Regimental funeral to be held Aug. 18 for 2 Fredericton officers killed in shooting

A regimental funeral will be held next week to honour the lives of the two Fredericton Police Force officers killed…

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Edmonton’s Boler enthusiasts hit the road for ultimate celebration

Boler owners are the first to admit that they’re crazy about their egg-shaped fibreglass trailers.  “It’s sort of, jokingly, a…

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Expos great Vladimir Guerrero inducted into Baseball Hall of Fame

During his 16-year career, Vladimir Guerrero rarely left fans wanting more, although his speech on Sunday as he was inducted…

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Pediatricians need more information on medical marijuana for kids, study says

About half of pediatric doctors surveyed about cannabis say they’ve encountered a young patient who had used marijuana for a…

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2 homes gutted by fire in southwest Edmonton

Randy Painchaud is feeling blessed after his family escaped an early morning house fire in southwest Edmonton unscathed. He says his wife, two…

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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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Green bin collection gets thumbs up from parties of all colours in Ontario

All the major political parties in Ontario agree that a curbside green bin collection program should exist in your large…

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Event for Edmonton’s homeless connects people in need with basic services of daily life

Both Penny Whitford and Asia Sauve were shocked when they found out they were pregnant. Even now, months after giving…

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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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73% of Canadians to change Facebook habits after data mining furor, survey suggests – Technology & Science

Almost three-quarters of Canadians surveyed say recent data mining issues with Facebook will cause them to modify how they use the…

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