5 dead in 2-vehicle collision south of Millet

Wetaskiwin RCMP are investigating a two-vehicle collision that killed five people Tuesday afternoon. The collision happened at 4:15 p.m. approximately five kilometres south…

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Trans Mountain protesters decry ‘Justin Trudeau memorial pipeline’ in Burnaby, B.C.

Around 100 people protested at a Trans Mountain work site against the pipeline’s expansion on Saturday in Burnaby, B.C., and…

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Relationship with commission became ‘caustic,’ Edmonton police chief says

Edmonton’s police Chief Rod Knecht says his relationship with the police commission became “caustic” in 2017, after a communication breakdown…

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Alberta boaters rescue moose calf submerged in muddy riverbank

A sunny day on the river turned into a baby moose rescue mission Saturday afternoon when a group of boaters…

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Ottawa’s Trans Mountain insurance raises hopes in the oilpatch, but plenty of challenges remain

In the corridors of Alberta’s legislature and around the oilpatch, federal Finance Minister Bill Morneau’s commitment to backstop construction of the Trans Mountain…

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Manitoba premier drops night-hunt ban news in party fundraiser speech

The Manitoba government appears set to ban hunting with spotlights — a practice that Premier Brian Pallister said last year…

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Making a feathered friend: small bird won’t stop following northern Ontario man around

A wild ruffed grouse has taken an unusual shine to a man from a small township in northern Ontario. Brian…

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Computer hacker held four Edmonton companies ransom, police say – Edmonton

An Edmonton man is facing fraud and extortion charges after several businesses had their computer networks hacked and data stolen,…

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Drinking water advisory active since 2009 among 8 lifted on Prairie First Nations

Eight drinking water advisories affecting Prairie First Nations, including one active since August 2009, were lifted last month by the federal…

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Search for Kaden Young, swept away in Grand River, to be scaled back – Kitchener-Waterloo

Police say they will scale back the search for Kaden Young, the three-year-old who was swept out of his mother’s…

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