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Walk 4 Salish Sea against Trans Mountain pipeline to cover 75km over four days

Demonstrators protesting the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion are continuing their four-day, 75-kilometre march today. The Walk 4 the Salish Sea is fundraising for indigenous court...

Flights cancelled out of London as UK settles with lowered terror threat level

British Airways cancelled all flights from London's Heathrow and Gatwick airports Saturday as a global IT failure caused severe disruption for travellers on a...

Fatal stabbing in Portland believed to be hate-crime

Authorities on Saturday identified a 35-year-old Portland man as the suspect in the fatal stabbing of two people on a Portland light-rail train in...

Trinket hunters blamed for targeting ghost town cemetery in southern B.C.

COALMONT, B.C. — Someone is digging holes in the cemetery of a ghost town in southern British Columbia and a member of the local historical society believes it's the...

Kinder Morgan moving ahead with Trans Mountain expansion

Despite the unfavourable political climate in BC, Kinder Morgan will be going ahead with the $7.4-billion Trans Mountain pipeline expansion. The Texas-based company announced yesterday...

Alberta kidnapping victim in South Carolina jumps through glass window

Police in the United States say an Alberta woman being held against her will in a trailer in South Carolina jumped through a plate glass window to...

Free trade, climate among issues on Trudeau agenda at G7 summit in Italy

TAORMINA, Italy — Canada intends to champion the benefits of free trade and action on climate change at the G7 summit, which got underway Friday in Sicily —...

Overcoming the stigma around addiction and treatment facilities

POWELL RIVER, B.C. — Dan puts his fork down and smiles as he explains to his three lunch companions what it's like when people learn he has...

Trailblazing B.C. politician Grace McCarthy dies at age 89

VANCOUVER — Grace McCarthy, a former Social Credit cabinet minister in British Columbia who blazed a trail for women in politics and business, has died. She was...

Hungry Newfoundland moose destroys Maple Leaf tulip display: ‘A giant salad bar’

ST. JOHN'S, N.L. — In a clash of Canadian icons, a hungry Newfoundland moose destroyed a Maple Leaf tulip display planted to mark Canada 150 celebrations. The...
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