Elderly killer faces at least 10 years in prison

At the end of a long, emotional day in an Edmonton courtroom, Roberto Robles slowly rose to his feet in…

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Officials in Temagami hope to start lifting evacuations following forest fire

It looks like the worst has been avoided in Temagami, Ont., but the Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry says…

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Argos’ Franklin knocks off Eskimos in 1st start for Toronto

The Toronto Argonauts are off to a good start without their starting quarterback. James Franklin passed for one touchdown and…

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How surviving cancer helped former Kid in The Hall Scott Thompson confront his fear of standup

Finally, Scott Thompson feels free to do standup comedy. The former Kids In The Hall cast member and comic says…

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Do Edmonton police searches of bar ID scanners violate customers’ rights?

Random police inspections of customer ID scanners in Edmonton bars and lounges may violate Alberta’s privacy laws, some privacy and…

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Toronto Pride in pictures: A collage of celebration and grief

Photos Thousands descended on Toronto’s downtown core to march in the city’s Pride parade, turning what was an otherwise dreary,…

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Carr says he expected in April Canada was going to have to buy the pipeline

Natural Resources Minister Jim Carr says he knew almost the moment he heard Kinder Morgan was pressing the pause button…

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Artists, a capella, and bagpipes all part of the mix as Orange Hub opens for business

Take a few skilled artists, place them next to an a cappella choir, and add a group of teenage bagpipers…

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5 things to know about the Trans Mountain pipeline battle

Kinder Morgan has set the stage for two months of high drama. The company announced it is suspending non-essential activities and…

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