November 30, 2015
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Climate Change Is A Human Rights Issue

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It has become clear that climate change will disproportionately impact the world's most vulnerable because they are heavily dependent on resources that will be affected by climatic change. Whether by virtue of socio-economic status, conflict, gender or geography, certain groups are more liable than others to be negatively impacted by climate change, which directly implicates the question of human rights. How will this differentially influence people's lives, living conditions and livelihoods, and who are the most vulnerable?

Notley Says There Are Many Ways For Success At Paris Summit


This Canadian Is Worth $9 Billion Thanks To Uber (No, He's Not A Driver)

Inuit Group Calls On Edmonton's CFL Team To Change Its Name

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Old Guys Fighting, And Other Insane Moments In CFL History


Rich Albertans Snapping Up Posh B.C. Vacation Homes


First Nations To Have More Say With Alberta's New Climate Policy

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Calgary Researcher Uncovers Climate Data Through Old Ships' Logs

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NDP Director To Become Rachel Notley's Deputy Chief Of Staff

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Calgary School Board Pauses All Trips Over Terrorism Fears

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Connor McDavid Is As Fast At Healing As He Is On The Ice

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Boyfriend Charged In What Was First Thought To Be Calgary Suicide

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Calgary MLA Manmeet Bhullar's Memorial Service To Be Held Sunday

Alberta Boy Over The Moon After Meeting Buzz Aldrin

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Saskatoon Health Region Announces Major Layoffs Before Christmas

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Alberta Bill Will Give Government More Say In Teacher Contracts

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Bobcats Take Over Calgary Family's Backyard For Playtime

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Don't Tell Alberta Ranchers Climate Change Isn't Real

Ed Struzik

Calgary Man's Truck Stolen Twice, Crashed Twice. In One Morning.

24,000 Join Facebook Group Protesting Alberta Farm Safety Bill

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Babysitter Who Placed Ads On Kijiji Charged For Child Porn

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Edmonton Oiler Donates $10,000 To Syrian Refugee Fund

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Toxic Coal Ash Spill In Banff Caused By Fractured Train Track


Derek Saretzky Is Fit To Stand Trial: RCMP

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Drake's Got Nothing On These Slick Prairie Cops

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Want A Raise? These Are The Industries With The Biggest Wage Gains

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Environmental Responsibility Key To Energy Development: Minister

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Industry President Warns Alberta Coal Phase Out Will Hurt Towns

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Climate Change Means Rocky Patches Ahead On Canadian Ski Hills

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Alberta's Carbon Tax Might Be A Major Blow To Cities, Too


Alberta Legislature Shares Stories Of Manmeet Bhullar

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Opposing Sides Hashed Out Alberta Climate Plan Roots Over Dinner

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Sharing That Photo Without Consent Is A Bad Idea: Edmonton Police

Sexual Assault Voices of Edmonton

Alberta Commits $1.2 Million To Refugees, Asks For $5 Million More

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Calgary Class Teaches Muslim Women Self-Defence

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Calgary's Lavish Corporate Christmas Parties Are On The Way Out

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Shocking Fentanyl Warnings Hit B.C. Nightclubs

Vancouver Coastal Health

Saskatoon 911 Operators Reprimanded For Mishandling Call In Fatal Crash


New Alberta Program Will Focus On Energy Efficiency

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These Canadian Businesses Are Going Above And Beyond To Help Refugees


Empty Wine Boxes Turn Into 'Advent Calendar' For Those In Need

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Notley Says Carbon Tax Revenue Will Only Go To Green Projects

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Alberta MLA's Highway Death Hits Close To Home: Politicians

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Calgarians Welcome Syrian Refugees To Canada

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RCMP Warns Drivers About All That 'Ice, Ice, Baby'

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David Suzuki's Comparison Of Oilsands To Slavery Raises Eyebrows


Tim Uppal Mourns 'Brother, Best Friend, Hero'

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