19-year-old Edmonton man’s death at Leduc County house party ruled homicide

The death of a 19-year-old Edmonton man at a Leduc County house party last month has been ruled a homicide. At around 2:05 a.m. on Thursday, June 18, RCMP were called to a home in Leduc County where officers found…

MS Bike tour virtual fundraiser with Edmonton’s Woodshed Burgers and Workshop Eatery

The MS Bike tour from Leduc to Camrose couldn’t happen this year due to COVID-19, so spokesperson Patrycia Rzechowka and her partner Paul Shufelt, who owns Woodshed Burgers and Workshop Eatery in Edmonton, joined us to talk about a foody…

Blackfalds residents describe shooting scene that ended in death along QEII

May 7 2020 8:00pm Blackfalds, Alta. residents who witnessed Wednesday’s shooting involving RCMP share what they saw before the suspect fled north, where he died during a shootout with RCMP near Edmonton. Fletcher Kent reports from central Alberta. ‘ });…

Shooting involving RCMP leads to closure of QEII south of Edmonton

May 6 2020 2:00pm Breanna Karstens-Smith reports live from the QEII near the Highway 2A turnoff in Leduc, where a police shooting happened Wednesday morning. ‘ }); } else { var rel_id = svp.releaseInfo.contentId+””; if( typeof gnca_social_share_collection[rel_id] != “object” )…

Leduc letting local state of emergency lapse to avoid ‘redundancy’ with provincial COVID-19 measures

The state of local emergency that Leduc declared last month because of the COVID-19 crisis will be allowed to lapse on Monday, but a city official says residents should know that “does not mean the risk is gone.” “While we…

City of Leduc announces measures to help residents, businesses hurting financially over COVID-19 pandemic

Three weeks after Leduc declared a local state of emergency over the coronavirus pandemic, the city announced new measures it says are aimed at helping those in the community facing financial troubles because of COVID-19. “Council has clearly heard that…

City of Leduc temporarily lays off 100 casual employees amid COVID-19 crisis

Citing facility closures and service adjustments amid the COVID-19 public health crisis, the City of Leduc announced Tuesday that it has temporarily laid off 100 casual city employees, effective April 18. “Over the course of the pandemic, we have had…