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Parents suspicious of curriculum consultation
It didn’t take long for some Red Deer parents to express their distrust of the province’s plan to gather input on how to update school curriculum. Tuesday morning a curriculum survey was announced and by evening Education Minister David Eggen faced concer
Justin pot' Meet Trudeau kettle | Toronto Sun
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, centre, gestures as he attends a campaign event for Liberal party byelection candidate Stan Sakamoto in Medicine Hat, Alta., Thursday, Oct. 13, 2016.(THE CANADIAN PRESS/Jeff McIntosh)
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Ottawa to roll out new rules to cut Canadian carbon emissions
The new measures will include making new and old buildings and houses more energy efficient, Ms. McKenna told CTV’s Question Period on Sunday. The regulations will come on top of a national carbon tax unveiled by Prime Minister Justin Trudeau last week.
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
GOP attacks Clinton over 'basket of deplorables' comment
Hillary Clinton verbally banished half of Donald Trump's backers to a 'basket of deplorables,' and the Republican presidential nominee quickly pounced, saying Saturday she had smeared many Americans and would pay a heavy political price.
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