6 people dead after head-on collision north of Elrose, Sask.

Six people are dead after a head-on collision Friday afternoon between two SUVs on Highway 4, north of Elrose, Sask. Rosetown…

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7 Edmonton women targeted at night by same voyeur, police say

Seven young women in the McKernan neighbourhood have told police they were spied on while undressing by a man who took cellphone…

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Employee injured in explosion at Grande Prairie salvage yard

A worker at a salvage yard in Grande Prairie was taken to hospital Saturday morning after a propane tank exploded at…

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Indigenous gathering for hearing impaired promotes community inclusion

A gathering this weekend at the Oneida Nation of the Thames near London, Ont., aims to bring together Indigenous people who…

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Trudeau to shuffle cabinet Wednesday, source says

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau will shuffle his cabinet next Wednesday as his government readies for the next election amid shifting…

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Outspoken former RCMP officer Krista Carle has died

A woman who fought to bring attention to harassment within the RCMP has died. Friends and colleagues confirmed that former…

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Edmonton reveals potential pot shop locations

If you’re looking to buy marijuana in Edmonton legally this fall, you won’t have to look far.  On Friday, the city released…

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Traphouse hero: Saskatoon man uses clean needles as weapon in war against HIV

A figure wearing shorts, Crocs and a military backpack strides confidently through the glow of neon lights. A pug trots…

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Allergies worse than normal? Edmonton’s unpredictable weather is to blame, experts say

Edmonton seemed to skip spring this year — but the huge increase in temperatures in a short time made pollen counts…

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Alberta government releases new fire ban app ahead of long weekend

If you’re thinking of heading out into the great outdoors for the May long weekend but don’t know the fire risk,…

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