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November 30, 2014: The Interviews

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Daybreak Alberta host Chris dela Torre spoke with Calgary-based author, Garry Ryan. His latest book, Glycerine, is the seventh-installment in Ryan's award-winning A Detective Lane Mystery series. It imagines an act of terrorism in Calgary involving environmental extremists, the oil & gas industry, and a growing anti-Muslim sentiment in Alberta.

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CBC reporter Devin Heroux joined us live from Vancouver to gear us up for the 2014 Grey Cup. The Calgary Stampeders are heavily favoured to win over the Hamilton Tiger Cats at BC Place this Sunday.

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Daybreak's Nola Keeler checked out the Royal Bison Art + Craft Fair in Edmonton. The event will be extended over two weekends this year to accomodate more works from artists across the province and B.C.

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Microbiologist Jason Tetro brings us the science behind hangovers, just in time for holiday party season.

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