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  • Sturgeon County neighbourhoods evacuated after train carrying crude oil derails

    October 23, 2017 1:48 AM 5

    12 cars overturned on the railway in Sturgeon County northwest of Edmonton Residents of two neighbourhoods in Sturgeon County, Alta., were allowed to return home Sunday evening after their homes were evacuated in the aftermath of a train derailment Sunday afternoon, county officials say. At about 2 p.m., 12 cars overturned on the railway northwest of Edmonton

  • Evacuation order lifted after Fernie ammonia leak

    October 23, 2017 12:11 AM 4

    Officials in Fernie, B.C. have lifted an evacuation order for the area around a hockey arena where an ammonia leak killed three people Tuesday. “The situation at the arena has stabilized and the experts on scene are now comfortable that there is no longer an ammonia threat at the arena. It is now safe for residents to return home and the on-scene investigation

  • Neighbourhoods north of Edmonton allowed to go home after CN train derails

    October 22, 2017 11:38 PM 4

    ST. ALBERT, Alta. -- Residents from dozens of homes who had to leave their homes on Sunday after a train carrying crude derailed north of Edmonton were quickly allowed to return. CN Rail says 12 rail cars carrying crude oil derailed Sunday afternoon in Sturgeon County. A news release from the company says two of the cars released some oil, but it says those

  • New Liberal Leader Dougald Lamont plans to win seat before next election

    October 22, 2017 11:12 PM 4

    The new leader of the Manitoba Liberal party has a background in journalism, business and politics, but doesn't have a seat in the legislature. Dougald Lamont, 48, was elected Saturday night at the Liberal Leadership Convention in Winnipeg. He told reporters after the win he doesn't know where he'll run in Manitoba, but plans to win a seat in a by-election

  • 'I'm still shocked:' Family reacts to RCMP shooting of man in North Battleford, Sask

    October 22, 2017 8:59 PM 6

    Brydon Bryce Whitstone of Onion Lake was pronounced dead Saturday night A 22-year-old First Nations man is dead after he was shot by Saskatchewan RCMP on Saturday night. Police said the incident unfolded in North Battleford on Saturday just before 9 p.m. CST. RCMP reported receiving a call from a man, saying he had been chased and shot at from a vehicle

  • Battlefords RCMP ask for help in locating missing 15-year-old girl

    October 22, 2017 6:24 PM 12

    Battlefords RCMP are requesting the public’s help in looking for 15-year-old Maria Bluebird, who was last seen at 3:30 p.m. on Oct. 13 in North Battleford. Bluebird is described as an Indigenous female with long brown hair, brown eyes, and braces. She is approximately five-foot six and weighs 100 pounds. Bluebird was last seen wearing a black hooded

  • Saskatchewan RCMP shoot and kill man in North Battleford

    October 22, 2017 5:27 PM 11

    REGINA -- RCMP in Saskatchewan say they shot and killed a man in North Battleford. Police say they received a call Saturday night about a man being fired at by some people in a vehicle. Police found and chased the vehicle, which they say rammed an RCMP cruiser. An RCMP officer shot and wounded the driver of the suspect vehicle in what police describe

  • Answers to some key questions on Quebec's face-covering law

    October 22, 2017 10:01 AM 17

    New law bans those wearing face-coverings from giving or receiving public services. But how will it work? Quebec's Bill 62, requiring people to show their faces when they give or receive public services, became law this week. The new law applies to a wide array of public institutions — from hospitals to libraries — and has elicited a groundswell of criticism

  • Gerrard bows out, voting heads to second ballot at Liberal Leadership Convention

    October 22, 2017 1:30 AM 32

    Voting has gone to the second ballot as Manitoba Liberals vote to select a new party leader Saturday. Three contestants, Dougald Lamont, Cindy Lamoureux and Jon Gerrard have been vying for the leadership. Members gathered at the Victoria Inn Hotel and Convention Centre in Winnipeg to listen to pitches and cast their vote. Liberal Leadership co-chairs

  • 4 arrested, cop hurt at City Hall protest

    October 22, 2017 12:25 AM 40

    The other was describing itself is anti-hate and in favour of the current government. By the time the protest at Nathan Phillips Square had ended Saturday afternoon, four people were arrested by Toronto Police and taken away after a clash of about 150 people on each side. “A police officer was assaulted,” said Toronto Police spokesperson Const. Allyson