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The Edmonton Sun delivers a mash-up of local and international news to thousands of subscribers' doorsteps, driveways, and mailboxes every day of the week. Fill each morning with a publication that elucidates issues of municipal and national importance and endeavours to answer the questions of our time, such as "What is today's weather?" and "When is the next robot uprising scheduled?" The sports section features extensive in-depth coverage of the Oilers, while the entertainment pages include reviews of the latest musical acts to hit the scene and exposés of the latest celebrities to hit the skids. On the opinion page, a roster of silver-penned columnists provides valuable insights that can be parroted, tailored, or subverted at cocktail parties. Subscribers also find the latest information on tech, money, and the happenings of Edmonton within the photo-filled folds of the Sun.
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As a member of the expansive Sun Publications network, the Edmonton Sun presents an extensive coverage of sports, entertainment, and local and international news in a reader-friendly format, and is the only local Edmonton newspaper currently publishing on Sunday. Extensive analysis and opinion pieces accompany reporting on Albertan, Canadian, and world politics, and stories zeroing in on technology, entertainment, and culture chronicle the ever-changing challenges of modern life. The paper’s e-format displays on tablets and mobile devices, presenting an easier-to-digest publication than thumbing through pages of smudged newsprint or swallowing information in pill form. In addition to consistent updates on the regional economy and international events, the photo-filled pages of the Sun recount colourful human-interest tales as well as celebrity news and hockey and football triumphs.