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"It was just a feeling that I had, that this was right. This was something I was supposed to do."

Edmonton air traffic controller wants more women to get their wings

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Compared to December 2015, Alberta's sales were up 1.8 per cent.

Alberta retail sales rise for 5th straight month in December

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You've heard of backyard rinks, but what about backyard luges?

'Not as scary as it looks': This backyard luge track is 150 metres long with 13 turns

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The deadline to clear the Dakota Access pipeline site has now passed.

Police begin arresting last protesters at Standing Rock

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Canadians born in 2030 will live four years longer than the previous generation, according to this U.K. study.

Why life expectancy in Canada, other countries is reaching 'breathtaking' levels

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The study also found that people using proton pump inhibitors had, on average, a 20 per cent increase in developing chronic kidney disease compared with those taking H2 blockers such as Zantac or Pepcid.

'It's a silent disease': Popular heartburn drugs linked to kidney damage

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It may seem bizarre to put the words “Mennonites” and “Drugs” in the same sentence, but for years some members of the God-fearing religious community has been smuggling narcotics from Mexico into the United States and Canada.

Bob McKeown investigates the strange and sinister dealings of The Mennonite Connection Friday at 9 PM on CBC Television.
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"I grew up with a mom from the Blood Reserve and my dad's actually African American, from Los Angeles. So navigating that growing up was a very unique experience."

Meet the Blood Tribe member who's the first Indigenous president of Harvard's legal aid program

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91 per cent versus 47 per cent: Why these 2 small towns in southern Alberta have vastly different vaccination rates.

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"What we're seeing today and and the last couple meetings, frankly, is exactly what we were worried about," said Wildrose MLA Jason Nixon.

Lack of candour from child intervention staff worries MLAs on panel

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This space-age looking anti-gravity treadmill is making a big difference for some patients at the U of A.

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When she first saw Samson the 6½-pound Bichon Frise-Pomeranian being attacked, Samson's owner originally mistook the eagle for a lynx or other large cat.

'My husband was hitting to kill': Dog survives eagle attack

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"He needs to acknowledge that he killed my parents before any sort of parole or release from prison would be contemplated."

McCann family 'shocked' to hear killer soon eligible to apply for unescorted absences

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"We have parts of rocks and ice just floating around out there ... we're always dodging bullets."

'Shooting gallery': The truth about last week's big asteroid hoax

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Two non-Muslim women in Fort McMurray are wearing hijabs every day for a month in an act of solidarity.

"To us, these are women choosing to walk in our shoes, or in this case our hijab. It is so appreciated. It is sisterhood at its best."

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"First Nations must be engaged as equal partners and nations in this important work."

Trudeau announces review of laws related to Indigenous peoples

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Those showing symptoms — which include low-level fever, headache and swollen facial glands — should be isolated for five days.

6 cases of mumps reported in Medicine Hat, more expected

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