Edmonton ISIS recruits laid groundwork for aspiring foreign fighters, expert says

Three Edmonton ISIS recruits were part of the first group of travellers who laid the groundwork for others to travel…

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Homicide confirmed in northeast Edmonton shooting

A man found critically injured, lying in the street in northeast Edmonton was the victim of a homicide, police confirmed Wednesday.…

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Outspoken former RCMP officer Krista Carle has died

A woman who fought to bring attention to harassment within the RCMP has died. Friends and colleagues confirmed that former…

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Argos’ Franklin knocks off Eskimos in 1st start for Toronto

The Toronto Argonauts are off to a good start without their starting quarterback. James Franklin passed for one touchdown and…

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Canadian and U.S. pot firms cross borders to raise money in battle for dominance

As U.S. and Canadian government policies toward marijuana grow more divergent amid Canada’s push for legalization, their stock exchanges have…

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After a sunny Summit of the Americas, Trudeau arrives home to face warring premiers

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s first overseas excursion since his ill-starred visit to India seemed, at first, to be starting the…

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Police chase stolen semi truck from Red Deer to Airdrie – Calgary

RCMP and Calgary police worked together Friday night to stop a stolen semi truck that went on a rampage from…

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Efforts to change jury selection could see results within a year, Senator Murray Sinclair says – Manitoba

A team of people working on making changes to the Criminal Code, specifically surrounding jury selection, could have results within…

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Edmonton Alberta Weather & News

An Inuk activist has been released from hospital for a second time since her health struggles raised awareness about an…

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