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Saturday 22nd of July 2017


Saturday 22nd of July 2017
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In case of an anaphylactic emergency, Epi-Pens are located in the main office as well as in the white AED box outside of the main office for use after school hours

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But for many, the event was more about the spirit of competition than reaching the podium. Muslim designers push forward modest fashion movement   Despite the recent arrest of a young Saudi woman wearing a miniskirt in a video that went viral, a growing number of Canadian fashion designers are looking to prove that fashion for Muslim women can be both modest and fun. SECOND OPINION | It's war! Debunkers take on Gwyneth Paltrow's GOOP and celebrity pseudoscience   War on GOOP breaks out into the open and a second look at sweetener scare. Read our weekly roundup of eclectic and under-the-radar health and medical science news. Debt got you down? Start a debt-destruction club   Trade your book club for a debt-destruction club, says personal-finance expert Bruce Sellery. Concern over rare eastern tiger salamander as couple sees one die in snake's mouth   It was a sunny July day on the Prairies when Laura Reeves witnessed the slow death of a secretive amphibian in southeastern Manitoba that isn't found anywhere else in Canada. Calgary man who claims neck was sliced by barbed wire on mountain bike trail charged with fraud   A Calgary man who claimed his neck was sliced by barbed wire on a popular mountain biking trail west of the city and then asked for financial donations online has turned himself in to RCMP. From Trump's inauguration crowd to Hitler's 'Holocaust centre,' it was a rocky road for Sean Spicer   Sean Spicer may be out at the White House, but his curious legacy as a loyal-to-a-fault press secretary, willing to stake his reputation on aggressively defending his boss's most questionable assertions, will likely not be forgotten. Here are a few memorable moments on video. Minneapolis police chief resigns after officer's shooting of Australian woman   Minneapolis police Chief Janee Harteau said on Friday she was "willing to step aside" following the fatal police shooting of an unarmed Australian woman. Now a Trump loyalist, new White House communications chief once called him a 'hack politician'   Anthony "the Mooch" Scaramucci is one of Trump's most loyal defenders. But before hopping on the Trump train as communications director, he supported and donated to top Democrats. Thunder Bay, Ont., Mayor Keith Hobbs, wife and 1 other charged with extortion   Ontario Provincial Police have charged Thunder Bay Mayor Keith Hobbs, his wife and another woman with extortion. 2 Canadian Cavalia employees jailed in China for smoking pot   Two Quebec employees with the Montreal-based equestrian multimedia show Cavalia have been imprisoned in China for allegedly smoking marijuana and are facing deportation, Radio-Canada has learned. 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