‘Queer History’ app documents Edmonton’s LGBTQ history

Dozens of men, handcuffed and in various states of undress, were escorted out of the bathhouse and herded into the…

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Liberals promise to repeal restriction on charities’ political activity

The Liberal government is headed to court to defend a part of the Income Tax Act that limits the political…

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Credit card firms to trim merchant fees, but retailers group ‘underwhelmed’

The federal government says credit card companies have agreed to trim the fees they charge the country’s businesses by 10…

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Edmonton police owe LGBTQ community an apology, former police commissioner says

Kevin Medin was once questioned by an Edmonton police officer for simply sitting in a park. It was 1992, and Medin had just…

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Air Canada to offset rise in fuel prices with higher fares, may trim capacity

Air Canada experienced a 31 per cent increase in the price of jet fuel compared with last year’s second quarter,…

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‘Why did you do this?’: Muslim man reels after being attacked while walking home from Saskatoon mosque

Abu Sheikh says he has a simple question for the driver who tried to run him over on the sidewalk. …

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Attention, gardeners: creeping bellflower is a zombie weed

With trumpet-shaped blooms and tall stately stems, the creeping bellflower has charmed many uninitiated gardeners. But don’t be fooled by…

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Thousands still without power in Outaouais after Monday storms

Thousands of people remain without power in west Quebec and eastern Ontario this morning after thunderstorms swept through the region…

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Tires and rims worth $70K stolen from Ford dealership in Wetaskiwin

RCMP are looking for leads after 56 tires and rims disappeared from the Denham Ford dealership in Wetaskiwin. Approximately $70,000 worth…

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Was there a residential school near you? Find out with our interactive map

For more than 100 years, First Nations, Inuit and Métis children were taken from their families to attend residential schools, which were run by churches and funded…

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