State of emergency extended as 2018 becomes worst B.C. wildfire season on record

The B.C. government has extended the provincial state of emergency because of wildfires that have now burned more area than…

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Judge lifts publication ban on details of deadly Fredericton shooting

A New Brunswick judge has lifted a publication ban on previously reported details about the Fredericton shooting a week ago that claimed…

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Ensign Energy Services makes $470M hostile takeover offer for Trinidad Drilling

Shares in Calgary-based Trinidad Drilling Ltd. leaped by almost 15 per cent Monday morning after cross-town rival Ensign Energy Services…

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Inmate’s sister ‘very disgusted’ after 7 overdoses at London, Ont., jail

The sister of an inmate who died from an apparent overdose at the Elgin-Middlesex Detention Centre earlier this year says…

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‘It was massive’: Survival stories emerge in wake of deadly tornado in Alonsa, Man.

As the clean up started for Friday evening’s tornado in Alonsa, Man., stories of how the community rallied together to…

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A taste of Halifax at Edmonton’s Blowers & Grafton

Halifax street food has come to Edmonton—or, such is the claim made by the owners behind Blowers & Grafton on…

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How a team of MUN students hopes to help a boy with cerebral palsy hold his head high

Mat Squires has a devilish sense of humour, loves ice cream sandwiches and lives with cerebral palsy. Because of his…

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Pregnant mom served cleaning solution instead of latte at southern Alberta McDonald’s

A pregnant woman was served a cleaning agent in a cup rather than the latte she ordered from a McDonald’s in…

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Edmonton man charged in $5.5 million Ponzi scheme

Edmonton police say they have uncovered a multi-million dollar Ponzi scheme involving hundreds of fraudulent mortgage loans.  Police allege Timothy Carruthers…

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Thousands of France fans pour onto Montreal streets after 4-2 World Cup victory

It may not be the Champs Elysées, but Parc Jean-Drapeau in Montreal was swarming with blue, white and red Sunday…

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