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CALGARY — Former NHL player Sheldon Kennedy knows the pain and fear a child can suffer when sexually abused by someone in a position of trust.
CALGARY — Alberta’s premier says she won’t delay an election call that would likely see voters go to the polls sometime in April.
OSTERSUND, Sweden — There will be no world junior women’s curling medal for Canada’s Jocelyn Peterman.
SASKATOON — The Brier final is familiar territory for Glenn Howard. It’s not often been successful territory. In 10 previous trips to the national championship game, Howard has won three.
SASKATOON — Glenn Howard worked overtime to establish yet another record at the Brier.
OSTERSUND, Sweden — Canada’s Brendan Bottcher didn’t let an unexpected lineup change get to him at the world junior curling championships Tuesday.
REGINA — A brand-new Saskatchewan town with more than 2,500 residents will appear out of nowhere 100 kilometres north of Regina this spring.
OTTAWA — The Conservative party has dropped an appeal at the Supreme Court of Canada over a 2006 federal election dispute with Elections Canada.
OTTAWA — Prime Minister Stephen Harper is refusing to explain why Conservative MPs rejected a request by Elections Canada for more power to verify campaign financial returns.
EDMONTON — There will be no shortage of royalty in Alberta playschools a few years from now.
DRAYTON VALLEY — A rural county councillor in Alberta says she will continue bringing her new baby to work despite complaints from a fellow female politician.
OTTAWA — With the near-term chances of a full-blown European debt crisis diminishing, and the U.S. recovery firming, the high price of oil is becoming a key new risk factor for Canada’s economy.
CALGARY — Building pipelines isn’t the only land-based option to transport large amounts of crude oil between countries.
CALGARY — A new route for the controversial Keystone XL oil pipeline through Nebraska should be ready within weeks with “relatively modest” changes, an executive with the project’s backer said Tuesday.
EDMONTON — Premier Alison Redford’s Alberta Tories delivered a pre-election budget Thursday that increased spending to record levels and raided billions from the piggy bank, but promised the province will be out of the red within a year.
OTTAWA — The lawyer for an Ontario man who was charged after firing his revolver to scare off would-be arsonists attacking his home says Justice Minister Rob Nicholson is on the right track with changes to the self-defence law.
OTTAWA — It’s official: The cost of applying for a criminal pardon will quadruple.
TORONTO — Key elements of a sweeping publication ban have been lifted on divorce proceedings between convicted sex killer Russell Williams and his estranged wife.
LONDON, Ont. — A van carrying 13 migrant workers from South America ran a stop sign before it was broadsided by a truck and the “violent” impact killed 11 people at a rural intersection, police said Wednesday.
MONTREAL — Canada’s largest airlines have all launched all-inclusive pricing efforts that make it easier for passengers to determine the actual cost of flying.