Lac-Megantic memorial to be unveiled Monday, 7 years after the railway tragedy

MONTREAL — Precisely seven years after the railway tragedy that decimated dozens of its families, the City of Lac-Megantic will inaugurate the Espace Mémoire

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Last year for Griswold-like Christmas display

For 28 years, a home on Tuxedo Drive turns into a winter wonderland – but owners say after this year they’ll be turning off

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Tokyo Olympics followed up by 3 mega-events, all in China

TOKYO — Uncertainty grips next year’s postponed Tokyo Olympics: Will there be fans or empty stadiums in 14 months? And how will thousands of

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Alberta to release COVID-19 projections Tuesday

EDMONTON — Albertans will soon hear the toll the government expects COVID-19 to take in the province. Premier Jason Kenney said Alberta Health Services’

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Together while apart; Edmonton teachers find unique ways to connect with students

EDMONTON — Teachers in Edmonton are finding unique ways to connect with their students.  “Hey Kindergarten, it’s me Mrs. Perritt again. I was just

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Kitchener minor hockey coach and trainer passes away after collapsing at a game

KITCHENER — Kitchener minor hockey coach and trainer Al Scheklesky has died after collapsing during a road game in Windsor. The community he made

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Must-See Travel Destinations for 2020 – Travel

NewsUSA@NewsUSA.com (NewsUSA) (NewsUSA) -Today’s sophisticated travelers can enjoy once-in-a lifetime experiences in luxurious locations that are off the beaten path. If you crave the

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Armed robbers made off with Slurpee and a bag of chips, RCMP allege

WINNIPEG — RCMP are investigating an armed robbery at a Portage la Prairie business. On Jan. 21, around 2 p.m. RCMP said five suspects

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Firefighters help one escape McDermot Avenue fire through upper window

WINNIPEG — The City of Winnipeg said two people were taken to hospital in stable condition following a house fire on McDermot Avenue Wednesday.

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Rare snow squall hits southern Saskatchewan

REGINA — Environment and Climate Change Canada issued snow squall warnings for several areas in southern Saskatchewan on Thursday afternoon. The storm started moving

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