‘Frankly horrifying’: Edmonton hate crimes unit investigates swath of graffiti swastikas

A string of swastika graffiti was found in a west Edmonton neighbourhood, including on the grounds of the local Hebrew…

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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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Employee injured in explosion at Grande Prairie salvage yard

A worker at a salvage yard in Grande Prairie was taken to hospital Saturday morning after a propane tank exploded at…

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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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Water main break in Rossdale area expected to tie up morning traffic

 A water main break near 97th Avenue and Bellamy Hill Road south of Downtown Edmonton is expected to cause headaches…

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Hate-motivated crimes likely under-reported in Alberta, police say

A figure in a dark hoodie walked away from the Edson mosque while holding a jerrycan, presumably responsible for the…

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New poll suggests east-west divide in bike lane attitudes

Canadians in major urban areas are largely in favour of separated bike lanes, a new poll suggests, but that doesn’t…

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Senators bow to will of elected government on transport modernization bill

The Senate has bowed to the will of the Trudeau government on an omnibus transportation modernization bill. Senators voted 41-31…

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Alberta boaters rescue moose calf submerged in muddy riverbank

A sunny day on the river turned into a baby moose rescue mission Saturday afternoon when a group of boaters…

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Green bin collection gets thumbs up from parties of all colours in Ontario

All the major political parties in Ontario agree that a curbside green bin collection program should exist in your large…

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