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The province says Bill 184 protects both landlords and tenants. Here's why both sides hate it

Richmond Hill landlord Valeria Burnazov says she's at her wits' end with a tenant she says is refusing to pay rent. The…

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Cloudy outlook for pipelines gets even murkier amid court rulings, U.S. election

If Albertans had forgotten about the risks associated with Premier Jason Kenney's decision to invest $1.1 billion US in the…

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US appeals to proceed with 1st federal execution in 17 years

WASHINGTON — Determined to proceed with the first federal execution in nearly two decades, the Justice Department plans to appeal…

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Migrant worker advocate says those mistakenly billed for COVID-19 care creates additional deterrent

A local migrant worker advocate says the mistaken billing of workers in Windsor-Essex who received medical attention for COVID-19 is…

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Family, community marks second anniversary of Ashley Morin's disappearance

The friends and family of Ashley Morin are on a journey to keep her memory alive, two years after Morin…

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RCMP 'disappointed' by talk that race a factor in quiet Rideau Hall arrest

OTTAWA — The idea that the man accused of crashing into the grounds of Rideau Hall would have been treated…

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Bugs, crowds and celebrities: why it's worth paying attention to our pandemic dreams

Earlier this week, Tim Schutz found himself running through the residential streets of west Edmonton naked — in his dream, that…

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Testing during worst of Alberta's outbreak suggests COVID-19 wasn't slipping into hospitals undetected

A pilot project conducted at three Alberta hospitals at the height of the pandemic shows patients were not being admitted with undetected…

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Survey suggests 40 per cent of Alberta doctors have considered leaving province

CALGARY — A survey by the Alberta Medical Association suggests more than 40 per cent of the province's physicians have…

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Civil servants to get up to $2,500 each for Phoenix 'pain and suffering'

OTTAWA — Federal employees stand to collect up to $2,500 each in cash payments for "pain and suffering" resulting from…

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