Injured Humboldt Broncos player launches lawsuit against drivers in 2018 crash

CALGARY — A hockey player paralyzed from the chest down in the Humboldt Broncos bus crash has launched a lawsuit that names both drivers

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Long lines at Coutts Border Crossing as border closure takes effect

LETHBRIDGE — Many of the border crossings between Canada and the U.S. are still busy, including the Coutts border crossing. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau

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Alberta truck drivers exempt from 14 day self-quarantine requirements

EDMONTON — Alberta has joined other provinces in granting truck drivers an exemption from the 14 day quarantine required for those crossing the border

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Rocket attack hits base housing U.S. troops: Iraq officials

BAGHDAD — A barrage of rockets hit a base housing U.S. and other coalition troops north of Baghdad on Saturday, Iraqi security officials said,

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Italy to quarantine quarter of population amid coronavirus outbreak

BEIJING — Italy’s prime minister announced a sweeping coronavirus quarantine early Sunday, imposing restrictions on the movement of about a quarter of the country’s

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OSSTF pauses rotating strikes ahead of March Break

WINDSOR, ONT. — The union representing public secondary school teachers in Ontario will not continue rotating strikes around March Break. In a news release

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Ottawa calling for calm after Quebec premier says Mohawk protesters have AK-47s

MONTREAL — Ottawa is calling for politicians at all levels of government to show more restraint when it comes to commenting on the railway

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‘Lawless and illegal’: Alberta’s Bill 1 aims stiffer penalties at blockade protests

EDMONTON — The Alberta government marked its return to the legislature with a new bill outlining tougher punishments on protesters who set up blockades

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Harry and Meghan’s use of the word ‘Royal’ being reviewed, source says

The use of the word “Royal” by Prince Harry and his wife, Meghan, for their new venture is being reviewed, according to a royal

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‘When we landed in Trenton, we felt we were safe’ Ottawa man and mother evacuated from Wuhan

An Ottawa man is grateful to be back on Canadian soil after being trapped in Wuhan, China. Kai Huang and his 78-year-old mother Yi

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