Commitee orders further research on variable playground speeds
Edmonton’s “one-size-fits-all” rule for playground speed zones - regardless of time of day or season of the year - is better than confusing motorists with variable rules, says a report reviewed by city councillors on Tuesday.
Airbnb generating almost twice as much PST and municipal tax as expected in B.C.
The short-term rental platform agreed to start collecting the taxes starting on Oct 1, 2018, and the money has been pouring in ever since.
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Wildfire evacuees from Beaver Lake and Dene Tha' First Nations return home
Members of Beaver Lake First Nation and Dene Tha’ First Nation who were forced to leave their communities a week ago because of wildfire have been allowed to return home as of Tuesday.
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RCMP say missing Yellowknife teen found
Police thank the public for the help in locating the missing teen, who has been located 'safe and sound.'
Fight in Eaton Centre during Pride's Dyke March
Police are reviewing a violent fight that broke out at Toronto's Eaton Centre on Saturday, allegedly between a group of protesters and counter-protesters during the Dyke March at Pride. (Video Courtesy: YouTube/Facts VS. Feelings)
(Live at 7:00 pm ET) Canadian Elite Basketball League on CBC: Hamilton Honey Badgers vs Niagara River Lions
The Niagara River Lions take on the Hamilton Honey Badgers at their home court in St. Catharines, Ontario.
P.E.I. premier to address bridge 'tariff' with PM
P.E.I. Premier Dennis King met with Sen. Percy Downe on Monday to talk about how to reduce the toll on the Confederation Bridge and the fare for Northumberland Ferries, which he likens to a "tariff" for Islanders.
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Man deemed 'high risk to re-offend sexually' arrested in Regina
Regina police have arrested a man considered to be 'a high-risk to re-offend sexually," according to a news release.
P.E.I. family gets close-up look at beluga
A Charlottetown family got a close-up look at a beluga whale that has been spotted swimming in P.E.I. waters the last several days.
Why SW Ontario should care about Via's Toronto-Quebec high-frequency plan
High-frequency rail is more realistic than high-speed rail, says Transport Action Canada president.
China considering halting all meat products from Canada over fake veterinary health certificates
China is considering halting all meat imports from Canada starting Wednesday after the Canadian Food Inspection Agency notified China that it had discovered a number of fabricated veterinary health certificates in meat products bound for China, according to a government official.
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Mother of Alberta boy who died of meningitis breaks down testifying at trial
The mother of a toddler who died of bacterial meningitis broke down several times while she testified at her trial Tuesday that she is still haunted by her boy's death.
Toronto's 'professional tenant' found guilty of fraud for skipping out on rent for 2 years
A man sometimes referred to as Toronto's "professional tenant" and the city's "classiest con man" was found guilty of fraud Tuesday after not paying rent at three high-end addresses since 2014.
Teen reported last seen in Long Plain First Nation safely located: Winnipeg police
A 16-year-old last seen on Sunday night in Long Plain First Nation has been safely located, police said Tuesday afternoon.
Recipes with Julie: Mouth-watering mac and cheese
Can't make the mac and cheese festival this weekend? CBC's food guide has you covered with recipes to satisfy KD cravings.
Debate over armoured vehicle stems from lack of education, historian says
Debate over whether a Cougar AVGP should stand in Sackville Memorial Park could reflect a lack of education about Canadian history, a Fredericton military historian says.
Smart fare machines finally installed on select Edmonton buses
Edmonton Transit Service prepares to pilot fare card system five years after city approval.
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Ex-ambassador McCallum says Trump could fix Canada-China impasse by dropping Meng's extradition
The "best thing" U.S. President Donald Trump could do to secure the release of Canadians detained in China is to abandon Washington's push to extradite Huawei executive Meng Wanzhou, Canada's former ambassador to China John McCallum said today.
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