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Morgan Jul 31
33 years ago today an F4 tornado ripped through the east side of Edmonton. It killed 27, injured over 300 and caused hundreds of millions in damage, making it the second most deadliest tornado to ever hit Canada. It’s a day that Edmontians will always remember.
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Chain Store Guide Jul 30
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cyber Monday 22h
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Amazingly Free Stuff 8h
is coming soon! Get some extra cash for all those deals today!
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Crystallize 49m
Are you ready for Black Friday? We tested with throughput of 1 million orders per hour🏎😎
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Prairie Storm Chasers Jul 31
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Dinah Hoyt Taylor Aug 1
Shopping for that special someone?
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cyber Monday Jul 31
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Patch (Adams) 🐾 Jul 31
33 years ago today my sister and I survived this F4. It literally went over us as we cowered under an overpass on 76th ave near 50th st. It was 310 pm when I spotted in my rear view. "Edmonton tornado" on :
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Pearl Diver 🌊 9h
Replying to @manyuchi20
Black T.shirts every Friday till the goal is archived.
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Zyniker Aug 2
Cant wait for this year.
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Is It Black Friday Yet? Aug 2
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Merry Snider Aug 1
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EQB Aug 1
Today .. Marks the 6th anniversary of Rafah carnage known as “” 🔸 assault on Rafah in the southern Gaza Strip on Aug. 1, 2014, was one of the deadliest episodes in the 51-day war that summer. 🔸 135 Palestinians were killed within the space of a few hours
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Caribbean Community Creating Change Jul 31
feature: Hair Care - by Keya James BBC, by Scarlett Rocourt
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WORLDCITIZEN Jul 31
Me looking at the selection during their half off sale ❤️
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Headcount.io Jul 31
... and who your true leaders are...
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Edmonton Police Jul 31
Thirty-three years ago today, we experienced the devastating impacts of Black Friday. We take a moment to remember the lives lost and all first responders who assisted to help the people who experienced this tragedy.
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JayIsPainting Jul 31
Of all of the things I remember about the 1987 tornado, this oil storage tank being flipped upside down is the image that sticks with me. Human in lower left for scale.
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TheXquisiteStore Jul 28
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