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I will celebrate Canada 150 in my own way, recognizing the struggles and steps forward of the past 150 years.
Seven people have fallen ill.
All her dad ever wanted was to stay in a beautiful hotel at Lake Louise.
The message was accidentally sent to the wrong person.
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Gasoline was used to light the flagpole on fire.
The Saskatchewan teen comes from Hodgeville, population 150.
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The big cat was put down with a single shot.
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"Just another tangible example...of the blatant racism that we continue to experience."
Calgary Humane Society
The university argues that a loud, unruly, physically disruptive mob should be entitled to shut down campus events, as long as the mob is non-violent.
"This was truly a cowardly act."
It's time for serious introspection among those who watched, liked and retweeted images of women which were captured and shared without their consent.
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It could be two days before power is restored to some residents.
It is among the most exposed industries, says think-tank.
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Passersby credited with saving survivors.
Officer used flashlight to signal train.
Victims suffered serious injuries.
Adam Braidwood described Tim Hague as a "kind-hearted warrior."
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"Either way you get your activity in for the day, I guess."
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The Human Rights Watch report documents allegations of police abuse.
"It's been very hard. It's not easy to rebuild from something that was that devastating."
"It is with incredible sadness, sorrow and heartbreak to report that Tim has passed away today."
A public tip led to the arrest.
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The man told police he said a "little prayer" for the toddler when he killed her.
And it's all going to help fill hungry bellies.
James Robert Williamson was charged with voyeurism and publication of voyeuristic recordings.
A police interview with Derek Saretzky from 2015 was played in court.
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The teen told his case worker at a youth custody facility that he got "an extreme scary rush after pulling the trigger.''
One was airlifted to hospital in Saskatoon.
Police are investigating.
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Jurors were also shown picture inside the courthouse.
It was John Oldring's second attempt.