Trudeau to offer formal apology in the Commons for fate of MS St. Louis

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau will deliver another official apology in the House of Commons, this time over the fate of…

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Northland schools hires family wellness workers to help boost attendance

Students returning to school in northern Alberta next week will have the additional support of ten new family wellness workers. It’s part…

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Transportation agency puts legal weight behind order to Omnitrax for Churchill rail line repair

The Canadian Transportation Agency has now put a legal exclamation point behind last month’s order to Omnitrax to get going…

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Happy Carter Place owners get keys to Habitat For Humanity homes

Eleven smiling families accepted keys to their new Habitat For Humanity homes in southeast Edmonton on Thursday morning. Mohamed Abdi toured…

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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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Indigenous mother unhappy with 2nd school meeting after son’s braid cut

A Calgary mother isn’t satisfied following a second meeting with her son’s school after his braid was cut by another…

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With Trans Mountain in doubt, pipelines to U.S. looking increasingly likely

After nearly a decade since the last major oil pipeline was built, and with existing ones brimming with crude, Canada’s…

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Amazon to bring 1,000 jobs to Ottawa with new warehouse

Online retail giant Amazon is set to make a major investment in Ottawa, with a warehouse that will employ roughly…

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Why we’re still talking about the phantom threat of voter fraud

After the Liberal government tabled its proposed changes to federal elections law, the Conservatives started issuing new warnings about the spectre of voter…

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