Future of Edmonton street performers festival site up in the air

The Edmonton International Street Performers Festival concluded a sometimes-stormy, sometimes-scorching week in Old Strathcona Sunday. With the one-year countdown now…

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Edmonton man gored by bison in Elk Island National Park

A morning run in Elk Island National Park left Craig Neilson with about six stitches in his butt and an…

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Suspended Vice-Admiral Norman to be removed as military’s second-in-command

Suspended Vice-Admiral Mark Norman will be shuffled out of his position as the military’s second-in-command on Thursday, as the criminal…

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Former Manitoba attorney general, LGBTQ champion Roland Penner dies

A former Manitoba MLA and attorney general who introduced the province’s Human Rights Code and championed the inclusion of sexual orientation as…

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Senators bow to will of elected government on transport modernization bill

The Senate has bowed to the will of the Trudeau government on an omnibus transportation modernization bill. Senators voted 41-31…

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Why killing Alberta’s carbon tax could kill Kinder Morgan pipeline

The federal government announced last week it’s willing to put its money where its mouth has long been in supporting the…

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Fire ban issued for Jasper National Park

Parks Canada has issued a fire ban for Jasper National Park due to extreme fire danger. The fire ban is…

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PCs may offer sensitivity training after MLA’s comments labelled racist

The interim leader of the PC Party says cultural-sensitivity training may be offered to its 16 MLAs after a comment…

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‘Who asked you?’ Why Quebec waded into the Trans Mountain spat

Quebec’s leaders spent last week sending ominous signs they don’t like how this whole Trans Mountain pipeline thing is shaking out.  Premier…

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Canada-wide warrant issued for suspect in assault of man with autism – British Columbia

Police in Ontario say a man from B.C. is one of three suspects in a “vicious” assault caught on video last…

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