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Oilers pull out shootout win over Flames
The potential for an old fashioned, rock-em-sock-em Battle of Alberta was in the air. And, for once, Saturday’s clash between the Calgary Flames and Edmonton Oilers meant something to both squads — Calgary which occupied the first Wild Card spot in the We
Battle of Alberta takes on new meaning
Those unfamiliar with how intense the Battle of Alberta can be for its residents clearly never took part in a family dinner at Kris Versteeg’s home in Lethbridge. “I mean, it’s big,” said the Calgary Flames winger, when asked how much it would mean for Al
Scathing report condemns abuse by Chicago police
Chicago police have violated the constitutional rights of residents for years, permitting racial bias against blacks, using excessive force and shooting people who did not pose immediate threats, the U.S. Justice Department said after a yearlong investiga
Biden awarded presidential Medal of Freedom
President Barack Obama surprised an emotional Vice President Joe Biden Thursday by presenting him the Presidential Medal of Freedom, the nation's highest civilian honor, during a White House ceremony.
Gov't workers reaping perks
Government workers in B.C. are paid 7.4 per cent higher wages on average than workers in the private sector, according to a study conducted by the Fraser Institute.
Hydro cost complaint to Kathleen Wynne sparks online uproar
One woman's plea for the Ontario government to give people a break on hydro rates has resonated with thousands of people. Libby Keenan, who operates Sunhall Equestrian Center in Amherstburg, Ont., has seen her hydro rates skyrocket. In an open letter to
B.C. Gives Trans Mountain Pipeline Expansion The Go-Ahead
British Columbia gave its blessing Wednesday to the expansion of the Trans Mountain pipeline as Premier Christy Clark announced all five conditions her government placed on the project have been met with a financial deal that will help fund environmental
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