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Federal targeting of Muslim charities by CRA amounts to prejudice: civil liberties coalition

Federal targeting of Muslim charities by CRA amounts to prejudice: civil liberties coalition

The report says that from 2008 to 2015, 75 per cent of the organizations whose charitable status was revoked following division audits were Muslim charities, and that at least another four have had their status pulled since then. Despite these revocations, not a single Muslim charitable organization, or individual associated with one, has been charged with a terrorist financing crime.
Exploding device at gender reveal party leads to wildfire in northern Alberta

Exploding device at gender reveal party leads to wildfire in northern Alberta

It's the third wildfire caused by an exploding target this season, but Travis Fairweather, a wildfire information officer, says not all were necessarily gender reveal parties.
Riverbank Landing public hearing underway; 80 registered speakers

Riverbank Landing public hearing underway; 80 registered speakers

Those in opposition came out to speak against the project, with many residents citing traffic concerns, noise, character of the community, height of the buildings, walling off the river, and making changes to an already established neighbourhood.
Premier apologizes for violating COVID rules

Premier apologizes for violating COVID rules

MLA Jason Nixon photographed with premier, other cabinet ministers allegedly violating COVID-19 social gathering regulations
Swimming lessons, concerts, indoor fitness on horizon as St. Albert reopens

Swimming lessons, concerts, indoor fitness on horizon as St. Albert reopens

Stage 2 restrictions are expected to be lifted by June 10, although many of the city’s facilities are slated to start to reopen on June 14.
Public hearing for Riverbank Landing today

Public hearing for Riverbank Landing today

The Gazette will be providing updates throughout the day on the public hearing and outcome of the vote.
Lac La Biche County council and mayor speak out on Ontario killings

Lac La Biche County council and mayor speak out on Ontario killings

Mayor and council in one of Canada's largest per capital Muslim community condemn family's death
'Act of evil:' Thousands mourn victims of anti-Muslim attack in London, Ont.

'Act of evil:' Thousands mourn victims of anti-Muslim attack in London, Ont.

The crowd hushed for a moment of silence at 8.40 p.m., the time of Sunday's attack. Police said the family, out for their early evening stroll, was mown down when a man driving a black Dodge Ram smashed into them on a sidewalk as they waited to cross an intersection in the northwest end of London. The driver, investigators said, targeted the victims because of their Muslim faith. 
City, Catholic school board to review naming policy in wake of Kamloops discovery

City, Catholic school board to review naming policy in wake of Kamloops discovery

Coun. Natalie Joly said the city’s naming policy should be updated to reflect the city’s commitment to reconciliation, which could mean changing street and neighbourhood names such as Grandin. 
OPINION: Buy local to strengthen our reopening economy

OPINION: Buy local to strengthen our reopening economy

"Everyone benefits when your spending cash stays in your community."
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