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Clement defends niqab ban at citizenship ceremonies, but not federal workplaces

The Canadian Press Ottawa: Treasury Board President Tony Clement says banning the wearing of face-covering veils during citizenship ceremonies is necessary to assert Canadian values...

Surrey RCMP officers support Pink Shirt Day

Surrey: On February 25th, Surrey RCMP officers visited local high schools across the city to raise awareness against bullying in support of Pink Shirt...

Container Trucking companies take Port Metro Vancouver to court

Ray Hudson Vancouver: Most of the trucking companies denied access to pick up and deliver containers at Port Metro Vancouver (PMV), following the port’s container...

Former B.C. man sues over ‘miscarriage of justice’ in wrongful conviction...

The Canadian Press Vancouver: A former British Columbia man whose sexual assault conviction was thrown out in what the Crown has called a ``miscarriage of...

Former B.C. man sues over 'miscarriage of justice' in wrongful conviction...

The Canadian Press Vancouver: A former British Columbia man whose sexual assault conviction was thrown out in what the Crown has called a ``miscarriage of...

Tim Hortons apologizes for owner who dumped water on homeless man...

The Canadian Press Vancouver: Tim Hortons has apologized after the owner of a Vancouver location was seen dumping a bucket of water on a homeless...

Avian influenza hits another backyard coop in B.C.: industry group

The Canadian Press CHILLIWACK: An industry group says a backyard chicken coop in B.C.'s Fraser Valley is the latest to be hit with avian influenza,...

Canadian MDs, many hesitant about assisted death, assessing Supreme Court ruling

By Helen Branswell, THE CANADIAN PRESS TORONTO: The Supreme Court's unanimous decision to allow doctor-assisted death in Canada has many physicians in the country warily...

30 years old suspect arrested in connection to 4 bank robberies...

Surrey: RCMP has arrested a Surrey male in connection to four bank robberies that occurred in the City of Surrey in January 2015. The robberies...

Port Metro Vancouver’s cutbacks leave 600 Truckers out of job

Emotions raw as Truckers seek answers from PMV on the cutback criteria by Ray Hudson Anger, Frustration and Shock were three of the raw emotions running...

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