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Could you cut your wardrobe to 33 pieces'
When Erin Polowy was a teenager, she loved fashion and cruising West Edmonton Mall for clothes — and lots of it — from places such as H&M, Urban Outfitters and Aritzia.
But then she enrolled in a four-year degree program in fashion design and technolog
Kobani civilians could be 'massacred' by ISIS: UN envoy
In a dramatic appeal, a UN official warned that hundreds of civilians who remain trapped in the Syrian Kurdish town of Kobani near the border with Turkey were likely to be "massacred" by advancing extremists and called on Ankara to help prevent a catastro
Kim Jong-un doesn't attend North Korea celebrations
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un has been out of sight for over a month and if he does not appear at a key political event early on Friday, speculation will intensify over his health and grip on power in the secretive country.
Mason Raymond hat trick leads Flames past Oilers
It didn't take long for Mason Raymond to make an impact with the Calgary Flames. Raymond recorded his third career hat trick as Calgary spoiled the home opener of their provincial rivals, defeating the Edmonton Oilers 5-2 on Thursday.
Lori Douglas no longer faces allegations of sexual harassment
A senior Manitoba judge whose husband posted nude photographs of her on the Internet without telling her will no longer have to defend herself against sexual harassment allegations as part of a bitter fight to keep her job, The Canadian Press has learned.
6 things to watch on NHL opening night
The NHL opens another season Wednesday night, with a pair of all-Canadian matchups involving longtime rivals, the debuts of goalies Ryan Miller and Jonas Hiller with new teams and the raising of the Stanley Cup banner in Los Angeles.
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