Edmonton Sun Two men beat a Calgary mother with a hockey stick in road rage: Police 2016-12-09T00:29:55.000000Z Calgary police are searching for two men after a woman was beaten in full view of her child during a random incident of road rage on Wednesday. NHLers at the Olympics? Don't hold your breath 2016-12-09T00:27:25.000000Z PALM BEACH, Fla. — How do you say “We’re not going to the Olympics” without using the actual words “We’re not going to the Olympics”? 70-year-old Edmonton driver fined after he struck, killed 88-year-old woman 2016-12-09T00:23:51.000000Z A 70-year-old Edmonton man who killed an elderly woman when he ran over her while backing out of a downtown parking stall was fined $1,500 Thursday. FRANK FONTANA's Northlands Favourites 2016-12-09T00:11:12.000000Z FRANK FONTANA's Northlands favourites Irfan Sabir won't resign, says he's 'absolutely' done a good job, launches child-death review panel [Video] 2016-12-09T00:08:51.000000Z Human Services Minister Irfan Sabir is scheduled to make a noon statement about challenges facing, and actions to improve, Alberta’s child intervention system.The official opposition has called for his resignation after revelations his department failed to give the RCMP an internal report ab... Province introduces dental fee guide to take a bite out of higher bills [Video] 2016-12-09T00:05:44.000000Z A review of dental fees in Alberta released Thursday has confirmed what patients like Ambrose Blum have long suspected – prices are significantly higher and skyrocketing faster than anywhere else in Canada.“It’s like fixing a car,” said Blum, adding high fees prompted him to having his teeth ... Nude selfies snapped as collateral for Chinese loan sharks leaked online 2016-12-08T23:55:43.000000Z More than 150 nude selfies of poor young women indebted to sleazy Chinese loan sharks have been leaked online. Oilers prospect Dillon Simpson makes NHL debut against Flyers 2016-12-08T23:52:56.000000Z Edmonton Journal School boards must oppose rising Islamist ideology 2016-12-08T23:45:12.000000Z Since last week’s column about Canada’s schools turning into mosques, I have received a flood of emails from people concerned about such an outcome. OPEC deal to cut oil production unlikely to stick, analysts tell Edmonton conference 2016-12-08T23:42:15.000000Z The recent increase in oil prices and OPEC's plan to cut production won't fix the petroleum industry's underlying problems, an American expert said at a conference in Edmonton Thursday.