Conservative Party releases immigration plan as debate continues

The Conservative Party released what it’s calling a “fair, orderly and compassionate” vision for Canada’s immigration plan, amidst a tense,…

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Suspects arrested after shooting, police chase in northeast Edmonton

Three people are in custody after a high-speed chase during rush hour on Wayne Gretzky Drive Wednesday. Police got a call…

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Downtown water main break interrupts high school diploma exams

Alberta Education says it is working to help any students whose diploma exams were interrupted by a large water main…

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4 youths charged in west Edmonton paving-stone vandalism spree

Four youths have been arrested in connection to a vandalism spree in which paving stones were used to smash windows…

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Classroom violence on the rise, teachers tell Canadian Teachers’ Federation

Teachers across the country say they are increasingly the targets of violence, and the vast majority of incidents involve verbal…

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Edmonton police to march out of uniform in Pride parade

Edmonton police and RCMP officers will not wear their uniforms in the 2018 Edmonton Pride Parade, in what they say…

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Why Facebook is getting in on the dating game — now

As Facebook continues to face questions about its ability to protect the privacy of users’ data in the wake of…

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Toronto condo rents climb 11% in past year as new mortgage rules lock out buyers

The average cost to rent a condominium in the Greater Toronto Area has risen by almost 11 per cent in…

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