‘It’s old fashioned and I like that’: Sask. dairy approved to sell milk directly from farmyard

It used to be a common practice to buy milk directly from small dairies. For Martha Froese-Kooijenga, being able to…

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Giant farm equipment tires got the wheels turning for Alberta farmer-turned-inventor

To invent, as Thomas Edison once said, you just need a good imagination and a pile of junk. For Alberta…

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Edmonton Sixties Scoop survivors disappointed in federal hearing

As a federal hearing over a proposed $875 million Sixties Scoop Settlement played out in Saskatoon on Friday, survivors from…

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Jasper pitches relaxed rules for cannabis retailers

Jasper’s municipal council says it won’t put any limits on the number of cannabis retailers allowed within the mountain resort…

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Edmonton’s Cariwest festival lives it up on roomy legislature grounds

Edmonton festivals are taking advantage of the relocated site at the Alberta legislature grounds this year, prompting many to compare the…

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Special air quality alert issued for Edmonton

Environment Canada says wildfire smoke is causing poor air quality and reduced visibility in Edmonton, Sherwood Park and St. Albert, Alberta.…

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Online sexual exploitation of Alberta teen leads to arrest of Netherlands man

The Dutch national police force has arrested a man accused of coercing a teen boy in Lethbridge into sending him…

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Spruce Grove man ‘badly assaulted’ by 4 attackers, RCMP say

RCMP are investigating an “aggravated” four-on-one assault early Sunday that sent a 24-year-old man to hospital. Around 4 a.m., four young…

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Vote Compass: Horwath taps those weary of Wynne, fearful of Ford

Based on the more than 220,000 responses to date to the Ontario election edition of Vote Compass, it would appear…

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Inflation heats up to 2.2% in February as energy and food prices spike – Business

The cost of living went up at a 2.2 per cent annual pace in February, its highest level since 2014,…

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