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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Amateurs welcome to dig for dinosaurs in northern Alberta

A creek-side area in northern Alberta is such a rich deposit of dinosaur bones, even an amateur could find one. And,…

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Candidate seeks injunction to delay Ontario’s plans to slash Toronto city council

A lawyer vying for a spot on Toronto city council is taking legal action to delay Ontario’s plans to redraw the city’s political map. …

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Young Indigenous girl hits the track and the high notes

Christina Hollingworth rocks back and forth, tapping her feet rhythmically as she nestles the shot between her neck and her…

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Virtue and Moir, Chris Hadfield, Seth Rogen to join Canada’s Walk of Fame

Movie star Seth Rogen, Olympic medallists Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir, and retired astronaut Chris Hadfield are joining Canada’s Walk…

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Edmonton man charged in $5.5 million Ponzi scheme

Edmonton police say they have uncovered a multi-million dollar Ponzi scheme involving hundreds of fraudulent mortgage loans.  Police allege Timothy Carruthers…

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3 family members charged after alleged kidnapping, assault in Kingston, Ont.

Investigators say three family members have been charged after a woman was allegedly kidnapped and abused for nearly a year.…

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Conservatives support single tax form for Quebecers

Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer says he would begin negotiations with Quebec to allow the province to have a single income…

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Picture-perfect iceberg dazzles on Newfoundland’s Bonavista Peninsula

Crowds are flocking to the beaches of Upper Amherst Cove, on Newfoundland’s Bonavista Peninsula this week to get a look…

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Police investigated Bruce McArthur for months before telling public there was no evidence of serial killer

When Toronto police told the public in December that there was no evidence of a serial killer operating in Toronto’s…

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