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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Edmonton restaurant shut down for cockroaches, dirty kitchen

A central Edmonton Chinese restaurant has been ordered closed by the province after health inspectors discovered cockroaches and filthy kitchen…

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N.W.T. chief gives country music star custom-made guitar strap

A concert-goer’s experience turned into a memorable life moment for the chief of Fort McPherson, N.W.T. Wanda Pascal travelled to the…

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Hot liquid asphalt spills beside Anthony Henday after semi-trailer loses tanker

Hot liquid asphalt spilled down a storm drain and coated a hill after a semi trailer lost its load Monday…

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Opposition leaders propose different minimum wages for youth, servers

Young people and servers who earn tips should be paid different minimum-wage rates than adults, who will start earning $15…

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Alberta education minister apologizes after test asks students about ‘positive effect’ of residential schools

Alberta’s education minister apologized Thursday for what he calls “hateful material” — an online social studies question that asked students about the…

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Syncrude’s ‘bison keeper’: 25 years of herding in the oilsands

When bison hear Brad Ramstead’s pickup truck roaring down to their pasture, the normally skittish animals come near. Ramstead has been…

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Arts non-profits disappointed with leasing fees for Orange Hall Theatre

Two non-profit arts groups say expensive fees forced them to drop their plans to lease the theatre in Orange Hub,…

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Alberta farmers fret over recent snowfalls that delayed harvest, damaged crops

Some Alberta farmers are concerned about their crops after a late-summer snowfall blanketed parts of the province, with more flurries…

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Alberta rescue worker shares what it’s like to spend 40 years saving lives

Richard Smith is an Alberta search and rescue expert with more than 40-years experience, and this week he and other volunteers…

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