from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.
- The capital of Alberta, Canada, in the central part of the province north of Calgary. It was founded in 1795 as a fort and trading post of the Hudson's Bay Company and grew with the development of the petroleum industry in the mid-1900s.
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- proper noun Provincial capital city of
- proper noun An area of north
London, United Kingdom.
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- noun the capital of the province of Alberta
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EDMONTON - Prominent Edmonton businessman Michael Ritter told the young staff of his trust company he was the victim of a conspiracy by police and the government -- and some of them believed it.
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EDMONTON - Defence lawyers went to federal court in Edmonton Tuesday to try to force a review of the government's refusal to repatriate Omar Khadr, the Canadian accused of killing an American soldier in a firefight in Afghanistan and now held in the U.S. military prison at
EDMONTON - The manager of an Edmonton semi-pro baseball team has resigned in the wake of a homophobic tirade directed at an openly gay umpire.
EDMONTON - On the eve of Omar Khadr's terrorism trial in Guantanamo, Edmonton defence lawyer Dennis Edney said he met with the Canadian prisoner to try to convince him not to boycott the proceedings.
EDMONTON - Police are investigating after an Edmonton woman's cat was found dead and mutilated this week.
EDMONTON - Thirty-six years before he shot two men in an Edmonton car dealership, Dave Burns stabbed a Winnipeg teen in the heart after a fight over spilled beer and a torn shirt.
EDMONTON - After falling short at the Canadian Olympic curling trials in Edmonton in December, Carter Rycroft expressed a feeling of emptiness in not being able to don the country's colours at the Vancouver Games.
EDMONTON - The thoughts of staff at an Edmonton car dealership where two employees were fatally shot are now on whether a third worker who was hit will survive life-threatening wounds.
EDMONTON - Bus driver Tom Bregg is permanently blind in his left eye and may never drive again, an Edmonton court heard during sentencing arguments for the man who nearly stomped him to death.