Annie Sama speaks Pride and new single BAE

Local artist Annie Sama hopes to empower the crowd at Pride with her new summer anthem ‘BAE.’ Global’s Andrea Howick speaks to the singer

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PM Justin Trudeau speaks in B.C.

News·Live Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is in Vancouver today to make an announcement with Fisheries Minister Jonathan Wilkinson at the Kitsilano Canadian Coast Guard

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Saskatchewan family speaks out after former RCMP officer allegedly steals from fundraiser

A family from Assiniboia says they feel cheated after a former RCMP officer, who they said they thought they could trust, took advantage of

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R. Kelly accuser speaks after alleging singer had sex with her in Detroit when she was 13 years old – National

R. Kelly had “no right to take advantage of me when I was only a 13-year-old child,” said a now-30-year-old woman who alleges that

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Barack Obama speaks to Calgarians

The 44th president of the United States is speaking at noon today at the Scotiabank Saddledome in Calgary. Former U.S. president Barack Obama, a Democrat, served two

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Elrose, Sask. woman speaks out on animals seized from her home

Animal Protection Services of Saskatchewan say they have taken more than 100 distressed cats, dogs and a turtle from a home in Elrose. Ryan

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Mother of teenage boy killed in Vaughan crash speaks out

Daniel Zeno was one of five teens in a car that crashed in a rural area of Vaughan. On Wednesday, the teen succumbed to

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Jason Kenney speaks at Energy Relaunch conference in Calgary

Watch live throughout the day as New West Public Affairs, a conservative communications firm, hosts a conference on the future of energy in Canada

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‘It’s so senseless’: Family of Chilliwack murder victim speaks out

Darren Head is struggling to understand how and why his nephew, 27-year-old Kyle Cromarty, was gunned down in Chilliwack. “His friends and family are

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PQ leader speaks out against plan to replace French road signs with pictograms – Montreal

Allowing pictograms to replace French wording on road signs would be a no-go under a Parti Québécois government, leader Jean-François Lisée said Thursday. Lisée said his government

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