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Canadians say vaccination proof must be required of all travellers: poll

Ottawa: A new poll suggests a majority of Canadians say proof of vaccination should be required of all essential and non-essential travellers. Fifty-eight per cent...

Kareena calls sister Karisma her ‘backbone’

Mumbai: Actor Karisma Kapoor was seen participating in this weekend's Indian Idol 12 episode as a special guest. she was surprised with a video...

Dhawan’s 86 gives India easy win v Sri Lanka in 1st...

Colombo (AP): Captain Shikhar Dhawan hit an unbeaten 86 and debutant Ishan Kishan stroked 59 to lead India to a seven-wicket win over Sri...

A 13 year old boy is dead after being found unconscious...

Montreal (The Canadian Press): A 13-year-old boy has died after he was found unconscious at a Montreal public pool. An emergency call was placed around...

B.C. says accommodations for wildfire evacuees are filling up as evacuations...

Victoria (The Canadian Press): British Columbia's government says accommodations for wildfire evacuees are filling up as the flames and smoke from numerous blazes spread,...

In U turn, UK’s Johnson to quarantine after COVID-19 contact

London (AP):  British Prime Minister Boris Johnson will spend 10 days self-isolating after contact with a confirmed coronavirus case, his office said Sunday reversing...

Premier’s statement on Eid al-Adha

Victoria: Premier John Horgan has issued the following statement in honour of Eid al-Adha: "Today, we join Muslim communities in British Columbia and around the...

Canada to donate 17.7M doses of AstraZeneca and raise money for...

Ottawa: Canada will donate nearly 18 million doses of the Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine to poorer countries, but is keeping millions of extra doses of mRNA...

Minister’s statement on Kelowna crane incident

Harry Bains, Minister of Labour, has issued the following statement: "I am deeply saddened to hear about the terrible incident involving a construction crane in...

Emergency operations centres investments benefit B.C. communities

Local governments and First Nations in 54 communities have been approved to receive their share of more than $1.8 million in provincial emergency preparedness...

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