Vancouver hip hop artist and high school choir make sweet music together

A Vancouver hip-hop artist recently joined forces with a local high school choir. The result is a culturally diverse music video about self empowerment. Hip-hop

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Power, cell service lost as ‘Level 6’ wildfire burns out of control in High Level

Residents in northern Alberta are being told to expect to be out of their homes for at least 72 hours after several areas, including

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Wildfire evacuees from High Level begin arriving at Slave Lake reception centre

People forced to leave the High Level area because of a wildfire began arriving at a reception centre in Slave Lake on Monday night.

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Unravelling high rates of white-collar crime in the Okanagan

Sticky Fingers: Fraud in the Okanagan is a series that looks at  white-collar crime in B.C.’s Southern Interior. It’s produced by Chris Walker and

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Edmonton high school film shines spotlight on GSA challenges

A group of high school students are struggling to form a gay-straight alliance (GSA) amid resistance from their principal — at least, that’s what the

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How high on the income ladder do you need to be to afford a home in Canada? – National

No one but those perched atop the income ladder can afford to buy a home in Toronto and Vancouver, a new study confirms. For

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WestJet appeals to high court over former flight attendant’s anti-harassment legal action

WestJet Airlines Ltd. is going to the Supreme Court of Canada in an attempt to have a proposed class-action lawsuit launched by a former

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Electric Universe Theories explained by genius Plasma Dave

If you still don’t believe in the Electric universe, watch this video on Sprites: https://youtu.be/da5rV5kREzE Plasma Dave Returns ! Follow Plasma Dave on his

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Under tariff-heavy Trump admin, U.S. trade deficit hits 10-year high – National

WASHINGTON – The U.S. trade deficit surged to a 10-year high in 2018, with the politically sensitive shortfall with China hitting a record peak,

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New high school for Tsuut’ina Nation will have strong focus on culture and curriculum

Construction is starting on a new high school for the Tsuut’ina Nation, west of Calgary, Alta. The new 43,000-square-foot school is the latest in a

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