The Emeralds are "a Canadian treasure."
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Notley expects Alberta will take between 2,500 and 3,000 refugees.
The last time the number of Alberta EI recipients hit this level was in 2010.
"We are anticipating a very warm welcome for these new residents of Canada."
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Edmonton police Staff Sgt. Bill Clark said at the time he was "appalled'' by the lax standards at the home.
Currently 13 of Alberta's publicly funded school divisions have some form of a policy — none is Catholic.
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"Those that commit such actions do not represent Islam in a similar way that the KKK doesn't represent Christianity."
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McDavid says his recovery is going along as expected.
A sign outside the mosque read "Love for all, hatred for none."
"What are they afraid of?''
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Rob Wells was issued a $543 fine for putting the sign in his car window.
"I am a proud U of A student knowing that our community is doing what we can for displaced Syrian people."
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His parole officer told the board that Clayton's intention when he took the hostages was "suicide by cop.''
Sadly, family violence can be even harder for victims to escape when pets are involved.
Halifax is considering making the donair the city's official food.
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In April 2015 Edmonton city council unanimously passed the Edmonton Community Energy Transition Strategy. Don Iveson supported the plan and he is a big believer in the capacity of local governments to get stuff done on climate change.
Police accuse the man of lifting 11 donation boxes over a one-week period.
They've even co-ordinated their look.
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Wendell (Woody) Cormier, a paranoid schizophrenic homeless man from Toronto, got up to the microphone last Thursday and told the audience bluntly, "If you force a man to stay outside and freeze to death, and then blame the cold; it's like making a man walk the plank and blaming the water for him drowning."
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Michelle Weiss and Roy Rudnick quit their jobs in 2007 and set out on a three-year journey around the world.
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"The league can't do anything about it because they can't prove it," said the broadcaster.
"It made me really happy to be a part of it."
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Suicide rates in Alberta are significantly higher than the national average
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She says tech giants like Apple and Google got their start in garages.
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McDavid left the ice favouring his left shoulder.
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"Who skate like a champ? Connor McDavid."
The seven-year RCMP veteran was dragged for about 100 metres.
Bhardwaj denied the allegations and temporarily stepped down.
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Since 1988, five service dogs have been killed in the line of duty.
Both premiers are hoping for a renewed push for the pipeline.
Notley will be in Calgary to discuss construction of a new cancer centre.