City gives up on Centre Line LRT bridge over river, for now

Edmonton’s Centre Line LRT is likely two decades away from being built, but on Tuesday city councillors agreed the train…

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Colour, culture and pride: Take in the sights of the 51st Toronto Caribbean Carnival

Photos The cultures of the Caribbean were on full display at the 51st Toronto Caribbean Carnival on Saturday, with more…

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No need for seatbelts on school buses, says Transport Canada

A new directive for seatbelts on highway buses does not need to include school buses, says Transport Canada. Transport Canada…

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‘We’re riding for peace’: Ukrainian war vets on cycling journey across North America

Armed with only their bikes, a team of riders from Ukraine are riding 10,000 kilometres across North America to raise …

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4 people safely rescued after abandoning fishing vessel off St. John’s

Four people have been safely rescued from a life-raft after abandoning their fishing vessel that caught fire off the coast of…

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Artificial turf lawn growing more popular, Edmonton landscaper says

While the lush green lawn has long been a status symbol among suburban homeowners, more people are looking for low-maintenance alternatives, says an Edmonton landscaper.…

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Media can’t be an arm of the police, Vice lawyer tells Supreme Court hearing

A lawyer for Vice Media is telling the Supreme Court of Canada that journalists must not be turned into an…

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9-day-old tiger cub dies at Magnetic Hill Zoo

One of the Amur tiger cubs born earlier this month at the Magnetic Hill Zoo in Moncton, N.B., died Sunday. The…

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Canadian Pacific shutting some operations ahead of possible strike

Canadian Pacific Railway says it has begun shutting down train operations ahead of a possible strike set to start Saturday…

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