Alberta RCMP recover 9 racing bikes stolen from Malaysian cycling team

Nine of the 10 racing bikes stolen from a Malaysian cycling team were found at an abandoned property just outside…

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Alberta files defence in B.C.’s court challenge of ‘turn off the taps’ legislation

The Province of Alberta filed a statement of defence to British Columbia’s court challenge of Alberta’s “turn of the taps”…

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Canada aims to curb number of migrant children held in detention

The Canadian government is taking steps to further reduce the number of migrant children and families held in detention centres,…

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From Edmonton basement to Toronto auction house: long-lost Tom Thomson painting sells for over $480K

A long-lost painting by Tom Thomson was sold at an art auction in Toronto for $481,250 on Wednesday, marking a reversal of fortune for…

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Canada’s Michael Ondaatje up for best-ever Booker Prize accolade

Canadian author Michael Ondaatje is one of five contenders for the title of greatest-ever winner of the prestigious Man Booker Prize for fiction.…

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Edmonton Sikh parade draws tens of thousands to Mill Woods neighbourhood

The streets of Edmonton’s Mill Woods neighbourhood were flooded with parade floats and tens of thousands of people from the…

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Trudeau ‘forced provinces to take matters into their own hands’ on Trans Mountain: Scheer

Conservative leader Andrew Scheer says a lack of leadership from the federal government forced Alberta and B.C. into conflict over the Trans Mountain pipeline…

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Semi rollover spills diesel onto highway near Grande Prairie

A semi-truck rolled on a highway near Grande Prairie on Thursday evening, spilling diesel fuel on the road. RCMP said…

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U.S. judge gives conditional green light to Line 3 pipeline project

A judge in Minnesota has given a conditional green light to a Canadian energy company’s plan to expand a crude…

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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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