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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Needle exchanges coming to 2 Canadian prisons

Inmates at two federal prisons who use injection drugs will have access to clean syringes beginning in June, with the…

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‘Angry fire’ destroys historic Cape Breton inn in Baddeck

An early-morning fire has destroyed the main building at the historic Inverary Resort in Baddeck, N.S. The Inn has been…

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London, Ont., physician Tarek Loubani shot in leg near Gaza border

An Ontario physician, who works at the London Health Sciences Centre, has been shot in the leg while delivering emergency…

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UCP members ignore MLA pleas to vote against gay-straight alliance motion

Despite pleas from three MLAs, a majority of United Conservative Party members passed a motion at their inaugural convention Sunday to…

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‘There’s a ton riding on this’: Enbridge pipeline project dealt blow in Minnesota

Line 3 was supposed to be simple. Enbridge’s oil pipeline was old, unreliable and prone to leaking. It’s proposed replacement had…

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Crown appeal seeks new murder trial after accused gang leader Nick Chan freed due to delays

The Crown is appealing a Calgary judge’s decision to stay all charges against Nick Chan and seeking a new murder…

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An Edmonton theatre company needed a venue for their shows — so they made one

A man walks into an Edmonton building. He decides to open a live comedy theatre in it. Byron Martin started…

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No charges for homeowner who fired gun during alleged rural Sask. break-in – Saskatchewan

RCMP are once again advising Saskatchewan residents against using a firearm in a situation in which they feel threatened, after a…

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