UCP says it held government to account, despite refusal to vote on abortion clinic bill

United Conservative Party House leader Jason Nixon said his caucus held the government to account last session even when repeatedly…

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‘It’s my f–king province’: Man yells ‘racist’ insults at Muslim family in Toronto ferry terminal

When Hasan Ahmed decided to visit Toronto for the first time with his wife and two children from Saskatoon, the…

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Woman convicted in son’s strep death granted day parole after 8 months

A Calgary woman whose son died after she failed to take him to the doctor for a strep infection has…

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Tropical cyclone notice issued for Newfoundland

After days of dry, hot weather with fire hazard ratings up and some heat warnings in effect, parts of Newfoundland…

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Inventory up, prices down in Edmonton real estate market

The number of Edmonton single family homes, condominiums and duplexes on the market stood at 7,680 in June, an increase of…

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Infill roadmap a must to get Edmonton on right path, developer says

City councillors are giving their initial thumbs up to a new blueprint for infill housing, which calls for more low-rise apartments,…

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City of Edmonton to hold off on parking enforcement change

The City of Edmonton has put its EPark enforcement plan on hold until it figures out how to accommodate disability…

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‘I don’t want to be hassled’: Some Edmonton police no longer conducting street checks, says chief

Some Edmonton police officers are resisting doing street checks because the practise is controversial and they fear being investigated, says…

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Canada aims to curb number of migrant children held in detention

The Canadian government is taking steps to further reduce the number of migrant children and families held in detention centres,…

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Accused pedophile awaiting extradition faced trial in 1994 in Sioux Lookout

When Jack Wicksey worked as a house counsellor at a Sioux Lookout, Ont., boarding home for First Nations students he…

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