DaBaby, Roddy Ricch to help BET celebrate awards virtually

BET will celebrate its 40th year as a network, as well as it 20th awards show, on Sunday — but the event will go

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Man charged after shooting north of downtown

EDMONTON — A 31-year-old man has been arrested in connection to a shooting at a home north of downtown Edmonton in March. The Edmonton

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Petition launched to retitle Edmonton school named after pro-KKK mayor

EDMONTON — There’s a new effort to change the name of an Edmonton school amid renewed debate over the racist legacies of some city

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Late start hurt Canada in Security Council campaign, says Trudeau

OTTAWA — Canada’s late start in campaigning for the United Nations Security Council led to its defeat to Norway and Ireland, Prime Minister Justin

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Canadian Black Chamber of Commerce requests $165M from feds to support business hurt by COVID-19

TORONTO — The Canadian Black Chamber of Commerce is calling on the federal government to provide financial support for Black business owners affected by

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N.S. man facing weapons, impaired driving charges after firing shots inside home

HALIFAX — A 35-year-old man from Windsor Road, N.S. has been charged with weapons charges, assault and impaired driving after a dispute Thursday night.

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Four COVID-19 outbreaks declared over; total case count in Ottawa adjusted

OTTAWA — Ottawa Public Health has officially declared an end to the COVID-19 outbreaks at four congregate institutions. This brings the number of ongoing

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Weekend super-soaker: Here’s how much rain has fallen

EDMONTON — Steady rain across much of central and north-central Alberta hit regions NE of Edmonton the hardest. 50 to 60 mm of rain

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Number of children in foster care too high, Sask. NDP and FSIN say

SASKATOON — The NDP says statistics from the Ministry of Social Services detailing the number of children in foster care shows a troubling trend.

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After putting hospitality on hold, N.B. tourism town rolls out the welcome mat

ST. ANDREWS, N.B. — About two months after asking visitors to stay away due to the COVID-19 pandemic, a popular tourism town in southern

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