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Flying on your own, the Alberta Conservative way
2 hours ago
Written by
Colby Cosh
I was pretty sure the press had squeezed the last ounce of public entertainment out of ex-Premier Alison Redford's outrages against the Alberta treasury.
Alison Redford denies using fake passengers to keep outsiders off planes
Air Redford's airborne ghost riders will be the death of Alberta's Tories
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Wife-killer, Robert Gaudette, escapes from prison in Laval, Que.

Toronto Sun - ‎14 hours ago‎
robert gaudette The Sûreté du Québec is asking the public's help to locate Robert Gaudette, 55, who escaped from Montée Saint-François prison in Laval, Que.
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First Nations prepared to lay down their lives to protect lands: chiefs

CTV News - ‎10 hours ago‎
TORONTO -- Aboriginal people in Ontario are prepared to lay down their lives to protect their traditional lands from any unwanted development, a group of First Nations chiefs said Tuesday.
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The SkyTrain system is safe, TransLink CEO says

Vancouver Sun
7 hours ago
Written by
Kelly Sinoski
TransLink's board of directors was negligent in not ensuring that the transportation authority was prepared to handle a pair of SkyTrain shutdowns that prompted transit passengers to force open the train doors and flee onto the tracks, a Metro Vancouver ...
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Thomson: On the government's wage freeze reversal, lipstick won't diguise this pig

Edmonton Journal - ‎Jul 28, 2014‎
EDMONTON - On Feb. 19, 2013, the Alberta government announced with great fanfare a freeze on the salaries of senior civil servants - those making upwards of $275,000 a year.
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Chinese Embassy Denies Allegations Of Infiltrating NRC Computer System

CJOB - ‎2 hours ago‎
Ottawa has complained to Beijing after Chinese hackers allegedly infiltrated the National Research Council computer system. The managing consultant with Seccuris, Tim McCreight tells the all news drive there is no indication what data was compromised but ...
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Truck gets stuck under bridge near Polo Park

CTV News - ‎11 hours ago‎
A semi-trailer became wedged underneath the Empress Street rail bridge over Portage Avenue on Tuesday afternoon. It took several rail staff more than an hour to get the trailer out from beneath the bridge.
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Union wants bus driver in red-light run video to stay with TTC

Toronto Sun - ‎21 hours ago‎
(Screengrab from YouTube) TTC investigating after bus runs red light, nearly strikes pedestrian (Screengrab from YouTube). Article.
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Pancho Desperatus-Amator-DeTanza missing from Cottonwood Lodge in ... - ‎3 hours ago‎
Police are asking the public for help to find Pancho Desperatus-Amator-DeTanza, who has been missing from Coquitlam's Cottonwood Lodge psychiatric hospital since Tuesday morning.
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Rogue beaver blamed for tree falling on Quebec family's SUV in Prince Edward ...

Montreal Gazette - ‎3 hours ago‎
MONTREAL - Police in Prince Edward Island are on the lookout for an overzealous beaver after a family of four from Quebec narrowly escaped injury while travelling on a remote highway last weekend.
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Gibbons town council imposes sanctions on Mayor - ‎5 hours ago‎
Council is saying Horner has been allegedly involved in physical and verbal fights at a local pub. He's also being accused of bullying members of council as well as employees.
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Police investigate possible murder in Maple Ridge

Vancouver Sun - ‎1 hour ago‎
Police are investigating the possible murder of a man in Maple Ridge overnight Tuesday after a shooting was reported on social media.
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17 people, mostly youths, linked to trashing of arena at Montreal Lake - ‎5 hours ago‎
RCMP say at least 17 people, mostly youths, went on a rampage in the arena on the Montreal Lake First Nation, causing considerable damage.
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Ex Que. Lt.-Gov. can't claim immunity from fraud charges: Judge

Toronto Sun - ‎Jul 28, 2014‎
Lise Thibault (650x366) 7 ways Lise Thibault at the Quebec courthouse Thursday, May 29, 2014. (STEVENS LEBLANC/QMI Agency). Tweet.
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U of C students' union reverses decision on fundraising concert for Brentwood ...

Calgary Herald - ‎5 hours ago‎
Barry Mason says he is encouraged by the “good community support” for a planned fundraiser in honour of the five Brentwood murder victims.
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Opinion: Thérèse Casgrain, Quebec's suffragette icon

Montreal Gazette - ‎8 hours ago‎
When on Saturday, Nov. 13, 1909, British cabinet minister Winston Churchill stepped off the train at the English city of Bristol, there were more people waiting to welcome him than the usual queue of municipal officials.
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Who are Torontonians voting for?

Toronto Star - ‎10 hours ago‎
Polls show Toronto's mayoral race is still too close to call, with Olivia Chow, Rob Ford and John Tory all in a statistical tie, plus Karen Stintz and David Soknacki trailing behind.
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Three workers rescued from Surrey trench collapse

The Province - ‎5 hours ago‎
Three workers were rescued in Surrey after a trench collapsed on Tuesday. The incident took place at a work site located near 158th Street and 104th Avenue just after noon.
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Delta police investigating death of a worker hit by vehicle

Vancouver Sun - ‎6 hours ago‎
Delta police are investigating a workplace death Tuesday afternoon when a worker was struck by a vehicle. Police said that the accident at 9400-block of River Road happened at 3 p.m.. WorkSafeBC has been notified and no further information was available ...