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Elks back to work following a bye as they prepare for Ottawa on Tuesday

After a few days off, the Edmonton Elks returned to practice on Friday as they prepare for a rare Tuesday night CFL game in...

Here are the key events leading to the release of Meng Wanzhou, ‘Two Michaels’

Meng Wanzhou struck a deal Friday with the U.S. Justice Department to resolve their charges against her — a deal that has paved the...

Magnitude 6.0 earthquake rattles southeast Australia, damaging buildings

A magnitude 6.0 earthquake struck near Melbourne on Wednesday, Geoscience Australia said, one of the country’s biggest quakes on record, causing damage to buildings...

More Saskatchewan residents need to get vaccinated to decrease strain on health-care system

Vaccination numbers in Saskatchewan are climbing at a slightly faster pace than last week after Thursday’s provincial proof of vaccination program announcement. Currently, close to...

Rookie police pups receive badges as LPS honours retiring veteran service dog

The Lethbridge Police Service honoured a trio of four-legged employees on Tuesday as a grizzled veteran retired and a pair of rookie police dogs...

Taliban seek to address UN General Assembly instead of Afghanistan ambassador

Who should represent Afghanistan at the United Nations this month? It’s a complex question with plenty of political implications. The Taliban, the country’s new rulers...

Ontario COVID-19 vaccine certificate program for many indoor public settings now in effect

It has been three weeks since Ontario Premier Doug Ford announced plans to implement a COVID-19 vaccine certificate program for many indoor public settings...

COMMENTARY: The problem with an electoral system that jams 5 parties into a Parliament built for 2

In the final days of the election, the spectre of electoral reform returned to haunt the campaign trail as Justin Trudeau was asked about the issue. He indicated he was...
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Canada Post won’t cover destroyed glass artwork for B.C. artist — despite having insurance

A B.C. artist is out hundreds of dollars after a sandblast carving shipped via Canada Post arrived at its destination shattered in pieces. Brett Robinson...

Calgary election: Groups campaign on both sides of fluoride debate

The debate to add fluoride to the city’s drinking water isn’t new for Calgarians but has remained contentious since it was first voted on...

Raptors cruise to easy pre-season win over Houston

TORONTO – Newcomer Precious Achiuwa continues to make the most of his pre-season opportunity with the Raptors. The 22-year-old Nigerian centre scored 17 points and...

Alberta businesses need more help despite new COVID-19 restrictions exemption program grant

Late last week, the Alberta government announced a one time payment of $2000 for small and medium sized businesses who choose to implement the...