Accused pedophile awaiting extradition faced trial in 1994 in Sioux Lookout

When Jack Wicksey worked as a house counsellor at a Sioux Lookout, Ont., boarding home for First Nations students he…

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Third Albertan in 2 weeks wins lottery jackpot

For the third time in two weeks, a lottery jackpot has landed in Alberta. Thursday’s Daily Grand jackpot was won…

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‘The guy wouldn’t hurt a fly’: Musician killed in Fredericton shooting remembered as affable, loving dad

A local bass player has been identified as one of four people shot and killed by a gunman on Fredericton’s…

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‘It was massive’: Survival stories emerge in wake of deadly tornado in Alonsa, Man.

As the clean up started for Friday evening’s tornado in Alonsa, Man., stories of how the community rallied together to…

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Ontario formally requests $200M from Ottawa for asylum seeker costs

Ontario’s new Progressive Conservative government has formally requested $200 million from Ottawa to cover the costs of dealing with asylum…

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Robert Latimer, convicted of killing his disabled daughter, applies for pardon

Robert Latimer is applying to Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Justice Minister Jody Wilson-Raybould for either a pardon or a new trial…

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Elder from Arctic Bay calls for more housing for patients in Iqaluit

An elder from Arctic Bay, Nunavut, is raising concerns about the availability of rooms for people travelling to Iqaluit for…

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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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Hate-motivated crimes likely under-reported in Alberta, police say

A figure in a dark hoodie walked away from the Edson mosque while holding a jerrycan, presumably responsible for the…

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Edmonton skin cancer survivor urges others to protect themselves from the sun

These days, Sheila O’Kelly doesn’t go anywhere without her hat and sunscreen. She’s recovering from a form of skin cancer…

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