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Tables turn on Vancouver
B.C. Premier questioned by Chinese reporter on rockslide, protest threats from activists

Critics blast Ottawa plan to control rights reports
Government has moved to centralize control over the drafting of Canadian embassies' reports

Harper plans pre-election trips as Tories say Dion will 'cave'
Government is counting on lasting through the fall, senior Tory says

Ontario needs tax reform
Ontario's economy has been rocked by a series of events. How can the province's industry renew itself in this difficult situation?

Woman says she was 'bait' in HIV investigation
‘Jane Doe' alleges Hamilton, Ont., public health staff and police knew she was sleeping with known HIV patient, but didn't warn her

Critics voice concern over fuelling station plan
Whistler's hydrogen bus fleet is slated to fill up at a facility built over wetland, raising questions about the area's threatened ecosystems

Townhouses ruling has tony B.C. enclave up in arms
Shaughnessy Heights residents say development will destroy unique character of neighbourhood

Families' street brawl puts Montagues and Capulets to shame
Members of two Kitimat, B.C., families attack each other with fists, stones, a sword, a knife and a four-by-four plank of wood

Saskatchewan on high alert for pine beetle
Officials determined to keep northern part of province free of infestation, prevent spread through boreal forest

Zoning patchwork frustrates propane regulation
Despite city hall's promises, moving facilities away from residential areas may not take place until new bylaw is previewed next year