Eskimos have enough motivation to get them to a hometown Grey Cup appearance, coach says

The heartbreaker loss in the West Division final is still on the minds of Jason Maas, Derel Walker and the…

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Kayakers take Kinder Morgan protest offshore in U.S.

More than 200 kilometres south of where the Kinder Morgan Trans Mountain pipeline expansion is slated to end, environmental groups…

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Kevin Tierney, producer of Bon Cop, Bad Cop, dead at 67

Kevin Tierney, a pioneering Montreal film producer and writer and the maker Bon Cop, Bad Cop, has died. He was 67. Tierney…

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Rail shipment delays causing ‘dire situation’ for Canadian farmers – Saskatchewan

Bill Prybylski produces thousands of bushels of grain on his farm in Willowbrook, Sask., about two hours northeast of Regina.…

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Nestlé and Kinder Morgan come to agreement over Trans Mountain pipeline route

Nestlé Waters Canada, a subsidiary of the world’s largest food and beverage company, appeared before the National Energy Board on…

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Party leaders to square off in 1st debate ahead of Ontario election

​The leaders of Ontario’s three main political parties will square off on the same stage for the first time Monday,…

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Paramedic house calls launched in northern Alberta

Alberta Health is rolling out its community paramedic program in northern Alberta, as part of a provincewide expansion of medical house…

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‘We just didn’t play well enough’: Edmonton Oilers head coach reflects on season

At this time last year, Oilers head coach Todd McLellan was on the ice, preparing his team for their first…

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Big Brothers Big Sisters wait list growing in Grande Prairie

More than 50 boys and girls in Grande Prairie are waiting to meet a role model through the Big Brothers…

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Quirky work: Glass blowing still an essential craft at University of Alberta

Whether they need a batch of test tubes or an elaborate custom-made distillation apparatus, University of Alberta scientists need look no further…

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