‘It’s old fashioned and I like that’: Sask. dairy approved to sell milk directly from farmyard

It used to be a common practice to buy milk directly from small dairies. For Martha Froese-Kooijenga, being able to…

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Worker killed at WCB building hit by garage door

A man who died in the Workers’ Compensation Board building Aug. 17 was killed from being hit by an overhead door,…

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State of emergency extended as 2018 becomes worst B.C. wildfire season on record

The B.C. government has extended the provincial state of emergency because of wildfires that have now burned more area than…

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1 in 6 Canadians struggling with finances, Angus Reid survey finds

More than a quarter of Canadians are already facing serious financial hardship, according to the findings of a new study…

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Banff couple say they’ve secured half of $600M needed to build Banff passenger train

If you don’t have the use of a car, chances are Greyhound’s announcement this week might have rattled your travel plans. …

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‘It’s really hard right now’: Calgary couple struggles with infant son’s rare skin disease

It’s a painstaking ritual Suzanne Lamb and Matthew Taylor perform nearly every day on their infant son, Elias. At a…

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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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Felix the cat has 1 less life after being rescued from Assiniboine River ice floe

Felix the cat didn’t get the message to stay off thin ice, so Winnipeg fire-paramedic crews were called in to…

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St. Albert hockey team mourns and remembers 5 former Raiders killed in Humboldt bus crash

Once a Raider, always a Raider. Those words took on a poignant significance this weekend as coaches and players of the St.…

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Fort McMurray mayor will put pipeline delays on the agenda during Trudeau’s visit to the Alberta city

When Justin Trudeau arrives in Fort McMurray Friday morning, the region’s mayor will tell the prime minister that he needs…

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