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'Feeling squeezed out': Will a move to save Vancouver's housing past compromise its future?

Mon, 20 Feb 2017 05:00:16 EST

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In a city where "bulldozer-bait" homes can fetch close to $3 million, Vancouver's chief planner is faced with a choice that could shape the city for decades to come.




'Keep our kids from dying': Ottawa dad pens letter warning of overdoses

Sun, 19 Feb 2017 17:25:59 EST

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A father in Ottawa's Kanata neighbourhood says he's overwhelmed with the number of responses he's received to an open letter he wrote Friday that warned parents about a recent spate of drug overdoses in the community.




'We're all humans': U.S. border agent watches as asylum-seekers cross into Canada

Mon, 20 Feb 2017 17:44:09 EST

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Reporters on a media tour watch RCMP officers load a family with a baby, along with their bags and a baby carriage, into cruisers to take them to a nearby office for processing at Hemmingford, Que.




Man who rescued stranger from fire says he was thinking of his daughter

Mon, 20 Feb 2017 15:16:07 EST

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A woman in her 50s escaped from an apartment fire with minor burns thanks to the quick response of a man who happened to be passing by.




Vancouver Aquarium bringing back belugas despite mysterious deaths

Mon, 20 Feb 2017 16:25:33 EST

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After two belugas died within days of each other last year, there was speculation that could be the end of whales at the Vancouver Aquarium. But they're coming back — until 2029.




Boreal forest starting to bounce back from Fort McMurray wildfire

Mon, 20 Feb 2017 17:10:52 EST

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The drumming of black-backed woodpeckers is a sure sign the boreal forest is slowly bouncing back from the devastation caused by last spring's wildfire near Fort McMurray.




Alberta boy, 6, dies after plunge through ice

Mon, 20 Feb 2017 17:31:48 EST

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A young boy is dead and another is in hospital after the pair fell through the ice into the canal in the Airdrie, Alta., community of Bayside.




Former Canadian union leader Bob White dies

Mon, 20 Feb 2017 12:05:42 EST

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Bob White, the Canadian labour leader who led the Canadian Auto Workers union's split from its American counterpart and later became that union's founding president and the president of the Canadian Labour Congress, has died at age 81.




Montreal becomes 'sanctuary city' after unanimous vote

Mon, 20 Feb 2017 07:28:42 EST

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The City of Montreal unanimously approved a motion on Monday declaring itself a "sanctuary city" for unauthorized immigrants, promising undocumented people will be able to obtain services without fear of deportation.




'I feel bullied,' says condo owner taken to court over backyard garden items not allowed in bylaws

Mon, 20 Feb 2017 05:00:00 EST

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An Ontario woman says a dispute with her condo board and property management company over minor garden infractions has left her emotionally devastated and contemplating moving out.




'No Jews': Anti-Semitic notes left on doors at North York condominium

Mon, 20 Feb 2017 06:31:48 EST

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Toronto police have launched an investigation after the front doors of Jewish residents were vandalized and anti-Semitic notes left behind at a North York condominium.




'Honour a great man': Louis Riel's legacy gets its due

Mon, 20 Feb 2017 13:56:34 EST

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As Manitobans once again celebrate the annual statutory holiday named in Louis Riel's honour, many suggest different ways to honour his legacy — some in favour of exonerating him, others against, and still others proposing new ways to gain more national recognition for the man recently named the first leader of Manitoba.




Ottawa to overhaul victims' fund for families of murdered, missing children

Mon, 20 Feb 2017 06:42:14 EST

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A federal fund designed to give financial help to parents whose children have been murdered or gone missing has spent more than 14 times as much on administration costs as it has on actual grants.




Wilma Derksen talks revenge and forgiveness in new book 32 years after daughter's killing

Mon, 20 Feb 2017 18:17:20 EST

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From dark revenge fantasies to forgiveness, Wilma Derksen has written a new book dissecting what she has learned about healing in the 32 years after her daughter's abduction and murder.




How saying yes to free Wi-Fi could mean 'you are the product' for businesses

Mon, 20 Feb 2017 05:00:55 EST

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More businesses are turning to Wi-Fi marketing, whereby users give permission to be targeted with ads in exchange for free internet.