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"She was very loving, very nurturing."
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He says a memorial should be built for the three who died that day.
"But I know Ryder and Radek are looking down at us."
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A parliamentary committee is reviewing the Criminal Code.
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It will be bigger than 16 football fields.
He wants the city to consider pronunciation and spelling when deciding what to name neighbourhoods, roads or parks.
He was checking the engines in Wainwright, Alta.
"Our loss is huge. Our pain is everlasting."
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It's an gesture to help Muslim women feel safe in their community.
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He told the women, "This is for you."
The change is stark and dramatic in a city whose downtown core has struggled for vitality. Those fortunes changed on September 8 - when Edmonton's sensational $480-million arena opened - and the newfound wealth of customers, foot traffic and enthusiasm only appears to be beginning.