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As the RCMP initiates race-based data collection, lingering trauma haunts immigrants with painful police memories

As the RCMP initiates race-based data collection, lingering trauma haunts immigrants with painful police memories

Temitope Oriola, professor of criminology and sociology at the University of Alberta, says that while the collection of race-based data by the RCMP is a long overdue step, it is merely a baby step in a long journey towards harmonious relations between the police and communities they serve.
Residents living near proposed Northern Alberta wind turbine project concerned over noise and pulsations

Residents living near proposed Northern Alberta wind turbine project concerned over noise and pulsations

"These turbines have no business being around people, and there are a lot of people here tonight who are scared."
Summiting Mount Kilimajaro a bucket list win for 73-year-old Southern Alberta man

Summiting Mount Kilimajaro a bucket list win for 73-year-old Southern Alberta man

Alberta father, 73, and his two sons make it 19,341 feet to Uhuru peak last fall said they heard helicopters taking people off the mountain daily who couldn't make it.
Canada's largest stick-curling club is just north of Edmonton

Canada's largest stick-curling club is just north of Edmonton

From humble beginnings in 2008, the St. Albert Club now boasts 250 members in 11 leagues.
Cultural burning stokes debate on wildfire defence in Alberta

Cultural burning stokes debate on wildfire defence in Alberta

“This way that Indigenous peoples have been using fire for thousands of years is a new way to go forward.”
Scattered deer carcass sign of large predators in Okotoks, where deer abound says resident

Scattered deer carcass sign of large predators in Okotoks, where deer abound says resident

An Okotoks resident is sounding a warning after finding evidence of large scavenger animals in town.
Canadian True Crime podcast examines the monstrous crimes of Richard Joyce

Canadian True Crime podcast examines the monstrous crimes of Richard Joyce

With over 55 million downloads, Canadian True Crime is Canada’s top indie podcast and was named the fifth podcast overall in Canada for 2023, according to Apple Podcasts
'Historic decision': Saskatchewan government says pronoun law may go to Supreme Court

'Historic decision': Saskatchewan government says pronoun law may go to Supreme Court

REGINA — The Saskatchewan government says it will fight a court ruling over its school pronoun law, calling it a potential game-changing precedent when it comes to provinces' use of Charter's notwithstanding clause.
Train derailment near Field under investigation

Train derailment near Field under investigation

No injuries in train derailment near Field, B.C.
WestJet agrees to rebook flights for Ontario family of murder victim for killer's sentencing

WestJet agrees to rebook flights for Ontario family of murder victim for killer's sentencing

The family of Ashley Simpson will be able to attend a sentencing hearing for the man responsible for the St. Catharines woman’s death after a change of heart by a major Canadian airline.
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