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Jason Kenney to remain Alberta premier until new UCP leader...

Alberta Premier Jason Kenney, one day after announcing he was stepping down for the good of his United Conservative Party, will stay on until...

Telus bulking up reach in Western Canada with $34.5B investments in...

Vancouver: Telus Corp. says it will invest $17.5 billion in British Columbia and $17 billion in Alberta and create thousands of new jobs in...

British Columbians can access more in EV charger rebates

The Province and Natural Resources Canada (NRCan) are making it more affordable for people to install electric vehicle (EV) charging stations in their homes,...

BC premier says Canada Iran match will be ‘difficult time’...

Victoria: B.C. Premier John Horgan says he will “leave it to Soccer Canada’’ to explain the decision to host Iran in a soccer friendly...

Unmarked graves finding triggered Canada’s year of reckoning over residential schools

Kamloops: Percy Casper, 73, spent 10 years as a child at the former Kamloops Indian Residential School in British Columbia. He has spent the past...

PM says inviting Iran to Vancouver soccer friendly is not “a...

Canada Soccer, which has been riding a wave of goodwill since John Herdman’s team qualified in style for the World Cup, now finds itself...

Jobs, Economic Recovery and Innovation, Trade mission will showcase B.C.’s strong...

As the next step in the StrongerBC Economic Plan and as part of bringing good-paying jobs for people and families back to British Columbia,...

Dutch princess returns to Ottawa, where she was born during Second...

Ottawa: Princess Margriet of the Netherlands is visiting Ottawa, the city where she was born during the Second World War. The princess was born at...

Cybercrimes against children on the rise, including pandemic uptick, says StatCan

The rate of police-reported cybercrimes against children more than doubled over a seven-year period, a Statistics Canada report suggests, including an uptick in the...

Closing Roxham Road border crossing will not stop arrival of asylum...

Ottawa: Closing an unofficial border crossing in southern Quebec will not slow the arrival of asylum seekers, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said Thursday. “If we...

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