Senate to implement mandatory harassment training for all senators, staff

As part of an effort to move beyond recent scandals — and to stave off future ones — the Senate…

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Edmonton firefighters battle 2 serious blazes since Sunday

An early morning fire destroyed a house under construction in the Griesbach neighbourhood early Monday morning, just hours after another…

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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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How Aurora Cannabis is marketing itself before its product is legal

How do you market a product that’s not yet legal? You can’t, but you can market your brand — and…

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28 rafters rescued from North Saskatchewan River near Rocky Mountain House

Twenty-eight people had to be rescued this weekend after their rafts got stuck in trees in the North Saskatchewan River near…

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Indigenous woman fights to stay in Canada, saying traditional territory is B.C.

A First Nations woman working to revive a threatened language in her traditional territory of northern British Columbia says she’s…

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‘I don’t want to be hassled’: Some Edmonton police no longer conducting street checks, says chief

Some Edmonton police officers are resisting doing street checks because the practise is controversial and they fear being investigated, says…

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Ontario election path to victory runs through the 905

One of the cardinal rules of Ontario politics has long been that it is virtually impossible to win an election…

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Alberta school division sorry after employee dressed up in blackface

An Alberta school division has apologized after a staff member at a Christian school wore blackface while dressed up as a…

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Why Facebook is getting in on the dating game — now

As Facebook continues to face questions about its ability to protect the privacy of users’ data in the wake of…

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