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National Day of Remembrance and Action on Violence Against Women marked across Canada
Justice Jennifer Duncan ruled the sexual assault took place and the province is liable
Darryl Plecas says he’ll resign if financial audits being done don’t result in outrage from the public and taxpayers.
Incident won’t be referred to Crown counsel for consideration of charges
Cameron Cole and Charles Patrick of Kamloops have been charged, but remain at large
Pamela Morgan collapsed in Semiahmoo Shopping Centre and Cameron Hubley was there to help
Marine-based tourism generates more than $1.2 billion to B.C.’s economy each year
A First Nations chief said First Nations people have not had positive relationships with Conservative governments
All members were in stable condition before being transported
RCMP said the boat operator was ‘grossly impaired and an open container of liquor was located nearby’
Justice Department says the U.S. is seeking Meng Wanzhou’s extradition, but is not providing further details
Of the 476 people slain in a domestic homicide during that time, new report found 76 per cent of them were women or girls
The price of both benchmark U.S. crude and the standard for internationally traded oil fell 22 per cent in November.
Chinese officials are demanding Canada release Huawei Technologies’ chief financial officer Meng Wanzhou, who was arrested in Vancouver over the weekend.
The federal cybersecurity centre says foreign countries are very likely to try to advance their agendas in 2019.
Labour Minister Patty Hajdu says the change — made after informal consultations over the past few months — should clear up concerns
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is bracing for a barrage of criticism from premiers upset about the federal approach to pipelines, carbon taxation, environmental assessments, and more
GoFundMe and two fundraisers planned to help spouse and children aged, three, five and seven
Cynthia Day arrested Wednesday protesting rock wall removal
District says disruption an ‘ongoing, growing and more wide-spread’ issue in south-end schools