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Burnaby woman fined $5,000 in bear parts case
Yon Kim pleaded guilty in February to two counts of trafficking in bear gall bladders. She was sentenced on Tuesday in provincial court in Port Coquitlam. Two other charges of importing or exporting bear paws and unlawful possession of dead wildlife were
'This is who I am': the reinvention of Maher Arar
Maher Arar, the Canadian engineer who was wrongly accused of having terrorist ties, sent to Syria, imprisoned and tortured, has returned to his entrepreneurial roots with a new venture and a new outlook.
Massive 'fire tornado' near Edmonton
Dramatic new video shows the shocking size of a massive 'fire tornado' in St. Albert, Alta., last week that forced a firefighter to jump into a river to escape the flames.
Ottawa clears up confusion over bank ‘bail-in’
The federal government is scrambling to clarify the language around its proposed “bail-in” scenario for Canadian banks in the event of a financial crisis, hoping to distance itself from the type of bail-in that occurred last week in debt-riddled Cyprus.
Why do the feds want Google to control your TV' |
Deep Throat’s advice to Woodward and Bernstein was never so true. If you want to understand what’s happening in politics, “follow the money.”
Consider this new FCC proposal to mandate rules for set-top boxes in your home. Even though you have never had
Canadians revel in Alberta's downfall, or do they'
Albertans are struggling as the energy industry continues to sputter. Making matters worse, there is a pervasive feeling that some Canadians enjoy watching the province's hard times. But does the rest of Canada really take pleasure in Alberta's pain?
LNG dream dying in B.C.'s gas fields
With oil and gas prices slumping and no shovel-ready LNG projects, B.C's once booming gas patch has slowed to a virtual halt, with the highest unemployment rate in the province.
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