Firefighters called to extinguish pair of burning trucks in northwest Calgary

Emergency crews had to put out a fire that burned through a pair of trucks on a northwest Calgary street early Thursday morning. Fire

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Parking app service moving ahead in Windsor

Windsor residents should soon be able to pay for parking with an app. The City of Windsor is moving forward with a Pay for

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‘It’s hard’ Beaumont town councillor resigns after discovery of outstanding bill

A byelection is coming for Beaumont residents, after an unpaid bill prompted a town councillor to step down. Sabrina Powers was elected town councillor

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MMIW inquiry hears slain woman’s family angry over sex-trade label

Jennifer Graham, The Canadian Press Published Tuesday, November 21, 2017 5:09PM EST SASKATOON — Family members of a slain Indigenous woman say they’re angry

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Riders coach says tough to blame crossover when 0-2 start left team in a hole

Saskatchewan head coach and GM Chris Jones said Monday that there’s no point blaming the CFL playoff structure for the Roughriders’ exit from the

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‘My ultimate bucket list’: Terminal cancer patient’s art on display at major gallery for first time in Winnipeg

A woman living with terminal cancer has her first major art show at the Winnipeg Art Gallery. Teva Harrison was 37 when she was

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Pinery closed due to occupation of park

Pinery Provincial Park officials have decided to close the park after individuals told the Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry of a plan to

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Delays in trial for Montreal man accused of Michigan airport stabbing

The case of a Canadian man charged with stabbing a police officer at a Michigan airport isn’t on a fast track. A judge agreed

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Firearms and drugs seized during RCMP search of Airdrie property

Three people are facing a variety of charges in connection to a drug trafficking investigation in Airdrie that was launched in late September. Police

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Quebec tables legislation to fight sexual violence on campus

The latest provincial plan to combat sexual violence was introduced Wednesday in the National Assembly. Higher Education Minister Helene David tabled Bill 151, which

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