Toronto man charged with assault in alleged attack on newspaper photographer

Toronto police have made an arrest in an alleged assault on a newspaper photographer in the city’s downtown. It happened last…

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Trudeau government started pressing Saudis to release Badawi long before Twitter flap

The Trudeau government has been bringing up the case of imprisoned Saudi blogger Raif Badawi​ privately at high levels with Saudi Arabian…

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Ryan Straschnitzki returns to the ice for 1st time since Humboldt Broncos bus crash

Ryan Straschnitzki was back on the ice Friday, for the first time since the tragic bus crash that changed his life.…

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NDP pushes Trudeau to come up with funding plan for Greyhound

The federal NDP is urging Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to develop a funding plan that would preserve Greyhound Canada’s bus…

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Inventory up, prices down in Edmonton real estate market

The number of Edmonton single family homes, condominiums and duplexes on the market stood at 7,680 in June, an increase of…

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A handful boycotting Ottawa July 4th party in protest of Trump policies

A cosier, more modest Fourth of July party than usual is scheduled for the U.S. ambassador’s residence in Ottawa tonight…

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Three inmates at large after escape from Red Deer Remand Centre

Central Alberta RCMP are searching for three inmates who escaped from the Red Deer Remand Centre Monday night. Four men escaped from…

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CBC Alberta reporters scoop up 5 national awards for outstanding journalism

CBC reporters from Alberta claimed five national awards for outstanding journalism at the Radio Television Digital News Association awards gala in…

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Party leaders to square off in 1st debate ahead of Ontario election

​The leaders of Ontario’s three main political parties will square off on the same stage for the first time Monday,…

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Why so few people on Six Nations reserve have clean running water, unlike their neighbours

For years, Dawn Martin-Hill couldn’t drink the water that comes out of her tap without boiling it first. She’s lived…

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