Risk levels at long-term care homes under the microscope at Wettlaufer inquiry

The focus at the Wettlaufer inquiry into safety and security of long-term care homes will turn this week to how Ontario oversees the…

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Edmonton firefighters battle 2 serious blazes since Sunday

An early morning fire destroyed a house under construction in the Griesbach neighbourhood early Monday morning, just hours after another…

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Alberta First Nation mourns firefighter who died battling Ontario forest fires

A First Nation community in northern Alberta is mourning the loss of firefighter Jerry Gadwa, who died Thursday while helping to fight forest…

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Councillors both fume and applaud as Ford plan to cut Toronto city council leaks

Ontario’s new government is reportedly planning to redraw the City of Toronto’s ward boundaries and cut the number of city councillors…

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Ontario formally requests $200M from Ottawa for asylum seeker costs

Ontario’s new Progressive Conservative government has formally requested $200 million from Ottawa to cover the costs of dealing with asylum…

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RCMP hunt for man who exposed himself in St. Albert parking lot

RCMP are asking for the public’s assistance to identify a man seen masturbating in front two girls in a St.…

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Wealthy Canadians hiding up to $240B abroad, CRA says

Well-heeled Canadians have hidden up to $240.5 billion in foreign accounts and are dodging up to $3 billion a year…

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Homeless man who stabbed Red Deer woman 58 times found not criminally responsible

A central Alberta man who stabbed a woman 58 times has been found not criminally responsible for her death. Jordan…

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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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Nestlé and Kinder Morgan come to agreement over Trans Mountain pipeline route

Nestlé Waters Canada, a subsidiary of the world’s largest food and beverage company, appeared before the National Energy Board on…

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