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Statistics Canada finds people of colour generally more educated but paid less

Statistics Canada finds people of colour generally more educated but paid less

Statistics Canada reported Wednesday that visible minorities are generally more likely than their white counterparts to earn a university degree but less likely to find a job that pays as well.
Study shows ‘false balance’ in media coverage of COVID vaccine requirement for organ transplant

Study shows ‘false balance’ in media coverage of COVID vaccine requirement for organ transplant

Portraying opposing views as equally valid stokes needless controversy, say researchers.
Shania Twain says she feels 'time crunch' to record more albums while she has a voice

Shania Twain says she feels 'time crunch' to record more albums while she has a voice

Shania Twain says she worries her singing voice "may not last forever" and wants to "hurry up and make more records" while she still can.
India meets East Africa in 1-skillet curried salmon filets

India meets East Africa in 1-skillet curried salmon filets

For centuries, the channel of ocean running between Mozambique and Madagascar provided passage and port to ships during the height of the spice trade.
New photographs of Warsaw Ghetto found in family collection

New photographs of Warsaw Ghetto found in family collection

WARSAW, Poland (AP) — Warsaw’s Jewish history museum on Wednesday presented a group of photographs taken in secret during the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising of 1943, some of which have never been seen before, that were recently discovered in a family collect
Historical rock opera remounts as unplugged concert experience in Edmonton

Historical rock opera remounts as unplugged concert experience in Edmonton

A theatre company is remounting its production of a musical tragedy, based on a true story of Irish immigrants finding solace in Canada, in an unplugged concert experience.
Ken Follett's 'The Armor of Light' to come out Sept. 26

Ken Follett's 'The Armor of Light' to come out Sept. 26

NEW YORK (AP) — Ken Follett is ready to wrap up his epic fictional chronicle of Western civilization. Viking announced Wednesday that the British author's “The Armor of Light" will be published Sept.
Alberta Justice spokespeople deliver duelling statements on prosecutor email review

Alberta Justice spokespeople deliver duelling statements on prosecutor email review

An email probe into whether Alberta Premier Danielle Smith’s office interfered with Crown prosecutors took a confusing turn Friday after two government spokespeople delivered duelling statements that raised questions over how far back the
Alberta considers training doctors for rural practice in smaller centres

Alberta considers training doctors for rural practice in smaller centres

Alberta is looking for ways to train doctors in smaller cities in hopes they will be more likely to help relieve a shortage of physicians in rural areas.
'Not true': Alberta minister denies crying, yelling during doctor confrontation

'Not true': Alberta minister denies crying, yelling during doctor confrontation

Alberta's justice minister says he felt sad and disappointed that someone he considered to be a friend was behind a social media post targeting him and his wife.