Power surge knocks out Jasper SkyTram, stranding 160

Some 160 people were rescued by helicopter after a power surge shut down the Jasper SkyTram Monday night, stranding them at the…

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Regimental funeral to be held Aug. 18 for 2 Fredericton officers killed in shooting

A regimental funeral will be held next week to honour the lives of the two Fredericton Police Force officers killed…

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Edmonton’s Boler enthusiasts hit the road for ultimate celebration

Boler owners are the first to admit that they’re crazy about their egg-shaped fibreglass trailers.  “It’s sort of, jokingly, a…

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Plane crash sends 5 to hospital after Abbotsford Airshow

Five people have been injured after a small plane associated with the Abbotsford Airshow crashed into the airfield at the Abbotsford International…

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Edmonton’s Cariwest festival lives it up on roomy legislature grounds

Edmonton festivals are taking advantage of the relocated site at the Alberta legislature grounds this year, prompting many to compare the…

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Edmonton Alberta Weather & News

The Edmonton Oilers staggered into the desert with three straight losses and only one victory in eight games — and…

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UCP says it held government to account, despite refusal to vote on abortion clinic bill

United Conservative Party House leader Jason Nixon said his caucus held the government to account last session even when repeatedly…

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Teenaged Syrian refugee ‘saved the day’ after rescuing toddler from Hamilton rooftop

When Khalid Tabateb saw a toddler walking unsteadily along the edge of a Hamilton rooftop he didn’t stop to think. He…

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Alberta Métis push for self-government agreement by 2019

The Métis Nation of Alberta (MNA) says it hopes to settle outstanding and inherent issues concerning their people’s rights to harvest and govern…

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‘The guy wouldn’t hurt a fly’: Musician killed in Fredericton shooting remembered as affable, loving dad

A local bass player has been identified as one of four people shot and killed by a gunman on Fredericton’s…

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