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Coal exploration around Alberta parks raises questions about future recreation

Coal exploration around Alberta parks raises questions about future recreation

Research published this week identified the region being explored for coal mining as one of Canada's environmental "hot spots"
Goodale rejects Iran's offer to compensate Canadian victims of downed Ukraine plane

Goodale rejects Iran's offer to compensate Canadian victims of downed Ukraine plane

Goodale was appointed last March to lead Canada's response to the Jan. 8, 2020 shooting down of Ukraine International Airlines Flight 752 by Iran's Revolutionary Guard that killed all 176 people on board.
'Out of this mess:' A look at some of the lives lost in the downing of Flight PS752

'Out of this mess:' A look at some of the lives lost in the downing of Flight PS752

There were at least 55 Canadians on board and more than 100 passengers had ties to Canada.
Alberta premier working in politically toxic 'Sky Palace' due to legislature renos

Alberta premier working in politically toxic 'Sky Palace' due to legislature renos

Christine Myatt, the premier’s spokeswoman, says the temporary move to the Federal Building is the best and safest solution and was announced in August.
TC Energy invites bids for Keystone pipeline space as plans advance for Keystone XL

TC Energy invites bids for Keystone pipeline space as plans advance for Keystone XL

The launch of the "open season" to seek binding commitments is being made despite a campaign promise made last spring by incoming U.S. president Joe Biden to rip up Keystone XL's vital presidential permit. He's expected to take office on Jan. 20.
Insurrection marks moment of reckoning for Republicans

Insurrection marks moment of reckoning for Republicans

The party, which has been defined over the past four years by its loyalty to Trump, began recalibrating in the aftermath of Wednesday’s chaos.
Experts: Capitol riot product of years of hateful rhetoric

Experts: Capitol riot product of years of hateful rhetoric

COLLEGE PARK, Md. — The storming of the U.S.
Amid Capitol violence, Facebook, Twitter remove Trump video

Amid Capitol violence, Facebook, Twitter remove Trump video

Facebook and Twitter removed a short video by President Donald Trump in which he urged supporters who stormed the U.S. Capitol Wednesday to “go home” while also repeating false accusations about the integrity of the presidential election.
Protesters swarm Statehouses across US; some evacuated

Protesters swarm Statehouses across US; some evacuated

SANTA FE, N.M. — Protesters backing President Donald Trump massed outside statehouses from Georgia to New Mexico on Wednesday, leading some officials to evacuate while cheers rang out at several demonstrations as a pro-Trump mob stormed the U.S.
Small businesses feeling the pinch of credit-card fees as e-commerce ramps up

Small businesses feeling the pinch of credit-card fees as e-commerce ramps up

OTTAWA — Industry groups say small businesses are being hammered by high credit-card fees on online purchases as the shift toward e-commerce continues. Visa and MasterCard reduced the fees they collect from businesses to an average annual rate of 1.