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A new library is opening soon, but there's a twist. It's a tool library, the first in our city.

In tonight's On Your Street, Dez Melenka takes us inside.

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New tool library opening soon

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today at 03:30. Facebook
Edmonton is a lot brighter, as the lights were turned on at Candy Cane Lane Friday. It's a holiday tradition for many Edmontonians, and a much needed fundraiser for the Food Bank.

CTV's Graham Neil reports:

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Candy Cane Lane lights up

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today at 02:17. Facebook
A camera mounted in a police cruiser captured this incredible video near Athabasca. It shows a quick thinking RCMP Officer and a Good Samaritan save a life in dramatic fashion.

CTV's Jeremy Thompson reports:

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Video shows Good Samaritan, RCMP officer saving man after overdose

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yesterday at 23:45. Facebook
Wayne Gretzky understands, perhaps better than anyone, the frustration Connor McDavid felt Thursday night when he sparred with Philadelphia Flyers defenceman Brandon Manning.

McDavid and Manning jostled all night long in an eventual 6-5 Oilers loss, the Edmonton captain angrily denouncing the tactics of his opponent after the game.

Gretzky defends McDavid's fiery outburst; says Manning targeting come with superstar territory

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yesterday at 23:26. Facebook
Some difficult decisions were made during budget deliberations at Edmonton City Council Friday. With $9M worth of poverty projects before them, according to Councillor Bryan Anderson, they were forced to "pick and choose."

When it came to funding End Poverty Edmonton, an initiative that aims to develop a concrete, long term plan to end poverty in Edmonton within a generation, Councillor Scott...
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yesterday at 22:52. Facebook
Friday morning was a busy one for Garth Brooks fans in the capital region, as tickets for his February, 2017 shows went on sale, and were snapped up within minutes.

If you tried to get tickets but couldn't, It looks like more could be added Monday

Tickets for five Garth Brooks shows sold fast, but ‘special announcement’ coming

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yesterday at 21:45. Facebook
A White House official says the president has ordered a review of the email hacking that rattled the presidential campaign.

Obama orders review of election hacking

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CTV Edmonton
yesterday at 20:45. Facebook
A Nova Scotia man who says he pulled a dead mouse from a cup of Tim Hortons coffee is asking for an apology from the restaurant chain.

No more Tims for man who says mouse found in cup

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yesterday at 19:45. Facebook
Seven penguins were found dead inside a temporary enclosure at the Calgary Zoo on Thursday morning, and zoo officials say it appears the birds may have panicked.

Seven drowned penguins at Calgary Zoo may have 'panicked,' official says

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yesterday at 18:45. Facebook
Losing two of Canada's wartime prime ministers from the country's $50 and $100 bills won't be a step backwards for a country that has plenty to learn about itself, a pair of leading history buffs say.

Historians shrug as two prime ministers erased from Canadian banknotes

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yesterday at 17:42. Facebook
A day-long meeting of first ministers on finalizing a pan-Canadian climate plan is off to a fractious start with Saskatchewan Premier Brad Wall flatly asserting he won't be signing any agreement today on a national carbon price.

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yesterday at 14:55. Facebook
In sad, bewildering news: 7 penguins were found dead at the Calgary Zoo. They appear to have drowned.
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yesterday at 14:22. Facebook
There are calls for the Human Services Minister to resign over the handling of a case that involved a 4-year-old girl who was physically and sexually abused and ended up dying in provincial care.
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yesterday at 14:09. Facebook
COLD WEEKEND AHEAD - DEC 10

Wind chills in the -40s in NE Alberta have prompted Environment Canada to issue Extreme Cold Warnings for the Fort McMurray region.
At -40 or colder, frostbite is possible in as little as 5-10 minutes of exposure.
Across much of the rest of Alberta...wind is either light, or the wind chill is in the mid -30s.
However, even a -30 to -40 wind chill can produce...
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yesterday at 03:00. Facebook
For more than a decade, "B's Diner" off Whyte Avenue was known as the place anyone could get a meal. The doors to that eatery may be closed now, but the owner continues feeding families in need.

In tonight's On Your Street, Dez Melenka shows us how you can keep Brenda Der's annual Christmas Dinner going.

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Christmas Dinner at B’s Diner

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yesterday at 02:45. Facebook
Severe weather almost stopped the curtain from rising on a holiday tradition for a lot of Edmontonians.

But as CTV's Graham Neil tells us, some fancy footwork means The Nutcracker will open tonight as scheduled.

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Nutcracker opening at the Jubilee

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yesterday at 01:32. Facebook
Up until recently, Dalwinder Singh Dahele or 'Dal' used to sell used cars in Edmonton, but he also had another job, Dal was an officer with the Edmonton Police Service.

Former EPS officer who also sold used cars, under investigation by AMVIC

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yesterday at 01:05. Facebook
For years, cancer-causing products such as cigarettes have come with warning labels, but consumers at a Calgary-area hardware store were left scratching their heads when they picked up a home décor product and found a label warning of its possible health risks.

'So many questions': Shopper puzzled by snow globe 'May cause cancer!' warning

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yesterday at 00:05. Facebook
Amid social, political and environmental tumult around the world, the Pantone Color Institute on Thursday plucked fresh and zesty "greenery" as the colour of the year for 2017.

Pantone Color Institute's colour of the year is 'greenery'

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12/08/2016 at 23:30. Facebook
It was announced Thursday that Viola Desmond, often described as Canada's Rosa Parks would be the first Canadian woman to grace our country's currency. If her name doesn't ring a bell it's because she is not included in the Alberta curriculum. We asked some Edmontonians if they knew of the historic trailblazer. Watch the full story here: [ Ctvnews.ca Link ]