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Some of the memorable comments made during Alberta election campaign

Some of the memorable comments made during Alberta election campaign

Candidates for both the United Conservative Party and New Democrats have been campaigning over the last four weeks for their party to form the next Alberta government. Election day is Monday.
Promise tracker: What Alberta's UCP and NDP pledge to do if they win the election

Promise tracker: What Alberta's UCP and NDP pledge to do if they win the election

EDMONTON — Albertans go to the polls on Monday.
Economy, health care, trust: Alberta election campaign hits final day before vote

Economy, health care, trust: Alberta election campaign hits final day before vote

EDMONTON — Alberta NDP Leader Rachel Notley made one final pitch to voters Sunday to upend Danielle Smith’s United Conservative Party government and deliver an upset win in the provincial election. “In this room, we share Alberta's values.
The fastest 96-year-old woman in the world: Ottawa woman breaks 5K race record

The fastest 96-year-old woman in the world: Ottawa woman breaks 5K race record

OTTAWA — Rejeanne Fairhead stood at the starting line in front of Ottawa's city hall on Saturday surrounded by thousands of racers who were almost all, assuredly, younger than her.
'Precious' musical instruments removed from Montreal heritage building after fire

'Precious' musical instruments removed from Montreal heritage building after fire

MONTREAL — A pair of valuable musical instruments have been removed from a Montreal heritage building that caught fire last week, raising hopes that they can be saved to play again.
Hamilton police say engaged couple shot dead while fleeing landlord-tenant dispute

Hamilton police say engaged couple shot dead while fleeing landlord-tenant dispute

A brazen double homicide in which an engaged couple was allegedly gunned down by their landlord as they fled their rental home has shaken residents of their southern Ontario city and raised questions about how a landlord-tenant dispute could explode
Climate change could mean fewer 'date nights' for Arctic ground squirrels: study

Climate change could mean fewer 'date nights' for Arctic ground squirrels: study

As temperatures rise in the North, scientists say it's affecting how Arctic ground squirrels hibernate — and it could have serious consequences for the species.
Mechanical podium, playfully dubbed 'explodium,' aims to even B.C.'s political field

Mechanical podium, playfully dubbed 'explodium,' aims to even B.C.'s political field

VICTORIA — It was a sizable British Columbia political issue that called for a one-size-fits-all solution, says Premier David Eby, who at six foot seven inches is the province's tallest leader.
Early snowmelt in Western mountains means drier summers, more wildfire risk: study

Early snowmelt in Western mountains means drier summers, more wildfire risk: study

VANCOUVER — Leaner snowpack in Western Canada and United States mountain ranges is causing drier summers and increasing wildfire risk, says a new study from the University of Colorado Boulder.

Mexican authorities make arrest in mid-May killing of Quebec man in seaside town

Mexican authorities have made an arrest in the killing of a Quebec man earlier this month in the Pacific coast beach town of Puerto Escondido.
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