500,000 litres of produced salt water leaks from pipeline in northern Alberta

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New Brunswick government tables 2020-21 capital budget in legislature
Finance Minister Ernie Steeves says the province is on track to see a decline in net debt for the first time in 13 years.
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Video captures pawnshop owner catching baby as it falls off counter
“It was going head-first into the concrete," the pawnshop owner said of the baby's rescue.
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Case of cop who released Bruce McArthur put over to Jan. 13
The case of a Toronto Police officer involved in the 2016 arrest and release of serial killer Bruce McArthur has been put over to next month. Lawyers were expected to set a date today to argue a motion in the case of Sgt. Paul Gauthier, but that has now been postponed to Jan. 13 because […]
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ASIRT release details on Cochrane standoff, officer-involved shooting
ASIRT said shots were fired at an RCMP armoured vehicle from within the home's garage.
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Crews continue to battle fire from crude oil train derailment in Saskatchewan
The province says crews are taking precautions as Environment Canada has issued an extreme cold warning for the area with wind-chill values in the -30s C.
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Ontario man’s drug-trafficking case tossed over road-side strip search
In his decision, the judge excluded incriminating evidence because officers violated Robert Cave’s constitutional rights when he was arrested with a significant amount of cocaine and heroin in 2017.
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All that remains is a pile of rubble and twisted metal
All that remains of the West Island Assistance Fund office and thrift shop is a pile of rubble and twisted metal.
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Edmonton councillors confirm more details on SE Valley Line LRT delay
City councillors are confirming more information on the construction delays for Edmonton's south east LRT project. The new timetable has the project opening mid-2021, instead of December of 2020.
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Manitoba Premier Brian Pallister promises tax cuts, flood fight in 2020
In a year-end press conference, Pallister said he will follow through on election promises like cutting taxes, paying for flood protection and keeping civil service costs down.
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New Brunswick government tables 2020-21 capital budget in legislature
Finance Minister Ernie Steeves says the province is on track to see a decline in net debt for the first time in 13 years.
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Edmonton Oilers close out home stand against Hurricanes
The Edmonton Oilers are 1-1-1 on their home stand as they prepare to host the Caronlina Hurricanes.
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Teacher’s aide accused of pool threesome with students
A teacher’s aide accused of having a swimming pool threesome with two 15-year-old students was arrested in Collier County, Fla. Cops say, Kirstie None Rosa, 27, is charged with three counts of lewd and lascivious battery sexual activity with a 15-year-old, a second-degree felony. Rosa is also charged with providing nicotine products and drugs to […]
Toronto Sun
Ontario government seeks new envoys in London and New York after cronyism scandal
Ontario is looking for new agents general in London and New York — but no cronies need apply. That’s the message from Economic Development Minister Vic Fedeli, who is looking to fill positions vacated in the wake of the Progressive Conservatives’ cronyism scandal.
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Juice WRLD’s cause of death still unknown after initial autopsy
Authorities said they found marijuana, prescription cough syrup, guns, metal-piercing bullets and a high-capacity ammunition magazine in Juice WLRD's plane.
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Sick residents will be allowed back into nursing homes amid doctor shortage: Shannex
"The primary goal will always be the return the resident to their home if it is possible to do so safely," the long-term care provider said.
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Style Q&A: Knix sets up shop in Vancouver
Knix sets up shop in Kitsilano neighbourhood.
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5 things to know about II by storc
Vancouver noise rockers storc are back with another molten recording.
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Five great box sets, reissues or special releases for music lovers
Just in time for the holidays, box sets from everyone from Motörhead to Mary J. Blige.
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Canadiens game day: 'Have to be better without the puck,' Julien says
Carey Price will be in goal against the Pens and that should leave the door open for Cayden Primeau to face the Senators at the Bell Centre.
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Commercial Real Estate: Amazon to take over entire former Canada Post building
Amazon’s lease of the entire former Canada Post building in downtown Vancouver is large enough to reduce the city’s projected office vacancy by two per cent, commercial property insiders say. Last week, the it was reported that Amazon had agreed to lease all of the 1.13 million square feet of QuadReal’s two-tower building called The […]
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Ezra Collective spreads the joy of London's lively new jazz scene
With its debut album You Can't Steal My Joy, London's Ezra Collective is buzzing.
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Fab 5: Holiday gifts for him
Rebecca Tay presents five stylish gift ideas for guys — fingers crossed one of these becomes his new favourite thing.
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Five reasons to check out Weirdos Holiday Market
Weirdos Holiday Market When: Dec. 14-15, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Where: Holy Trinity Ukrainian Orthodox Cathedral, 154 East 10th Ave. Admission: $2 at the door 1. For the weirdo in your life. Billed as “Vancouver’s most unusual holiday gift event,” Weirdos is geared to gift-givers looking for something a little different — maybe a […]
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Gateway heightens the colour in this Dreamcoat
Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat When: Dec. 12-31 Where: Gateway Theatre, 6500 Gilbert Rd. Tickets: from $29, at gatewaytheatre.com and 604-270-1812 Just over 50 years ago, Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice sat down to write a commissioned piece for a school choir. What began as a 15-minute pop cantata for Colet Court school […]
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Kasey Wilson: Ham it up for the holidays
A recipe that feeds 20 people with only five minutes of prep work? Kasey Wilson has you covered
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Stop using a thick night cream says this celeb facialist
She believes the best night cream is no cream at all
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Alberta surgery initiative aimed at reducing wait times, funding up to 80,000 more operations
The UCP said it expects a new surgical wait-times initiative to "improve and standardize the entire surgical system."
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Tax cuts, flood fight and cost-control on Manitoba premier’s agenda
Manitoba Premier Brian Pallister is promising a "bolder" approach in 2020 with his Progressive Conservative government now in its second term.
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Priority ticket draw now open for 2021 World Juniors in Edmonton and Red Deer
Fans have until Jan. 5 to enter the draw.
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Reindeer starving as climate change affects Swedish arctic, covering it in ice
Climate change is altering weather patterns here and affecting the reindeers' food supply in Sweden.
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Randy Rhoads’ stolen items found in Hollywood dumpster — but still no guitar
A Los Angeles resident located some of the legendary Ozzy Osbourne guitarist's stolen items in a Hollywood dumpster on Sunday.
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Chrystia Freeland to sign new NAFTA deal with U.S., Mexico
U.S. ratification has been stalled for months The post Chrystia Freeland to sign new NAFTA deal with U.S., Mexico appeared first on Macleans.ca.
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Rex Murphy: Capt. Kenney journeys to the heart of the Obfuscation Galaxy
Trudeau might want to rev up the (free) Enterprise and go where no Liberal has gone before — to the galactic outpost of Fort McMurray itself
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Third Alberta ‘Fair Deal Panel’ town hall in Calgary sells out
The Fair Deal Panel is touring the province until Jan. 30 to hear from Albertans.
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11 Chinese migrants found hiding in appliances, furniture at U.S. border
At least one person was crammed inside a washing machine and another was curled up inside a wooden chest.
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Dallas Stars fire head coach Jim Montgomery, citing ‘unprofessional conduct’
The Dallas Stars fired Jim Montgomery shortly after the NHL announced a plan to deal with coaches who are accused of abusive behaviour.
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365 days detained: Conservatives call for special study as two Canadians remain held in China
On the one year anniversary of the detention of Canadians Michael Kovrig and Michael Spavor in China, the Conservative party is calling for MPs to support the creation of a special all-party committee to study the state of the Canada-China relationship.
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The storming of the Vice newsroom was little more than a prank, defence suggests
While witness after witness said they felt intimidated, they were unable to name any specific actions by the head of right-wing organization Atalante Québec.
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3 women win $1M in lotto sold in Leduc
A trio of women -- including two Albertans -- are going to have an extra merry Christmas this year, after a wining a $1-million prize.
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TSB investigators at site of fiery Saskatchewan CP train derailment
Officials have not said how many cars hauling crude oil left the tracks in a fiery derailment near Guernsey, Sask.
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