‘People on the path’ aims to show not everyone is pro-pipeline, group says

A non-profit group is using art to send a message to politicians and the oil and gas industry that not…

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Marathon, Eskimos game in limbo as smoky haze lingers over Edmonton

Organizers of the Edmonton Marathon will decide at 10 a.m. Saturday whether the race will go ahead as smoke from…

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Winnipeg man flies nearly 3,000 km in wrong direction after getting on wrong flight to Arctic

A Winnipeg man says a weekend flight to the Arctic ended up being the longest flight of his life after…

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Support workers doling out pills in nursing homes are under-qualified, some health professionals say

​After being a nurse for over 30 years specializing in seniors’ care, Monya Johnson, 65, is enjoying retirement near Morrisburg, Ont. But,…

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Wynne to speak with CBC about her admission of defeat over the weekend

Kathleen Wynne will sit down with Metro Morning host Matt Galloway on Monday in her first one-on-one interview since she…

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PCs flag concerns about Ontario’s new voting machines

The Progressive Conservative party is raising concerns about new voting technology that will be used to cast and count ballots…

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Northern Alberta hamlet on alert as wildfire danger rises in Fort McMurray, Lac La Biche areas

This week’s parched conditions have sparked multiple forest fires in northern Alberta, pushing the wildfire threat to extreme in the…

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U of A student charged after threat to blow up campus buildings posted on social media

Edmonton police have charged a University of Alberta student after a bomb threat was posted on social media earlier this…

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Why Facebook is getting in on the dating game — now

As Facebook continues to face questions about its ability to protect the privacy of users’ data in the wake of…

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Connie Oakes sues Alberta Crown, Medicine Hat police for $1M over wrongful murder conviction

A Cree woman from Nekaneet First Nation, Sask., is suing the Alberta government, a Crown prosecutor and Medicine Hat police for $1 million over…

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