‘It’s old fashioned and I like that’: Sask. dairy approved to sell milk directly from farmyard

It used to be a common practice to buy milk directly from small dairies. For Martha Froese-Kooijenga, being able to…

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Mary Pratt helped transform art in Canada, curator says

Canadian painter Mary Pratt died Tuesday at her home in St. John’s. (Submitted) Mary Pratt’s place in Canadian art circles…

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Trudeau government started pressing Saudis to release Badawi long before Twitter flap

The Trudeau government has been bringing up the case of imprisoned Saudi blogger Raif Badawi​ privately at high levels with Saudi Arabian…

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Online sexual exploitation of Alberta teen leads to arrest of Netherlands man

The Dutch national police force has arrested a man accused of coercing a teen boy in Lethbridge into sending him…

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Alberta teachers’ union wants 2,000 new teachers by fall; Eggen calls smaller class sizes ‘essential’

The union representing teachers in Alberta is calling on the province to hire 2,000 more teachers by the fall as…

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U of A student charged after threat to blow up campus buildings posted on social media

Edmonton police have charged a University of Alberta student after a bomb threat was posted on social media earlier this…

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Southgate Centre assault victim identified

CBC News has learned the identity of the victim in a violent assault at Southgate Centre earlier this week. Iain Armstrong,…

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Edmonton Alberta Weather & News

Emergency crews rescued an injured woman from a downtown Edmonton manhole Wednesday after the force from an underground explosion blew several manhole covers into…

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