Pregnant mom served cleaning solution instead of latte at southern Alberta McDonald’s

A pregnant woman was served a cleaning agent in a cup rather than the latte she ordered from a McDonald’s in…

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At long last, Ovechkin and Capitals are Stanley Cup champs

Alex Ovechkin put both hands to his head and screamed while he left the bench and skated into the thick of the…

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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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Teepee back up at Sask. Legislature 3 days after camp members arrested by police

A teepee was re-erected in front of the Saskatchewan Legislature after people were made to take it down by park…

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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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City committee recommends allowing smoking of cannabis on sidewalks

A city committee thinks Edmontonians should be allowed to smoke cannabis in outside public places like parks and sidewalks —…

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Via Rail cancels service between Sudbury, White River as CP Rail strike looms

Via Rail Canada has cancelled some service in northern Ontario because of a strike notice given to Canadian Pacific Railway…

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Event for Edmonton’s homeless connects people in need with basic services of daily life

Both Penny Whitford and Asia Sauve were shocked when they found out they were pregnant. Even now, months after giving…

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Sexual harassment allegations against TVO host Paikin unsubstantiated, investigation finds

An independent investigation has cleared veteran journalist Steve Paikin after a Toronto woman accused him of sexual harassment. Ontario’s public…

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Grande Prairie drop-in shelter cuts back hours after budget strained by long winter, increased use

A Grande Prairie drop-in shelter, financially over-extended from a long and brutal winter, has had to significantly reduce its spring…

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