Robert Latimer, convicted of killing his disabled daughter, applies for pardon

Robert Latimer is applying to Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Justice Minister Jody Wilson-Raybould for either a pardon or a new trial…

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De Grasse out for rest of track season with 2nd hamstring injury

Andre De Grasse, whose sprint title reign in the 100 and 200 metres at the Canadian track and field championships ended…

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Alberta nurse fined for snooping in patients’ health information

A registered nurse in northwestern Alberta who looked at two people’s private health information without authorization has been fined nearly…

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Lightning strike may have killed 50 Canada geese outside of Montreal

After 50 Canada geese were found dead floating in the St. Lawrence River outside Montreal earlier this week, veterinarians are saying they may…

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Edmontonians explore eco homes on cross-city tour

Edmontonians curious about sustainable building practices toured across the city Saturday, checking out eco-friendly homes. The 2018 Eco-Solar Home Tour…

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PCs flag concerns about Ontario’s new voting machines

The Progressive Conservative party is raising concerns about new voting technology that will be used to cast and count ballots…

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From Edmonton basement to Toronto auction house: long-lost Tom Thomson painting sells for over $480K

A long-lost painting by Tom Thomson was sold at an art auction in Toronto for $481,250 on Wednesday, marking a reversal of fortune for…

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Tories attack plan for temporary housing at Quebec border crossing

The federal government is planning to build temporary housing for up to 520 people at a Quebec border crossing that…

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