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Quebec City Muslim worshippers condemn fatal New Zealand mosque attacks

Police in many cities across the country said they were stepping up patrols around places of worship

Ethiopian Airlines says analysis of flight recorders begins

French authorities now have the plane’s flight data and voice recorders for analysis

Netflix creates resource website for those affected by content of ‘Girl’

Viewers who click on the film on Netflix will first see a ‘viewer discretion is advised’ card

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Wetaskiwin's Rose Country Inn structure fire
Financial expert Angus Watt speaks in Wetaskiwin Jan. 18

PHOTOS: Students worldwide skip class to demand action on climate

Friday’s rallies in more than 100 countries were one of the biggest international actions yet

Judge to be asked to let cameras in court for R. Kelly case

R. Kelly is charged with 10 counts of aggravated sexual abuse

Ethiopian Airlines says analysis of flight recorders begins

The crash killed all 157 on board, including 18 Canadians

Israel-Gaza fighting ebbs, Gaza rockets reportedly a misfire

The two rockets had struck late Thursday, taking Israel’s military by surprise

Florida man finds bright green iguana in toilet, calls 911

He says firefighter Jeff Kurus put on a sterile glove, reached in and grabbed the iguana

Facebook launches AI to find and remove ‘revenge porn’

The company’s new machine learning tool is designed to find and flag the pictures automatically

Mass shootings at New Zealand mosques kill 49; 1 man charged

One man was arrested and charged with murder in what appeared to be a carefully planned racist attack

Officials warn of possible exposure as measles confirmed in southern Alberta

The person was active in numerous public places in Calgary and Cochrane starting March 5

Regulators challenge Boeing to prove Max jets are safe

Unclear whether data could be retrieved from flight recorders

Canadian regulators eye framework to cover crypto trading platforms

Regulators invite interested parties to submit written comments

Squirrels are damaging some maple syrup operations

Producers say replacing damaged equipment can be time-consuming and expensive

Students sue colleges in admissions bribery scandal

Legal experts say the students could have difficulty holding the colleges responsible

Brian Jean calls talk of him returning to Alberta politics ‘crazy rumours’

Former Wildrose Party leader address column that says he’s recruiting candidates

U.K. lawmakers reject having new Brexit referendum

House of Commons also voted to postpone departure from EU for at least three months