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Duffy’s lawsuit sought more than $7.8 million from the upper chamber
A public-safety ministry document indicats terrorist threats to Canada included a section on Sikh extremism for the first time
Alleged theft from a sex shop in Newfoundland led to posts on social media
Heavy winds have thousands of B.C. Hydro customers without power
An off-duty VicPD officer was involved in the crash
Provincial tests are also being changed for students in Grade 10 to 12, the Education Ministry said
Crown Corporation said it will be submitting its next basic rate application to the British Columbia Utilities Commission Friday
‘I was just praying someone would come along’
Reconciliation between Canada and First Nations is playing out not only in legislatures and courtrooms but in labs across the country
Forecasters are calling for strong winds up to 90km/h for some areas
Tsawwassen to Swartz Bay, Horseshoe Bay to Departure Bay, and Duke Point to Tsawwassen among closures
The resort’s original opening day was delayed due to lack of snow
BC Hydro study finds a third of British Columbians may be putting themselves at risk
William Talbott II, 55, is charged with two counts of aggravated first-degree murder
European Union leaders have offered Theresa May sympathy but no promises, as the British prime minister seeks a lifeline.
The agency says winds in coastal areas will strengthen up to 70 kilometres an hour before the front moves inland and gusts reach 90 kilometres an hour.
Stephen Harper’s Conservative government made the charges mandatory in 2013.
Tourism Minister Melanie Joly’s office says Canada and China have mutually agreed to postpone a closing ceremony next week.
A police spokesman said the emails were the same as those received elsewhere in North America
7 more being held by police in shooting investigation