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Alberta grey jay web cam may be a first, thrilling online fans

By David Bell A recently installed web cam in central Alberta may be the first to capture the breeding behaviour of Canada’s unofficial national bird, the grey jay, and online fans around the world are tuning in. Click for Full Story:

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Inquest jury to begin deliberations into Regina woman’s laundry-chute death

By Geoff Leo The lawyer representing the family of Nadine Machiskinic said the coroner’s inquest established at least a couple key facts. The 29-year-old mother of four fell 10 storeys down a hotel laundry chute to her death. And then she fell through the cracks. Click for Full Story:

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Kenn Borek Air crews honoured with Smithsonian award for perilous South Pole rescue mission

By David Bell A 10-hour mission from Calgary to the South Pole to rescue two sick workers has Calgary-based air crews receiving a Smithsonian award in Washington Wednesday night. Click for Full Story:

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Court decision may open border to First Nation hunters from U.S.

By Adrian Nieoczym A new court ruling could make it impossible for the federal government to stop members of a First Nation who live in the U.S. from coming to B.C. to hunt, according to a former deputy minister of aboriginal affairs. Click for Full Story:

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Unhappy trails? Proposed Icefields Highway bike path raises host of concerns, Parks documents show

By Bob Weber It sounds like a no-brainer: a bike trail alongside a world-famous scenic highway through two of Canada’s best-loved national parks, Jasper and Banff. But Parks Canada documents show the proposal comes with a host of complications, from damage to wildlife habitat to safety concerns and increased development pressure. Click for Full Story:

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Mark McMorris making ‘major progress’ after crash, says brother

By The Canadian Press The brother of injured Canadian snowboarding star Mark McMorris says the Olympic medallist is steadily improving in hospital following an accident in B.C.’s backcountry over the weekend. Click for Full Story:

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Wristbands supporting Ottawa officer not to be worn on duty, police chief says

By CBC News Ottawa police Chief Charles Bordeleau says on-duty officers should not wear wristbands showing support for one of their colleagues charged with manslaughter in the death of Abdirahman Abdi. Click for Full Story:

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‘How dare you say these hateful things?’ Woman takes on Islamophobia at school board meeting

By Kate McGillivray Behind the scenes with a parent who stepped in to defend Muslim community members after a Peel school board meeting was derailed by Islamophobic comments. Click for Full Story:

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