigsaw puzzle from the Cretaceous period. Discovered in the 1980s and excavated painstakingly by researchers over the last eight summers, the massive bone bed on the southern edge of the city includes the fossilized remains of dozens of different types of dinosaurs that were likely travelling together when they died more than 70 million years ago.
Edmonton police went halfway around the world to retrieve a man wanted for the 2012 sexual assault of a 19-year-old woman. The two officers flew to Australia and back in five days this month to escort 24-year-old Nicholas Lemont back from Sydney, where he was being held by the Australian Federal Police.
New downtown Symphony Tower home to most expensive condo in Edmonton - EDMONTON — It is still more than two years from welcoming residents, but the Symphony Tower is striking the right chord with home buyers in Edmonton.