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Two injured after fall from cliff in Edworthy Park

A woman in her late teens and a man in his early 20s were taken to Foothills hospital in serious condition after falling in the area known as Dead Man's Cliff.

How formerly homeless people are helping those in need — and helping themselves

Ve'ahavta's, a Jewish humanitarian organization, is running meal box program for the homeless that employs people who've experienced poverty themselves.

How artificial intelligence could change Canada's immigration and refugee system

A.I. could speed up decision-making in an immigration system plagued with backlogs. But human rights experts have grave concerns about using A.I. in decisions that can have life-or-death consequences.

'War was her sanctuary': Marie Colvin biopic explores the cost of bearing witness to conflict

The biopic about late journalist Marie Colvin examines her struggle with PTSD and alcoholism. Documentarian and director Matthew Heineman aimed to make the film as authentic as possible.

Isla Fisher on her children's book series and why she prefers writing for kids

You may remember Isla Fisher from movies like Wedding Crashers or Confessions of a Shopaholic, but she's also the author of a series of children's books. She opens up about writing for kids, going to clown school and why she's more than just "Borat's wife."
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Free Fun: What you need to know about the Grey Cup Festival today

With more than 50 events at the Grey Cup Festival in downtown Edmonton, deciding what to do can be overwhelming. So let CBC Edmonton do the heavy lifting for you.

Doctors thought his life was over — his wife had other plans

When her husband, Gerald, suffered a brain hemorrhage, Rose Andrews says doctors told her to take him off life support. Instead, she’s spent the last 20 years (and counting) helping him recover.
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'It's the ultimate Canadian immigrant senior citizen love story'

Jonny gets ballroom dance lessons from a couple with a romantic tale that will make you swoon. It's all part of his visit to Radisson, Saskatchewan — a town experiencing a resurgence. Watch now.
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First-quarter mark: Oilers GM in panic mode after firing head coach Todd McLellan

If you think GM Chiarelli pushed the panic button firing head coach Todd McLellan, you’re right. After all, haven’t the Edmonton Oilers changed the coaching position enough with this being their eight such moves in 11 seasons.
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Truck totalled, horse hurt in Norfolk County collision

Ontario Provincial Police were called to a Norfolk County roadway Monday evening after a crash where a truck ran into a horse, investigators say.
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Regina's only legal pot shop temporarily closed, out of product

Signs on the front window of The Cannabis Co. YQR said the store is temporarily closed due to a product shortage.
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Officers who shot and killed man won't be charged, police watchdog says

Bradley Thomas Clattenburg, 24, died after a confrontation with police in Westphal, N.S., in the early morning hours of May 26.
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B.C.'s ride-hailing restrictions will stall service, critics say

Drivers for services like Uber and Lyft will need to have Class 4 licences to operate in the province, which means they'll have to undergo criminal record checks and medical fitness checks every five years.
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South Korea's Kim Jong-yang named Interpol president

South Korea's Kim Jong-yang has been named the next president of Interpol, edging out a longtime veteran of Russia's security services who was strongly opposed by the United States, Britain and other European countries.
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Genital mutilation charges dismissed in Detroit-area case

A U.S. federal judge has dismissed some charges against eight people — including two doctors — in the genital mutilation of nine girls at a suburban Detroit clinic, finding it's up to states rather than Congress to regulate the practice.
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Power outages and cancellations as another storm hits Nova Scotia

A second November blast of snow in less than a week is causing cancellations, travel delays and power outages in parts of Nova Scotia.
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Effort made to lessen pain for mothers of stillborn babies, John Haggie says

Newfoundland and Labrador's health minister weighed in on concerns expressed by mothers of stillborn babies about sharing an area with newborns and their mothers.
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Kings County man charged with sex offences involving teen

A 39-year-old man from Nova Scotia's Kings County is facing sex charges involving a teenage girl that stem from a number of incidents over the course of years.
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P.E.I. MLAs support motion to ban LGBT conversion therapy

P.E.I. MLAs expressed unanimous support Tuesday night to ban LGBT conversion therapy in the province.
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Alberta First Nations chiefs back federal overhaul of energy project approval laws

Recently all of Alberta’s First Nations voted to back proposed legislation that would overhaul the way energy projects are approved, despite vocal opposition to the bill.

Voters warned of fraudulent text messages promising payment for supporting CAQ

Elections Quebec is warning residents of a possible phishing scam that went out by text message to phones across the province earlier this month.

Victims of domestic violence urged to come forward after attempted murder in Guelph

A recent case where a man was charged with attempted murder has police in Guelph reminding victims of domestic violence to come forward.

Man critically injured after brawl at Pusha T concert

A man is in life-threatening condition after he was stabbed during a Pusha T concert in Toronto, police say. Pusha T and the Toronto rapper Drake have been engaged in a months-long and highly publicized feud.

Talking about race is not racism.

Talking about race is not racism.

Striped bass invasion in southern Labrador appears to be over, DFO says

Thousands of the fish were seen as far north as Cartwright in 2017, and were believed to originate in New Brunswick.