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Travis Vader won’t be eligible for parole for seven years
More than 19,000 students are being evacuated from all public schools on Prince Edward Island because of what police say is a “potential threat.”
They escaped war, persecution, poverty.
A former high-ranking Pakistani politician with Canadian citizenship is being held in Karachi on trumped-up political charges, supporters say.
EDMONTON -- An internationally recognized credit rating agency is sounding alarm bells on Alberta's debt situation. The Toronto-based agency DBRS, in a report issued Thursday, says with oil prices so low and the government's borrowing plans so high, Alberta will exceed its own self-imposed legislated debt limits this fiscal year.
Parks Canada has opened the door to ski hill expansion at one of its Rocky Mountain national parks despite its own research suggesting that further development would threaten a nearby caribou herd.
CALGARY — A pipeline at Nexen’s Long Lake oilsands project in northeastern Alberta has failed, spilling an estimated five million litres of bitumen, produced water and sand.
OTTAWA — Use of social media, the spread of “citizen journalism,” and the involvement of young people are among the key trends highlighted by a federal analysis of protest activity in Canada over the last half-decade.
WASHINGTON — Travel to the United States by road, rail and sea could undergo a major revamp as the result of a new agreement between Canada and the U.S. Public Safety Minister Steven Blaney and Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson have signed a customs pre-clearance agreement that was years in the making.
OTTAWA — Making sure wounded ex-soldiers — most notably amputees — don’t have to repeatedly verify their injuries to retain their benefits is proving much easier said than done for Veterans Affairs Minister Erin O’Toole.
CALGARY — A date has been set for a ruling on a media request that evidence be released in Calgary’s worst mass murder. Matthew de Grood, who is 23, is accused of stabbing five young people at an end-of-school house party last April.
ST. ALBERT, Alta. — An Alberta couple who witnessed the shooting of two Mounties say they didn’t get enough help to deal with what they experienced.
OTTAWA — The Harper government struck a provocative pose Thursday, telling Russia to “back off” in Ukraine, promising to campaign for NATO membership on behalf of another former Soviet republic and urging all allies to do more.
VANCOUVER — The RCMP’s highest ranking member in British Columbia warned the provincial government last year that cutting the force’s budget would hamper its ability to investigate missing and murdered women along the so-called Highway of Tears.
CALGARY — It had to end some time. Gasoline prices have been creeping up across Canada and analysts say more increases are likely. But it’s still a bargain compared with last year.
OTTAWA — There’s a fine line between legitimate religious expression and inciting terrorism, says Conservative cabinet minister Jason Kenney.