Why killing Alberta’s carbon tax could kill Kinder Morgan pipeline

The federal government announced last week it’s willing to put its money where its mouth has long been in supporting the…

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Calling Lake, Alta. plagued by recent rash of break-ins

Barb and Chris Flis thought they had done everything they could to keep their cottage secure. Most recently, the couple…

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Young Indigenous girl hits the track and the high notes

Christina Hollingworth rocks back and forth, tapping her feet rhythmically as she nestles the shot between her neck and her…

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Edmonton’s Animal Care and Control Centre hosts menagerie of lost pets

It’s not unusual to hear strange animal noises in the back rooms of the Animal Care and Control Centre (ACCC) in Edmonton. A veritable…

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Castle that gave Calgary its name hits the real estate market

The castle in Scotland that gave Calgary its name is up for sale — and for a castle, it’s a bloody…

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Workers at Goderich salt mine accept deal to end 12-week strike

The 12-week strike at the salt mine in Goderich, Ontario is over.  Workers voted Monday to accept a three-year deal…

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March in downtown Edmonton commemorates 50th anniversary of residential school closure

The Edmonton Indian Residential School closed 50 years ago, but its effects are still felt by survivors and their families.…

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New poll suggests east-west divide in bike lane attitudes

Canadians in major urban areas are largely in favour of separated bike lanes, a new poll suggests, but that doesn’t…

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Dinosaur brings extra protection to redesigned Alberta driver’s licences, ID cards

Albertans will see, hear and feel some new changes the next time they get a driver’s licence or an identification card. The government…

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Former Ontario PC leader Patrick Brown seeks $8M in defamation suit vs. CTV

Lawyers representing former Ontario Progressive Conservative leader Patrick Brown on Monday filed a statement of claim in Superior Court against CTV, which…

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