Oilsands workers, Fort McMurray leaders disappointed with Trans Mountain setback

At a Fort McMurray diner on Friday, many customers sipped coffee and swallowed their disappointment as they discussed a federal court…

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‘He advised me that he had killed his wife’: David Woods’ former lawyer

A Saskatchewan man appealing his first degree murder conviction admitted privately to his former lawyer that he did it, according…

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Edmonton police on track to hire new chief by October 2018

The search for a new Edmonton police chief has yielded more than 10 applicants from a small pool of senior officers…

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The Trans Mountain court ruling would have us accept a moral duty we can’t yet meet

For those of us long obsessed with the Trans Mountain telenovela, this Tsleil-Waututh Nation v. Canada ruling was the plot…

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How the killer whale became the Achilles heel of Trans Mountain pipeline approval

It’s been a summer of dramatic killer whale news — from a mother holding up her dead calf for 17 days in…

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Edmonton day camp for children with disabilities, chronic illness receives funding boost

An Edmonton day camp for children with disabilities and chronic illnesses has received the funding necessary to continue in the future.  Andrée Vincent…

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Ex-employees at Canadian Forces bases charged in thefts, fraud totalling $160,000

Two former civilian employees at Canadian Forces bases in Alberta and Ontario are facing charges of theft and fraud following…

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Northland schools hires family wellness workers to help boost attendance

Students returning to school in northern Alberta next week will have the additional support of ten new family wellness workers. It’s part…

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Manitoba RCMP officer rushed to hospital after shots fired

An RCMP officer has been rushed to hospital after shots were fired Wednesday night in western Manitoba. The incident happened near…

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Worker killed at WCB building hit by garage door

A man who died in the Workers’ Compensation Board building Aug. 17 was killed from being hit by an overhead door,…

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