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Watch: Premier Rachel Notley speaks before heading to first ministers meeting

Premier Rachel Notley speaks at a media availability at the Edmonton International Airport before catching her flight as she heads to Montreal for the upcoming first minister’s meeting. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau now says oil will be on the agenda but Notley does not know how much time will be...

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Anger, shame and betrayal: Vincent Nadon's victims speak out

When she heard that her doctor had been charged with sexually assaulting and secretly recording videos of patients, the woman could not believe it. Until Ottawa police asked her to watch a video that Dr. Vincent Nadon had recorded of her medical examination at a University of Ottawa Health Services...

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Windsor native to perform in Royal Winnipeg Ballet's Romeo and Juliet

Craig Ramsay is worried about looking too muscular. It seems like a strange concern for an actor and fitness expert, but it could pose a problem for his next project. From Feb. 13 to 17, the Windsor native will be dancing as Lord Capulet in a production of Romeo and Juliet by the internationally...

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Rattlers, basketball league continue trajectory towards 2019 season opener

As Lee Genier and friends involved with the Saskatchewan Rattlers move through the tough task of building a basketball league, they count their blessings, one by one.

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Kitchen bliss

News I recently completed a tough kitchen makeover – maybe the toughest yet – as it was my own personal space! Follow my tips below on how to create a space you will truly love. I chose my appliances first. I knew I wanted something completely different and when I saw the new Fingerprint...

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Watch: Edmonton and Red Deer to share 2021 World Juniors tournament

The IIHF World Junior Championships are returning to Edmonton, along with Red Deer. “To return to Alberta is an incredible opportunity for Hockey Canada and the IIHF World Junior Championship,” Scott Smith, president and chief operating officer of Hockey Canada, said in a media release. “The...

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David Stephan wants the province to pay $4 million for his defence

David Stephan wants the province to pay more than $1 million in previous legal costs and another $3 million to cover his and his wife’s upcoming retrial into the death of their son. Stephan and his wife, Collet, appeared via video link in a Calgary courtroom Thursday to schedule the hearing in...

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'And if the outcome of those audits did not outrage the public, did not outrage taxpayers, did not make them throw up, I will resign as speaker. '

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Cannabis seller rakes in $4 million in sales; could have been much more with better supply

Pot shortages held revenues for Canada’s largest cannabis retailer to about $4 million since the weed went legal in October, said the company’s CEO. And National Access Cannabis’ (NAC) Mark Goliger said the black market marijuana trade is playing a useful role in filling the void left by the...

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Watch: Remembering victims of violence

Staff and students gathered at NorQuest College Thursday to remember the 14 women who were murdered at l’Ecole Polytechnique de Montreal on Dec. 6, 1989. The event was part of the college’s National Day of Remembrance and Action on Violence Against Women ceremony. “Twenty-nine years ago...

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EDITORIAL: Grants to students failed basic math

Auditor Genera Bonnie Lysyk’s annual report released Wednesday demonstrates why Ontario’s public finances were heading over a cliff when premier Kathleen Wynne’s Liberal government was defeated in the June 7 election. Lysyk’s audit of the Ontario Student Assistance Program (OSAP) is a case...

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Toronto Raptors at Brooklyn Nets tipoff

Toronto Raptors (21-5) at Brooklyn Nets (8-18), Friday, 7:30 p.m., Barclays Center; TV: Sportsnet One; Radio: AM-1050 SCOUTING REPORT The Nets offence took a big hit when leading scorer Caris LeVert went down with that gruesome ankle injury 10 games ago. Joe Harris has stepped up nicely in his...

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The dating game

Nancy Fire, the design director of HGTV Home says you can keep pace with current trends and still achieve a timeless quality when it comes to decorating your home. If you love the popular farmhouse esthetic, for example, don’t be afraid to add contemporary elements to avoid looking dated and...

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UCP investigating fraud allegations against Calgary candidate; NDP calls for police probe

Allegations of fraud and bribery against one of its Calgary candidate’s nomination campaign are being investigated by the UCP, party leader Jason Kenney said Thursday. But Alberta’s governing NDP say that’s not good enough. The alleged use of a woman’s credit card by Calgary-East UCP...

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Robinson Chirinos, Astros finalize $5.75M, 1-year contract

HOUSTON — Robinson Chirinos and the Astros have finalized a $5.75 million, one-year contract, giving catching-thin Houston another option behind the plate. The 34-year-old spent the past six seasons with the Texas Rangers and hit .222 this year while setting career bests with 18 homers and 65 RBIs...

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Calgary ecologists work to save nearly extinct species in Washington state

The Calgary Zoo is helping bring a species of weasel back from the brink of extinction through a conservation partnership with ecologists in the United States. Fishers — which are about the size of a house cat — were wiped out in Washington state’s North Cascade mountain range in the 1900s....

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B.C.'s property assessment changes more moderate in 2019

B.C. Assessment says some detached homes in Vancouver may see a decrease in value of up to 10 per cent.

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Local clothing designer hopes social media post will help locate stolen goods

According to a Facebook post on the Rebecca King Fashion House page, the home-based business lost a "significant" amount of their stock.

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Commuters still in dark on plans for Mount Royal Tunnel closure

With 13 months to go, tens of thousands of Deux-Montagnes and Mascouche commuters are still waiting on plans for alternate transit options.

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Two children found dead in southeast Edmonton, homicide detectives investigating

Edmonton police are investigating the deaths of two children found in a southeast apartment Wednesday. The kids were found in an apartment in the area of 79 Avenue and 71 Street Wednesday night, in the King Edward Park neighbourhood. About 5:30 p.m. Wednesday, police went to the area for a report of...

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