Monthly Archives: October 2017

Via Rail's silence on 22-hour delay angers passengers on Edmonton-Vancouver run

For five years Tracy Goodwin planned to ride Via Rail through the Rocky Mountains from Edmonton to Vancouver. “I’ve taken the train through India, Thailand, all through Europe the United States,” Goodwin said. “I love traveling by train and that’s why I wanted to do this trip so much because I wanted to go through the Rockies during daylight to appreciate how beautiful…

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Millie Bobby Brown Opens Up About Being Deaf in One Ear

At just 13, Millie Bobby Brown is already a bona fide star thanks to her breakout turn as Eleven in the wildly popular Netflix show Stranger Things.” But that shouldn’t be surprising, since Brown decided at age eight that she would be onscreen and did everything in her power to make it happen. “It was…

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800,000 deleted government emails focus of privacy commissioner probe

Alberta’s privacy commissioner is investigating why 800,000 emails were deleted by employees in four government ministries. In a letter to Nathan Cooper, who was then interim leader of the United Conservative Party, commissioner Jill Clayton said investigations have been opened into the Service Alberta, transportation, education and executive council ministries. The UCP learned about the deleted…

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