Tories attack plan for temporary housing at Quebec border crossing

The federal government is planning to build temporary housing for up to 520 people at a Quebec border crossing that…

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Too rude for the road: Here are the licence plates Alberta won’t allow

From politically incorrect to plain old lewd, some vanity plates are just too rude for the road. Every year, the…

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‘Harrowing’ Cache Creek mudslides force dozens out of their homes

Mudslides along Highway 99 have forced 24 people from the Bonaparte Indian Band out of their homes and at least…

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Inside a coal company’s research project with U of A that was used to lobby the Notley government

Energy giant TransAlta paid the University of Alberta $54,000 to hand-pick one of its researchers to produce a study and…

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Ryan Straschnitzki returns to the ice for 1st time since Humboldt Broncos bus crash

Ryan Straschnitzki was back on the ice Friday, for the first time since the tragic bus crash that changed his life.…

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‘Why did you do this?’: Muslim man reels after being attacked while walking home from Saskatoon mosque

Abu Sheikh says he has a simple question for the driver who tried to run him over on the sidewalk. …

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Blue carbon is the billion-dollar resource you’ve never heard of

The Bay of Fundy may soon be known for more than its powerful tides. Instead, the plants and mud in the…

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3 people missing after tumbling into B.C.’s Shannon Falls

Police say a search is underway for three people who reportedly fell into the waters of Shannon Falls Provincial Park and…

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Travelling N.W.T. hamster escapes on vacation, finds his own ride back home

Cindy Browning was sleeping in her hotel room in High Level, Alta., last Sunday night when she saw something run…

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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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