Tories attack plan for temporary housing at Quebec border crossing

The federal government is planning to build temporary housing for up to 520 people at a Quebec border crossing that…

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‘Frankly horrifying’: Edmonton hate crimes unit investigates swath of graffiti swastikas

A string of swastika graffiti was found in a west Edmonton neighbourhood, including on the grounds of the local Hebrew…

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How the killer whale became the Achilles heel of Trans Mountain pipeline approval

It’s been a summer of dramatic killer whale news — from a mother holding up her dead calf for 17 days in…

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Edmonton Alberta Weather & News

The Edmonton Oilers staggered into the desert with three straight losses and only one victory in eight games — and…

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Risk levels at long-term care homes under the microscope at Wettlaufer inquiry

The focus at the Wettlaufer inquiry into safety and security of long-term care homes will turn this week to how Ontario oversees the…

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Workers at Goderich salt mine accept deal to end 12-week strike

The 12-week strike at the salt mine in Goderich, Ontario is over.  Workers voted Monday to accept a three-year deal…

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Pediatricians need more information on medical marijuana for kids, study says

About half of pediatric doctors surveyed about cannabis say they’ve encountered a young patient who had used marijuana for a…

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Leafs legend Dick Duff reunites with lost Stanley Cup ring

For hockey legend Dick Duff, the memory of the Toronto Maple Leafs’ victory in the 1962 Stanley Cup Final is…

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Exhaustion, concern and relief on board first Hercules airlift for Manitoba fire evacuees

Passengers on board the first military Hercules aircraft carrying residents from a fire-threatened Manitoba community were exhausted but relieved to…

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Curtain slowly lifts on Parliament’s revamped West Block

Workers are putting the final touches on Parliament Hill’s revamped West Block, which is set to act as a temporary home…

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