‘Frankly horrifying’: Edmonton hate crimes unit investigates swath of graffiti swastikas

A string of swastika graffiti was found in a west Edmonton neighbourhood, including on the grounds of the local Hebrew…

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Edmonton Alberta Weather & News

Most Edmontonians wouldn’t last five minutes wearing flip-flops and a bathing suit in -20 C weather. But one group is…

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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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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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12-year-old girl found dead in California was from Waterloo, reports say

Officials have identified a 12-year-old Canadian girl as the victim of a deadly boat accident in California. The San Diego…

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Edmonton Alberta Weather & News

On a freezing cold day 40 years ago, Toronto got its first glimpse of the next chapter in its streetcar…

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Suncor cuts oilsands production guidance to reflect Syncrude outage

Suncor Energy Inc. is chopping its 2018 production guidance to account for a lengthy outage at the Syncrude oilsands mine…

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28 rafters rescued from North Saskatchewan River near Rocky Mountain House

Twenty-eight people had to be rescued this weekend after their rafts got stuck in trees in the North Saskatchewan River near…

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3 people missing after tumbling into B.C.’s Shannon Falls

Police say a search is underway for three people who reportedly fell into the waters of Shannon Falls Provincial Park and…

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Manitoba premier drops night-hunt ban news in party fundraiser speech

The Manitoba government appears set to ban hunting with spotlights — a practice that Premier Brian Pallister said last year…

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