Interior First Nations feel 'ignored and abandoned' by prime minister
One First Nation says the only help it has received has been from Telus and pipeline companies
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Dominique Anglade vows an 'energy revolution' if Liberals win back power
In a speech kicking off a party policy convention, the Quebec Liberal leader said her party would completely embrace green hydrogen.
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Oshawa, Ont. woman claims she found melted plastic in chip bag
An Oshawa woman is asking for accountability after she claims she found a piece of melted plastic in her chip bag.
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Einarson misses first chance at securing playoff berth, has to settle for tiebreaker
After suffering a loss in a game where a win would have sent her to the playoffs, Kerri Einarson will now have to win two tiebreakers to make the semifinals.
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Call of the Wilde: With the Habs’ season in the balance, it’s time for a management change
A general manager's work is ongoing in a season like this, Brian Wilde writes, and the work begins for next year right now. The plan must be that the rebuild starts immediately.
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Toronto police officers to patrol near COVID vaccination sites as children begin receiving shots
Const. David Hopkinson said officers won't necessarily be stationed at vaccine clinics, but will patrol them as part of their shifts.
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‘My life’s work’: Farmers detail loss of beloved land, crops in Sumas Prairie, B.C.
Farmers in the flooded Sumas Prairie have banded together in the wake of disaster to call for support as they try to rebuild.
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Gas prices could see double-digit drop in most of Canada this weekend: analyst
Motorists may want to wait until Sunday to fill up their tanks, as one analyst expects gas prices to fall 10 to 11 cents across most of Canada.
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Londoners rally in support of Wet’suwet’en fight against Coastal GasLink project
Supporters in London gathered together to show solidarity with the Wet’suwet’en people, who are fighting a natural gas pipeline project, Friday night.
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Stephen Sondheim, the master who reshaped musical theatre, dies at 91
Sondheim influenced several generations of theater songwriters with such landmark musicals as ``Company,'' ``Follies'' and ``Sweeney Todd."
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RM of Buckland approves new head office development for former Thorpe Brothers building
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Peter McKnight: Mandatory minimum penalties mean prosecutors, not judges, decide who goes to jail and for how long
Opinion: This isn't how justice is supposed to work and this is why numerous and diverse groups have called for the repeal of MMPs.
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Letters to The Sun, Nov. 27, 2021: Government must prioritize seismic upgrades and expand emergency preparedness
Re: B.C. has been warned for years of potential for key Sumas dike to fail Again, we witness another environmental calamity here in B.C. with inept government pre-warnings and post-disaster response. The premier has the gall to say the flood was “not contemplated before” despite the numerous previous studies and warnings of the frailty of […]
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Alberta ombudsman says AHS decision on EMS dispatch not under her jurisdiction
Decisions made by health authorities lay outside of the ombudsman's jurisdiction, according to a rare statement made by the province's independent investigator.
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B.C. floods: Prime Minister Justin Trudeau meets with B.C. Premier John Horgan
Earlier Friday, Trudeau toured the flood zone in Abbotsford's Sumas Prairie, where crews have been working around the clock to bolster dikes ahead of more heavy rain.
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Gas prices expected to drop by at least 10 cents in most of Canada this weekend: analyst
"What we saw today was panic on the world markets as a result of the COVID variant coming out of South Africa."
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B.C. fuel supplies stable, for now, while Trans Mountain pushes back pipeline restart
Fuel shipments by barge and rail, along with rationing, are helping shore up the Lower Mainland's restricted fuel supplies while awaiting restart of the Trans Mountain pipeline, according to Transportation and Infrastructure Minister Rob Fleming.
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RCMP investigate fatal crash on QE2 near Leduc
The RCMP has confirmed one person has died after a truck headed north on Highway 2 near Leduc, Alta., is believed to have lost control before rolling over several times.
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Princeton prepares for next atmospheric river as Canadian Forces members fill thousands of sandbags
The town of Princeton is preparing for another possible storm that could bring more flooding.
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Man in critical condition after Main Street assault
A man is in critical condition after being assaulted on Main Street early Friday morning.
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‘Not quite the same’: Lethbridge retailers navigate Black Friday during pandemic
big-box and smaller local businesses in Lethbridge advertised mark downs on Nov. 26 in an effort to entice shoppers to kick off their holiday shopping.
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Dave Chappelle made a surprise appearence at his old high school. By all accounts, it didn’t go well
During a Q&A session, a student reportedly told the comedian, “I’m 16 and I think you’re childish; you handled it like a child.”
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Colleagues, fans pay tribute after death of theatre giant Stephen Sondheim
Theatre fans and celebrities take to Twitter to remember the life of Sondheim.
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Frustrated by contract talks, University of Alberta staff hold mock labour strike
Dozens of University of Alberta staff staged a mock labour strike on their employer's doorstep.
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Ukraine president says Russia, oligarch planning coup for next week
The president said that Ukrainian intelligence has audio recordings of an alleged meeting between Russian and Ukrainian officials discussing a plan for a coup.
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