‘We were always going to be together,’ spouse of slain police officer says

The spouse of a fallen Fredericton police officer describes her partner as a committed family man who loved his job. Const. Robb…

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High water levels spur advisories for Pembina, North Saskatchewan rivers

Streamflow advisories are in effect after river water levels across Alberta rose dangerously high this weekend. At the Pembina River near Entwistle, where people…

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Trudeau government started pressing Saudis to release Badawi long before Twitter flap

The Trudeau government has been bringing up the case of imprisoned Saudi blogger Raif Badawi​ privately at high levels with Saudi Arabian…

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Quebec’s NAFTA negotiator not worried about Canada being left out of U.S., Mexico talks

Quebec’s leading trade negotiator on the NAFTA file says he’s not remotely worried by the fact that the U.S. and…

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Change in weather could stoke dozens of northeast Ontario fires

There is concern that a change in the weather on Saturday could stoke the dozens of wildfires raging across northeastern Ontario.…

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Charges laid in 2017 Red Deer homicide

A Red Deer man has been charged with manslaughter in connection with the death of a 26-year-old man in the central…

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‘It’s really hard right now’: Calgary couple struggles with infant son’s rare skin disease

It’s a painstaking ritual Suzanne Lamb and Matthew Taylor perform nearly every day on their infant son, Elias. At a…

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Quebec judge tosses insider trading trial against former Amaya CEO

In a stunning rebuke of Quebec’s securities regulator, a Quebec court judge ordered Wednesday all charges of insider trading against…

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Edmonton electronic music community frustrated by proposed rave ban

Members of Edmonton’s electronic music community are frustrated by a proposed ban on raves. A new report says the city…

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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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