Outrage climbs as video of huge rocks thrown from Mount Rundle surfaces

A video of two people throwing huge rock chunks off Mount Rundle near Canmore — potentially putting climbers and hikers…

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Quebec labour tribunal sides with employer in cat-bereavement spat

A Quebec labour tribunal has sided with an employer who refused a woman’s request to work from home on the…

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Pediatricians need more information on medical marijuana for kids, study says

About half of pediatric doctors surveyed about cannabis say they’ve encountered a young patient who had used marijuana for a…

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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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Infill roadmap a must to get Edmonton on right path, developer says

City councillors are giving their initial thumbs up to a new blueprint for infill housing, which calls for more low-rise apartments,…

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U.S. judge gives conditional green light to Line 3 pipeline project

A judge in Minnesota has given a conditional green light to a Canadian energy company’s plan to expand a crude…

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Humboldt crash raises memories, solidarity from those who knew Boys in Red

When Chris Quinn heard about the bus crash involving the Humboldt Broncos, his heart went out to the parents of…

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‘I think my mom will die waiting in a hospital’: Budget doesn’t do enough for long-term care, family says

In a hospital room in rural Whitby, Ont., Anna Hoar feels like she’s in a movie. The day before, she thought the…

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