Trudeau to unveil carbon tax plan Tuesday for provinces that don’t comply

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau will unveil Tuesday the federal government’s plan for wayward provinces that do not comply with the…

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African-Canadian bar owners hit with ‘militaristic style’ police inspections, Edmonton coalition says

A human rights coalition has demanded a community meeting with Edmonton’s police chief to discuss concerns about local African-Canadian businesses…

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Alberta farmers hope warm weather means crops can finally be harvested

Alberta farmers are hoping warm weather next week will give them the chance to finally get their crops off wet…

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Sherwood Park concert to celebrate life of Luke Jansen and music community he loved

Music was one of Luke Jansen’s many passions. He played the baritone saxophone as a youngster, then became a member of the…

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‘Offensive’ online test about Indigenous Canadians symptom of larger problem in Alberta schools, say advocates

Offensive material about Indigenous Canadians in an online Alberta social studies test is a symptom of a larger problem, say advocates. Nigel Robinson, co-founder…

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Trudeau’s words don’t match early indicators on Indigenous rights framework: letter

Ottawa’s plan to introduce legislation to enshrine Indigenous rights in federal law may be “dead on arrival,” according to one of…

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Boy, 16, missing after falling into lake south of Fort McMurray

Search and rescue crews were on Gregoire Lake in northern Alberta Saturday night looking for a 16-year-old boy, RCMP said.…

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Milky Way Day, BaconFest, April Wine and more: What to do with your long weekend

It’s over. I know, I don’t know where the summer went either, but we don’t want you to labour over…

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