Questions, concerns over Labour Day lunch for homeless hosted by far-right groups

A coalition of groups affiliated with extreme far-right views is planning to hand out food to Edmonton’s inner city homeless population…

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Officials in Temagami hope to start lifting evacuations following forest fire

It looks like the worst has been avoided in Temagami, Ont., but the Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry says…

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Classroom violence on the rise, teachers tell Canadian Teachers’ Federation

Teachers across the country say they are increasingly the targets of violence, and the vast majority of incidents involve verbal…

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Refugees can now apply for Alberta driver’s licence while waiting for claim

Refugees in Alberta can now apply for a one-year driver’s licence while they wait for their claim to be processed.…

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Parents of Mannville boy go to great lengths to reduce painful reactions

A six-year-old boy in Mannville, Alta., is very limited in where he can go and what he can eat as part…

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Edmonton police to march out of uniform in Pride parade

Edmonton police and RCMP officers will not wear their uniforms in the 2018 Edmonton Pride Parade, in what they say…

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Paul Bliss, ex-CTV News reporter, launches $7.5M lawsuit over dismissal

A former CTV News reporter facing sexual misconduct allegations is suing the broadcaster, its parent company and the woman who…

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Making a feathered friend: small bird won’t stop following northern Ontario man around

A wild ruffed grouse has taken an unusual shine to a man from a small township in northern Ontario. Brian…

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‘Dangerous’ man sought by police in connection with sexual assault inside Edmonton business

Edmonton police have issued an arrest warrant in connection with an alleged sexual assault that happened early Friday morning at a…

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Bill to limit oil exports to B.C. no bluff, Alberta energy minister says

Alberta Energy Minister Marg McCuaig-Boyd says a new bill giving her the power to limit oil exports isn’t a bluff,…

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