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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Too rude for the road: Here are the licence plates Alberta won’t allow

From politically incorrect to plain old lewd, some vanity plates are just too rude for the road. Every year, the…

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B.C. Wildfires 2018: Desert-like conditions fuel ‘free-burning’ blaze south of Burns Lake

Fire officials painted an alarming picture Monday night of three huge, raging wildfires racing through an area of central B.C. west…

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Banff holds blessing ceremony with Indigenous elders before letting bison roam

Several Indigenous elders are to be flown by helicopter into the backcountry of Banff National Park today for a blessing…

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Infill roadmap a must to get Edmonton on right path, developer says

City councillors are giving their initial thumbs up to a new blueprint for infill housing, which calls for more low-rise apartments,…

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3 people missing after tumbling into B.C.’s Shannon Falls

Police say a search is underway for three people who reportedly fell into the waters of Shannon Falls Provincial Park and…

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Jermaine Loewen’s ‘dream come true’ journey from Jamaican orphanage to rural Manitoba to the Dallas Stars

Manitoba’s Jermaine Loewen is the first Jamaican-born player to be drafted to the NHL, but his story was inspiring long…

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‘We’re riding for peace’: Ukrainian war vets on cycling journey across North America

Armed with only their bikes, a team of riders from Ukraine are riding 10,000 kilometres across North America to raise …

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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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