Toronto man charged with assault in alleged attack on newspaper photographer

Toronto police have made an arrest in an alleged assault on a newspaper photographer in the city’s downtown. It happened last…

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‘Why did you do this?’: Muslim man reels after being attacked while walking home from Saskatoon mosque

Abu Sheikh says he has a simple question for the driver who tried to run him over on the sidewalk. …

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Junior hockey players organize memorial hockey tournament for late Humboldt Broncos friends

A group of junior hockey players will host a charity tournament this weekend in St. Albert to honour friends killed…

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Support workers doling out pills in nursing homes are under-qualified, some health professionals say

​After being a nurse for over 30 years specializing in seniors’ care, Monya Johnson, 65, is enjoying retirement near Morrisburg, Ont. But,…

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Trans Mountain protesters decry ‘Justin Trudeau memorial pipeline’ in Burnaby, B.C.

Around 100 people protested at a Trans Mountain work site against the pipeline’s expansion on Saturday in Burnaby, B.C., and…

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Edmontonians explore eco homes on cross-city tour

Edmontonians curious about sustainable building practices toured across the city Saturday, checking out eco-friendly homes. The 2018 Eco-Solar Home Tour…

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Edmonton couple capture Syrian refugee crisis in harrowing new play

Aksam Alyousef and Amena Shehab have three children. They call Hagar — a new play exploring a mother’s anguish during the…

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Floods, wildfires spark evacuation concerns from some northern Albertans

After a spring of flooding followed by wildfires, some residents of Mackenzie County are concerned about their ability to quickly evacuate…

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Calgary votes to ban public pot consumption

Calgary’s city council has voted to ban the consumption of cannabis in public places once pot is legalized, similar to…

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Oilpatch eager to ship more oil by rail as pipeline capacity at limit

With no capacity to spare on pipelines out of Alberta, oilpatch leaders are desperately waiting for when they’ll be able to…

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