Video shows snow grader damage two vehicles, drive away

A snow grader appears to damage two parked vehicles and drive away in footage recorded early Thursday in a southeast Edmonton neighbourhood. Footage recorded

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Calgary police investigate Twitch video that shows woman slap, bite child while playing Fortnite

Calgary police are investigating a video posted to live-streaming website Twitch that appears to show a woman slapping and biting a toddler. The user’s Twitch

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More than 500 objects forgotten in surgery patients over 2 years, data shows – National

More than 550 objects have been unintentionally left in Canadian medical and surgery patients between 2016 and 2018, and the problem appears to be

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Vancouver dog trainer loses pets after video shows him punching a dog

A Vancouver dog trainer has lost an appeal against the SPCA to get his four pet dogs back. Glen Affenzeller, also known as Glen

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‘Hunky-dory’ no more: UBCM conference shows new areas where B.C. NDP is playing defence

Being in the same building as virtually every mayor and councillor in B.C. for five days is a good way to judge the province’s

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Edmonton film shows what it’s like to transition later in life

Bill Rauch’s gender-bending production of Oklahoma! at the Oregon Shakespeare Festival in the spring of 2018 marked the 75th anniversary of the Rodgers and Hammerstein

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New study shows spike in violent incidents teachers face in Ontario’s elementary schools

TORONTO – A study from the University of Ottawa suggests there has been a sharp increase in the level of violence teachers face while

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‘This is not a new story’: ATB report shows economic growth stalled in Alberta

The ‘sluggish’ pace of the oil and gas sector is expected to continue to limit the growth of Alberta’s economy.  A new report from

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Foreign share of oilsands production fell over past 4 years, analysis shows

When it comes to talking about how the northern Alberta oilsands have lost their lustre for foreign investors, Satoshi Abe sounds a lot like

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He shoots, he scores: New Brunswick Museum shows off exhibit on Canada’s favourite game – New Brunswick

For many Canadians, Saturday nights spent watching legends chase a piece of frozen vulcanized rubber back and forth across a TV screen, or the

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