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Vancouver's 4/20 organizer vows to go ahead without permit
The Vancouver Park Board voted against granting a special event permit for the city's annual 4/20 event. An organizer with Vancouver's 4/20 event has vowed to go ahead with it, even though the Vancouver Park Board voted against granting the organizers a s
B.C. farmer fined over 4 grizzly bear deaths
A B.C. farmer will have to pay $2,000 for failing to report the killing of a grizzly sow and its 3 cubs in a mountain valley between Prince George and Jasper in 2014. Baer, who raises Holstein dairy cows on his family farm, was eventually charged with six
Missing crewman presumed drowned after fishing boat capsizes
"The vessel shifted slightly, one of the crew members went down to the engine room to investigate and whatever happened was catastrophic," says coast guard official. It's believed the man who went to the engine room went down with the vessel.
No bidders make offers to buy Trump tower in Toronto
By Alastair Sharp TORONTO (Reuters) - The court-run sale of a downtown Toronto high-rise bearing the name of U.S. President Donald Trump received no initial bids and ownership will likely fall to its main debt holder, a letter from the receiver showed.
Canada set to extend military mission in Ukraine
Canada is officially extending its military training mission in Ukraine. Defence Minister Harjit Sajjan and Foreign Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland will outline how Canada's operation will be re-organized.
Small Alberta communities ask for help fighting crime
The mayors of two east-central Alberta communities are asking for help fighting an increase in crime. Amisk Mayor Bill Rock and Hardisty Mayor Anita Miller have approached the RCMP for help fighting crimes they say are making people worry in their communi
House panel to probe Trump’s wiretapping allegations
Congress will investigate President Trump’s claim that his phones were illegally tapped by the Obama administration, the House Intelligence Committee chair announced Sunday.
“One of the focus points of the House Intelligence Committee’s investigation i
Oilers able to hold off gritty Red Wings
They say revenge is a dish best served 11 years, six coaches, four first overall draft picks and a brand new arena later. That’s what they’re saying now, anyway, after the Edmonton Oilers finally got some payback on a Detroit Red Wings
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