Suspect in death of Cédrika Provencher target of elaborate, years-long investigation, documents show

Police used phone taps, undercover agents and an elaborate, fake contest to try to nail the man they suspect is…

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What we know about Alek Minassian, alleged driver in deadly Toronto van attack

Police have identified the suspect in a deadly van attack in Toronto as Alek Minassian, a 25-year-old man from Richmond Hill,…

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Edmonton Catholic, public schools expand shared busing program to save money

Edmonton Catholic and public schools will expand their shared bus program in September, after conversations about creating an independent transportation…

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Risk levels at long-term care homes under the microscope at Wettlaufer inquiry

The focus at the Wettlaufer inquiry into safety and security of long-term care homes will turn this week to how Ontario oversees the…

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Progress being made on massive northeastern Ontario fire

Crews battling a massive forest fire south of Sudbury, Ont., are making some progress, with the Ministry of Natural Resources…

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Online sexual exploitation of Alberta teen leads to arrest of Netherlands man

The Dutch national police force has arrested a man accused of coercing a teen boy in Lethbridge into sending him…

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Virtue and Moir, Chris Hadfield, Seth Rogen to join Canada’s Walk of Fame

Movie star Seth Rogen, Olympic medallists Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir, and retired astronaut Chris Hadfield are joining Canada’s Walk…

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East sidewalk on Walterdale Bridge to be closed for up to 3 weeks

The sidewalk on the east side of the Walterdale Bridge is set to close at 6 a.m. on May 22…

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Man’s body found at Edmonton paper recycling depot

Recycling truck workers in Edmonton found a man’s body Thursday morning in a load of paper and cardboard. After stopping…

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Do Edmonton police searches of bar ID scanners violate customers’ rights?

Random police inspections of customer ID scanners in Edmonton bars and lounges may violate Alberta’s privacy laws, some privacy and…

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