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Alberta's electric vehicle owners rally to boost interest
Alberta's electric vehicle industry is trailing behind other provinces but owners here are trying to boost interest.
Student survivor of deadly Bamfield, B.C., bus crash recalls screams
AJ Wasserman saw headlights, felt the bus swerve, and then heard "the scariest scream I have ever heard."
Little harvest, big impact: Alberta volunteer farmers help battle global hunger
About 300 acres of Alberta barley could help raise close to half a million dollars to battle global hunger.
U of C trial studies why some young people recover faster than others from concussion
Doctor Michael Esser is conducting a trial study involving about 100 youth between the ages of eight and 18 who have suffered a head injury.
When candidates go wrong
In this week’s Canada Votes newsletter: parties are dealing with a string of problem candidates Also: what percentage of the vote is needed to win a majority government? — and why aren’t we calling Justin Trudeau prime minister.
Bianca Andreescu accepts key to Mississauga as hometown celebrates U.S. Open champion
Cancer survivor reflects on importance of Terry Fox run
The 60 ridings where the federal election will be won and lost
Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer promises tax cut to save average taxpayer hundreds of dollars
Alberta ultramarathoner Dave Proctor plots another cross-Canada speed record
When it comes to personal finances, most Canadian voters have the same concerns
Best Buy, Staples accused of 'urging' customers to pirate TV shows with devices sold in stores
When Alberta's provincial flower put on a show, a Fort McMurray artist did the same
Scheer's costly tax credit could boost public transit use, but likely not by much
Girl with spinal condition 'unregistered' as Hinton dance school reviews disability policy
Toronto immigration firm charges $170K for fake Canadian job, undercover investigation reveals
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