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Federal targeting of Muslim charities by CRA amounts to prejudice: civil liberties coalition

Federal targeting of Muslim charities by CRA amounts to prejudice: civil liberties coalition

The report says that from 2008 to 2015, 75 per cent of the organizations whose charitable status was revoked following division audits were Muslim charities, and that at least another four have had their status pulled since then. Despite these revocations, not a single Muslim charitable organization, or individual associated with one, has been charged with a terrorist financing crime.
Exploding device at gender reveal party leads to wildfire in northern Alberta

Exploding device at gender reveal party leads to wildfire in northern Alberta

It's the third wildfire caused by an exploding target this season, but Travis Fairweather, a wildfire information officer, says not all were necessarily gender reveal parties.
Premier apologizes for violating COVID rules

Premier apologizes for violating COVID rules

MLA Jason Nixon photographed with premier, other cabinet ministers allegedly violating COVID-19 social gathering regulations
Lac La Biche County council and mayor speak out on Ontario killings

Lac La Biche County council and mayor speak out on Ontario killings

Mayor and council in one of Canada's largest per capital Muslim community condemn family's death
'Act of evil:' Thousands mourn victims of anti-Muslim attack in London, Ont.

'Act of evil:' Thousands mourn victims of anti-Muslim attack in London, Ont.

The crowd hushed for a moment of silence at 8.40 p.m., the time of Sunday's attack. Police said the family, out for their early evening stroll, was mown down when a man driving a black Dodge Ram smashed into them on a sidewalk as they waited to cross an intersection in the northwest end of London. The driver, investigators said, targeted the victims because of their Muslim faith. 
Province proposes equalization referendum question

Province proposes equalization referendum question

On Oct. 18 Albertans will be asked: Should the section of the Constitution that commits the Government of Canada to the principle of making equalization payments be removed?
Canada to receive 2.4 million doses of COVID-19 vaccine this week

Canada to receive 2.4 million doses of COVID-19 vaccine this week

The federal government says more than 60 per cent of Canadians have received at least one dose, and the number fully immunized with two shots is rising.
Pet store owners challenge health professionals on vaccine effects

Pet store owners challenge health professionals on vaccine effects

Lac La Biche pet store with mask-exempt staff say 'shed' from vaccines is a concern
Cochrane Ecological Institute welcomes orphaned bear cub

Cochrane Ecological Institute welcomes orphaned bear cub

“If an orphaned cub doesn’t have their mom to suck on all winter when they get up in the spring, they’re really skinny. The big old bears have woken up too and they’re really hungry.”
Glendon woman charged with 32 counts of arson

Glendon woman charged with 32 counts of arson

Audrey Elaine Dunham, 54 of Glendon, has been charged in connection to multiple wildfires in the Bonnyville and Lac La Biche areas.
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