Giant farm equipment tires got the wheels turning for Alberta farmer-turned-inventor

To invent, as Thomas Edison once said, you just need a good imagination and a pile of junk. For Alberta…

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Homicide confirmed in northeast Edmonton shooting

A man found critically injured, lying in the street in northeast Edmonton was the victim of a homicide, police confirmed Wednesday.…

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Judge lifts publication ban on details of deadly Fredericton shooting

A New Brunswick judge has lifted a publication ban on previously reported details about the Fredericton shooting a week ago that claimed…

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Woman removed from Air Canada flight after crew wrongly believed her rash was contagious

An Edmonton woman visiting Halifax says she was removed from an Air Canada flight after the crew wrongly assumed she…

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Halifax Saudi student ordered to leave Canada by the end of August

A Saudi university student living in Halifax says he’s devastated his country has ordered him to leave the city he…

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‘It was always a dream of mine’: Sherwood Park hockey player inks NHL deal

A 20-year-old hockey player from Sherwood Park will be starting his next season with the NHL. Left winger Skyler McKenzie signed…

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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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Blue carbon is the billion-dollar resource you’ve never heard of

The Bay of Fundy may soon be known for more than its powerful tides. Instead, the plants and mud in the…

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Edmonton Sikh parade draws tens of thousands to Mill Woods neighbourhood

The streets of Edmonton’s Mill Woods neighbourhood were flooded with parade floats and tens of thousands of people from the…

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How Jeremy Quaile’s suicide changed the way I behave on social media

These are not my thoughts on a dog that suffered and died in a hot car last July. These are…

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