Tesla wins case against Ontario government over electric vehicle rebates

Tesla Motors Canada has won its case against the Ontario government over electric vehicle rebates. “We’re pleased with the Court’s…

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‘People on the path’ aims to show not everyone is pro-pipeline, group says

A non-profit group is using art to send a message to politicians and the oil and gas industry that not…

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An Edmonton theatre company needed a venue for their shows — so they made one

A man walks into an Edmonton building. He decides to open a live comedy theatre in it. Byron Martin started…

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Woman removed from Air Canada flight after crew wrongly believed her rash was contagious

An Edmonton woman visiting Halifax says she was removed from an Air Canada flight after the crew wrongly assumed she…

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Province to scrap Ontario basic income pilot project

The Ontario basic income pilot project is coming to an end, says Children, Community and Social Services Minister Lisa MacLeod. MacLeod said…

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Edmonton man charged in $5.5 million Ponzi scheme

Edmonton police say they have uncovered a multi-million dollar Ponzi scheme involving hundreds of fraudulent mortgage loans.  Police allege Timothy Carruthers…

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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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