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A so-called sovereign citizen movement emerged from the shadows in 2013 with the story of a pensioner whose rental duplex was claimed as an "embassy" by a follower and his friends.
Is racial profiling justified?
Should government buildings be allowed to display religious symbols?
A panel reviewing a proposed pipeline to the Pacific Coast that would allow Canada's oil to be shipped to Asia will on Thursday deliver its recommendation on whether Canadian government should approve the project.
A flash freeze warning has been issued for B.C.'s South Peace River region and the area around Grande Prairie, Beaverlodge and Valleyview in Alberta.
HINTON, Alta. - The case of a U.S. woman charged with aiding the suicide of her mother in an Alberta mountain town is scheduled to be back in court.
Sherif Moawad will soon find out exactly how Edmontonians roll when it comes to customized sushi.
Kinder Morgan Canada filed its long-anticipated application to the National Energy Board on Monday to nearly triple the flow of oil through its Trans Mountain pipeline from Edmonton to the British Columbia coast.
Mountain fun can be served up on ice as well as snow. While skiers give on-slope ice the cold shoulder, frozen surfaces provide opportunities for good times at canyons, waterfalls and rinks.
Langley RCMP Traffic Services were out in force on Dec. 7 conducting an impaired driving Counter Attack on the Langley 204 Street overpass.
The Alberta government has announced a new school for Calgary and one for Edmonton to help deal with the province's growing population.
Momo, the cat whose dramatic rescue from a raging Alberta flood was caught on camera last June, is doing well nearly six months later.
Scott Lambie took two weeks of holidays late this fall, but he didn't fly to a sunny beach or even drive to visit relatives.
Oilsands producers are talking with the federal and Alberta governments about conditions under which water from the industry's tailings ponds could be released into the environment.
As of April 1, medical marijuana users will no longer be able to grow their own plants or buy from small-scale licensed growers, as Health Canada begins a mail-order distribution system using large-scale producers.
The Cessna 421 with tail number C-GFMX is pictured in a 2008 photo taken at Edmonton Airport.