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Struggling Edmonton Elks to review ownership structure amid mounting losses

Edmonton's CFL team has struck a committee to review its ownership structure as the club deals with mounting losses.

Canadian Sikhs calling for political parties to present 'united front' against India

Two groups in the Canadian Sikh diaspora are calling for Canada's political parties to "present a united front" on India after Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced a "potential link" between the shooting death of a local leader and the Indian government.

Harold Brine, last of 19 miners rescued after 1958 Springhill mine disaster, dead at 91

Brine, who was 26 at the time, was among 12 men who were rescued after spending six days trapped near the bottom of North America's deepest coal mine.

N.S. woman fined nearly $29K for outdoor fire

Police say a woman in central Nova Scotia has been fined nearly $29,000 for having an unsupervised outdoor fire in the midst of a provincewide fire ban.

Alberta's Child and Youth Advocate releases report on 15 deaths of youth in government care

The office of Alberta's Child and Youth Advocate has released a report into the deaths of 15 young people in government care and most involved drugs.

Group of First Nations and Métis communities acquires minority stake in 7 Enbridge pipelines

Enbridge Inc. has signed a deal to sell a minority stake in seven pipelines in the Athabasca region of northern Alberta to a group of 23 First Nation and Métis communities for $1.12 billion.

Whales aren't staying as long in Quebec's St. Lawrence River, researchers find

Specialists believe the whales' habits may be changing, according to the Group for Research and Education on Marine Mammals (GREMM).

Regimental memorial service scheduled for Mountie killed in N.S. mass shooting

An RCMP regimental memorial service will be held next week in Nova Scotia for Const. Heidi Stevenson. She was one of 22 people killed in April 2020 during the worst mass shooting in modern Canadian history.

Port aux Basques mayor says climate change talks needed after another dump of rain

Channel-Port aux Basques Mayor Brian Button says it's time to have serious conversations about the impact of changing weather on communities like his, after another night of heavy rain.

Expenses of N.S. children's hospital ex-CEO vanished from public record, court told

The director of finance at a Halifax children's hospital told a fraud trial Friday she was surprised when a major part of the former CEO's expenses had vanished from a publicly disclosed report.