Flashback: Remember When Obama Wanted NASA To Make Muslims ‘Feel Good’?

President Donald Trump generated plenty of excitement (and, as with everything he does, criticism) with his announcement that he was directing the Department of

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Barbecue starts fire at northeast Edmonton house

EDMONTON — Firefighters were called after a barbecue caught fire on a porch. Officials say the barbecue was warming up around 4:30 on Sunday

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8-year-old, 2 adults injured in crash near Prince Albert

PRINCE ALBERT — Three people, including an eight-year-old boy, were taken to hospital after a two vehicle collision southeast of Prince Albert, according to

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What happened to the big cats of ‘Tiger King’?

With their sanctuary closed to visitors, the most excitement four male tigers got on a chilly but sunny April afternoon was the shattering sound

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Loved ones of inmates worry COVID-19 will ‘spread like wildfire’ in the prison system

TORONTO — The spouses of two inmates at a Toronto-area prison are hoping the federal government will allow for the early release of non-violent

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Sudbury hospice expansion fundraiser sees success

Sudbury’s Maison McCulloch Hospice says the community really stepped up to help meet its goal for expansion. Watch Alana Everson’s report. Source link https://www.ctvnews.ca/polopoly_fs/1.4839264.1583365549!/httpImage/image.jpg_gen/derivatives/landscape_300/image.jpg

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Historian says Canada uses police force to ‘protect the economy’ instead of dealing with Indigenous concerns

TORONTO — In the wake of Ontario Provincial Police moving in to arrest Mohawk protesters at a railway near Belleville, Ont., Monday morning, a

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Einarson tops McCarville 8-7 to remain unbeaten at Scotties Tournament of Hearts

MOOSE JAW, SASK — Manitoba’s Kerri Einarson defeated Northern Ontario’s Krista McCarville 8-7 on Monday morning to remain unbeaten at the Scotties Tournament of

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Newfoundlanders, hunkered down in blistering winter storm, stockpile their #stormchips

TORONTO — When you’re about to be buried in two-and-a-half feet of snow, what’s the one food item you want to stock up on?

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Unsolved murders in London, Ont. stretch back decades; may be the work of serial killers

LONDON, ONT. — There is only one family photo of Jackie English. The 15-year-old girl lived in a time before every moment was captured

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