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Even losing was a win: Trailblazing Edmonton lawyer reflects on 47 years of legal cases that changed our society

To see losing as a win is a rare gift. It’s a stance available only to people with stamina, forbearance, and the steely knowledge they are on the right side of the issue, regardless of the outcome. 2,313 more words

Local News

4 area teams ready for girls tennis states

Four teams are carrying the Blue Water Area on their backs — and racquets — this weekend.

On Friday and Saturday Port Huron Northern, Port Huron, Marysville and St. 1,336 more words

Gallery

Edmonton's Rundle School to host free summer camp for K-6 kids

An Edmonton school summer camp designed to tickle children’s brains will ideally stave off the summer slump that further disadvantages low-income children.

Rundle School, 11005 34 St., is preparing to host a pilot project this July that will have kids from Kindergarten to Grade 6 playing games, doing arts, crafts and music, cooking and being active in ways tailored to keep them reading and thinking. 336 more words

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A Current Affair Journalists To Be Placed On Long Term Forced Contraception

Journalists and producers from the Channel 9 show A Current Affair are to be forced to use long term contraception in an effort to stop them from breeding. 154 more words

The UnAustralian

Carols By Candlelight To Omit All References To Israel From "The First Noel"

Vision Australia’s 2015 Carols By Candlelight will be performing an altered version of the Christmas classic “The First Noel” to exclude mentions of Israel. The move comes amid concerns that the chorus line “Born is the King of Israel” may be interpreted as a political statement as to the rightful inhabitants of the Holy Land. 181 more words

The UnAustralian