Man, 38, killed in construction accident west of Edmonton – Edmonton

A 38-year-old man was killed Monday in a construction accident in Stony Plain, west of Edmonton, RCMP say. Police were contacted around 1:15 p.m. about

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Flowers over followers at St. Agatha farm

Theresa Schumilas grew organic vegetables for three decades. As a retirement project, she decided to head in a new direction, and began growing what

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Burnley condemns ‘White Lives Matter’ banner flown over Etihad Stadium

Burnley has strongly condemned a “White Lives Matter Burnley” banner that was flown by a small plane over the Etihad Stadium ahead of their

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Provincial government holds town hall to discuss second phase of reopening

WINNIPEG — Provincial government ministers and health officials held a town hall Tuesday night to talk with Manitobans about questions or concerns about the

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Air Force to hold funeral procession in Halifax for victim of Snowbirds crash

The Royal Canadian Air Force is organizing a procession through the streets of Halifax this weekend to honour the Snowbirds aerobatic team member who

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China reopens more schools, revives flights as new cases flatline

BEIJING — China on Sunday reported five new cases of the coronavirus, as the commercial hub of Shanghai announced the restart of some classes

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Long wait for Tokyo 2020 Olympic souvenir market to pick up

TOKYO — These are lonely times for thousands of souvenirs in dozens of Tokyo 2020 Olympic stores, which are drawing few customers with the

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‘Just unbelievable’: Neighbours of Nova Scotia shooting suspect shocked by news

HALIFAX — People who live near the denture clinic where Gabriel Wortman worked say they were stunned to learn that he was the suspect

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Bridgewater police arrest man during alleged robbery at pharmacy

HALIFAX — A Bridgewater, N.S. man is in police custody following an attempted robbery late Tuesday afternoon. Bridgewater police responded to a 911 call

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Hit hard by COVID-19, Montreal’s Hasidic community adjusting to public-health orders

MONTREAL — Several police cars patrolled the Outremont and Mile End areas of Montreal Saturday, ensuring that religious gatherings by Hasidic Jews were cancelled

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