Trudeau, Harper among Canadians paying tribute to U.S. Sen. John McCain

Canadian politicians are expressing their sympathies to the family of Arizona Sen. John McCain, who has died of brain cancer…

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TREB loses Supreme Court bid to appeal release of real estate sold figures

The Supreme Court of Canada said Thursday morning it won’t hear an appeal from the Toronto Real Estate Board that would aim…

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Downtown water main break interrupts high school diploma exams

Alberta Education says it is working to help any students whose diploma exams were interrupted by a large water main…

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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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Cree filmmaker from Manitoba to take part in San Diego Comic Con panel

An indigenous filmmaker from Manitoba got a little bit of celebrity help after she was selected to be a panellist at…

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Fire ban issued for Jasper National Park

Parks Canada has issued a fire ban for Jasper National Park due to extreme fire danger. The fire ban is…

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Former SNC-Lavalin executive charged in illegal political donations scheme

A former vice-president of SNC-Lavalin has been charged with soliciting illegal campaign donations from employees of the engineering firm and reimbursing…

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‘Hungry Man Bandit’ wanted for series of 9 robberies across southwest Edmonton

Police are looking for a man they think committed nine robberies across southwest Edmonton between February and April. Most of the robberies…

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Alberta school division sorry after employee dressed up in blackface

An Alberta school division has apologized after a staff member at a Christian school wore blackface while dressed up as a…

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Brother remembers Broncos hockey player as humble, honest, hard-working

Playing with mini-sticks in the basement is a common activity for many hockey-loving families. For the Wack brothers, who grew up…

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