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WASHINGTON — Trapped by an untenable Feb. 21 deadline imposed by Congress, U.S. President Barack Obama rejected TransCanada’s proposed $7-billion Keystone XL pipeline on Wednesday in a decisi
Columbus 4 Edmonton 2 COLUMBUS, Ohio — In an otherwise unimportant game in the middle of a long, losing season, the Columbus Blue Jackets chose to see an encouraging sign.
EDMONTON — A third youth accused in the fatal shooting of a five-year-old boy on a central Alberta reserve is in custody.
CALGARY — Curtis Glencross thought it was about time the Calgary Flames caught a couple of breaks.
OTTAWA — Canadian businesses are becoming more pessimistic about the economy and their future prospects for sales both at home and in foreign markets, the Bank of Canada said Monday
TORONTO — He may never fill Jack Layton’s shoes, but NDP candidate Craig Scott is vowing to follow in the late leader’s footsteps if he manages to hold on to his Toronto seat.
CALGARY — Canada will not play for gold at the world junior hockey championship for the first time in over a decade.
BROSSARD, Que. — General manager Pierre Gauthier feels the struggling Montreal Canadiens still have time to get their game together and save a foundering season.
Russia 2 Czech Republic 1 CALGARY — Grigori Zheldakov scored at 1:30 of overtime to lead Russia to a nail-biting 2-1 win over the Czech Republic in quarter-final action at the world junior men’s hockey championship Monday.
CALGARY — Canada’s coaches needed a day without a game at the world junior hockey championship more than the players did. Head coach Don Hay and assistant coach Scott Walker weren’t on the ice for the host team’s practice Tuesday. The two were sequestered in the team hotel with the flu.
EDMONTON — Alberta’s health minister has ordered a review of diagnostic imaging and pathology testing in the province after inaccurate results surfaced in three different hospitals over the last two months.
UPTON, Que. — As most families gathered for the yuletide holidays, the relatives of a young boy who vanished into a frozen river huddled grimly on a blustery shoreline Friday to watch police recover the child’s lifeless body.
CHARLOTTETOWN — A teammate of Tanner Craswell’s remembered the young man’s uninhibited and affectionate nature on Friday as a second funeral was held in Prince Edward Island for a victim of a murder-suicide in Alberta.
OTTAWA — The federal government says establishing an independent management board for the RCMP is “not likely a priority” — even though many see it as a key element of reforming the troubled police force.
IGLOOLIK, Nunavut — An Inuit hunter armed only with a hammer saved at least one of his friends from an attacking polar bear.
OTTAWA — Canadian troops will celebrate their first Christmas in years away from the guns of Kandahar, but still far from home.
A 13-year Bowden Institution correctional officer was fined more than $3,000 after police found a cache of assorted firearms and other weapons in his vehicle in May.
CANMORE — An Alberta mountain community that is overrun with rabbits has accepted an offer to relocate the animals, but some of the bunnies will still be killed.
LETHBRIDGE — A young woman gunned down by her jealous ex-boyfriend on the side of a dark southern Alberta highway was remembered Wednesday as a vibrant and fearless role model.
EDMONTON — A fatality inquiry into the freezing death of a mentally ill woman says the hospital where she was a patient should improve its search procedures and security facilities.