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    Edmonton terror suspect faces U.S. extradition hearing

    Edmonton terror suspect faces U.S. extradition hearing


    An Alberta man facing extradition to the U.S. is accused of robbing a jewelry store in Edmonton to finance terrorist activities of relatives and a friend who fought overseas with...

    An Alberta man facing extradition to the U.S. is accused of robbing a jewelry store in Edmonton to finance terrorist activities of relatives and a friend who fought overseas with ISIS.

    'Healing is part of the game': Humboldt lingers in memories as Sask. teams prepare for Memorial Cup battle

    'Healing is part of the game': Humboldt lingers in memories as Sask. teams prepare for Memorial Cup battle


    As players for the Regina Pats and Swift Current Broncos prepare for the first Memorial Cup game between two Saskatchewan teams in almost three decades, the tragedy that rocked the province's hockey community last month remains in the memories of...

    As players for the Regina Pats and Swift Current Broncos prepare for the first Memorial Cup game between two Saskatchewan teams in almost three decades, the tragedy that rocked the province's hockey community last month remains in the memories of everyone involved.

    Kathleen Wynne says 'I can do better'

    Kathleen Wynne says 'I can do better'


    A local Liberal candidate would prefer that Wynne not visit and Andrea Horwath returns to her Hamilton roots by picking up an arc welder. This is your...

    A local Liberal candidate would prefer that Wynne not visit and Andrea Horwath returns to her Hamilton roots by picking up an arc welder. This is your Campaigner.

    2 Toronto police officers accused of eating marijuana on duty face criminal charges

    2 Toronto police officers accused of eating marijuana on duty face criminal charges


    Two Toronto police officers who made headlines for allegedly consuming marijuana edibles while on duty and then calling for backup are now facing obstruction of justice and breach of trust...

    Two Toronto police officers who made headlines for allegedly consuming marijuana edibles while on duty and then calling for backup are now facing obstruction of justice and breach of trust charges.

    Eastern Manitoba First Nations evacuated as huge fire approaches

    Eastern Manitoba First Nations evacuated as huge fire approaches


    Manitoba officials say a fire nearly twice the size of Winnipeg that is raging toward Little Grand Rapids and Pauingassi First Nation was human...

    Manitoba officials say a fire nearly twice the size of Winnipeg that is raging toward Little Grand Rapids and Pauingassi First Nation was human caused.

    No suitors step up for stake in pipeline as Kinder Morgan deadline looms

    No suitors step up for stake in pipeline as Kinder Morgan deadline looms


    Just over a week remains until the May 31 deadline for abandoning Kinder Morgan Canada's Trans Mountain pipeline expansion, and no suitors have publicly emerged to step into the builder's...

    Just over a week remains until the May 31 deadline for abandoning Kinder Morgan Canada's Trans Mountain pipeline expansion, and no suitors have publicly emerged to step into the builder's shoes.

    ​E-cigarette and vaping ads coming soon to a TV, radio or newspaper near you

    ​E-cigarette and vaping ads coming soon to a TV, radio or newspaper near you


    While the federal government's new Tobacco and Vaping Products Act forces tobacco companies to use plain packaging, it also opens up a world of advertising possibilities for vaping liquids and...

    While the federal government's new Tobacco and Vaping Products Act forces tobacco companies to use plain packaging, it also opens up a world of advertising possibilities for vaping liquids and e-cigarettes.

    Stung by pipeline dispute, Alberta refuses to sign statement at western premiers meeting

    Stung by pipeline dispute, Alberta refuses to sign statement at western premiers meeting


    As western premiers met in Yellowknife to discuss pharmacare, infrastructure, justice and community safety, the dispute over Kinder Morgan's Trans Mountain pipeline still loomed...

    As western premiers met in Yellowknife to discuss pharmacare, infrastructure, justice and community safety, the dispute over Kinder Morgan's Trans Mountain pipeline still loomed large.

    Someone threatened to burn Mi'kmaq statue after Cornwallis memorial taken down

    Someone threatened to burn Mi'kmaq statue after Cornwallis memorial taken down


    The same person who threatened a Halifax councillor for supporting the removal of the Cornwallis statue also threatened to burn down the Glooscap statue, according to documents obtained through a freedom-of-information...

    The same person who threatened a Halifax councillor for supporting the removal of the Cornwallis statue also threatened to burn down the Glooscap statue, according to documents obtained through a freedom-of-information request.

    As Ontario NDP rises in polls, its platform and candidates get closer scrutiny

    As Ontario NDP rises in polls, its platform and candidates get closer scrutiny


    It's been 28 years since the Ontario NDP had a real shot at winning an election. That's so long ago that the SkyDome was still brand new, and only a select few carried cellphones, which were the size of...

    It's been 28 years since the Ontario NDP had a real shot at winning an election. That's so long ago that the SkyDome was still brand new, and only a select few carried cellphones, which were the size of bricks.

    Parents, family lawyers cautiously optimistic about Divorce Act changes

    Parents, family lawyers cautiously optimistic about Divorce Act changes


    Divorced parents and family law experts are greeting bill C-78, which updates the Divorce Act for the first time in more than 20 years, with some measure of...

    Divorced parents and family law experts are greeting bill C-78, which updates the Divorce Act for the first time in more than 20 years, with some measure of optimism.

    1 month after Toronto van attack, 'scars are very deep' but healing continues

    1 month after Toronto van attack, 'scars are very deep' but healing continues


    One month after Toronto's van attack and several people remain in hospital, two memorials honouring the victims remain in place and Alek Minassian the accused killer is behind bars awaiting his next court...

    One month after Toronto's van attack and several people remain in hospital, two memorials honouring the victims remain in place and Alek Minassian the accused killer is behind bars awaiting his next court date.