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  1. U of A students offer homeless chance to shop for clothes at The Street Store in Boyle Street CentreRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | Edmonton Journal

    Joel Wegner, left, and Nicholas Yee are setting up the Street Store Oct. 25 at Boyle Street Community Services. Wegner and Yee are wearing T-shirts from their clothing line, Multiplying Equality, where all the money goes to charitable organizations EDMONTON - Pop-up stores seem to be taking over the retail world, but are largely inaccessible to the underprivileged without cash.

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  2. RIT men's hockey gears up for Boston CollegeRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 17 | Rochester Democrat and Chronicle

    RIT men's hockey gears up for Boston College The seventh-ranked Eagles will play RIT at sold-out Blue Cross Arena on Saturday Check out this story on DemocratandChronicle.com: http://on.rocne.ws/1wb3M9l Scroll through the player capsules below for more information about the RIT men's hockey team. Written by staff writer Jim Mandelaro TV/radio: All home games televised by Time Warner Cable Channel 26. All games, home and road, broadcast on WITR-FM .

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  3. Proposal to increase University of Lethbridge tuition passesRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 16 | GlobalNews

    It means all students would have to pay additional 10 dollars per course, while faculty of management students would have an extra 100 dollars added on to each course. University president Mike Mahon said these market modifiers - which are tuition increases based on the value of a specific degree - are a way for the school to stay competitive with the University of Alberta and the University of Calgary.

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  4. Cathay Pacific exec says airline eyeing Calgary as possible 2016 destinationRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 16 | Canada.com

    CALGARY, AB; OCTOBER 16, 2014 -- Tom Owen, senior vice president, Americas for Cathay Pacific Airways poses for a photo at the Fairmont Palliser in Calgary on October 16, 2014. For Business story by Amanda Stephenson The prospect of a second non-stop flight between Calgary and Asia was dangled before local business groups Thursday by a senior executive with Cathay Pacific.

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  5. Health officials confirm dozens of new cases of enterovirus in AlbertaRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 16 | GlobalNews

    Alberta Health Services says between July 1st and October 10th, 93 patients have tested positive for the enterovirus D-68. Enterovirus is relatively common but this year the D-68 strain has been causing serious illness among children across North America.

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  6. Edmonton's The Provincial Archive takes folk-rock to Royal Alberta MuseumRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Oct 15 | Edmonton Journal

    A slender man, in a black ski mask, dashes out of a convenience store with a black bag in his right hand. He runs as fast as he can, only stopping to catch his breath when he thinks he's a safe distance away.

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  7. Ebola outbreak: Alberta's top doctor says province is readyRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Oct 15 | CBC News

    "Anything that is required to improve the safety of the people in Alberta - patients, staff - we will do," said Dr. James Talbot on Wednesday. Alberta's Chief Medical Officer of Health says the province is well-prepared to deal with any patients who may be infected with Ebola.

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  8. Ebola outbreak: frontline workers warn Alberta not preparedRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Oct 15 | CBC News

    A worker moves a barrel while finishing up cleaning outside the apartment building of a hospital worker in Dallas. The Texas health-care worker, who was in full protective gear when they provided hospital care for Ebola patient Thomas Eric Duncan, has tested positive for the virus and is in stable condition.

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  9. Front-line workers warn Alberta not prepared for Ebola outbreakRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Oct 15 | CBC News

    Across the world, health care staff are developing safety protocols intended to protect frontline workers treating patients with Ebola. Here, a worker in Basel, Switzerland, is being suited up with full-body protective gear.

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  10. Oct. 15, 1926: Woodward's opens first store in EdmontonRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Oct 15 | Edmonton Journal

    The first Woodward's department store outside of the company's flagship store in Vancouver opened its doors on the northeast corner of 102nd Avenue and 101st Street. Charles Woodward chose Edmonton, he said, because it was one of the most important and progressive cities in Western Canada.

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  11. Co-ordinator Cortez could silence criticsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Oct 15 | Star Phoenix

    The Saskatchewan NDP says paying millions to an Alberta company to monitor new speed cameras and send tickets to lead-footed Saskatchewan drivers is a poor use of funds. Even as tankers containing petroleum distillates and other dangerous goods on a 100-car CN freight train derailed near Clair in a fiery explosion that sent dozens in the hamlet scurrying for safety, the... ERIE, Pa.

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  12. Raiders forging new identityRead the original story

    Wednesday Oct 15 | Western Wheel

    Few faces remain from the Raiders' run to the Alberta Major Midget Female Hockey League finals last season as a fresh coaching staff leads a re-loaded Rocky Mountain squad featuring just eight returnees. 'We're very young, we've got 10 first-years and in there are two Grade 9s,' said first-year Raiders head coach Paul Pozzi.

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  13. Lights finally come back onRead the original story

    Tuesday Oct 14 | Fort Francis Times

    Street and traffic lights were back on today in downtown Calgary-but nobody was home-after a major power outage over the weekend. The power failure began Saturday after a fire in an underground vault sent smoke and blue flames out of a manhole.

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  14. Lights on but still nobody home in parts of Calgary after major power outageRead the original story

    Tuesday Oct 14 | Red Deer Advocate

    Street and traffic lights were back on Tuesday in downtown Calgary - but nobody was home - after a major power outage over the weekend. The power failure began Saturday after a fire in an underground vault sent smoke and blue flames out of a manhole.

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  15. Temporary foreign workers hired in area with high aboriginal unemploymentRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Oct 14 | The First Perspective-Aboriginal

    At the centre of an Alberta mall catering to four First Nations grappling with massive unemployment is a cafeteria that dishes out burgers, fries and bannock - cooked and served by temporary foreign workers. The exact number of foreigners employed by Ermineskin Cafeteria's owner, Howard Ng, is unclear.

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  16. The Fifth QuarterRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Oct 14 | The Winnipeg Free Press

    They also trailed the Baltimore Stallions 37-0 at halftime on Oct. 29, 1994, the only other game Winnipeg has been behind that much at halftime. Winnipeg went on to lose 57-10 to the Stallions that day.

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  17. Cougars' season going down to the wireRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Oct 14 | Regina Leader Post

    The University of Regina Cougars midfielder Nikita Senko pursues MacEwan Griffins midfielder Marlea Moroz during a game held at the University of Regina on Sunday. The Cougars won 2-1.

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  18. Ebola vaccine tested, patients isolated at hospitals in Edmonton and OntarioRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Oct 14 | Regina Leader Post

    Nina Pham, 26, shown in this yearbook photo from Texas Christian University, became the first person to contract the disease within the U.S. Pham, a health care worker, treated the man who died of Ebola on Wednesday. Human testing of an experimental Canadian-made Ebola vaccine began Monday, while health care workers in Alberta and Ontario held patients who were showing symptoms of the virus in isolation.

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  19. First Nations coming second to temporary foreign workersRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Oct 14 | The Globe and Mail

    Business owner Angela Roan pictured near her home on the Ermineskin reserve, Alberta, October 6, 2014. Roan started Atoskewin Transport a year ago to shuttle aboriginal people from her community to jobs off-reserve.

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  20. Weekly Real Estate Market Update, Oct. 10/14Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 10 | Edmonton Real Estate Blog

    Here is our update on the Edmonton real estate market. . For the past 7 days: New Listings: 368 # Sales: 258 Ratio: 70% # Price Changes: 232 # Expired/Off Market Listings: 161 Net loss/gain in listings this week: -51 Active single family home listings: 2463 Active condo listings: 1421 Homes 4-week running average: $432k Condos 4-week running average: $254k Looking at the chart it seems sales are lagging behind last year's numbers - that's a little surprising to me seeing how far ahead we were last month and the level of activity we're seeing at our office.

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