‘It’s going to be very expensive’: B.C. city’s gas heating prices going up, while most of province sees drop

Heating for homes in Revelstoke is about to get pricier. FortisBC announced that in 2020, Revelstoke customers will see a 12 per cent annual

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Liberal platform adds $9.3B in spending next year, sees deficit hitting $27.4B

Justin Trudeau’s Liberals launched their full campaign platform on Sunday with promises of new support for post-secondary students and graduates, paid for, in part,

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New pilot project sees Drumheller hoodoos visitors pay for parking

Over 200,000 people from around the world made a stop at the hoodoos east of Drumheller, Alta., last year. The seven-metre tall natural sandstone

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Case of one of Alberta’s largest animal seizures sees guilty pleas

*GRAPHIC WARNING: This article contains graphic details that some readers might find disturbing. A four-year case that saw one of Alberta’s largest animal seizures

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Red River Ex sees uptick in 2019 attendance – Winnipeg

Despite a few hints of rain, the Red River Exhibition saw its attendance increase by four per cent in 2019. The annual summer fair

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Canuck rookie Quinn Hughes sees ‘big differences’ in brother Jack’s NHL draft experience

Quinn Hughes wasn’t about to give his younger brother much advice heading into the NHL draft. Sure, Hughes had been there before, having been

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Early Chinese restaurants in small town Canada sees ingenuity triumph over racism, author says

Three years ago writer Ann Hui published a two-part series on Chinese restaurants in small town Canada. The response told her she struck a

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Former U of C student accused of hiding guns on campus sees charges dropped

A former University of Calgary student who was accused of hiding two semi-automatic pistols in the ceiling of a campus building no longer faces

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‘Changing military culture’ sees shrinking membership in Canadian Armed Forces club.

A “safe haven” for veterans and first responders in Dartmouth is in danger of closing its doors due to a significant drop in membership

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Edmonton airport sees no errant cannabis 3 weeks after legalization

Bins installed at the Edmonton International Airport for international travellers who need to dispose of cannabis have yet to be used, three weeks after Canada legalized marijuana.

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