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Delta Airlines' practice of bumping obese travellers or making them buy two seats is discriminatory and should be banned in Canada, says a Halifax man who advocates on behalf of airline passengers.
Central Alberta school jurisdictions were happy for the stable education funding in the provincial budget, but say a zero per cent increase won’t address old and new funding shortfalls.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau will be dragging plenty of baggage to the United Nations on Friday when he joins some 150 other countries in signing the Paris climate accord.
Despite the grief roiling this earthquake-stricken town, Pablo Cordova has something to be thankful for: He can return the coffin his wife had obtained for his funeral.
Two pregnant women are among seven British Columbians who recently tested positive for the Zika virus, which has been linked to birth defects.
The Bentley Generals have found themselves in familiar territory after a semi-final win.
A group of people has been busy criss-crossing Alberta trying to drum up support for an upcoming meeting in Red Deer intended to lead to unification of the “tarnished” Wild Rose and Progressive Conservative parties.
Members of Red Deer’s aboriginal community are speaking out against a recent funding allocation to end homelessness.
The federal anti-money laundering agency has levied a $1.1-million penalty against an unnamed Canadian bank for failing to report a suspicious transaction and various money transfers.
Golfers are loving it, farmers maybe aren’t so sure.
It takes more than just playing lacrosse to make a living in the sport.
HolmeHus Antiques owner Susan Manyluk has fought before to save trees near her Red Deer County home from being chopped down.
Hundreds of Canadians who've come together to sponsor Syrian refugees are being told it could be next year before their new charges arrive, after a series of changes to the Liberals' resettlement program.
Next week's federal budget will restore the eligibility for old-age security to 65 as promised, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced Thursday, committing to undo one of his predecessor's policies.
A Montreal march against perceived police brutality is set to take place tonight.
Facing intensifying criticism for the violent clashes between supporters and protesters that have come to define his rallies, GOP presidential front-runner Donald Trump continued to taunt those who interrupt his events in St. Louis Friday afternoon, while promising that police and security would be "gentle" as they removed them.
A UN report describing sweeping crimes like children and the disabled being burned alive and fighters being allowed to rape women as payment shows South Sudan is facing "one of the most horrendous human rights situations in the world," the UN human rights chief said Friday.
Inaccurate information and the poor economy likely fuelled much of the concern that drove a petition against a plan to borrow millions in the County of Stettler, says the reeve.
They came to mourn the stylish, influential first lady and celebrate an era.
Alberta's NDP government says it plans to introduce a bill to crack down on payday loan companies.