Edmonton boy, 12, convinces company to change ‘sexist’ sign

When Callum La Roi saw a construction sign he thought was sexist, he knew he had to say something. The…

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Secondary suites now legal in more types of housing in Edmonton

Edmonton city council is paving the way for more homeowners to rent out secondary suites. Council agreed to update a…

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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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Lightning strike may have killed 50 Canada geese outside of Montreal

After 50 Canada geese were found dead floating in the St. Lawrence River outside Montreal earlier this week, veterinarians are saying they may…

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Edmonton Alberta Weather & News

It wasn’t just cold in Canada on New Year’s Eve — for some cities and towns in the country, it…

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5 dead in 2-vehicle collision south of Millet

Wetaskiwin RCMP are investigating a two-vehicle collision that killed five people Tuesday afternoon. The collision happened at 4:15 p.m. approximately five kilometres south…

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Rail shipment delays causing ‘dire situation’ for Canadian farmers – Saskatchewan

Bill Prybylski produces thousands of bushels of grain on his farm in Willowbrook, Sask., about two hours northeast of Regina.…

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Oilpatch eager to ship more oil by rail as pipeline capacity at limit

With no capacity to spare on pipelines out of Alberta, oilpatch leaders are desperately waiting for when they’ll be able to…

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Bank of Canada says economy ‘finally positive’, rates to rise

Bank of Canada Governor Stephen Poloz said on Wednesday the economy was “finally positive” after a long adjustment to a…

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N.S. lobbyist registrar asks Chrétien about meeting with premier, minister

A Nova Scotia official has sent a letter to Jean Chrétien asking him whether he lobbied the premier regarding a…

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