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Caley Ramsay

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Edmonton, AB, Canada

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Past articles by Caley:

Lacombe’s giant fishing lure is officially the world’s largest

Well, it's official. Alberta is home to the world's largest fishing lure. → Read More

Northern Alberta bear encounter captured on video

Kelly Betts was working about an hour and a half south of Grande Prairie when he came upon the bear on an oilfield road. → Read More

Alberta’s Jason Kenney to make announcement regarding airports, international travel

Alberta Premier Jason Kenney is scheduled to speak Wednesday morning about new airport measures amid the COVID-19 pandemic. → Read More

Passenger shocked by packed Air Canada flight: ‘I was a little disappointed’

An Edmonton woman who works in health care and flies frequently for work is raising concerns over what she said was a lack of safety precautions taken on her Air Canada flight home from Toronto earlier this week, amid the COVID-19 pandemic. → Read More

How are Canada’s biggest airlines cleaning planes amid coronavirus outbreak?

The spread of the novel coronavirus is top of mind for many Canadians, particularly those who travel. So what are Canada's largest airlines doing in response to the COVID-19 outbreak? → Read More

Edmonton Catholic, public schools cancel more field trips amid coronavirus outbreak

More school trips have been cancelled by Edmonton Public Schools and Edmonton Catholic Schools amid the ongoing outbreak of the novel coronavirus. → Read More

Canadians detained in Ethiopia granted bail: Alberta MP

Edmonton-Strathcona MP and the NDP's international development critic Heather McPherson said she has been keeping a very close eye on the situation and her first priority is the safety of the detainees. → Read More

Charges laid after more than 100 memorial plaques stolen from Edmonton benches

A 46-year-old man has been charged after more than 100 memorial plaques were stolen from city benches. → Read More

Edmonton memorial honours victims of Iran plane crash

A public memorial service will be held in Edmonton Sunday afternoon to honour the lives of the people who died in a plane crash in Iran last Wednesday. → Read More

Edmonton candy store cashes in on bitter cold by offering discount. The colder it is, the bigger the discount

The owner of Sweet Convenience in west Edmonton is offering a cold-weather discount on all bulk candy. The colder it is, the larger the discount. → Read More

Prime minister to make Trans Mountain pipeline announcement in Edmonton

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Natural Resources Minister Amarjeet Sohi will meet with workers at the Trans Mountain Edmonton Terminal on Friday morning. → Read More

High Level, surrounding areas evacuated as wildfire burns in northwestern Alberta

A mandatory evacuation order was issued for parts of Mackenzie County in northwestern Alberta Monday afternoon as an out-of-control wildfire burned in the area. → Read More

3 years after Fort McMurray wildfire, rebuild continues: ‘We just want our home back’

It's been three years since a raging wildfire tore through Fort McMurray and for some, the rebuild continues. → Read More

Watch the 2019 Alberta election live

Watch a live stream of the Global News Alberta election coverage starting at 7 p.m. MT and interact with our live blog. → Read More

Edmonton experiences coldest February in 40 years

February 2019 is going down in the record books as one of the coldest in Edmonton's history. → Read More

Elderly woman allegedly pressured into buying 2 vehicles she couldn’t afford at Alberta dealership

Four employees at a car dealership west of Edmonton have been charged after an elderly woman alleged she was pressured into buying two vehicles she couldn't afford. → Read More

Indigenous group leads northern Alberta rally in support of energy industry

A rally and truck convoy was held in Lac La Biche on Sunday, in support of Alberta's energy industry. → Read More

Medicine Hat man charged in connection with B.C. woman’s death in southern Alberta

A 36-year-old man has been charged with second-degree murder after a 24-year-old woman was found dead in southern Alberta last week. → Read More

Residential blading underway in Edmonton

The City of Edmonton started residential blading on Monday morning in hopes of getting rid of the ice and snow buildup on many neighbourhood streets. → Read More

WATCH LIVE: Grey Cup Parade makes its way through downtown Edmonton

The Grey Cup Parade will make its way through downtown Edmonton on Saturday, Nov. 24. Watch it live right here. → Read More