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Kenney gains seat to tackle Notley head to head in legislature...

Jason Kenney says his United Conservative Party is on track to defeat the NDP's "job-killing, socialist government" in Alberta's 2019 election, after a resounding...

Firm that investigated Ghomeshi claims now probing allegations of inappropriate behaviour...

A high-profile employment law firm has been tapped to investigate claims of inappropriate behaviour within the Prime Minister's Office. Janice Rubin's firm, Rubin Thomlinson...

Kelowna jail guards’ strike attempt quashed by Labour Relations Board

Employer says union failed to give strike notice properly and violated essential services provisions.Powered by WPeMatico

B.C. lawyer tapped to help shape National Council for Reconciliation

A Vancouver lawyer and specialist in Indigenous rights law has been appointed to a new federal interim board of directors for the National Council...

Tentative plea deal reached for Winnipeg-based pharmacy accused of selling counterfeit...

The agreement, which still has to be approved by a U.S. district court in Montana, would see Canada Drugs and two subsidiaries plead guilty,...

B.C. victims of government-funded brainwashing experiments want apology

Two B.C. residents are speaking out about the price they paid for brainwashing experiments done by researchers at the Allan Memorial Institute in Montreal...

2 bodies found in Toronto home of Apotex founder Barry Sherman

Two people have been found dead in the Toronto home of Barry Sherman, founder of Canadian pharmaceutical giant Apotex.Powered by WPeMatico

Judge temporarily blocks new Trump rules on birth control

A federal judge in Philadelphia has ordered the Trump administration not to enforce new rules that could significantly reduce women's access to free birth...

Driverless vehicles could be tested on downtown Calgary streets at night,...

City engineers and local businesses have asked to test autonomous vehicles — ones that run without a human driver — on roads that are...

Former Kamloops, B.C., city councillor Marg Spina dies

Former Kamloops, B.C., city councillor Marg Spina died Friday morning after a year-long battle with cancer.Powered by WPeMatico

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