UCP says it held government to account, despite refusal to vote on abortion clinic bill

United Conservative Party House leader Jason Nixon said his caucus held the government to account last session even when repeatedly…

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Witness recounts horrific scene of Jasper collision that killed 6 people

Warning: This story contains graphic content As he rushed to help victims of a horrific highway crash, Gagan Sidhu saw a body…

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Edmonton police owe LGBTQ community an apology, former police commissioner says

Kevin Medin was once questioned by an Edmonton police officer for simply sitting in a park. It was 1992, and Medin had just…

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Tiny technology leads to big data breakthrough for Edmonton scientists

Researchers at the University of Alberta have mastered the art of writing computer memory at the atomic level, a new…

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Edmonton skin cancer survivor urges others to protect themselves from the sun

These days, Sheila O’Kelly doesn’t go anywhere without her hat and sunscreen. She’s recovering from a form of skin cancer…

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Trudeau’s decision to vote in Ontario election angers Quebec MP

Even though he represents a federal riding in Quebec, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau plans to vote in the upcoming Ontario provincial election.…

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Senators bow to will of elected government on transport modernization bill

The Senate has bowed to the will of the Trudeau government on an omnibus transportation modernization bill. Senators voted 41-31…

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Far-right groups, counter-protesters rally over asylum seekers at Canada-U.S. border

Duelling protests are being held this afternoon at the Canada-U.S. border crossing in Saint-Bernard-de-Lacolle, Que. Far-right groups are protesting against…

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Making a feathered friend: small bird won’t stop following northern Ontario man around

A wild ruffed grouse has taken an unusual shine to a man from a small township in northern Ontario. Brian…

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73% of Canadians to change Facebook habits after data mining furor, survey suggests – Technology & Science

Almost three-quarters of Canadians surveyed say recent data mining issues with Facebook will cause them to modify how they use the…

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