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Wildfire forces evacuations, threatens structures near Kamloops, B.C.

KAMLOOPS, B.C. — A rapidly-moving wildfire has forced people to flee dozens of properties east of Kamloops, B.C. The Thompson-Nicola Regional District issued an evacuation order for 39 properties in...

Still no arrest in decade-old disappearance, slaying of Cedrika Provencher

MONTREAL — It has been a decade since his granddaughter's disappearance and eventual slaying, but the wounds are still fresh for Henri Provencher. Cedrika Provencher, a nine-year-old freckle-faced redhead...

McDavid disappointed at NHL decision to not participate in 2018 Olympic Games

TORONTO — Edmonton Oilers captain Connor McDavid says he's disappointed that the NHL won't be sending players to the Winter Olympic in South Korea next year. He told...

Calgary Pride: Police can participate in parade, but not in uniform

Calgary Pride says it's encouraging police officers to take part in its annual parade in September — under some conditions. The group says police can participate as long as it's...

Loblaw expects higher minimum wage rules will increase its labour costs by $190M

TORONTO — Loblaw Companies Ltd. (TSX:L), Canada's largest grocery and drug store operator, warned Wednesday that minimum wage increases in Ontario and Alberta threaten to harm...

Man convicted in Via Rail terror plot seeks to appeal sentence

TORONTO — A man found guilty of plotting to derail a passenger train between Canada and the U.S. is seeking to appeal his sentence as well...

‘Why Can’t He Be Our President?’ Justin Trudeau on the cover of Rolling Stone

TORONTO — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau graces the cover of the latest issue of Rolling Stone magazine accompanied by a provocative headline: "Why Can't He Be...

New wildfire evacuation order in B.C., affects handful of Clinton-area homes

KAMLOOPS, B.C. — For the first time in days, a new evacuation order has been issued for homes near one of the scores of wildfires raging in...

B.C.’s new attorney general says province won’t delay Trans Mountain permits

VANCOUVER — British Columbia's attorney general says the NDP government will not artificially delay permits for the Trans Mountain pipeline, despite the premier's vow to use...

Trudeau insists NAFTA must have dispute mechanism despite US demands it be eliminated

OTTAWA — Any renewal of the North American Free Trade Agreement will have to include a fair process to resolve disputes, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said...
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