Kayakers take Kinder Morgan protest offshore in U.S.

More than 200 kilometres south of where the Kinder Morgan Trans Mountain pipeline expansion is slated to end, environmental groups…

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Ottawa Redblacks cut player facing sexual assault charge

The Ottawa Redblacks have released defensive back Teague Sherman after the 30-year-old was charged with sexual assault.  Details of the…

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All eyes on Andrew Scheer as Conservative convention set for Halifax

After a week of internal caucus squabbles, Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer will try to refocus the spotlight on trying to…

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Inside a coal company’s research project with U of A that was used to lobby the Notley government

Energy giant TransAlta paid the University of Alberta $54,000 to hand-pick one of its researchers to produce a study and…

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Thousands of France fans pour onto Montreal streets after 4-2 World Cup victory

It may not be the Champs Elysées, but Parc Jean-Drapeau in Montreal was swarming with blue, white and red Sunday…

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Potential low turnout worries UCP in Fort McMurray-Conklin byelection

The sidewalks are coated with a slick paste of mud as UCP byelection candidate Leila Goodridge carefully makes her way down a street…

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Canadian claiming border agency mistakenly detained him for 8 months sues for $10M

A naturalized Canadian citizen who spent eight months in Ontario detention centres awaiting immigration officials to verify his identity is…

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‘We are sorry’: Facebook execs grilled by Canadian legislators amid Cambridge Analytica scandal

Senior members of the Facebook leadership team faced a rough ride from MPs at a Commons committee on Thursday for their…

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