Edmonton, Calgary top Canadian cities in unemployment

Alberta has the second-worst provincial unemployment rate in Canada after Newfoundland and Labrador.. According to new Statistics Canada data, unemployment reached 15.5 per cent

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Cleveland Indians consider changing name amid pressure

CLEVELAND — They’ve been known as the Cleveland Indians since 1915. Those days could be over. Amid new pressure sparked by a national movement

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Residents protest ‘extreme force’ allegedly used by West Grey Police

DURHAM, ON — An alleged case of police brutality sparked a protest outside West Grey Police Headquarters in Durham Thursday night. About 50 supporters

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Hundreds turn out for rolling protest of nuclear waste plan

TEESWATER, ONT. — Hundreds of South Bruce residents let it be known they don’t want nuclear waste buried under their community Tuesday night. Protect

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Updated Presto app allows you to tap your card to your phone to reload funds

TORONTO — A major update to the Presto app put out this week means that most smartphone users can now tap their Presto cards

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As summer arrives early in N.B, some enjoy the heat while others try to keep cool

SHEDIAC, N.B. — Parlee Beach in Shediac was packed on Thursday. There was snow just a couple weeks ago, but it has turned to

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Report: Anti-Semitic incidents in U.S. hit record high in 2019

SILVER SPRING, MD. — American Jews were targets of more anti-Semitic incidents in 2019 than any other year over the past four decades, a

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Judge extends Joe Exotic’s deadline to challenge convictions

OKLAHOMA CITY — A former Oklahoma zookeeper who was sentenced to 22 years in prison for a murder-for-hire plot and federal wildlife violations has

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More Manitoba events closed, cancelled and postponed amid the pandemic

WINNIPEG — With provincial health officials urging Manitobans to follow physical distancing precautions, more events including conferences, concerts and gatherings continue to be cancelled.

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First Nations call for Manitoba Hydro Keeyask Generating Station’s closure amid the COVID-19 pandemic

WINNIPEG — First Nations in northern Manitoba are calling for the Manitoba Hydro Keeyask Generating Station to shut down in order to avoid the

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