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Judgment Day: BC Liberal tactics set up difficult decision for lieutenant governor - CBC.ca;

Judgment Day: BC Liberal tactics set up difficult decision for lieutenant governor - CBC.ca

CBC.caJudgment Day: BC Liberal tactics set up difficult decision for lieutenant governorCBC.caIt will likely be the most crucial political decision Lt.-Gov. Judith Guichon ever has to make. If the B.C. Liberals lose the confidence of the house today, she will decide to either dissolve parliament and thrust the province into an election or ask ...BC Liberals expected to be toppled in confidence voteCTV NewsChristy Clark says she doesn't see 'a path forward' for proposed minority governmentThe Globe and MailLes Leyne: Lots of cash, but who will spend it?Times ColonistTheTyee.ca -Vancouver Sun -The Province -Prince George Citizenall 94 news articles »

Ceremonial teepee going up on Parliament Hill after opposition from police - CBC.ca;

Ceremonial teepee going up on Parliament Hill after opposition from police - CBC.ca

CBC.caCeremonial teepee going up on Parliament Hill after opposition from policeCBC.caDemonstrator tells me she is content the ceremony was able to continue but people are not happy the teepee isn't on Parliament Hill grounds. pic.twitter.com/jpOYBpt34d. — @eskura. A group of Indigenous people and supporters headed to Parliament Hill ...Canada 150 protesters erect teepee on Parliament HillCTV NewsIndigenous protesters in Ottawa erect teepee on Parliament Hill to counter Canada 150 celebrationsOttawa CitizenIndigenous demonstrators erect teepee on Parliament Hill to protest Canada DayCityNewsMetroNews Canada -National Post -WIONall 12 news articles »

Man drowns in rafting accident on Penticton River channel - CBC.ca;

Man drowns in rafting accident on Penticton River channel - CBC.ca

CBC.caMan drowns in rafting accident on Penticton River channelCBC.caA 20-year-old man has drowned following a rafting accident in Penticton River channel on Wednesday afternoon. The man and four friends were floating down the river on a raft when it got stuck at a bridge, according to police. The other passengers ...Drowning in Penticton channelGlobalnews.caEmergency services called to possible drowning on ChannelPentiction Western NewsMan drowns in channelCastanet.netInfoTel News Ltd -The Daily Courier (subscription)all 9 news articles »

Synergy Centre, library/art gallery to evaluate downtown locations - CBC.ca;

Synergy Centre, library/art gallery to evaluate downtown locations - CBC.ca

CBC.caSynergy Centre, library/art gallery to evaluate downtown locationsCBC.caPresentations to Sudbury city council on Wednesday had a specific, but familiar theme: revitalize the downtown. An urgent topic, considering councillors voted to have a new arena on the Kingsway, in the eastern part of the city, rather than in the city ...TNS pledges to work with stakeholdersThe Sudbury StarCity backs $63M Synergy CentreSudbury.comall 12 news articles »

Arrest made in morning crime spree that included shootings, carjackings and a police pursuit - CTV News;

Arrest made in morning crime spree that included shootings, carjackings and a police pursuit - CTV News

CTV NewsArrest made in morning crime spree that included shootings, carjackings and a police pursuitCTV NewsA 32-year-old man at the helm of a dramatic police pursuit on Highway 400 this morning allegedly shot his own brother before embarking on a spree of violent carjackings. The waterfall of events started at 2 a.m. Wednesday on Hertzberg Gardens, a ...Shooting leads to pursuit up Hwy. 400Toronto SunShooting suspect identified after police chase on Hwy. 400Toronto StarToronto shooting, carjacking suspect surrenders in Orillia after police chase680 NewsinsideTORONTO.com -CHCH News -durhamregion.com -BayTodayall 39 news articles »

Damaged plane lands safely - Castanet.net;

Damaged plane lands safely - Castanet.net

Castanet.netDamaged plane lands safelyCastanet.netA plane with just one engine landed without incident at Kelowna International Airport Wednesday afternoon. A call came into the tower shortly after 2:30 p.m. indicating one of the engines on a Cessna Citation had stopped working. Kelowna fire ...and more »

Longtime city bureaucrat appointed as Ward 44 councillor - CTV News;

Longtime city bureaucrat appointed as Ward 44 councillor - CTV News

CTV NewsLongtime city bureaucrat appointed as Ward 44 councillorCTV NewsA longtime city bureaucrat who worked in the office of the late Ron Moeser has been appointed as the new councillor for Ward 44. Jim Hart received 27 votes following a day-long debate at city hall on Wednesday. He was one of 47 candidates who applied ...Former city bureaucrat Jim Hart appointed to Ward 44 seatToronto StarJim Hart wins Ward 44 councillor spotToronto SunJim Hart appointed as Scarborough-East councillor in landslide voteCBC.caGlobalnews.ca -680 News -insideTORONTO.comall 12 news articles »

Province quietly doles out big cheque for new Kelowna tourist information centre - Globalnews.ca;

Province quietly doles out big cheque for new Kelowna tourist information centre - Globalnews.ca

Globalnews.caProvince quietly doles out big cheque for new Kelowna tourist information centreGlobalnews.caNo press release, no big announcement, instead the provincial government has quietly handed over a big cheque to help fund the controversial new tourist information centre in Kelowna. The $2.8 million building will be constructed on Kelowna's ...BC money for new Kelowna visitor centreKelowna Capital NewsVisitor Centre gets grantCastanet.netVisitor centre receives $500000 provincial grantThe Daily Courier (subscription)InfoTel News Ltdall 6 news articles »

Liberals meeting fiscal goals, but inherited $18B baseline deficit, Trudeau says - CBC.ca;

Liberals meeting fiscal goals, but inherited $18B baseline deficit, Trudeau says - CBC.ca

CBC.caLiberals meeting fiscal goals, but inherited $18B baseline deficit, Trudeau saysCBC.caPrime Minister Justin Trudeau insisted Tuesday that his Liberal government has been keeping its promise to be fiscally responsible and blamed the previous Conservative administration for being at least partly responsible for higher-than-expected deficits.The Tuesday news briefing: An at-a-glance survey of some top storiesNational PostIndigenous communities have to lead before Ottawa hands over funding, says Justin TrudeauGlobalnews.caGovernment meeting fiscal goals, inherited $18B budget deficit floor: TrudeauCP24 Toronto's Breaking NewsToronto Star -MetroNews Canada -CTV News -The Globe and Mailall 58 news articles »

More sex charges for Brampton teacher accused of relationships with students - CTV News;

More sex charges for Brampton teacher accused of relationships with students - CTV News

CTV NewsMore sex charges for Brampton teacher accused of relationships with studentsCTV NewsNew accusations have been made against a Brampton high school teacher previously charged for allegedly maintaining a relationship with a teen student. Peel Regional Police had previously accused the teacher of having a consensual relationship with a ...Brampton gym teacher facing additional sex charges: policeGlobalnews.caBrampton high school teacher facing new sex assault chargesCP24 Toronto's Breaking News2 charged after man seriously injured in beating near Brampton schoolCBC.caToronto Star -National Post -CityNews -insauga.comall 12 news articles »

Alberta parents show declining preference for public schools - Calgary Sun;

Alberta parents show declining preference for public schools - Calgary Sun

Calgary SunAlberta parents show declining preference for public schoolsCalgary SunAs families prepare to break for the summer holidays, it's worth noting that public school enrolment in Alberta is on the decline. Alberta is widely known, nationally and internationally, for leading Canada in the number of schooling options available ...BC leading rise in private school enrolment across CanadaCBC.caOne in eight BC kids enrolled in independent schools: reportNanaimo News BulletinMore parents turning away from public school systemToronto Sun660 News -Canada Free Pressall 7 news articles »

Manitoba RCMP respond to 'potentially violent' armed man in Portage la Prairie - Globalnews.ca;

Manitoba RCMP respond to 'potentially violent' armed man in Portage la Prairie - Globalnews.ca

Globalnews.caManitoba RCMP respond to 'potentially violent' armed man in Portage la PrairieGlobalnews.caManitoba RCMP are dealing with a “potentially violent” armed man on the loose in the Portage la Prairie area. According to an RCMP news release shortly after 4 p.m. officers responded to reports of a stolen vehicle entering their “detachment area.RCMP search for armed man in Portage la Prairie, warn residents to lock doorsCBC.caPortage la Prairie residents asked to stay in homes as police search for armed suspectCTV NewsPortage la Prairie RCMP warn of 'potentially violent' man on loose after robberyMetroNews CanadaWinnipeg Free Press -National Post -Portage Daily Graphic -ChrisD.caall 8 news articles »

'It has taken a lot longer than hoped': Crombie says 25 families still displaced one year after Mississauga blast - CTV News;

'It has taken a lot longer than hoped': Crombie says 25 families still displaced one year after Mississauga blast - CTV News

CTV News'It has taken a lot longer than hoped': Crombie says 25 families still displaced one year after Mississauga blastCTV NewsTomorrow marks the one year anniversary of a massive blast that shook a Mississauga community and Mayor Bonnie Crombie said it has taken longer than anticipated to get residents back in their destroyed homes. Speaking at a news conference on ...1 year later Mississauga blast site sold, but some 25 families still displacedCBC.caResidents still displaced from 25 homes one year after Mississauga explosionCP24 Toronto's Breaking News25 homes remain displaced one year after Mississauga house explosionToronto StarGlobalnews.ca -insauga.comall 9 news articles »

Kelowna woman charged with threatening BC Premier Christy Clark and MLA - CBC.ca;

Kelowna woman charged with threatening BC Premier Christy Clark and MLA - CBC.ca

CBC.caKelowna woman charged with threatening BC Premier Christy Clark and MLACBC.caA Kelowna-area woman has been charged with threatening B.C. Premier Christy Clark and MLA Steve Thomson during the recent election campaign. Pavla Janeckova is facing two charges of uttering threats to cause death or bodily harm on or about April 30, ...Woman charged for threatening to harm BC Premier Christy Clark and Speaker Steve ThomsonStraight.comCharges over death threats to BC premier, speakerToronto SunOkanagan woman charged following alleged threats against Christy Clark and Steve ThomsonGlobalnews.caNational Post -Huffington Post Canada -InfoTel News Ltd -Kelowna Capital Newsall 22 news articles »

Joe Smyth used 'appropriate force in self-defence,' says report into Dunphy shooting - CBC.ca;

Joe Smyth used 'appropriate force in self-defence,' says report into Dunphy shooting - CBC.ca

CBC.caJoe Smyth used 'appropriate force in self-defence,' says report into Dunphy shootingCBC.caThe report of a judicial inquiry into the 2015 shooting death of Don Dunphy by a Royal Newfoundland Constabulary officer has concluded that the officer used appropriate force. Inquiry commissioner Leo Barry submitted his report to Andrew Parsons ...Use of force was appropriate: inquiry report into Newfoundland police shootingCTV NewsUse of force was appropriate: report into Newfoundland police shooting deathNational PostDunphy Inquiry Report ReleasedVOCMall 9 news articles »

Shots fired outside home connected to murdered Hamilton mobster - CTV News;

Shots fired outside home connected to murdered Hamilton mobster - CTV News

CTV NewsShots fired outside home connected to murdered Hamilton mobsterCTV NewsAssailants have once again targeted the Musitano family, this time in Hamilton. Police confirmed multiple shots were fired outside a home in Hamilton Tuesday that is connected to the notorious family. This is less than two months after Angelo Musitano, ...Hamilton home of mobster Musitano riddled with bulletsToronto SunHamilton home of Mafia boss Pat Musitano shot repeatedly during the nightNational PostShots fired into home of mobster Pat MusitanoCBC.caGlobalnews.ca -Hamilton Spectator -MetroNews Canada -680 Newsall 11 news articles »

Canna Clinic raids turned up hundreds of kilograms of pot products, more than $350K cash - CBC.ca;

Canna Clinic raids turned up hundreds of kilograms of pot products, more than $350K cash - CBC.ca

CBC.caCanna Clinic raids turned up hundreds of kilograms of pot products, more than $350K cashCBC.caEarly morning raids at several Canna Clinic locations in Toronto and Vancouver last week ended with the seizure of 200 kg of marijuana and related products, as well as over $350,000 in cash, Toronto police allege. The raids were carried out last ...Police seize large quantity of marijuana products, cash during Canna Clinic raidsCTV News80 Canna Clinic marijuana dispensary employees charged after raids in Toronto, VancouverGlobalnews.caProject Lincoln: Two Vancouver women arrested as part of last week's dispensary raids in TorontoStraight.comCP24 Toronto's Breaking News -insideTORONTO.comall 6 news articles »

Ashton Dickson: Much more than just a star football player - Ottawa Citizen;

Ashton Dickson: Much more than just a star football player - Ottawa Citizen

Ottawa CitizenAshton Dickson: Much more than just a star football playerOttawa CitizenAshton Dickson was a finalist for the Hec Crighton award (given to Canadian college football's most outstanding player) in 2015, when he rushed for 866 yards with five touchdowns and 1,320 all-purpose yards. Wayne Cuddington / The Ottawa Citizen.Former university football star Ashton Dickson fatally shot in OttawaCTV News'Senseless': Football star ID'd as victim of fatal Rideau Street shootingCBC.caRideau street shooting leaves one man deadOttawa SunMetroNews Canada -Local Xpressall 9 news articles »

Liberal government waiting for more details on Trump travel ban decision - CBC.ca;

Liberal government waiting for more details on Trump travel ban decision - CBC.ca

CBC.caLiberal government waiting for more details on Trump travel ban decisionCBC.caThe Trudeau government is waiting for more details after the U.S. Supreme Court on Monday partially reinstated President Donald Trump's ban on travellers from six mainly Muslim countries. But a spokesman for Immigration Minister Ahmed Hussen said dual ...Canada waiting to comment on Donald Trump's travel banGlobalnews.caall 27 news articles »

BC Liberals' bill to ban corporate and union donations defeated by NDP and Greens - CBC.ca;

BC Liberals' bill to ban corporate and union donations defeated by NDP and Greens - CBC.ca

CBC.caBC Liberals' bill to ban corporate and union donations defeated by NDP and GreensCBC.caJust days before they face a historic defeat in the legislature, the B.C. Liberals were defeated by the NDP and Greens in an attempt to pass a bill to ban corporate and union donations from provincial politics. The Election Amendment Act, along with a ...Liberals expect defeat Thursday, but want to pass new campaign finance lawCTV NewsParliament's in summer mode but political machinations go on: HébertToronto StarGreens and NDP combine to vote down BC Liberal political finance billVancouver SunThe Globe and Mail -Times Colonist -Nanaimo News Bulletin -News1130all 52 news articles »