Why some Canadian farmers are still choosing horses over tractors

Finding a tractor would have been easy, but Mylaine Massicotte wanted horses. After her last draft horse died last fall,…

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‘A great day’: Kinder Morgan CEO cheerful after Trans Mountain sale

After several years of delays and uncertainty surrounding the Trans Mountain expansion project, the chief executive of Kinder Morgan was…

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State of emergency extended as 2018 becomes worst B.C. wildfire season on record

The B.C. government has extended the provincial state of emergency because of wildfires that have now burned more area than…

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Judicial complaint filed against judge who approved Sixties Scoop settlement

A judicial complaint filed Friday against Federal Court Justice Michel Shore questions how he could mediate and approve the $875 million…

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SIU investigating Hamilton police officer in Good Samaritan’s death

Ontario’s provincial police watchdog announced Friday that it is now investigating a Hamilton police officer in connection with the death…

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Toronto man charged with assault in alleged attack on newspaper photographer

Toronto police have made an arrest in an alleged assault on a newspaper photographer in the city’s downtown. It happened last…

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Distrust lingers as City of Edmonton tackles harassment complaints

City of Edmonton staff and union leaders are reluctant to trust the city’s revised harassment and discrimination strategy, councillors heard…

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Moncton Mountie murderer Justin Bourque posts profile on matchmaking website

One of Canada’s most notorious killers — who murdered three RCMP officers and wounded two others — has taken to an online…

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New poll suggests east-west divide in bike lane attitudes

Canadians in major urban areas are largely in favour of separated bike lanes, a new poll suggests, but that doesn’t…

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Edmonton city bus drivers put to the test at annual skills competition

Edmonton city bus drivers got to show off their skills in an obstacle course on Saturday at the annual Transit Skills Bus…

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