Ottawa considered speeding up new seatbelt rule after Humboldt Broncos crash: documents

The father of a teen who died in a crash that killed 16 people on the Humboldt Broncos junior hockey…

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Edmonton ISIS recruits laid groundwork for aspiring foreign fighters, expert says

Three Edmonton ISIS recruits were part of the first group of travellers who laid the groundwork for others to travel…

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Northland schools hires family wellness workers to help boost attendance

Students returning to school in northern Alberta next week will have the additional support of ten new family wellness workers. It’s part…

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U.S. fire managers get green light to operate in Waterton Lakes National Park

The wildfire threatening Waterton Lakes National Park moved slightly north and east overnight Saturday, growing to about 860 hectares in…

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Alberta RCMP recover 9 racing bikes stolen from Malaysian cycling team

Nine of the 10 racing bikes stolen from a Malaysian cycling team were found at an abandoned property just outside…

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In search of cleaner coal, scientists lace lake with toxic element

In tiny doses, selenium is not just good for you, but essential. All animals require trace amounts of this somewhat obscure element…

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Federal government won’t decriminalize other drugs besides cannabis

The federal government says it is not interested in decriminalizing any drugs beyond marijuana, despite calls from Canada’s two largest…

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Community safety minister slammed for saying he wore bulletproof vest at Jane and Finch

Comments made by Ontario’s minister of community safety and corrections on Wednesday are being slammed as racist by the opposition parties.…

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Trudeau to shuffle cabinet Wednesday, source says

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau will shuffle his cabinet next Wednesday as his government readies for the next election amid shifting…

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‘It is very disheartening’: Seven plaques stolen from northwest Edmonton cemetery

Edmonton police are investigating the theft of seven memorial plaques from a northwest cemetery last week. Just before 2 p.m.…

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