Quebec judge tosses insider trading trial against former Amaya CEO

In a stunning rebuke of Quebec’s securities regulator, a Quebec court judge ordered Wednesday all charges of insider trading against…

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Oldest lizard fossil fills evolutionary ‘missing link’

A finger-sized fossilized creature found in the Italian Alps is the earliest lizard ever discovered, a new study suggests, filling a…

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Edmonton Sixties Scoop survivors disappointed in federal hearing

As a federal hearing over a proposed $875 million Sixties Scoop Settlement played out in Saskatoon on Friday, survivors from…

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Downtown Edmonton park adorned with red dresses to honour missing and murdered Indigenous women

Two red dresses hang from a tree in a downtown Edmonton park — empty shells moved easily by the wind.…

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Gas prices hit record 160.9 cents per litre in Vancouver

Gas prices continue to break records in the Lower Mainland, as prices hit 160.9 cents for a litre in Vancouver.…

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Edmonton Alberta Weather & News

A new church in downtown St. John’s is putting a modern twist on religion and spirituality with a young pastor who…

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Grande Prairie drop-in shelter cuts back hours after budget strained by long winter, increased use

A Grande Prairie drop-in shelter, financially over-extended from a long and brutal winter, has had to significantly reduce its spring…

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Trans Mountain pipeline rally draws hundreds to McDougall Centre in Calgary

A large crowd packed into the plaza at the McDougall Centre in Calgary on Tuesday for a rally to show support…

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Humboldt crash raises memories, solidarity from those who knew Boys in Red

When Chris Quinn heard about the bus crash involving the Humboldt Broncos, his heart went out to the parents of…

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Inflation heats up to 2.2% in February as energy and food prices spike – Business

The cost of living went up at a 2.2 per cent annual pace in February, its highest level since 2014,…

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