Dozens of artists participate in Calgary art show

A new show has opened at the Calgary’s Leighton Art Centre and the theme is aimed at helping to support artists with disabilities in

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Couple finds out they’re living with thousands of bees after fresh honey drips down their walls

A Pennsylvania couple didn’t know they had house guests until lines of fresh honey started dripping down the walls of their home’s mudroom. Andrea

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Canadian Black Chamber of Commerce requests $165M from feds to support business hurt by COVID-19

TORONTO — The Canadian Black Chamber of Commerce is calling on the federal government to provide financial support for Black business owners affected by

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New York governor signs police accountability legislation

ALBANY, N.Y. — New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo signed into law on Friday a sweeping package of police accountability measures that received new backing

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One injured at anti-racism rally at Olympic Plaza

CALGARY — One person was injured at an anti-racism protest early Wednesday evening at Olympic Plaza. According to social media reports from the Calgary

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COVID-19: Here’s the plan Saskatoon city council approved to tackle a deficit that ‘will be felt into 2021 and beyond’

SASKATOON — Saskatoon city council has taken steps to reduce a projected deficit by $9.5 million in 2020, and the city says it doesn’t

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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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Oil jumps, but not high enough to alter grim landscape

Oil rebounded Thursday after Donald Trump forecast an agreement between Saudi Arabia and Russia, whose feud has sent the price of oil nosediving. Source

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Canada watching 70 cruise ships still sailing with 4,000 Canadians on board

OTTAWA — The federal government is trying to keep tabs on as many as 4,000 Canadians still on board cruise ships sailing around the

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Ottawa calling for calm after Quebec premier says Mohawk protesters have AK-47s

MONTREAL — Ottawa is calling for politicians at all levels of government to show more restraint when it comes to commenting on the railway

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