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Hey, I’m a victim of crime

By Alain Saffel YegNews.com I became a victim of an unreported crime until, well, I reported it. On my way to an appointment I went to open my car’s driver door only to discover that the lock had been punched out. Nice. Since I had my camera with me I snapped some quick shots of [...]

Dave S. Clark YegNews Police are now investigating a Tuesday morning fire on the city’s south side that killed two people and displaced 59 others. The blaze started around 12:30 a.m. on Tuesday morning at the Bethany Senior Citizens Home on 99 Street and 83 Avenue. Fire crews determined that the fire was deliberately set, [...]

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By Scott McKeen YegNews A north end community refuses to turn a blind eye to the crime and grime in a notorious alleyway. From this point forward, there will be eyes on the alley east of 82nd Street, between 121st and 122nd avenues. The eyes are those of watchful local citizens, whose likenesses will be [...]

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By Scott McKeen I’m not dead yet. Chances are, if you are reading this, you’re still breathing on your own, too. Our collective state of animation might surprise the rest of Canada, though, given the way our city is billed these days. Edmonton: Murder Capital of Canada. Sigh. It is human nature, I suppose, to [...]

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