Pilot missing since Sunday found dead in plane wreck in northwest Alberta

A pilot who went missing on Sunday has been found dead in a plane wreck south of Oldman Lake, Alta., about…

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Alberta Métis push for self-government agreement by 2019

The Métis Nation of Alberta (MNA) says it hopes to settle outstanding and inherent issues concerning their people’s rights to harvest and govern…

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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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‘It was always a dream of mine’: Sherwood Park hockey player inks NHL deal

A 20-year-old hockey player from Sherwood Park will be starting his next season with the NHL. Left winger Skyler McKenzie signed…

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Fort McMurray wants public inquiry into removal of Indigenous settlement

The Regional Municipality of Wood Buffalo will ask the provincial government to launch a public inquiry into the forced evictions decades…

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Thousands still without power in Outaouais after Monday storms

Thousands of people remain without power in west Quebec and eastern Ontario this morning after thunderstorms swept through the region…

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Homeless man who stabbed Red Deer woman 58 times found not criminally responsible

A central Alberta man who stabbed a woman 58 times has been found not criminally responsible for her death. Jordan…

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Pilots push for shorter flight times as government finalizes new safety regulations

When two Air Canada pilots mistook a San Francisco taxiway for a runway and almost crashed their plane into four…

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Floodwaters not waning in greater Saint John, but neither is kindness of volunteers

Devastating flood levels in the Greater Saint John area haven’t waned, but neither has the determination of emergency crews and volunteers.…

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Sask. licensing body vice-president admits semi driver rules ‘not good enough’

A Saskatchewan Government Insurance executive admits the rules governing semi driver training are inadequate. “We’ve been very proactive since July…

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