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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Alberta Métis push for self-government agreement by 2019

The Métis Nation of Alberta (MNA) says it hopes to settle outstanding and inherent issues concerning their people’s rights to harvest and govern…

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NAFTA in August? Canada’s U.S. envoy says that’s ‘aspirational,’ but will work for it

Canada’s ambassador to the United States says predictions that NAFTA talks can be settled by the end of month are…

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Tiny technology leads to big data breakthrough for Edmonton scientists

Researchers at the University of Alberta have mastered the art of writing computer memory at the atomic level, a new…

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Alberta law society rejects disciplinary hearing for lawyer who had sex with his client

The Law Society of Alberta has dismissed a complaint of sexual misconduct made by a client against an Edmonton civil lawyer.…

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March in downtown Edmonton commemorates 50th anniversary of residential school closure

The Edmonton Indian Residential School closed 50 years ago, but its effects are still felt by survivors and their families.…

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Senate to implement mandatory harassment training for all senators, staff

As part of an effort to move beyond recent scandals — and to stave off future ones — the Senate…

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Traphouse hero: Saskatoon man uses clean needles as weapon in war against HIV

A figure wearing shorts, Crocs and a military backpack strides confidently through the glow of neon lights. A pug trots…

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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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Thief steals Oilers 1988 Stanley Cup ring, spotted wearing it around town

Alberta RCMP are on the hunt for a suspect who may be sporting a stolen Stanley Cup ring won in the Edmonton…

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