Why some Canadian farmers are still choosing horses over tractors

Finding a tractor would have been easy, but Mylaine Massicotte wanted horses. After her last draft horse died last fall,…

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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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Nephew not allowed to spend Chase the Ace winnings until lawsuit resolved

A judge has ruled a Glace Bay, N.S., man being sued for more than $600,000 by his aunt over a Chase…

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Plane crash sends 5 to hospital after Abbotsford Airshow

Five people have been injured after a small plane associated with the Abbotsford Airshow crashed into the airfield at the Abbotsford International…

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Murder warrant issued for man in relation to northeast Edmonton homicide

Edmonton police issued a warrant Wednesday for a man wanted in connection with the second–degree murder of a 25-year-old woman…

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Exhaustion, concern and relief on board first Hercules airlift for Manitoba fire evacuees

Passengers on board the first military Hercules aircraft carrying residents from a fire-threatened Manitoba community were exhausted but relieved to…

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Edmonton’s new goat co-ordinator ‘humbled and excited’ to get gig

Two things helped Joy Lakhan land her new job as the City of Edmonton’s goat boss: an environmental science education…

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Event for Edmonton’s homeless connects people in need with basic services of daily life

Both Penny Whitford and Asia Sauve were shocked when they found out they were pregnant. Even now, months after giving…

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How contagious is ‘evilly painful’ shingles?

It’s not very common and it’s not very contagious — but for those who contract shingles, it’s very painful. On…

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Why so few people on Six Nations reserve have clean running water, unlike their neighbours

For years, Dawn Martin-Hill couldn’t drink the water that comes out of her tap without boiling it first. She’s lived…

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