Murray Segal to lead review of Hassan Diab extradition

Justice Minister Jody Wilson-Raybould has asked the former deputy attorney general of Ontario, Murray Segal, to conduct the external review…

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Man’s body found at Edmonton paper recycling depot

Recycling truck workers in Edmonton found a man’s body Thursday morning in a load of paper and cardboard. After stopping…

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Man seriously injured in southeast Edmonton park lot shooting

A young man was seriously injured in a shooting in southeast Edmonton Monday night. Police were called to a parking…

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Alberta files defence in B.C.’s court challenge of ‘turn off the taps’ legislation

The Province of Alberta filed a statement of defence to British Columbia’s court challenge of Alberta’s “turn of the taps”…

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Trudeau government should help those hit by Trump tax: MPs

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s government should be doing more to help thousands of Canadian residents being hit hard by U.S.…

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Edmonton’s body rub parlours safer with task force, report shows

The city of Edmonton says the body rub industry is safer than it was 2016. In the last year and a…

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From EpiPens to antibiotics, report finds Canada’s drug shortages could be getting worse

A new report probing Canada’s struggle to keep pharmacy shelves stocked has turned up a number of possible causes, and…

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Edible marijuana companies find creative ways to push product at Edmonton Cannabis Expo

For many vendors, Edmonton’s Cannabis and Hemp Expo was a chance to showcase their products ahead of legalization in summer…

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Police investigated Bruce McArthur for months before telling public there was no evidence of serial killer

When Toronto police told the public in December that there was no evidence of a serial killer operating in Toronto’s…

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Alberta government releases new fire ban app ahead of long weekend

If you’re thinking of heading out into the great outdoors for the May long weekend but don’t know the fire risk,…

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