‘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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Loblaws recalls No Name chicken nuggets due to possible salmonella

Loblaws is recalling certain No Name brand Chicken Nuggets due to possible salmonella contamination. The nuggets were sold in 907…

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1 in 6 Canadians struggling with finances, Angus Reid survey finds

More than a quarter of Canadians are already facing serious financial hardship, according to the findings of a new study…

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Infill roadmap a must to get Edmonton on right path, developer says

City councillors are giving their initial thumbs up to a new blueprint for infill housing, which calls for more low-rise apartments,…

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RCMP hunt for man who exposed himself in St. Albert parking lot

RCMP are asking for the public’s assistance to identify a man seen masturbating in front two girls in a St.…

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4 people safely rescued after abandoning fishing vessel off St. John’s

Four people have been safely rescued from a life-raft after abandoning their fishing vessel that caught fire off the coast of…

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Future of AFN, promised Indigenous rights bill flashpoints in national chief election

The Assembly of First Nations race for national chief began officially on Wednesday and at stake for some candidates is the…

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Edmonton police lay second-degree murder charge in weekend stabbing death

Edmonton police have laid a second-degree murder charge after a 36-year-old man was stabbed to death Sunday. A 26-year-old Edmonton…

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Connie Oakes sues Alberta Crown, Medicine Hat police for $1M over wrongful murder conviction

A Cree woman from Nekaneet First Nation, Sask., is suing the Alberta government, a Crown prosecutor and Medicine Hat police for $1 million over…

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Air in a bottle? How companies sell Canadian nature

When two Edmonton men started bottling and selling air from Banff and Lake Louise, Alta., some people thought it was…

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