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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A year of Scheer: Conservatives mark 1st anniversary with new leader

There is money in the bank, voters in the hopper, and, from many angles, a spring in the step of…

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Motive in Mississauga restaurant bombing still a mystery as police continue investigation

The owner of Bombay Bhel will spend part of his Saturday meeting with Peel police as officers continue to investigate…

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Convicted killer Paul Bernardo to appear in court via video on weapons charge

Convicted killer Paul Bernardo is scheduled to make a court appearance in Napanee, Ont., Friday via video from prison. He…

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Paul Bliss, ex-CTV News reporter, launches $7.5M lawsuit over dismissal

A former CTV News reporter facing sexual misconduct allegations is suing the broadcaster, its parent company and the woman who…

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NDP case against Trans Mountain pipeline may be hurt by previous legal arguments

British Columbia’s court case over the flow of heavy oil through the province could be damaged by the NDP government’s…

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Quirky work: Glass blowing still an essential craft at University of Alberta

Whether they need a batch of test tubes or an elaborate custom-made distillation apparatus, University of Alberta scientists need look no further…

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