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This holiday market for 'weirdos' offers thousands of eccentric gifts

This holiday market for 'weirdos' offers thousands of eccentric gifts

Let out your inner freak at this awesome holiday market that takes place on two weekends in December in Vancouver.
'Witnesses to history': University makes 3D virtual replicas of residential schools

'Witnesses to history': University makes 3D virtual replicas of residential schools

A new project from the University of Calgary is creating 3D digital records of some Alberta residential schools.
Photos: Musicians with their own museums

Photos: Musicians with their own museums

From ABBA to The Beatles, here are 25 artists who have at least one museum dedicated to them and their music.
The CP Holiday Train returns to the rails for the first time in three years

The CP Holiday Train returns to the rails for the first time in three years

Canadian Pacific Holiday Train will make more than 20 stops in Alberta from Dec. 7 to 13.
Canada ends scoring drought at men's World Cup but can't hold off Croatia

Canada ends scoring drought at men's World Cup but can't hold off Croatia

UMM ŞALĀL ‘ALĪ, Qatar — Canada wasted little time Sunday ending its scoring drought at the men's World Cup via Alphonso Davies but could not hold off Croatia, losing 4-1 to end its hopes of reaching the tournament's knockout round.
2021 saw highest rate of gang-related homicides in 16 years: Statistics Canada

2021 saw highest rate of gang-related homicides in 16 years: Statistics Canada

A report from Statistics Canada shows the national homicide rate has increased for a third consecutive year and nearly one-quarter of killings in 2021 were connected to gangs.
Beyond star ratings: 10 things consumers should look for in product reviews

Beyond star ratings: 10 things consumers should look for in product reviews

Here’s a riddle for you: If you can’t hold something in your hands before buying it, how do you know what you’re getting?
Alberta premier defends new rules on in-person learning, no mask mandates in schools

Alberta premier defends new rules on in-person learning, no mask mandates in schools

“Anyone is welcome to wear a mask if they feel that that is the right choice for them, but we should not be forcing parents to mask their kids,” Alberta Premier Danielle Smith said.
Young adults are the most lonely, data shows

Young adults are the most lonely, data shows

Whether it is a real or perceived absence of social connection, loneliness is a form of pain to all who feel it.
Alberta's famous 'wage premium' rapidly eroding, experts say

Alberta's famous 'wage premium' rapidly eroding, experts say

Worker paycheques in the province that once led the country in wage growth have flatlined.