Indigenous gathering for hearing impaired promotes community inclusion

A gathering this weekend at the Oneida Nation of the Thames near London, Ont., aims to bring together Indigenous people who…

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Alberta RCMP recover 9 racing bikes stolen from Malaysian cycling team

Nine of the 10 racing bikes stolen from a Malaysian cycling team were found at an abandoned property just outside…

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Elderly man struck on northeast Edmonton road sustains life-threatening injuries

An elderly man sustained life-threatening injuries when he was struck by a vehicle while crossing a northeast Edmonton road on Saturday morning.…

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K-Days experiment tests whether fairgoers have taste for local food and drink

K-Days took a turn toward local food and beer for this year’s festival and, with two days left for the…

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Aeroplan to launch charter airline after Air Canada partnership ends

Aeroplan aims to get into the airline business by offering charter flights to its most popular destinations as the loyalty program…

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Argos’ Franklin knocks off Eskimos in 1st start for Toronto

The Toronto Argonauts are off to a good start without their starting quarterback. James Franklin passed for one touchdown and…

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Refugees can now apply for Alberta driver’s licence while waiting for claim

Refugees in Alberta can now apply for a one-year driver’s licence while they wait for their claim to be processed.…

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Collingwood restaurant mistakenly receives online backlash from Trump supporters

Last weekend, Diane Smith woke up to a flurry of crude messages directed at her Collingwood, Ont., restaurant’s Facebook page.…

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U of A president should cut pay before charging students more, minister says – Edmonton

Advanced Education Minister Marlin Schmidt says University of Alberta president David Turpin should take a pay cut before charging students…

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‘Queer History’ app documents Edmonton’s LGBTQ history

Dozens of men, handcuffed and in various states of undress, were escorted out of the bathhouse and herded into the…

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