Why some Canadian farmers are still choosing horses over tractors

Finding a tractor would have been easy, but Mylaine Massicotte wanted horses. After her last draft horse died last fall,…

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Ex-employees at Canadian Forces bases charged in thefts, fraud totalling $160,000

Two former civilian employees at Canadian Forces bases in Alberta and Ontario are facing charges of theft and fraud following…

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Too rude for the road: Here are the licence plates Alberta won’t allow

From politically incorrect to plain old lewd, some vanity plates are just too rude for the road. Every year, the…

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2 people face murder charges in death of woman on Paul First Nation

Two people have been charged with murder in the death of Ellie May House, a mother of two who was…

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Indigenous woman fights to stay in Canada, saying traditional territory is B.C.

A First Nations woman working to revive a threatened language in her traditional territory of northern British Columbia says she’s…

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Wealthy Canadians hiding up to $240B abroad, CRA says

Well-heeled Canadians have hidden up to $240.5 billion in foreign accounts and are dodging up to $3 billion a year…

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Toronto Pride in pictures: A collage of celebration and grief

Photos Thousands descended on Toronto’s downtown core to march in the city’s Pride parade, turning what was an otherwise dreary,…

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Picture-perfect iceberg dazzles on Newfoundland’s Bonavista Peninsula

Crowds are flocking to the beaches of Upper Amherst Cove, on Newfoundland’s Bonavista Peninsula this week to get a look…

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Calgary votes to ban public pot consumption

Calgary’s city council has voted to ban the consumption of cannabis in public places once pot is legalized, similar to…

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Downtown Edmonton park adorned with red dresses to honour missing and murdered Indigenous women

Two red dresses hang from a tree in a downtown Edmonton park — empty shells moved easily by the wind.…

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