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Naheed Nenshi, 38, was elected the mayor of Calgary Monday night, October 18, 2010. Nenshi is the first Muslim to hold the top political office in Canada’s third largest city.
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Russell Williams, has been sentenced on Thursday, October 21, 2010, to two concurrent life sentences for the murder of two women who he killed after prolonged sexual assaults.

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First results from the 2009 General Social Survey (GSS) on victimization show that 27% of Canadians aged 15 and older said they had been a victim of a criminal incident in the 12 months before the survey. This proportion was unchanged from 2004, the last time the victimization survey was conducted. (Full Story)
Residents of the Somali coastal town of Merca say a military helicopter flew over their town and fired on the town after militants fired at the aircraft. (Full Story)
Thirteen people aboard a skiff drowned Monday in the Gulf of Aden as the crew of the U.S. destroyer Winston S. Churchill attempted to assist the disabled vessel, a military statement said.
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Canadian and American Muslims have signed a petition to support cartoonist illustrator Molly Norris author of the "Everybody Draw Muhammad Day" cartoon and "South Park" creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone. (Full Story)
Montreal – An important Islamic Conference is scheduled to take place in Montreal at the Palais des Congrès on ... (Full Story)
More Canadians are questioning whether immigration is benefitting the country, with Albertans and Ontarians voicing concern over the role of illegal immigrants in Canadian society, a new Angus Reid Public Opinion poll has found. (Full Story)
Canadian manufacturers produced 1.9 billion cigarettes in July, down 29.6% from June. (Full Story)
Ottawa (Canada) - A secret government document survey reveals the majority of successful Tamil refugees travel back to Sri Lanka, raising questions about the legitimacy of their refugee status. (Full Story)
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