Ottawa considered speeding up new seatbelt rule after Humboldt Broncos crash: documents

The father of a teen who died in a crash that killed 16 people on the Humboldt Broncos junior hockey…

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Via Rail cancels service between Sudbury, White River as CP Rail strike looms

Via Rail Canada has cancelled some service in northern Ontario because of a strike notice given to Canadian Pacific Railway…

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Edmonton Catholic, public schools expand shared busing program to save money

Edmonton Catholic and public schools will expand their shared bus program in September, after conversations about creating an independent transportation…

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Missing Quebec toddler found safe after exhaustive police search

A two-year-old boy has been found safe and sound after having wandered away from his home in Dundee, Quebec Saturday…

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Hate-motivated crimes likely under-reported in Alberta, police say

A figure in a dark hoodie walked away from the Edson mosque while holding a jerrycan, presumably responsible for the…

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Lawyer claims young Toronto black man beaten into coma by officers, but police say it never happened

An alleged case of police brutality making waves on social media — involving a 23-year-old black man whose lawyer says…

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Son’s braid cut at Calgary school: Indigenous mother hopes for teaching moment

Shantel Tallow and her son Rafe Vadnais began a meaningful ritual last weekend when the 11-year-old asked if she would…

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Canada’s Michael Ondaatje up for best-ever Booker Prize accolade

Canadian author Michael Ondaatje is one of five contenders for the title of greatest-ever winner of the prestigious Man Booker Prize for fiction.…

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Former Notley chief of staff rehired as ‘executive adviser’ while facing FOIP probe

The former chief of staff for Alberta Premier Rachel Notley was rehired as an “executive adviser” to the Alberta government shortly…

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Clare Drake, legendary and beloved U of A hockey coach, dies at age 89

Clare Drake, the legendary University of Alberta coach known as the winningest college hockey coach ever, died Sunday morning in his…

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