Tories attack plan for temporary housing at Quebec border crossing

The federal government is planning to build temporary housing for up to 520 people at a Quebec border crossing that…

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Edmonton ISIS recruits laid groundwork for aspiring foreign fighters, expert says

Three Edmonton ISIS recruits were part of the first group of travellers who laid the groundwork for others to travel…

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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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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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K-Days experiment tests whether fairgoers have taste for local food and drink

K-Days took a turn toward local food and beer for this year’s festival and, with two days left for the…

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‘It’s old fashioned and I like that’: Sask. dairy approved to sell milk directly from farmyard

It used to be a common practice to buy milk directly from small dairies. For Martha Froese-Kooijenga, being able to…

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Edmonton city bus drivers put to the test at annual skills competition

Edmonton city bus drivers got to show off their skills in an obstacle course on Saturday at the annual Transit Skills Bus…

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Oldest lizard fossil fills evolutionary ‘missing link’

A finger-sized fossilized creature found in the Italian Alps is the earliest lizard ever discovered, a new study suggests, filling a…

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Northern Alberta hamlet on alert as wildfire danger rises in Fort McMurray, Lac La Biche areas

This week’s parched conditions have sparked multiple forest fires in northern Alberta, pushing the wildfire threat to extreme in the…

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Edmonton’s new goat co-ordinator ‘humbled and excited’ to get gig

Two things helped Joy Lakhan land her new job as the City of Edmonton’s goat boss: an environmental science education…

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