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January 10, 2019  

Alberta minister says nine government officials harassed over Bighorn parks plan

LETHBRIDGE, Alta. – Alberta’s environment minister, facing criticism for

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January 10, 2019  

Fifteen military suicides reported in 2018 despite new prevention strategy

OTTAWA – Defence Minister Harjit Sajjan has promised to

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January 10, 2019  

Climate change doubled risk of B.C.’s record setting 2017 wildfires: study

Research suggests British Columbia’s record-setting 2017 wildfire season wasn’t

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January 9, 2019  

‘That’s all I needed to hear:’ Truck driver in Broncos crash pleads guilty

MELFORT, Sask. – Scott Thomas was sitting nearby in

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January 9, 2019  

Feds didn’t fully assess requirements in towing vessel contract, tribunal says

OTTAWA – Canada’s International Trade Tribunal says the federal

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January 9, 2019  

Minister cites ‘bullying’ in cancelling public meetings on Alberta parks plan

EDMONTON – Alberta’s environment minister has cancelled public information

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January 8, 2019  

Ottawa roofing company fined $80k after workers catch fire on the job

OTTAWA – An Ottawa roofing company has been fined

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January 8, 2019  

Ontario’s chief coroner launches review of police suicides in 2018

TORONTO – Ontario’s chief coroner has launched a review

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January 7, 2019  

Heart attack, stroke can harm earning power due to life altering effects: study

TORONTO – Middle-aged Canadians who have had a heart

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January 7, 2019  

Filipino workers speak out against Halifax businessman in immigration fraud case

HALIFAX – Emotional workers spoke out against a Halifax

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January 4, 2019  

Black plume over Edmonton, but no hazard from refinery flare: government

EDMONTON – Alberta Environment says a 12-hour refinery flare

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January 4, 2019  

Nova Scotia’s Donkin coal mine suspends work after latest ‘roof fall’

DONKIN, N.S. – Operations have been suspended at Cape

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January 4, 2019  

Contractor working on Irving land in northern New Brunswick dies

SAINT LEONARD, N.B. – A contractor working on J.D.

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January 3, 2019  

Gender pay gap widest at top of the corporate ladder: new report

OTTAWA – A new report on the country’s highest-paid

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January 3, 2019  

Proposed class action against Uber can proceed, appeal court rules

TORONTO – A proposed class-action lawsuit against the ride-hailing

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January 2, 2019  

Little to no proof police carding has effect on crime or arrests: Ontario report

TORONTO – Police street checks widely known as carding