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Community rallies for staff who lost everything in Lake Louise blaze

Community rallies for staff who lost everything in Lake Louise blaze

“My niece just moved in and was one of the first to discover the fire, pulled the alarm, and went across the road to get help from the RCMP,” said Little of Pickering, Ontario, on a GoFundMe page set up for her niece.
Search continues for two people missing after Quebec landslide

Search continues for two people missing after Quebec landslide

The search operation is focused along a 1.8-kilometre stretch of the small, winding Éternité River, on the shore and in the water.
Finding joy at age 100: Talking to centenarians about living their best life at any age

Finding joy at age 100: Talking to centenarians about living their best life at any age

What is life like at 100? Centenarians shared their joys and future hopes with a team of Saskatchewan researchers.
Labour shortage in construction adding extra pressure to housing supply gap: experts

Labour shortage in construction adding extra pressure to housing supply gap: experts

Alberta expert says the construction industry labour shortfall is going to increase.
Last-minute petition against the Pride crosswalk rejected

Last-minute petition against the Pride crosswalk rejected

Petition against crosswalk only garnered 136 signatures, while an online pro-crosswalk petition netted just under 700
Olds man killed in collision while walking on Hunter Valley Road

Olds man killed in collision while walking on Hunter Valley Road

RCMP are investigating a vehicle-pedestrian collision that happened on Canada Day.
Firefighters battling blaze at Lake Louise staff residence

Firefighters battling blaze at Lake Louise staff residence

“The fire is still in progress and it looks like it will take out our entire Charleston residence,” said Dan Markham, communications director for Skiing Louise.
Can you guess what these 25 organs do in your body?

Can you guess what these 25 organs do in your body?

Put your anatomy skills to the test.
American man fined $1K for 'absurd' 262 km/h speed on Coquihalla

American man fined $1K for 'absurd' 262 km/h speed on Coquihalla

“My only comment would be what happens on the racetrack should stay on the racetrack and not on the public highways."
Union warns against Ottawa interfering in B.C. port workers strike as talks continue

Union warns against Ottawa interfering in B.C. port workers strike as talks continue

VANCOUVER — The union representing thousands of striking British Columbia port workers is asking the federal government to not interfere after business groups called for back-to-work legislation.
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