‘A bizarre and hilarious honour’: Seth Rogen on his new role as TransLink announcer

He may be a big Hollywood actor and producer, but Seth Rogen is also a proud Vancouverite. He’s lending his…

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Elder from Arctic Bay calls for more housing for patients in Iqaluit

An elder from Arctic Bay, Nunavut, is raising concerns about the availability of rooms for people travelling to Iqaluit for…

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Gas prices spike and Canadians keep filling up

Gas prices keep climbing across the country, yet Canadians show no sign of slowing down how much gas and diesel…

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Dr. Seuss character Cat in the Hat heads for Edmonton court date

A legal drama set to unfold at the Edmonton Law Courts on Saturday, April 21, is going to be by…

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Drinking water advisory active since 2009 among 8 lifted on Prairie First Nations

Eight drinking water advisories affecting Prairie First Nations, including one active since August 2009, were lifted last month by the federal…

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Inspired by ailing father, U of A student opens Asian fusion restaurant

Despite pressure of the classroom and heartache as a loved one battles illness, Gao Feng Zhang has embraced the challenge of opening…

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