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Nalysnyky is a tiny Ukrainian crepe that's easy to eat. But pronouncing them is a different story for “Like A Tourist” host Emily Anonuevo.
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Calgary Pride is urging the police service to take diversity training.
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Feds have pledged to end drinking water advisories on all reserves.
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"As a community, we are devastated," a community group said.
"Women’s reproductive options should not be determined by their income or where they live."
"I was elected as a Progressive Conservative member."
The community is "heartbroken."
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What to do, eat and see in Alberta's capital.
"What a day for Albertans!"
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"It had nothing to do with the trail system or with mountain biking at all."
Moving the guests out will give crews better access to the wildfire.
An aerial view of Calgary seen from a plane on July 18, 2017 reveals a city cloaked in thick smoke. It comes from at least 20 wildfires burning in neighbouring British Columbia. Credit: Instagram/_japinder via Storyful
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Yu Chieh Liao is wanted on a Canada-wide warrant for fraud.
California communities argue these companies are partly responsible for damage from climate change.
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The new reptile is closely related to the velociraptor.
She then plugged a fundraising campaign by The Rebel.
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The official cause of death was hyperthermia.
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Still open: the gondola and Upper Village.
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Two-month-old Justin-Trudeau Adam Bilal is the son of Syrian refugees.
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Over 700 documents were lost in the blaze.
"Oh my God, I was this close to a million dollars... one bad call cost me.''
"He was gagging and couldn't swallow his saliva."
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Three people were found dead in Hanock Afowerk's burned-out car on Monday.
Rising inequality may be a byproduct of big cities' economic success, says a new report.
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Heavy rain in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, triggered flash flooding on Monday, July 10. The storm, which included hail, caused damage and knocked out power, according to a news report.This video shows people navigating the floodwater in a canoe. Credit: Twitter/Melody Lynch via Storyful
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CUPE president accuses Gregg Saretsky of trying to "intimidate" workers.
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Ralph Goodale said the feds had virtually no chance of winning.
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Do you seriously think, Conservatives, that he'd leave out Alberta on purpose?
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To the public decision-makers who may not have gotten the message: Albertan oil sands development is profitable for Quebec, and Quebecers want Albertan oil.
New poll suggests 71 per cent of Canadians disagree with the decision.