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ISIS battle in Dabiq
US SPECIAL forces are encircling a jihadi stronghold in Syria claimed by ISIS to be in old Islamic prophecy as the site of the final battle - triggering the apocalypse.
Train crashes at New Jersey station; 1 dead, 74 hospitalized
HOBOKEN, N.J. (AP) — A crowded rush-hour commuter train crashed through a barrier at the busy Hoboken station and lurched across the waiting area Thursday morning, killing one person and injuring more than 100 others in a tangle of broken concrete, twiste
Reality of Right to Know Week in Alberta is grim
Freedom of information is one of the few effective tools in our democracy that allows opposition parties, advocacy groups, journalists, and others to hold those in authority to account. But in Alberta, the right to know is being eroded, even under a new g
Bad campers handed huge fines | Alberta
CANMORE — Thousands of dollars in national park fines were handed out to 12 people who pleaded guilty in a Canmore court Wednesday — including several cases directly related to the troubled Bow Valley wolf pack in Banff National Park.
Tim Tebow hit a home run in his first professional at-bat
New York Mets outfielder Tim Tebow’s baseball career has barely even begun and he’s already a legend. The former quarterback turned outfielder hit a home run on the first pitch he saw as a professional baseball player. The blast came during Tebow’s firs
Family suing Peel police for $12 million
Two years after Jermaine Carby was fatally shot by police following a traffic stop, his family has filed a $12 million lawsuit alleging racial profiling by the Peel officers involved.
Turban tying event creates buzz at University of Alberta
Organizers of a special turban tying event at the University of Alberta say it was a huge success, with over one hundred people showing up to experience what it's like to wear a turban. The event was in response to a racist poster discovered in Edmonton l
Canada to regulate vaping products
The Liberal government says it will introduce legislation this fall to regulate vaping. Health Canada says the move will balance the need to protect young people from nicotine addiction while allowing adult smokers to legally buy vaping products.
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