ANALYSIS: Conservatives claim Liberals broke rules with summer spending tour handing out billions

Liberal MPs and ministers finished their summer with a flourish of spending announcements that, in many cases, focused on regions of the country where

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Military justice system doesn’t breach charter rights, Supreme Court rules

Canada’s military justice system doesn’t contravene the Charter of Rights and Freedoms and can remain as is, the country’s top court has ruled. In

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Alberta now has 1 year to fix its Mental Health Act after court rules it violates basic rights

Alberta has one year to overhaul its mental health law, after a court decision found that the existing rules allowed doctors to confine and medicate

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Bylaw change relaxes rules for supportive housing in Edmonton

More than 30 people living on the streets or in Edmonton parks may have new homes in the coming months. Council’s urban planning committee agreed

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Officials take look at zones for EI rules, hoping to avoid political pitfalls

A federal department is reconsidering the boundaries that determine how workers in different areas qualify for employment insurance. Changes to the 64 EI regions,

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Stricter infill rules coming to Edmonton, councillors say

New infill projects in Edmonton may be subject to stricter rules in the coming years after councillors reviewed a recent report showing complaints jumped

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Twitter users voice opposition of UCP plan to revert to old GSA rules

Alberta’s United Conservative Party said if elected, schools will operate under rules for gay-straight alliances that were developed before the NDP came to power.

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Following deaths of 21 horses, California racetrack imposes new safety, welfare rules

ARCADIA, Calif. — Santa Anita will impose new rules to scrutinize horses training on its racetrack and add a director of equine welfare following

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Alberta farm groups ask province to push date for new driver training rules

A coalition representing Alberta’s agriculture producers wants the province to change its launch date on new training rules for truck drivers. The province says

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A house divided: Saanich homeowners, renters split over relaxing rental rules

It was a full house at a District of Saanich council meeting Monday night as homeowners debated how full a house should really be. More than

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