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VICTORIA - A hiking date for a Vancouver Island couple turned into a life-saving rescue... Read More
WINNIPEG - The board of directors at Manitoba Hydro resigned en masse Wednesday, leading... Read More
VANCOUVER - British Columbia will address long wait lists for hip and knee replacements,... Read More
OTTAWA - Federal Liberals have shared details about a $100,000 pilot project undertaken... Read More
NEW YORK - Breaking five days of silence, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg admitted mistakes... Read More
A 14-year-old girl from Ontario has been charged for allegedly making online threats... Read More
OTTAWA - Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says Canada needs to be vigilant about protecting... Read More
EDMONTON - Businessman Pete Howell was preparing to coach another season of community... Read More
VICTORIA - A virus that has already killed hundreds of feral rabbits on Vancouver Island... Read More
MONTREAL - Just For Laughs has been sold to an investor group led by Canadian-born... Read More
MAIDUGURI, Nigeria - Boko Haram extremists returned almost all of the 110 girls abducted... Read More
AUSTIN, Texas - Law enforcement official tells the AP the dead Austin bombing suspect was... Read More

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CLEVELAND - The standings show the Eastern Conference's top team plays in Canada.... Read More
PITTSBURGH - Sidney Crosby doesn't really have an explanation for how he does what he does... Read More
NORTH BAY, Ont. - South Korea's EunJung Kim and the Olympic darling Garlic Girls used a... Read More
Hank Ilesic was just 17 when he joined the Edmonton Eskimos in time for their record-... Read More
KEY BISCAYNE, Fla. - The match ended with Serena Williams grinning at the net. She saved... Read More
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. - A New Mexico youth soccer league is investigating a teen soccer game... Read More

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Camrose Aquatic Centre and Fitness Centre 11th Annual Indoor TriathlonCome join us for the 11th... Read More
$80 per person, limit 12 participants. Call Bernice Kadatz at (780) 672-3099 or email... Read More
Please spread the word and let everyone know last night we made some changes to how our season will... Read More

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