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Alberta's #IBelieveYou campaign aims to support sex assault victims

CALGARY – A public awareness campaign is underway aimed at educating people about how to respond to and comfort victims of sexual assault.

The Association of Alberta Sexual Assault Services is hoping the “I Believe You” campaign will make victims more comfortable about coming forward to tell their story. 166 more words


House at centre of Edmonton mass murder up for sale

EDMONTON – A home in north Edmonton that was the scene of the worst mass murder in the city’s history has been put up for sale. 152 more words


Muslim man accidentally served bacon while being detained at Japanese immigration office

A Yokohama area immigration office has apologized for mistakenly serving a Muslim man, who is interned there for unknown reasons, a meal that included pork, the consumption of which is forbidden by Islamic law. 262 more words


Don't murder the innocent; don't execute the guilty

Here’s one of many, many available stories of someone the US government really, really wanted to murder. He was 17, and ended up on death row. 259 more words


What can we do about child abuse? Phase One - Sexual

I would just like to say this is purely my opinion based on the knowledge and research I have undertaken.  I would like to also note that I have absolutely nothing against consulting adults indulging in whatever they agree upon but this is not the case with child abuse.

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Wealthy GOP-backer wins round in lawsuit over his alleged potty mouth

A Palm Beach architect won’t be forced to weigh in on a legal dispute about whether billionaire casino owner Sheldon Adelson, who has contributed millions to GOP presidential candidates, is foul-mouthed, a U.S. 397 more words


Missouri Governor's Son Cited for Driving While Intoxicated

COLUMBIA, Mo. (AP) – The 25-year-old son of Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon has been cited for reportedly driving while intoxicated.

The Columbia Daily Tribune reports Willson Wheeler Nixon was pulled over around 3 a.m. 96 more words