Edmonton’s new planWhyte aims to balance history with progress

Edmonton city council’s new plan for Whyte Avenue heritage area aims to promote new opportunities while respecting the historic character in the…

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Mary Pratt helped transform art in Canada, curator says

Canadian painter Mary Pratt died Tuesday at her home in St. John’s. (Submitted) Mary Pratt’s place in Canadian art circles…

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Ontario formally requests $200M from Ottawa for asylum seeker costs

Ontario’s new Progressive Conservative government has formally requested $200 million from Ottawa to cover the costs of dealing with asylum…

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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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‘Super rewarding’: Sask. ICE investigation leads to rescue of 12 abused children in Philippines

It began with a single image of child pornography uploaded to Skype. But that upload was the tip-off for Saskatchewan…

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Senate votes to pass recreational legalization of pot, bill now goes back to House of Commons

Senators have voted to pass the Trudeau government’s landmark legislation to lift Canada’s 95-year-old prohibition on recreational cannabis by a…

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Wildfire no longer poses an immediate threat to northern Alberta community

A forest fire outside Janvier in northern Alberta no longer poses an immediate threat to the community. The hamlet 120 kilometres south of…

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Alberta school division sorry after employee dressed up in blackface

An Alberta school division has apologized after a staff member at a Christian school wore blackface while dressed up as a…

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