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Experts foresee more heat waves outside summer as May hot spell shatters records

Experts foresee more heat waves outside summer as May hot spell shatters records

The ongoing May heat wave that shattered almost 40 daily temperature records across B.C. and Alberta on Sunday should be seen as a warning of more out-of-season hot spells in the future, climatologists say.
Dead birds found at Suncor oilsands tailings ponds sites

Dead birds found at Suncor oilsands tailings ponds sites

CALGARY — The Alberta Energy Regulator says a total of 32 dead waterfowl have been found at two separate oilsands tailings ponds operated by Suncor Energy Inc.
Justice minister planning to introduce bail reforms this week

Justice minister planning to introduce bail reforms this week

OTTAWA — Justice Minister David Lametti and the federal government are expected to bring forward legislation to enact bail reform as early as Tuesday.
Watch: Seagull causes havoc inside a Vancouver family's apartment

Watch: Seagull causes havoc inside a Vancouver family's apartment

Yes, it pooped everywhere.
Dino makers: Victoria company brings dinosaurs bones to life

Dino makers: Victoria company brings dinosaurs bones to life

Dino Lab is one of only a handful of companies in North America that do the painstakingly work of separating dinosaur bones from rock, creating the missing pieces using 3-D printers and delivering full-size, mounted skeletons
Election series part 2: Clarifying common misconceptions about government roles and responsibilities

Election series part 2: Clarifying common misconceptions about government roles and responsibilities

Political science professor provides historical insight and Coles Notes breakdown of key difference between provincial and federal jurisdictions
Calgary police identify human remains found in Banff National Park

Calgary police identify human remains found in Banff National Park

Calgary police have confirmed that the human remains found in Banff National Park last week belong to a Chestermere woman reported missing nearly three years ago.
Alberta New Democrats say they would restore aerial wildfire-fighting teams

Alberta New Democrats say they would restore aerial wildfire-fighting teams

CALGARY — Alberta's New Democrats say they'd bring back a program of elite aerial wildfire fighters cancelled by the United Conservative government.
Global, economic security top priorities as Trudeau heads to South Korea, G7 summit

Global, economic security top priorities as Trudeau heads to South Korea, G7 summit

OTTAWA — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is set to leave Monday for a weeklong trip to Asia, where he will make his first official visit to South Korea and attend the G7 leaders' summit in Japan.
Risk of shock to financial system down, but concerns linger: Bank of Canada survey

Risk of shock to financial system down, but concerns linger: Bank of Canada survey

OTTAWA — Risk management experts believe the likelihood of a shock that could impair the Canadian financial system has decreased since last year, but concern remains around geopolitical tensions, high inflation, unemployment and household debt burden
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