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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City gives up on Centre Line LRT bridge over river, for now

Edmonton’s Centre Line LRT is likely two decades away from being built, but on Tuesday city councillors agreed the train…

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Power surge knocks out Jasper SkyTram, stranding 160

Some 160 people were rescued by helicopter after a power surge shut down the Jasper SkyTram Monday night, stranding them at the…

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Inventory up, prices down in Edmonton real estate market

The number of Edmonton single family homes, condominiums and duplexes on the market stood at 7,680 in June, an increase of…

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Indigenous woman fights to stay in Canada, saying traditional territory is B.C.

A First Nations woman working to revive a threatened language in her traditional territory of northern British Columbia says she’s…

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Canadian total oil production expected to rise by a third by 2035

Driven by growth in Alberta’s oilsands, Canada’s total oil production should increase to 5.6 million barrels per day by 2035 — a 33…

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‘Angry fire’ destroys historic Cape Breton inn in Baddeck

An early-morning fire has destroyed the main building at the historic Inverary Resort in Baddeck, N.S. The Inn has been…

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Motive in Mississauga restaurant bombing still a mystery as police continue investigation

The owner of Bombay Bhel will spend part of his Saturday meeting with Peel police as officers continue to investigate…

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Widow of Quebec City mosque victim begs judge to give shooter an ‘exemplary’ punishment

Sentencing hearings are underway in Quebec City for Alexandre Bissonnette, the man who pleaded guilty to last year’s fatal mosque…

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