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  • YEG’s Booming Restaurant Scene

    February 10, 2015 by Jeff Elkerbout

    When many people think of Edmonton, they tend to think of oil, energy, and money, but there is soon to be a newcomer to that list – Edmonton’s evolving restaurant scene. Albertans spent ju...

  • Yamamoto is Looking to Impress

    October 6, 2017 by Jonathan Gauthier

    With the Oilers season underway, Youngster Kailer Yamamoto is a big topic of discussion. Playing on the second line alongside Milan Lucic and Ryan Nugent-Hopkins he is hoping to make an impact. Wayne...

  • Wrestling Scandal Canada Wide

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    Fans of professional wrestling here in Canada were feeling left out after a number of abandoned events. Days before its initial event in Calgary on October 21st, there were reports that Canuck Pro...

  • Women’s Hockey Team Looks to Build Off Championships

    October 31, 2014 by Josh Buchholtz

    The NAIT Ooks Women’s Hockey team is getting ready to defend their championship this season, only this time, they have two consecutive championships to defend. Ooks Head Coach Deanna Iwanicka ta...

  • Winter Driving Conditions Affect Student Commutes

    November 16, 2017 by Amber Palmer

    A busy week for Edmonton police after the first big snow dump of the winter. EPS responded to over 40 accidents Tuesday morning. Troy Lymburner, a Culinary Arts instructor at NAIT, says that he unders...

  • Winter Donations in Critical Need

    November 9, 2017 by Connor Sutherland

    Winter donations are down from last year due to the early snowfall, leaving many homeless people without proper winter supplies. With the temperature in October being above average the sudden blast of...

  • Winter car thefts

    November 16, 2017 by juliette hanauer

    It’s winter again, and car thefts are up.  There were 33 idling vehicles stolen in Edmonton in the first nine days of November.  According to Edmonton police, “One in four vehicles stole...

  • Will the New Government Legalize Marijuana?

    October 23, 2015 by Mariah McDonnell

    With Justin Trudeau’s historic Liberal victory, a big win could be coming for Canada’s marijuana advocates. It’s said that Canada’s access will soon expand from medical to recr...

  • WHL Player Impact

    October 9, 2015 by Sam Vaughan

    The Western Hockey League has implemented a new program for its young players.The athletes will be required to participate in a Player Impact Program in efforts to educate and discuss topics like sexu...

  • West Ed Scare

    March 6, 2015 by Alyssa Petryshyn

    West Edmonton Mall has been named as a potential target of attack for the Muslim extremist group al-Shabab. The group, which was responsible for an attack on a mall in Kenya in 2013, put out a video o...

  • Wellness Wednesday May Not Return

    April 13, 2017 by Bailey O'Boyle

    This week marked the final Wellness Wednesday for the semester.The initiative has been around for a while to help with students’ mental health.Michelle Goulet, Event Coordinator for NAITSA, stat...

  • We Believe in 118th

    March 6, 2015 by Chris Mullen

    Revitalization efforts continue on 118th Ave. The City and the community are working together to improve streets, businesses, and green spaces to foster a community people want to be a part of. As a r...