Why killing Alberta’s carbon tax could kill Kinder Morgan pipeline

The federal government announced last week it’s willing to put its money where its mouth has long been in supporting the…

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Winnipeg man flies nearly 3,000 km in wrong direction after getting on wrong flight to Arctic

A Winnipeg man says a weekend flight to the Arctic ended up being the longest flight of his life after…

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Witness recounts horrific scene of Jasper collision that killed 6 people

Warning: This story contains graphic content As he rushed to help victims of a horrific highway crash, Gagan Sidhu saw a body…

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Runaway tortoise’s big Edmonton adventure has a happy ending

Torty the tortoise may have been seeking adventure, making its getaway from an urban Edmonton backyard last week. No one know…

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How surviving cancer helped former Kid in The Hall Scott Thompson confront his fear of standup

Finally, Scott Thompson feels free to do standup comedy. The former Kids In The Hall cast member and comic says…

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Man’s body found at Edmonton paper recycling depot

Recycling truck workers in Edmonton found a man’s body Thursday morning in a load of paper and cardboard. After stopping…

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Edmonton Alberta Weather & News

China’s Bitmain Technologies is eyeing bitcoin mining sites in Quebec, a company spokesperson told Reuters, as expectations of a potential Chinese…

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‘Angry fire’ destroys historic Cape Breton inn in Baddeck

An early-morning fire has destroyed the main building at the historic Inverary Resort in Baddeck, N.S. The Inn has been…

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Edmonton man who intervened in attack on London Drugs clerk receives police commission award

Steve Lount will always remember the December night when a man at a west–end London Drugs store held a clerk against her will…

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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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