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Nunavut's Marlene Watson Gifts Canada’s Politicians Incredible Inuit Parkas

She's collaborated with Canada Goose, making unique Inuit-detailed jackets. → Read More

Alberta Legislature Interrupted By Shooting, Police Find Body On Front Steps Of Building

Edmonton police said the incident was "non-criminal." → Read More

Alberta School Bus Crash Leaves Several Students In Critical Condition

One student had to be airlifted from the crash to an Edmonton hospital. → Read More

Lloydminister Student Olivia's Brockhoff's Heartwarming School Project Goes Viral

The 16-year-old student filmed her classmates while telling them they were beautiful. → Read More

Conservative Deputy Leader Leona Alleslev Equates Pride Parades To St. Patrick’s Day

She was trying to defend Andrew Scheer from criticism for not attending Pride events. → Read More

E-Scooters Are Coming To Ontario After Wreaking Havoc In Other Canadian Cities

It wasn’t exactly a smooth ride in Edmonton, Calgary or Montreal. → Read More

Software Tied To Boeing Max 8 Crashes Must Go, Transport Canada Official Urges

Boeing's "anti-stall" software is the suspected reason behind two crashes. → Read More

Jason Kenney Sports 'I ♥ Oil And Gas' Sweatshirt At 2019 Grey Cup

The Alberta premier's wardrobe was front and centre during the coin toss. → Read More

Avoid Romaine Lettuce From Salinas, California Canadian Officials Warn

OTTAWA — Canadian health officials are warning consumers to avoid romaine lettuce grown in Salinas, Calif., because of another food poisoning outbreak. The notice comes almost exactly one year after a similar outbreak led to a blanket warning about romaine, ranging from whole heads to pre-cut salad mixes. The Public Health Agency of Canada says one patient in Manitoba last month suffered from an… → Read More

Alberta's United Conservatives Fire Election Commissioner Investigating Kenney's Win

Lorne Gibson had fined the United Conservatives more that $200,000. → Read More

Military Members Linked To Hate Groups Received Warnings But Were Allowed To Stay

About 16 members tied to hate groups received a warning, were disciplined or ordered to take counselling — but allowed to stay. → Read More

What Is Prince Andrew's History With Jeffrey Epstein?

Prince Andrew let the BBC in on his relationship with American financier and pedophile Jeffrey Epstein, after years of staying quiet about the subject. The prince addressed everything from the beginni... → Read More

Barack Obama Says Justin Trudeau's Approach To Politics Is Close To His Own

The former president also said despite having "very different" politics from Harper, they managed to get things done. → Read More

Alex Trebek Chokes Up At 'Jeopardy' Contestant's Final Answer

We'll take "Things that make you cry at your television" for $500, Alex. → Read More

Don Cherry Fired After Remembrance Day Comments About Immigrants

The sports commentator has been hosting the "Hockey Night in Canada" segment for 33 seasons. → Read More

Neil Young Says His Marijuana Use Is Stalling U.S. Citizenship Application

The Canadian singer is trying for a dual citizenship to vote in the 2020 presidential election. → Read More

Ron MacLean Apologizes For Don Cherry's 'Flat-Out Wrong' Remarks

He also said sorry for not catching it immediately and saying something on air. → Read More

Conservatives Vote Against Power To Quickly Boot Scheer As Leader

Scheer's fate as party leader will be decided in April. → Read More

Food Insecurity In First Nations Communities Causes Higher Rates Of Obesity, Diabetes: Study

First Nations communities say their ability to harvest food has been impeded by industry activities and climate change. → Read More

Ransomware Attack Hits Nunavut's Government Services

The attack affected any government service that required electronic access. → Read More