Alta. farmers harvest crop for charity, despite cool and wet weather

A rainy and cool summer has set harvesting season back two to three weeks, says one farmer involved with the annual “Share the Harvest”

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Trial for 2 Ontario Liberals facing Election Act bribery charges set to start today

  SUDBURY, Ont. – A trial starts today in Sudbury, Ont., for two provincial Liberals accused of bribery under the Election Act stemming from

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‘I am awesome’: How a millennial built a fentanyl empire

Claire Galofaro And Lindsay Whitehurst, The Associated Press Published Saturday, September 14, 2019 3:20PM EDT SALT LAKE CITY — The photo that flashed onto

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Class sizes swell across Calgary as enrolment rises 2,000 students year over year

Enrolment is up by 2,000 students across the Calgary public school system this year, and everyone is feeling it. One Calgary parent says her

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Little harvest, big impact: Alberta volunteer farmers help battle global hunger

A group of volunteer farmers say roughly 300 acres of Alberta barley could help raise close to half a million dollars to battle global

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Vancouver Island road where bus rolled has been object of safety complaints for years, say local leaders

The chief councillor of the First Nations in Bamfield, B.C. says the narrow, winding gravel road where two University of Victoria students were killed

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Volunteer firefighter gets married amid the flames of B.C.’s wildfires – British Columbia – Canada News

B.C. firefighters have had a hectic couple of weeks as they battle wildfires across the province. But it’s been even busier for Ashcroft’s Ryan and

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‘Well, show it:’ Trudeau challenged by Quebec voters over position on Bill 21

Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau‘s preference for a day of shaking hands and light conversations on the campaign trail Saturday didn’t materialize, as some Quebec

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Volunteer scuba divers embark on underwater cleanup expedition of the St. Lawrence – Montreal

One year to the day, the woman dubbed the Mermaid of the St. Lawrence Seaway — after having completed a two-day underwater expedition from

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Police investigating break-ins at thrift store and ice cream shop

Calgary police are investigating two separate break-in incidents that took place in the early morning Friday and Saturday. The first incident, which took place

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