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Short version of hugely popular Canadian Indigenous course available

Short version of hugely popular Canadian Indigenous course available

The University of Alberta has created Indigenous Peoples and Canada, a shorter, more accessible version of one of the most popular online courses in the country.
Impairment suspected in morning head-on collision near Ghost Lake

Impairment suspected in morning head-on collision near Ghost Lake

A pick-up truck crossed over the centre line, colliding with an oncoming truck this morning near Ghost Lake.
Teen standing out of sunroof dies after colliding with cement beam

Teen standing out of sunroof dies after colliding with cement beam

An 18-year-old has died after he was struck by a cement beam while standing out of a sunroof in the parking lot of West Edmonton Mall.
Cyberattacks hit military, Parliament websites as India hacker group targets Canada

Cyberattacks hit military, Parliament websites as India hacker group targets Canada

OTTAWA — The federal government is coping with cyberattacks this week, as a hacker group in India claims it has sowed chaos in Ottawa — but Canada's signals-intelligence agency says the "nuisance" attacks likely haven't put private information at risk.
Alberta seniors demand Smith keep her hands off their CPP

Alberta seniors demand Smith keep her hands off their CPP

Senior organizations and individuals are speaking against the UCP's proposed Alberta Pension Plan.
Black bear killed after feasting on 'forbidden fruit' in Canmore

Black bear killed after feasting on 'forbidden fruit' in Canmore

"Coexisting with wildlife in the Bow Valley means removing forbidden fruit."
Canadian economy to get 'back on its feet' next year: Deloitte

Canadian economy to get 'back on its feet' next year: Deloitte

TORONTO — Canada's near-term economic struggles will ease next year when growth returns and the Bank of Canada begins cutting its key lending rate, a new forecast from Deloitte Canada said.
Court hears losing Worsfold has been a 'nightmare'

Court hears losing Worsfold has been a 'nightmare'

"My dad was not invisible, he was not disposable, and he was not reclusive. He was a healthy, vibrant, kind, generous soul who touched many people and lives, all of which felt the shock and loss of his murder," said Ronald Worsfold's daughter Stacey Worsfold.
Update: Innisfail RCMP find missing teenager

Update: Innisfail RCMP find missing teenager

Kerri-Lynn Pepin, 15, was reportedly last seen in Innisfail on Sept. 19 and has now been located
Woman charged with manslaughter in death of toddler in Edmonton

Woman charged with manslaughter in death of toddler in Edmonton

EDMONTON — A woman has been charged with manslaughter and criminal negligence causing the death of a toddler in Edmonton.