‘We were always going to be together,’ spouse of slain police officer says

The spouse of a fallen Fredericton police officer describes her partner as a committed family man who loved his job. Const. Robb…

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Car smashes into Alberta house, driver seriously hurt

A 70-year-old woman was seriously injured when her car veered off a road in southern Alberta — went through a ditch, some…

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Edmonton police on track to hire new chief by October 2018

The search for a new Edmonton police chief has yielded more than 10 applicants from a small pool of senior officers…

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Ottawa deploys 200 troops to B.C. to help with wildfire fight

Ottawa is sending in the Armed Forces as B.C. deals with yet another destructive wildfire season that’s forced thousands of…

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High noon at the Oasis: B.C. Airbnb hostel battle erupts into open

One evening this week, Emily Yu sat up until 2 a.m. angrily responding to comments posted on a TV news website in…

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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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Despite a weekend of wacky weather, the show must go on at Edmonton festivals

From monsoon-like rain to nickel-sized hail and then sunny skies, the weather has posed a challenge for festival organizers in…

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Alberta mosque set ablaze in ‘brazen’ attack

A mosque in Edson, Alta. was set on fire late Saturday night shortly after a small group of people left…

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Alberta government releases new fire ban app ahead of long weekend

If you’re thinking of heading out into the great outdoors for the May long weekend but don’t know the fire risk,…

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St. Albert hockey team mourns and remembers 5 former Raiders killed in Humboldt bus crash

Once a Raider, always a Raider. Those words took on a poignant significance this weekend as coaches and players of the St.…

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