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A smiling David Dodge holds a camera and microphone in front of an array of solar panels
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Decade of renewable-energy stories fuels David Dodge's optimism

After 310 episodes of Green Energy Futures, David Dodge is still optimistic about society's ability to address climate change, especially as low-carbon power becomes more affordable.

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Three scanned in copies of newspapers from 2005, 2009, and 2011
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Alberta Street News preserved for future generations

Back issues of Alberta Street News and its predecessor, Edmonton Street News, have been digitally preserved, ensuring the history of a newspaper born to give a voice and income to marginalized people will live on.

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A newspaper clipping with the headline "Edmonton Bulletin Ends Publication"
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A moment in history: Jan. 20, 1951

On this day 71 years ago, On this day in 1951, Alberta's first newspaper was going to press for its final few issues. The Edmonton Bulletin was established in 1880 by businessmen Frank Oliver and Alex Taylor.

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The Edmonton Made and EDify Magazine logos
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Edify acquires Edmonton Made from Explore Edmonton

Edify Magazine announced on Oct. 25 that it has acquired the Edmonton Made program from Explore Edmonton. Terms were not disclosed.

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The Tomato's 25th anniversary cover
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The Tomato turns 25

The Tomato celebrates a milestone this month as it reaches twenty-five years in business. The first issue debuted in September/October 1996.

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Edmontonians among Western Living’s Foodies of the Year
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Edmontonians among Western Living’s Foodies of the Year

Western Living released its 14th annual Foodies of the Year list, and though it is heavily represented by candidates from B.C., several Edmontonians were recognized for their contributions to the local food scene.

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Blank page greets Edmonton newspaper readers
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Blank page greets Edmonton newspaper readers

A campaign by Canada's biggest newspapers to require Google and Facebook to pay them for distributing their news appears to be getting traction with the federal government.

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Alberta's Nemeth report swiftly condemned by Canadian Association of Journalists
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Alberta's Nemeth report swiftly condemned by Canadian Association of Journalists

The Canadian Association of Journalists (CAJ) is condemning the Nemeth report, produced as part of the Alberta government's $3.5 million inquiry into international opposition to the oilsands.

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'Blow to transparency' as media, public lose access to Edmonton police scanner
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'Blow to transparency' as media, public lose access to Edmonton police scanner

Media outlets and the public no longer have access to the Edmonton Police Service scanner after radio communications were moved to an encrypted system.

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