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Sask. respondents favour security over civil liberties
REGINA — Saskatchewan residents are more inclined to support locking up homegrown terrorists and throwing away the key — or tossing them outside the country altogether — than giving federal grants to mosques that work on prevention.
Woman, months-old baby asked to get off OC Transpo bus
An Ottawa woman says she's still waiting for a response from OC Transpo and doesn't plan on riding buses with her baby on cold days in the future after a bus driver asked her to get off a bus with her stroller and two-month-old baby.
P.E.I. chaplain's sacrifice brought to life in drama
A minister on Prince Edward Island is bringing the history of a fellow military chaplain to life through drama. Rev. Tom Hamilton has created a 20-minute monologue about the life and death of World War II chaplain, Padre Alfred Seaman.
How facial recognition technology is creeping into daily life
Calgary police became the first force in Canada to start using facial recognition software this week, but the technology is already in use at some of the world's airports, on social media sites and in some government agencies. And it's growing in populari
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