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No winning ticket for Saturday night's $22 million Lotto 649 jackpotTORONTO — No winning ticket was sold for the $22 million jackpot in Saturday night's Lotto 649 draw.


Edmonton Dragon Boat Festival churns up lake in Leduc

Edmonton Dragon Boat Festival churns up lake in LeducWith paddles gripped and heads down with determination, hundreds of adults geared up for the 22nd annual Edmonton Dragon Boat Festival despite environmental challenges this year. The festival is usually steered out of the Louise McKinney Riverfront Park, but this year moved to Telford Lake in Leduc because of the LRT construction across the North Saskatchewan River. The day at the races began slow, with races postponed after Environment Canada set Edmonton's air quality index at level 10, the highest risk to health.


Albertans young and old celebrate 111th-annual country fair

Albertans young and old celebrate 111th-annual country fairFor 111 years, generations of Alberta families have celebrated western heritage at the Priddis and Millarville Fair. The country fair has 1,200 categories, and entrants can compete on everything from whose rooster can crow the loudest, to who has grown the most crooked carrot. Patty Webb first entered to show her dad's dairy cows when she was eight-years-old.


Toronto man charged with assault in alleged attack on newspaper photographer

Toronto man charged with assault in alleged attack on newspaper photographerPolice in Toronto have made an arrest in an alleged assault on a newspaper photographer in the city's downtown. It happened last Saturday during competing rallies at Nathan Phillips Square, a major public plaza in front of Toronto City Hall. Toronto Sun photographer Stan Behal says one protester lunged at him and hit him in the head.


Employee injured in explosion at Grande Prairie salvage yard

Employee injured in explosion at Grande Prairie salvage yardA worker at a salvage yard in Grande Prairie was taken to hospital Saturday morning after a propane tank exploded at the site in the city's north end, RCMP said in a release. The employee was taken to Grande Prairie hospital with non-life-threatening injuries after police received a call just before 11 a.m., Cpl. Shawn Graham said.


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