Suncor cuts oilsands production guidance to reflect Syncrude outage

Suncor Energy Inc. is chopping its 2018 production guidance to account for a lengthy outage at the Syncrude oilsands mine…

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Chrystia Freeland says plight of stranded White Helmets keeps her ‘awake at night’

The international community has not given up hope of rescuing more White Helmet volunteers and their families who want to leave Syria,…

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Waste consultant calls on city to cut down on festival trash

Courtney Powell has been rummaging through the city’s summer festival trash and he’s not happy. Powell, the founder of Elevated Enviro…

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Edmonton man gored by bison in Elk Island National Park

A morning run in Elk Island National Park left Craig Neilson with about six stitches in his butt and an…

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North Edmonton residents rush to restock ransacked Green Shack

A break-in led to bare shelves at a north Edmonton neighbourhood’s Green Shack, just one day before the summer program was…

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Ferrari mixes up Toronto and Montreal, Twitter has a field day

The racing division of Italian automaker Ferrari has released a video on its social media pages ahead of this weekend’s Canadian Grand…

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Picture-perfect iceberg dazzles on Newfoundland’s Bonavista Peninsula

Crowds are flocking to the beaches of Upper Amherst Cove, on Newfoundland’s Bonavista Peninsula this week to get a look…

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Vancouver votes to ban plastic straws, foam cups and containers by June 2019

Vancouver has voted to ban the distribution of plastic straws as well as foam take-out containers and cups as part…

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‘Battle of Alberta’ match breathes life into hopes for pro soccer in Edmonton

More than 3,200 local soccer fans watched a different kind of Battle of Alberta on a cold, dreary day at…

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NDP case against Trans Mountain pipeline may be hurt by previous legal arguments

British Columbia’s court case over the flow of heavy oil through the province could be damaged by the NDP government’s…

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