Wildfire continues to threaten Waterton Lakes National Park but doesn’t grow in size

Rain fell across southern Alberta overnight Saturday, except in the area where it was needed most — around Waterton Lakes…

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Air Inuit passengers kept at airport for 4 hours following false bomb threat

Air Inuit passengers were kept at the Puvirnituq and Inukjuak airports in Nunavik, Que., for several hours on Wednesday after a…

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Mini autonomous sailboat embarks on lonely race across the Atlantic

It is, perhaps, one of the slowest races in the world. And even though the annual competition is in its…

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New Keystone XL route in Nebraska gets environmental OK

A new planned route for TransCanada’s Keystone XL pipeline through Nebraska would not have a major impact on the state’s…

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No need for seatbelts on school buses, says Transport Canada

A new directive for seatbelts on highway buses does not need to include school buses, says Transport Canada. Transport Canada…

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Edmonton Transit Service highlights history at 40th anniversary LRT celebration

Public transit enthusiasts didn’t need a ticket to get a behind-the-scenes look at Edmonton’s light-rail-transit system on Saturday. Edmonton’s LRT…

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Motive in Mississauga restaurant bombing still a mystery as police continue investigation

The owner of Bombay Bhel will spend part of his Saturday meeting with Peel police as officers continue to investigate…

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Former Ontario PC leader Patrick Brown seeks $8M in defamation suit vs. CTV

Lawyers representing former Ontario Progressive Conservative leader Patrick Brown on Monday filed a statement of claim in Superior Court against CTV, which…

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Epipen and EpiPen Jr. in short supply, no alternatives available

EpiPen injectors used to treat life-threatening allergic reactions are currently running short, and EpiPen Jr. products may soon do the…

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