Basketball, swimming and puppets: Calgary YMCA first in Canada to launch arts program

If you’re the type of person who enjoys going for a swim or playing a game of squash, it’s likely that you’ve set foot inside a YMCA

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Canada, allies prepared to ‘impose costs’ on cyberattackers, advisers tell Trudeau – National

Canada will work with allies to strike back at foreign cyberattackers and “impose costs” that make them understand the price of their wrongdoing, advisers

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Making the cut: Team Canada prepares to compete in 2020 World Butchers’ Challenge

Eight Canadians are sharpening their skills before competing in the 2020 World Butchers’ Challenge in Sacramento, California this September. It’s the first time Canada

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More than half of Canadians think 2019 was a bad year for Canada: Ipsos poll – National

According to a new poll, more than half of Canadians think 2019 was a generally bad year for Canada. The poll, which was conducted

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COMMENTARY: UN criticism of Canada misses a big part of the energy development story – National

It might not bode well for Canada’s chances at winning a United Nations Security Council seat if the UN itself believes Canada is guilty

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What Australia’s fires could mean for insurance and real estate in Canada – National

Australia’s devastating fires have already destroyed nearly 1,900 homes, but they’re just one of the many types of hazards facing homeowners. Climate change is

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Edmonton’s Brendan Bottcher loses as Europe takes early lead over Canada at Continental Cup curling – Edmonton

Team Europe won a pair of mixed doubles games Thursday afternoon to take a 4-2 lead on Team Canada at the Continental Cup. The

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Users slam Parks Canada for online campsite reservation glitches

Frustrated would-be campers took to Twitter on Wednesday to complain to Parks Canada that its online booking site crashed, froze or just didn’t work

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U.S. collection of DNA at Canada, Mexico borders ‘hugely problematic’: expert – National

The United States’ decision to pilot a project to collect DNA from people in immigration custody at Canadian and Mexican border crossings is raising

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Pioneering Toronto zoologist recounts career after news of Order of Canada appointment – Toronto

When Toronto-born and raised Dr. Anne Innis Dagg was four years old, her mother took her Brookfield Zoo in Chicago, Ill. It was the

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