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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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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Edmonton Catholic, public schools expand shared busing program to save money

Edmonton Catholic and public schools will expand their shared bus program in September, after conversations about creating an independent transportation…

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Toronto man charged with assault in alleged attack on newspaper photographer

Toronto police have made an arrest in an alleged assault on a newspaper photographer in the city’s downtown. It happened last…

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Liberals promise to repeal restriction on charities’ political activity

The Liberal government is headed to court to defend a part of the Income Tax Act that limits the political…

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Community safety minister slammed for saying he wore bulletproof vest at Jane and Finch

Comments made by Ontario’s minister of community safety and corrections on Wednesday are being slammed as racist by the opposition parties.…

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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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How surviving cancer helped former Kid in The Hall Scott Thompson confront his fear of standup

Finally, Scott Thompson feels free to do standup comedy. The former Kids In The Hall cast member and comic says…

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Thousands still without power in Outaouais after Monday storms

Thousands of people remain without power in west Quebec and eastern Ontario this morning after thunderstorms swept through the region…

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Canada aims to curb number of migrant children held in detention

The Canadian government is taking steps to further reduce the number of migrant children and families held in detention centres,…

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