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Young students help paint 400 buffalo on Indigenous artist's mural unveiled at Calgary school

Every elementary student at a northeast Calgary school painted a buffalo on a mural unveiled Wednesday — as well as learning more about the creature's powerful symbolism in Indigenous culture from the Blackfoot artist behind the project.

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Beckta owner reacts to Supreme Court beer ruling

Beckta owner Stephen Beckta said he's "disappointed" the Supreme Court of Canada ruled provinces have the right to restrict the importation of alcohol across borders.
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After #MeToo: New film digs into sexual misconduct allegations facing Harvey Weinstein

After #MeToo: New film digs into sexual misconduct allegations facing Harvey Weinstein
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B.C. First Nation says passage of Trans Mountain project through reserve not a done deal

One of the B.C. First Nations identified by Kinder Morgan as having granted consent for the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion to cross through three of its reserve lands says it hasn’t made a final decision on whether it will let the project through.
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How to be normal for 5 goddamn minutes of your life

How to be normal for 5 goddamn minutes of your life
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33 flu-related deaths in N.L. as number of cases jumps

It's not your imagination: It really was a bad year for the flu in Newfoundland and Labrador

Canadian LGBTQ literature is having a moment & this Montreal festival is showcasing that

Canadian LGBTQ literature is having a moment & this Montreal festival is showcasing that
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Montreal bails on ArtsGames, another event vaunted by former mayor Denis Coderre

The City of Montreal is pulling all funding from the ambitious, made-in-Montreal international competition set for this fall, after investing $3.7 million in the inaugural event.
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Too early to talk charges in fatal Humboldt Broncos bus crash, police say

Police in Saskatchewan say it's too early to say whether charges will be laid in the fatal crash involving a semi-truck and the Humboldt Broncos junior hockey team that left 16 people dead.
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Rehab, recovery & the history of 12-step thinking

Rehab, recovery & the history of 12-step thinking
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CN Tower closed for 4th day as ice chunks continue to fall

As Torontonians look forward to milder weather, the CN Tower is still shedding ice that accumulated during last weekend's storm.
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St. George's Chapel: Gothic glory surrounds memorials to monarchs — but their marriages didn't always work out

The Royal Fascinator is your invitation to royal wedding news ahead of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's nuptials.
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North Korea wants guarantee of security in return for 'complete denuclearization'

A closer look at the day's most notable stories with The National's Jonathon Gatehouse.

Here's why fire hydrants come in different colours

Here’s why fire hydrants come in different colours
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Spend a day carving stone in Cape Dorset with this 13-year-old artist

David Pudlat remembers that when he was six or seven years old, he drew a man trying to catch a seal. Somebody told him the drawing was good, and that was what gave him the confidence to pursue art.
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New Calgary Chamber of Commerce president hopes to break through negative noise

Sandip Lalli took over the top chamber job in March, and has since weighed in on several major business issues.
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Wine industry, business groups disappointed by Supreme Court's interprovincial beer ruling

Business groups and free-market advocates are expressing disappointment with Thursday's ruling by the Supreme Court of Canada that dealt a blow to those who want to see interprovincial trade barriers knocked down.

Commodities volatile on $100 US oil talk

Talk that Saudi Arabia has its sights on $80 to $100 US a barrel oil again and of more U.S. sanctions on Russia triggered wild swings in trading of commodities on Thursday.

Milos Raonic withdraws from Monte Carlo Masters

Second-seeded Marin Cilic advanced without hitting a ball after Canadian Milos Raonic pulled out of the Monte Carlo Masters on Thursday with a right knee injury. It was not immediately clear how Raonic injured his knee.

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I think roughhousing makes my kids smarter

I think roughhousing makes my kids smarter
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Patrick Chan discusses retirement with Scott Russell

The Olympic champion looks back on his figure skating career, and ahead to what's next in his journey.

In this jaw-dropping trip around the world, you'll see the Earth like you never imagined

In this jaw-dropping trip around the world, you’ll see the Earth like you never imagined
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Earth: One Amazing Day – An astonishing look at our planet

Over a single day, witness the planet like never before. From the highest mountains to the remotest islands, you’ll see moments in the wild you’ll never forget. Watch now.