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Wildlife Rescue Association staff and volunteers will spend their long weekend bathing and rehabilitating 14 ducks they rescued from a contaminated South Surrey pond.
Citizenship Department leaks to media probed by RCMP
The RCMP have been called in to investigate leaks of "sensitive" information from Citizenship and Immigration Canada, CBC News has learned. The probe comes after media stories based on internal documents leaked from the department have made waves in the f
Protester charges at Stephen Harper
SURREY, B.C. — A man ran towards Conservative Leader Stephen Harper during a rally in Surrey, B.C., on Thursday evening and was grabbed by RCMP officers before being taken away.
Conservatives defend temporary halt on some Syrian refugees
The Liberals and NDP are criticizing Stephen Harper for a temporary halt to the processing of one type of Syrian refugee earlier this year -- a decision the Conservatives say was needed to protect public safety, and make sure the right refugees were being
Potentially game-changing oil reserves discovered in Israel
After Israel complained for years that it was surrounded by oil-rich states but didn’t have a drop within its own borders, it appears there’s a big-time turnaround with the announcement Wednesday that massive oil reserves have been located in the Golan He
Hurricane Oho's remnants bearing down on B.C.
The remnants of Hurricane Oho are bearing down on B.C.'s West Coast, bringing the first of two rounds of heavy rain and strong winds forecast for the region between now and Sunday.
Five Toronto Blue Jays players got their start in Vancouver
Five Toronto Blue Jays players honed their game in Vancouver. Marcus Stroman, Roberto Osuna, Kevin Pillar, Dalton Pompey and Aaron Sanchez all developed their skills while wearing the uniform of the Vancouver Canadians at Nat Bailey Stadium.
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