Dozens of birds dead after landing in Kearl oilsands site tailings ponds in Alberta

As many as 50 birds have died after landing in tailings areas at the Kearl oilsands site near Fort McMurray, Imperial Oil said Tuesday.  Over several

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Coronavirus: Dozens of companies on wait-list to distribute test kits in Canada amid shortage

Every province and territory across Canada is asking for more COVID-19 test kits, but Health Canada has only approved 13 companies so far to

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Dozens of Grand Villa Casino employees will be laid off, union rep says

Dozens of employees at the Grand Villa Casino in downtown Edmonton face layoffs, including some who received their notices of termination this week. Since Tuesday,

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Okotoks teen 3D prints dozens of face shields for health-care workers amid COVID-19 outbreak

When his family bought a 3D printer for Christmas two years ago, a 13-year-old in Okotoks, Alta., never thought that he would end up using it to help

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AER lays off dozens of employees, with more cuts on the way

The Alberta Energy Regulator has laid off dozens of staff with more cuts on the way in the coming weeks.  Interim CEO Gordon Lambert

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Dozens laid off as TorStar closes StarMetro national free newspaper chain

Torstar Corp. said Tuesday it will shutter its StarMetro newspapers across the country and cut 73 jobs and will also offer voluntary buyouts to

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Banks tell dozens of customers they’re to blame for thousands of dollars lost to e-transfer fraudsters

A Manitoba man says marketing that claims people are protected when they e-transfer money is misleading, after fraudsters stole $3,000 and TD Bank said

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Facebook auto-generated dozens of pages for Islamic State, al-Qaida: whistleblower – National

In the face of criticism that Facebook is not doing enough to combat extremist messaging, the company likes to say that its automated systems remove

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Auditor alleges city driving instructor wrongfully issued dozens of certificates

An Edmonton Transit Service driving instructor wrongfully issued nearly 100 certificates to people trying to avoid licence suspensions and get cheaper insurance rates, a

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Dozens of youth in care head to B.C Legislature to lobby government for more foster care support

More than 45 young people living in government care in Metro Vancouver are heading to Victoria on Wednesday to share their stories and lobby

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