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Here’s what you need to know about those red-light cameras

Petronas cancels $11.4-billion LNG project near Prince Rupert

Obituary: Tom Harris, owner of car dealerships and cellphone stores

Tornado touches down near Breton, Alberta Thursday night

What 3 legal minds think about the Omar Khadr settlement

California wildfire evacuations and extenivve damage to the power grid

BC declares state of emergency as wildfires burn out of control

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Canadian government formally apologizes to Omer Khadr

Use of super-powerful opioids by drivers a growing concern in some areas

2 navy members linked to Canada Day incident at Indigenous ceremony in Halifax. ‘We are quite seized by the matter and are looking into this further,’ says National Defence spokesperson

Premier-designate John Horgan looks forward to 'new kind of leadership'

NDP to form new BC government, Liberals out after 16 years

NDP to introduce throne speech confidence motion Monday, vote likely Thursday. A Monday vote would require the unanimous consent of all members of the legislature


Photos: Kerrisdale fire destroys several businesses

Drug companies reveal info on gifts to doctors

Premie Christy Clark is promising to change course on several contentious issues in the upcoming speech from the throne in the B.C.

Federal government to push provinces to keep marijuana taxation rates low: report


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Renewed tensions between Cuba and U.S. won’t impact Canada, says Justin Trudeau - Friday June 16, 06:08 PM
It will be business as usual for Canada and Cuba despite a renewed hardening of relations between the communist island nation and the United States, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said Friday.


Calgary man at centre of Canada Creep Calgary man at centre of Canada Creep case faces child pornograpy charges

Environmentalist with BC ties fired in Alberta. Tzeporah Berman has been let go from her position on Alberta’s Oil Sands Advisory Group

Netflix tax? Trudeau says no to MPs’ proposed broadband internet levy. Parliamentary committee recommending 5% tax to boost struggling media industry

Finger pointing further threatens life of minority government

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Environment minister says report claiming Trudeau has ‘switched to appeasement’ of Trump is incorrect

BC NDP, poised for power, preparing for snap election

Record breaking 3 Green MLAs sworn into B.C. Legislature

Wed, 7 Jun 2017 21:20:09 EDT - For the first time in Canadian history, three Green Party representatives have been sworn into a provincial legislature. In a ceremony in the B.C. Legislative chambers in Victoria, Andrew Weaver, Sonia Furstenau and Adam Olsen took their place in the history books.


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Liberals to lay out foreign policy vision in major speech. His name may not even appear in the text of the speech, but U.S. President Donald Trump and his policies are expected to cast a long shadow over what Foreign Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland says on Tuesday in the Liberal government’s first major foreign policy statement.

Liberals to lay out foreign policy vision in major speech. His name may not even appear in the text of the speech, but U.S. President Donald Trump and his policies are expected to cast a long shadow over what Foreign Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland says on Tuesday in the Liberal government's first major foreign policy statement.

Updated: May 31, 2017 7:29 am - Nova Scotia 2017 election results: Stephen McNeil’s Liberals elected to second straight majority

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B.C. NDP, Green alliance to focus on banning big money, electoral reform and stopping Kinder Morgan. May 2017 17:00:00 EDT - The NDP and Greens have agreed to work together to ban union and corporate donations, hold a referendum on electoral reform and to stop the Kinder Morgan pipeline expansion. Read More

Check your pantry: more flour brands added to national flour recall list. Recall list now includes bread flours, atta flour and sooji flour from Robin Hood, Golden Temple

Procter & Gamble to shut Brockville plant, 480 jobs lost.

Canada’s training plan for UN troops will be a departure from classic peacekeeping

West Texas oil boom threatens recovery in Canadian oilpatch. Big Oil’s rush into West Texas is keeping a lid on prices and the oil world off balance

It appears BC has its first minority government in 65 years

NDP, Liberals neck and neck in B.C. polls, but Christy Clark could have edge. Regional distribution, leadership and turnout may give B.C. Liberals the advantage

Canada considers retaliation for US tariff on softwood lumber. Canada is considering multiple trade actions against the US in response to tariffs on softwood lumber. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said on Friday he was considering banning US coal exports in response to the "unfair" tax on Canadian lumber

Some inmates in a provincial Saskatchewan prison have launched a labour strike after their daily wages were slashed. New Saskatchewan budget cuts have reduced previous working wages for provincial inmates from $3 a day to $1 a day

Autopsies show Ontario woman and boyfriend were strangled in Belize. The couple had been missing since leaving a bar on the night of April 25

B.C. Liberals threaten thermal coal levy in retaliation for U.S. softwood dispute. Levy would make thermal coal shipments through B.C. ‘utterly uncompetitive,’ hurting U.S. and Alberta exports

Bodies of missing Canadian, American found in Belize: friends

Mag 7 quake hits Yukon, Alaska, northern B.C.

State of emergency, landslide risk in Kamloops forces people from homes

South Korea closes B.C. school: 14 teachers caught in ‘bureaucratic nightmare’. ‘We have been treated like criminals’: Move raises questions for other B.C. offshore schools

BREAKING: Trump tells Canada, Mexico he won’t terminate NAFTA - The White House says US President Donald Trump has told both Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Mexico’s president that he has agreed not to terminate the North American Free Trade Agreement at this time.

Kevin O’Leary drops out of leadership race

Concerns about job losses as US imposes tariffs on softwood lumber

One soldier has been killed and three others have been injured in a training accident at a Canadian Forces Base at Wainwright in northern Alberta.

B.C. New Democrats make polling gains on eve of crucial debate

Number of asylum seekers fleeing to Canada from the US in the wake of Trump’s immigration crackdown has tripled as the weather warms up

Canadian jets intercept Russian bombers, 1st time since 2014

One dead after bus crash near Quesnel. One person is dead and seven others are injured after a crash involving a Greyhound bus on Highway 97 near Quesnel. The bus was enroute from Clinton to Prince George when the crash happened around 5PM.

2 confirmed dead after logging train derails on Vancouver Island

Canada’s Trudeau defends dairy system after Trump blast

How big money corrupts politics: BC’s Wild West of campaign funding needs reform (Elizabeth Murphy, Common Ground, April 2017)

Omar Khadr’s criminal record in Canada shows ‘absolute ignorance,’ lawyer say

Canada risks wrath of Trump if it doesn’t boost defence cash: senators

Technician’s chartered seaplane raises questions about Trudeau’s use of Aga Khan’s helicopter

After Vimy: Did Canada really find its independence in 1922 battle it refused to fight?
The Chanak Affair: 5 years after WWI, Canada finally said no to participating in one of Britain’s wars.

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Trudeau says Assad must go following ‘bloody actions’ against civilians- Mon, 10 Apr 2017 10:06:02 EDT
Canada is open to increasing its sanctions against Russia and believes there’s no place for Syria’s president in the future of the war-ravaged country, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said Monday.

WATCH: Trudeau was briefed before US missile attacks on Syria

BREAKING: Large power outage in North Vancouver - There is an outage affecting about 12,000 customers on the North Shore. BC Hydro is blaming a substation fault. No word on when power will be restored.

WATCH: Trudeau was briefed before US missile attacks on Syria

BREAKING: Large power outage in North Vancouver - There is an outage affecting about 12,000 customers on the North Shore. BC Hydro is blaming a substation fault. No word on when power will be restored.

Fire in White Rock forces residents from their homes, damages restaurant

Huge crash on the Coquihala involving 9 vehicles, by Merrit

Youth at risk of unemployment with future entry-level jobs replaced by automation   Read More


Carbon monoxide likely cause of four deaths near Ashcroft: Coroner. The BC Coroners Service suspects carbon monoxide gas is to blame after four people, including two kids, were found dead in a home near Ashcroft, Friday. The service has ruled out foul play.


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