Dozens poisoned in carbon monoxide leak at B.C. farm

Dozens of people were rushed to hospital Saturday night, some in critical condition, after they were exposed to carbon monoxide at a farm in

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Canadian farmers cut back pea production in wake of India import tax

Al Wishloff has had peas in his crop rotation for 33 years, but next spring, the Blaine Lake, Sask., farmer said he may replace

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Miss Piggy to slay the red carpet at Fashion Awards 2017

Miss Piggy is set to take the fashion world by storm once again, having been named the official Swarovski red carpet presenter for The

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Officials wary of spike in impaired drivers across Maritimes

Officials are expressing concern for the amount of impaired drivers charged during the last weekend of November in the region. A vehicle was reported

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Man facing charges after gun incident Thursday in Regina

Charges have been laid after police responded a report of a man with a gun at a home in Regina. Payton Shane Duke, 24,

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How Canada turned to Mexico to fend off TPP pressure from Japan, Australia

Andy Blatchford, The Canadian Press Published Saturday, November 11, 2017 6:59PM EST From the outside, it looked like yet another bilateral meeting between Justin

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Edmontonians pay respects on Remembrance Day

Hundreds of Edmontonians gathered at several services across the city to remember and honour past and current soldiers, and those who have lost their

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Republican leaders back off from Senate candidate Roy Moore after sex claim

Steve Peoples, The Associated Press Published Friday, November 10, 2017 12:00AM EST WASHINGTON — A month before Alabama’s special election, Republican Senate candidate Roy

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Kent Hehr calls decision to share a table with his campaigning father an oversight

Calgary-Centre MP Kent Hehr is being accused by Conservatives of using parliamentary resources in an inappropriate manner while supporting his father ahead of the

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