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Fort Edmonton Park Opens New Exhibit Celebrating City’s 2SLGBTQ+ Community – Edmonton

Fort Edmonton Park has a new exhibit celebrating the city’s 2SLGBTQ+ community. It is called Regulation of morality and it took the Edmonton Queer History Project (EQHP) a year to put it together. The exhibition highlights important historical events, such as the AIDS pandemic and the right to gay marriage. “Show that queer history has always been part of the …

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Delta Still Canceling Hundreds of Flights After CrowdStrike Disruption. Why? – National

Delta Air Lines struggled for the fourth day in a row to recover from a global technical outage caused by a faulty software update, stranding tens of thousands of passengers and drawing unwanted attention from the federal government. Other airlines returned to near-normal levels of service disruptions on Monday, drawing attention to Delta’s relatively weak response to the outage that …

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The Ultimate Shopping List for Beginning Photographers – National

By Chad Sapieha The curatorial team Posted on July 22, 2024 07:00 AM Updated on July 20, 2024 2:37 PM 1 min read Reduce the font size of the article Enlarge the font of the article The Curator decides independently which topics and products we offer. When you buy an item through our links, we may earn a commission. Promotions …

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Major house fire damages 4 homes in Calgary’s Deer Run neighborhood – Calgary

Reduce the font size of the article Enlarge the font of the article Huge plumes of thick, black smoke and flames were visible in Calgary’s southeastern Deer Run neighbourhood on Sunday. Emergency services were called to a home on Deer Run Drive around 6:15 p.m. where a house was completely engulfed in flames. In a press release Sunday evening, the …

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Safety expert warns of water as construction workers vacation begins in Quebec – Montreal

Reduce the font size of the article Enlarge the font of the article As the holidays begin for Quebecers, many are gathering at swimming pools and other water features to enjoy the sunny weather. According to the Quebec Lifesaving Society chapter, this is also the time of year when most drownings occur. So far this year, 32 Quebecers have died …

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Lightning strikes are the leading cause of wildfires in British Columbia

By means of Am Little-On World News Posted on July 21, 2024 12:38 PM 1 min read Reduce the font size of the article Enlarge the font of the article According to the BC Wildfire Service, 87 percent of fires this year have been caused by lightning. With nearly 9,000 strikes in the past 48 hours, that’s bad news for …

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Noh reenacts murder cases for fun. But South Korea’s obsession with crime has a dark side

Watch Sleuths of Seoul on Tuesday, July 23 at 9:30pm on SBS or live on . It’s a sunny Saturday afternoon in Seoul and a team of enthusiastic amateur detectives have gathered on a street corner in the Gangnam district of the metropolis. They’re here to solve a murder mystery. The case: A female reporter has disappeared and they want …

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Fire in Lower Blueberry Creek in Shuswap considered contained: BC Wildfire – Okanagan

Three of the nine wildfires burning in the Shuswap region are contained or under control. That was reported by the BC Wildfire Service, which published updates on the five fires on Saturday. In North Shuswap, two fires are burning along the Seymour Arm of Shuswap Lake in various stages. The Lower Blueberry Creek fire, located in the hills above Dasnier’s …

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Microsoft Announces Number of Devices Affected by Major IT Outage

Microsoft has revealed how many devices it says were affected by a global IT outage linked to a software update from cybersecurity firm CrowdStrike. Friday’s update caused system glitches that grounded flights, took broadcasters off the air and left customers unable to access services such as healthcare or banking. “We currently estimate that “The attack affected 8.5 million Windows devices, …

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British Columbia wildfire: Buildings destroyed by Shetland Creek fire near Ashcroft

Several buildings have been destroyed by a forest fire in southern British Columbia. That’s according to the Thompson-Nicola Regional District, which confirmed losses from the Shetland Creek fire, which is raging near the Trans-Canada Highway communities of Spences Bridge, Ashcroft and Cache Creek. More than 80 families were forced to leave their homes as the fast-burning fire tore through the …

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