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Everyone wants a unicorn puppy; In-The-News gets magical on Dec. 4

Everyone wants a unicorn puppy; In-The-News gets magical on Dec. 4

In-The-News is a roundup of stories from The Canadian Press designed to kickstart your day. Here is what's on the radar of our editors for the morning of Dec. 4. What we are watching in Canada ...
NATO chief says Canadian missions in Latvia, Iraq helping strengthen alliance

NATO chief says Canadian missions in Latvia, Iraq helping strengthen alliance

LONDON — NATO's secretary-general has come out swinging in defence of the military alliance, and says Canada is playing a key role in the helping strengthen the 70-year-old organization thanks in part to its contributions to different missions.

NATO chief says Canadian missions in Latvia, Iraq helping strengthen alliance

LONDON — NATO's secretary-general has come out swinging in defence of the military alliance, and says Canada is playing a key role in the helping strengthen the 70-year-old organization thanks in part to its contributions to different missions.
Alberta's 'Fair Deal Panel' begins feedback tour with Edmonton town hall

Alberta's 'Fair Deal Panel' begins feedback tour with Edmonton town hall

EDMONTON — A panel examining Alberta's role in Confederation kicked off its public town hall tour Tuesday, with many telling the panellists the province deserves a better deal — but through collaboration rather than confrontation.
Grant extends reach of low cost 3D-printed hands, back braces to Canadian kids

Grant extends reach of low cost 3D-printed hands, back braces to Canadian kids

VICTORIA — Nick Dechev says amputees randomly show up at his laboratory at the University of Victoria and ask for help.
La Loche school shooter seeks leave to appeal to Supreme Court: lawyer

La Loche school shooter seeks leave to appeal to Supreme Court: lawyer

REGINA — The lawyer for a young man who shot and killed four people in a school and in a home in northern Saskatchewan is asking the Supreme Court of Canada to reconsider his adult sentence.

Transport agency asks for public input on air travel for disabled people

TORONTO — Two separate federal agencies issued announcements Tuesday on life with a disability in Canada — one seeking greater input on hot-button issues and the other urging society at large to challenge its preconceptions.

Alberta RCMP continue to investigate crash between school bus and mobile crane

SMOKY LAKE, Alta. — An investigation continued Tuesday into a highway collision involving a school bus that sent eight people to hospital in Edmonton, including five in critical condition.
Alberta loses beer battle in Appeal Court, but won't have to repay brewers

Alberta loses beer battle in Appeal Court, but won't have to repay brewers

EDMONTON — Alberta's top court has dismissed the province's appeal of a ruling that disallowed a program meant to promote local craft beers.
National focus needed on suicide crisis among Indigenous youth: AFN

National focus needed on suicide crisis among Indigenous youth: AFN

OTTAWA — The federal government will support the creation of a national suicide-prevention strategy for young people, with a suicide crisis gripping a First Nation in northern Saskatchewan, Indigenous Services Minister Marc Miller told a gathering of
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