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Posters distributed at University of Alberta spur discussion on racism

An incident at the University of Alberta has once again spurred a discussion about racism in Edmonton. Sarah Kraus reports on how the university is reacting after racist posters were put up on its campus this week. WARNING: This story contains graphic language. Viewer discretion is advised.
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Pro-Nazi posters found at UBC on Remembrance Day

Another disturbing discovery at a B.C. university, this time at UBC. Pro-Nazi posters were plastered on the university’s War Memorial Gym on Remembrance Day. Rumina Daya reports.

Regis Korchinski-Paquet death: Toronto protesters march in memoriam, against anti-Black violence

Footage captured from the Global News helicopter on Saturday shows protesters marching in downtown Toronto in memoriam of Regis Korchinski-Paquet, a 29-year-old woman who died on Wednesday, as well as the wider issues of anti-Black and anti-Indigenous racism. Korchinski-Paquet died after falling from a 24th floor balcony, and her family and the community are demanding answers about her death.
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Halifax police chief addresses street checks apology

Halifax police chief Daniel Kinsella speaks with Global News at 6 anchor Sarah Ritchie about the department's formal apology to the African Nova Scotian population for the practice of street checks.
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2018 Calgary Stampede poster

Sun, Dec 3: David Sibbald and Kyle Corer join Global Calgary to talk about the 2018 Calgary Stampede poster, and how this poster will stand out from all the rest.
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Onion salmonella outbreak expands

A salmonella outbreak linked to U.S. grown onions is prompting some experts to suggest Canadians seek out new sources of flavour. Keith Warriner, a food science professor at the University of Guelph, shares his expert insight.