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Edmonton police issue Amber Alert for 8, Boy, abducted with his mother

Noah Ducharme

Edmonton police issued an Amber Alert late Friday for a boy they say was abducted earlier in the day by his mum.

Share the land: Guess Who frontman Burton Cummings tells Moose Jaw Dancing studio to turn down the music

Burton Cummings

Burton Cummings was able to play with a number of the loudest rock in Canada, but now he’s trying to obtain a Arabian dance studio in Saskatchewan to turn down its songs.

‘Merely asking for a safe future’: Thousands of B.C. students protest political inaction on climate change

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Thousands walked out of class Friday afternoon to connect protests in front of the Art Gallery in downtown Vancouver and out of the provincial legislature in Victoria.

Imperial Oil slows Growth of Aspen project, Mentioning Alberta production cuts

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Imperial Oil Ltd. has significantly slowed the evolution of a $2.6-billion oilsands job due to uncertainty due to the Alberta government’s petroleum production curtailment system and additional obstacles.

Kevin Vickers, retired sergeant-at-arms, Repeats Hierarchical Direction

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Name recognition of the former Canadian ambassador to Ireland and House of Commons sergeant-at-arms vaults him into the front-runner place.

UN team devastated by deaths of 4 young environmentalists killed in Ethiopian Airlines crash

UN team

A group of four young Canadians hoping to modify the world were one of those killed in the Ethiopian Airlines crash on the weekend, so leaving a”deep hole” in their United Nations group.

Over 11 Percent of Vancouver condos have a non-resident Proprietor, States Fresh CMHC report

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A fresh CMHC report states non-residents — described as someone who doesn’t have their principal home in Canada — likewise want to own newer, more expensive possessions.

‘We haven’t found Any Type of pest’:” Canada presses China over contaminated canola claims

Marie-Claude Bibeau

Canada’s recently appointed agriculture minister says the national government is pressing China to offer confirmation of its own claims that Canadian canola exports have been contaminated with harmful organisms.

Here are your Photographs of epic snowbanks across Quebec

Ann Kelly

CBC’s Breakaway requested its listeners for photographs of snow banks and those are the results.

Man shot nail gun reaches human rights Reimbursement by former employer

Nhlanhla Dlamini

A Nova Scotia man who stated he was assaulted by a nail gun and harassed on the job because he is shameful has reached a settlement with his former employer.

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