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EDMONTON — Alberta police issued 663 tickets during a weekend safety blitz along the dangerous highway that runs between Edmonton and the oilsands city of Fort McMurray.
CALGARY — A re-trial for a Calgary woman accused of second-degree murder in the death of her teenage daughter has been postponed.
MEDICINE HAT — The trial for a young Southern Alberta man on charges of sexually assaulting a 13-year-old girl at knifepoint has begun.
EDMONTON — Alberta’s new official opposition is seeking more office space and more time to ask questions and present ideas in the legislature.
EDMONTON — Alberta Premier Alison Redford will fill vacancies in the key portfolios of finance, energy, and agriculture today when she is expected to announce her new cabinet.
HALIFAX — Moments after she learned the Westray coal mine had exploded, Bernadette Feltmate turned to face her oldest daughter as she came down the stairs.
VICTORIA — Call it the brotherhood of the travelling bike. For many Canadian bikers the storied journey of the Harley-Davidson bike from Japan to B.C.’s rocky shores after last years’ tsunami will not be complete until it is reunited with its original owner.
OTTAWA — Opposition MPs, and even some Conservatives, agree Canada’s parliamentary committee system is broken. They just don’t agree on what’s gone wrong or who’s to blame.
OTTAWA — Canada is about to get its first-ever national mental health strategy — a massive report that may persuade Prime Minister Stephen Harper that his government must return Ottawa to a lead role on health care.
OTTAWA — The Harper government is throwing its weight behind a private members’ bill that would give police the power to arrest anyone hiding their identity during a riot or unlawful assembly.
VICTORIAVILLE, Que. — Quebec Premier Jean Charest is blaming the province’s striking students for a months-long stalemate that only now appears to be on the verge of a resolution.
A warm homecoming kiss from wife Barbara Amiel greeted Conrad Black at his Toronto home Friday, just hours after the disgraced media baron — jailed for years on fraud and obstruction of justice charges — was released from a prison in Florida.
MONTREAL — Air Canada could be on the runway to finally securing labour peace as the carrier awaits the federal appointment of arbitrators to resume negotiations with two of its largest employee groups.
WANDERING RIVER — Six people are dead and three seriously injured in a fiery, head-on collision between two pickup trucks on one of the deadliest highways in Alberta.
Jean Charest has offered to slightly soften the blow of controversial tuition hikes in a series of proposals with two aims in mind: calming his province’s angry student movement and winning public sympathy for his government.
VANCOUVER — Two deadly explosions at British Columbia mills have cast a pall over an annual day of mourning for workers killed or injured on the job.
OTTAWA — Environment Canada is cutting the scope of its water surveillance, internal documents show, even as Ottawa is being publicly warned to mind the serious effects of climate change.
STIRLING — A southern Alberta Wildrose candidate says his party lost the election because city voters didn’t understand the issues.
OTTAWA — Bank of Canada governor Mark Carney said Tuesday he is encouraged by new developments on the household debt front, noting that recent trends suggest efforts to depress lending is working.
VANCOUVER — A criminal charge has been laid in an animal cruelty case that focused international attention on the practices of the sled-dog industry after the 2010 Winter Olympics.