Scheer firm on leaving abortion debate closed ahead of party policy vote on the subject

The abortion debate has divided Canadians for decades, especially within the Conservative Party, and that’s precisely why Andrew Scheer says he’s staunchly…

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UCP says it held government to account, despite refusal to vote on abortion clinic bill

United Conservative Party House leader Jason Nixon said his caucus held the government to account last session even when repeatedly…

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Alberta Métis push for self-government agreement by 2019

The Métis Nation of Alberta (MNA) says it hopes to settle outstanding and inherent issues concerning their people’s rights to harvest and govern…

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In search of cleaner coal, scientists lace lake with toxic element

In tiny doses, selenium is not just good for you, but essential. All animals require trace amounts of this somewhat obscure element…

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Young Indigenous girl hits the track and the high notes

Christina Hollingworth rocks back and forth, tapping her feet rhythmically as she nestles the shot between her neck and her…

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Why so few people on Six Nations reserve have clean running water, unlike their neighbours

For years, Dawn Martin-Hill couldn’t drink the water that comes out of her tap without boiling it first. She’s lived…

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Mayor wants to prevent cannabis use in core of downtown Grande Prairie

Grande Prairie Mayor Bill Given wants to prevent the consumption of cannabis along several blocks of the city’s downtown core…

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Edmonton Alberta Weather & News

The Edmonton Oilers are toiling near the bottom of the NHL standings with a record of 17-20-3 and will have…

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