Early morning fire destroys northwest Edmonton home

Crews were called around 1:10 a.m. for a fire at Admiral Girouard Street and Juchli Avenue, in the Griesbach neighbourhood. 
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Ankle injury could sideline Canadian star Alphonso Davies for 2 months
Canadian international Alphonso Davies could be out for two months after injuring ankle ligaments in Bayern Munich's 5-0 win Saturday over Eintracht Frankfurt.
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Fyre Festival promoter Billy McFarland has a podcast, and a spot in solitary confinement
Billy McFarland, who is serving six years for fraud, can be heard discussing his various high jinks and their aftermath in detail from a prison phone on a show titled ‘Dumpster Fyre’.
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Arrests made in connection to Kitchener-Waterloo Walmart fires
Waterloo Regional Police say they have made two arrests in connection to the fires that occurred at a trio of Walmarts in Kitchener and Waterloo on Tuesday.
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B.C. Election 2020: Live results for all 87 ridings
This list, and the map below, will be updated as candidates are elected.
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United Nations treaty to ban nuclear weapons to enter into force
As of Friday, the treaty had 49 signatories, and the United Nations said the 50th ratification from Honduras had been received.
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Writer RM Vaughan lived with me during COVID-19, before he died — we were friends, confidantes, collaborators
“Who can possibly replace him, with his ability to make everyone feel welcome, loved, curious about the world — all the while making them spit their drinks out from laughter?”
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Lack of offensive polish haunts Impact again in loss to New York City FC
Montreal, which has a tenuous hold on a playoff position in the Eastern Conference, failed again to win a second consecutive contest, its record now 7-11-2.
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Polls close at 8 p.m. in B.C. election unlike any other
BC NDP Leader John Horgan called a snap election last month, saying the province needs a majority government to navigate the COVID-19 pandemic.
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Week in Review: Haute homes, SNL apology, other news
Catch up on all the big stories that happened this week in Montreal. 
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New timber boardwalk pays homage to Gimli’s Icelandic roots
A new timber-made boardwalk now occupies the area behind the Gimli harbour thanks to the Viking Park Connectivity Project.
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While her father rails against ‘idiot’ scientists, Ivanka Trump talks ice cream
The Trump campaign is attempting to deploy the first daughter as a demographic paratrooper targeting at-risk women of the changing suburbs.
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Crescent Heights association disappointed with city’s decision to reopen Calgary road to vehicles
Starting Sunday, Calgary's Crescent Road will reopen to vehicle traffic, to the dismay of many residents in the area.
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Top adviser to Mike Pence tests positive for COVID-19
A top adviser to U.S. Vice President Mike Pence tested positive for coronavirus earlier this week, a source familiar with the matter told CNN.
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SHA to declare COVID-19 outbreak in Saskatoon high school: school division
The health authority will declare an outbreak at Marion Graham Collegiate after two students tested positive, according to the school division.
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Sask. Party candidate Alana Ross self-isolates after a close contact tests positive for COVID-19
Alana Ross is not experiencing any symptoms but will get a COVID-19 test, said the campaign.
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Kelowna pop-punk band releases EP amid coronavirus pandemic
"We are chiselling away the stuff we don't want and figuring out what we want to play and what we want to hear."
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Pence adviser Marty Obst catches coronavirus, adding to White House outbreak
The coronavirus has swept the White House since September, infecting U.S. President Donald Trump, his wife and youngest son, and a number of top aides.
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Van bursts into flames at Vancouver City Hall
Thick black smoke from the fire could be seen from kilometres away.
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Meet The Captain Behind The Viral Canadian Forces Twitter Account
The official Twitter account for Canadian Forces stationed in the U.S. (@CAFinUS) has been making waves on social media lately.From a viral post of a photo of Master Seaman Francis Legare kissing his partner Corey Vautour in 2016 as part of efforts to social media efforts to reclaim the term “Proud Boys” from the hate group, to cleverly putting a COVID-19 spin on a retweet sing-a-long with Canadian singer Alanis Morissette, the account’s content is often unforgettable. Its day-to-day tweets commemorate fallen soldiers, share Canadian history — both good and bad — and often offer supportive words or suggestions.Everything will be okay.— Canadian Forces in
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Haiti president rebuffs elections calls by US. Instead, he announces constitution reform
Jovenel Moise says that only after Haitians vote ‘No’ or ‘Yes’ on a new constitution will elections take place.
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Historic Garneau Theatre in Edmonton turns 80
On Oct. 24, 1940, the Garneau Theatre opened its doors at 109 Street and 87 Avenue in Edmonton.
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Colombia becomes second Latin American country to diagnose over 1M coronavirus cases
The nation of 50 million saw cases peak in August and has seen a decline since but still continues to register around 8,000 new infections a day.
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Trucking industry, Regina residents at odds as route removal council debate looms
In their last meeting before the election, Regina city councillors will decide whether or not to ban trucking traffic from a stretch 9 Ave North.
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Crews use vacuum to destroy nest of ‘murder hornets’ in Washington near B.C. border
The nest found in the city of Blaine, Wash., is about the size of a basketball and contained an estimated 100 to 200 hornets, according to scientists who announced the find Friday.
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B.C. election: In-person voters hit polls in the Okanagan
"There's some concern but I'm wearing my mask, staying six feet apart, and doing the best I can,” said one Kelowna resident.
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Montreal community groups honour victims of police killings, call for defunding of police
The coalition wants to see half of the SPVM's $665-million budget reallocated to community groups that they say are better suited to dealing with social crisis issues.
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Unionized CESSCO employees locked out for months over wage and pension disagreement
More than 30 Edmonton workers were locked out at the start of the summer and have been out picketing for months with no clear end in sight.
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B.C. Election 2020: Polling-station workers await voters after many cast early ballots during pandemic
More than a million of B.C.'s 3.5 million registered voters had cast their ballots in advance or by mail-in ballot
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Trump privately told donors it'll be 'tough' for Republicans to keep Senate: WP report
U.S. President Donald Trump privately told donors that it will be 'very tough' for Republicans to keep control of the Senate chamber in the upcoming election, namely because Trump refuses to support some senators, The Washington Post reported on Saturday.
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At least 6 children killed after gunmen storm school in Cameroon
It was unclear if the attack was linked to an ongoing struggle between the army and groups seeking to form a breakaway state called Ambazonia in the English-speaking west.
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Data suggests 2020 could see a surge in young U.S. voters
Polling data ​and high levels of voter engagement indicate 2020 may bring out a wave of young voters in the U.S. election, experts say.
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Why a Canadian toy maker is joining the mask-making business
A well-known Canadian toy maker is adding mask-making to its business model, in hopes of ensuring Canada doesn’t experience another dangerously low supply of personal protective equipment.
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