· The Pulse
  • More than 100 people gathered for the Building Bridges Against Hate walk on March 28. “There is so much sadness,” Serena Mah, a member of Act2End Racism and co-organizer of the event, said in a speech. “(We want) an Edmonton that is safe for everyone.”
  • Home sales in Edmonton are up, with realtors calling it a "seller's market." CTV Edmonton wrote that "there's a new sense of urgency to close on homes, leading to multiple-offer situations," following an interview with local realtor T.J. De Villa.
  • "The Alberta government said Friday it has given the City of Edmonton and Enoch Cree Nation $300,000 to begin planning a provincial park on the 68-hectare parcel of Crown land along the North Saskatchewan River valley," writes CBC News. It's called Big Island, and the aim is for the park to be operational by 2023.
  • GraceLife Church pastor James Coates returned to service on March 28 after he was jailed for refusing to follow public health orders.
  • ATB Financial is closing 10 of its Alberta branches on March 31 and letting go of 13 workers.