‘It was massive’: Survival stories emerge in wake of deadly tornado in Alonsa, Man.

As the clean up started for Friday evening’s tornado in Alonsa, Man., stories of how the community rallied together to…

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‘A natural talent’:Davies goes from refugee camp to soccer pitch

Soccer phenom Alphonso Davies and his former Edmonton Strikers coach, Nick Huoseh, often talk or text after his matches with…

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Expos great Vladimir Guerrero inducted into Baseball Hall of Fame

During his 16-year career, Vladimir Guerrero rarely left fans wanting more, although his speech on Sunday as he was inducted…

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United Conservatives mark first year as official opposition party

It’s been one year since Alberta’s Wild Rose and Progressive Conservative parties officially came together to form the United Conservative…

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O Canada! Edmonton celebrates Canada Day 2018

A sea of red and white flooded the Alberta Legislature grounds Sunday, as thousands gathered to celebrate Canada Day together.…

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Man mauled by grizzly bear near Creston, B.C.

A man is in hospital after he was attacked by a grizzly bear while camping southwest of Creston, B.C. The…

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Former Jay Kelly Gruber makes ‘inappropriate’ comments toward female panel host

The Canadian Baseball Hall of Fame removed former Blue Jays third baseman Kelly Gruber from its induction weekend festivities Friday…

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Wynne to speak with CBC about her admission of defeat over the weekend

Kathleen Wynne will sit down with Metro Morning host Matt Galloway on Monday in her first one-on-one interview since she…

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Children’s festival offers lesson in reconciliation through traditional beadwork

Aidyn Cresswell is searching for images inside the Musée Héritage Museum in St. Albert. The seven-year-old is on a scavenger hunt…

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‘I know it’s inspiring people’: Regina man landscaping yards after double amputation

Howard Desjarlais refuses to let his lack of legs slow him down.  Desjarlais had both of his legs amputated from…

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