Why killing Alberta’s carbon tax could kill Kinder Morgan pipeline

The federal government announced last week it’s willing to put its money where its mouth has long been in supporting the…

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B.C. Wildfires 2018: Desert-like conditions fuel ‘free-burning’ blaze south of Burns Lake

Fire officials painted an alarming picture Monday night of three huge, raging wildfires racing through an area of central B.C. west…

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Suspects arrested after shooting, police chase in northeast Edmonton

Three people are in custody after a high-speed chase during rush hour on Wayne Gretzky Drive Wednesday. Police got a call…

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Change in weather could stoke dozens of northeast Ontario fires

There is concern that a change in the weather on Saturday could stoke the dozens of wildfires raging across northeastern Ontario.…

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Calgary MLA Prab Gill resigns from UCP caucus after investigation into ballot stuffing allegations

Calgary-Greenway MLA Prab Gill has resigned from the United Conservative Party caucus, saying he doesn’t agree with the findings of an investigation into allegations…

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Missing Quebec toddler found safe after exhaustive police search

A two-year-old boy has been found safe and sound after having wandered away from his home in Dundee, Quebec Saturday…

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$7.5M settlement approved in GoodLife class action

A judge has approved a $7.5 million settlement for members of a class-action lawsuit against GoodLife Fitness. The lawsuit, launched…

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Food hub could make locally sourced food more accessible to Edmontonians

A new proposal for a food hub in Edmonton could make it easier for farmers to get their product to…

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17-year-old Toronto trumpeter reaches crowdfunding goal to attend Juilliard

A young trumpeter with a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to attend the Juilliard School in New York City has raised enough money to cover his…

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Oilpatch eager to ship more oil by rail as pipeline capacity at limit

With no capacity to spare on pipelines out of Alberta, oilpatch leaders are desperately waiting for when they’ll be able to…

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