Nancy Richler, author of The Imposter Bride, dead at 60
Richler's third and final novel, 2012's The Imposter Bride, was shortlisted for the Scotiabank Giller Prize.
Calgary can 'hold its head up' despite not making Amazon HQ2 short list, pitch organizer says
Calgary’s failure to make Amazon’s short list of locations for its second headquarters is a disappointment but also a learning experience, says the woman who spearheaded the city’s pitch to the U.S. tech giant.
Men's Olympic hockey teams gain advantage of some practice before Games
When Brian Gionta last played in the Olympics in 2006, his final NHL game before the break allowed him just three days to fly to Italy and get acclimated before suiting up for Team USA.
Police Chief Al Frederick talks safety, his successor at 'Coffee with a Cop'
Lionsgate stock rises on takeover rumours
Ottawa doctor charged with voyeurism, sexual assault
Inmate's death was accidental, inquest jury concludes
Ottawa man charged in collision that killed teen
Rhye's Mike Milosh on how Earth, Wind & Fire inspired his new album
'Scary, unreal': 2 families told to leave homes as Deer Lake ice threatens
Cherryvale residents feel stranded and ignored after flooding cuts off main road
Old Masters: Decoding pre-historic art with Jean Clottes
Orphaned baby cougar finds temporary home in conservation officer's garage
Person extricated from vehicle after accident on Howard Ave.
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London police search for white SUV that struck and killed cyclist
Coffee with Windsor Police Chief Al Frederick
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Thunder Bay police arrest 3 men in reported East End robbery