Regimental funeral to be held Aug. 18 for 2 Fredericton officers killed in shooting

A regimental funeral will be held next week to honour the lives of the two Fredericton Police Force officers killed…

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Virtue and Moir, Chris Hadfield, Seth Rogen to join Canada’s Walk of Fame

Movie star Seth Rogen, Olympic medallists Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir, and retired astronaut Chris Hadfield are joining Canada’s Walk…

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Canadian ‘Dreamer’ in Edmonton sees new university program as his best hope

A young Ethiopian man living in Edmonton hopes getting into York University in Toronto would help him and his family…

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Banff couple say they’ve secured half of $600M needed to build Banff passenger train

If you don’t have the use of a car, chances are Greyhound’s announcement this week might have rattled your travel plans. …

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Far-right groups, counter-protesters rally over asylum seekers at Canada-U.S. border

Duelling protests are being held this afternoon at the Canada-U.S. border crossing in Saint-Bernard-de-Lacolle, Que. Far-right groups are protesting against…

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Edmonton man who intervened in attack on London Drugs clerk receives police commission award

Steve Lount will always remember the December night when a man at a west–end London Drugs store held a clerk against her will…

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Making a feathered friend: small bird won’t stop following northern Ontario man around

A wild ruffed grouse has taken an unusual shine to a man from a small township in northern Ontario. Brian…

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Edmonton city hall chalks up $31M surplus in 2017 operating budget – Edmonton

The city`s 2017 operating budget has registered a $31-million surplus, with savings on Edmonton snow removal due to a lighter year of…

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Edmonton Alberta Weather

[su_slider source=”category: 8903″ limit=”35″ link=”post” target=”blank” width=”700″ height=”340″] Hubert Lacroix, the outgoing president of CBC/Radio-Canada, is sticking with the public…

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