Employee injured in explosion at Grande Prairie salvage yard

A worker at a salvage yard in Grande Prairie was taken to hospital Saturday morning after a propane tank exploded at…

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Inmate’s sister ‘very disgusted’ after 7 overdoses at London, Ont., jail

The sister of an inmate who died from an apparent overdose at the Elgin-Middlesex Detention Centre earlier this year says…

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Carr says he expected in April Canada was going to have to buy the pipeline

Natural Resources Minister Jim Carr says he knew almost the moment he heard Kinder Morgan was pressing the pause button…

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Amazon to bring 1,000 jobs to Ottawa with new warehouse

Online retail giant Amazon is set to make a major investment in Ottawa, with a warehouse that will employ roughly…

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Alberta athletics association almost creates parity for female, male runners

The Alberta Schools Athletics Association (ASAA) stepped toward gender equity in cross-country running this past weekend — sort of. Female…

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RCMP find remains of missing Fort McMurray man

Family members say the RCMP has found the remains of a missing Fort McMurray man who was last seen alive two months ago. RCMP issued a press release…

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Gas prices spike and Canadians keep filling up

Gas prices keep climbing across the country, yet Canadians show no sign of slowing down how much gas and diesel…

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First Nations leaders debate Trudeau commitment to Indigenous rights

The Trudeau government’s commitment to finding new ways to recognize and strengthen Indigenous rights in Canada is facing a major…

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Woman, 70, with Alzheimer’s, missing in southeast Edmonton

Edmonton police are asking for help in finding a 70-year-old  woman who has Alzheimer’s disease. Karen Noel was last seen in…

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Sask. licensing body vice-president admits semi driver rules ‘not good enough’

A Saskatchewan Government Insurance executive admits the rules governing semi driver training are inadequate. “We’ve been very proactive since July…

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