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Joi 'SJ' Harris was the first licensed African-American woman to actively compete in American Motorcyclist Association-sanctioned events. [Read More]
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Woman perished after motorcycle incident in Vancouver, Canadian Press reports. [Read More]
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The province's NDP government has hired a former judge to provide legal advice as it seeks intervenor status in legal challenges against the federal government's... [Read More]
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The province's NDP government has hired a former judge to provide legal advice as it seeks intervenor status in legal challenges against the federal government's... [Read More]
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In U.S. jurisdictions that have legalized recreational marijuana, some small towns have reaped the benefits... [Read More]
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One First Nation community in B.C. hit hard by resource losses sees an opportunity for an influx of jobs after a medical marijuana company moved... [Read More]
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Couples are heading to the altar faster than in the past, partly, experts say, to alleviate hurdles associated with being gay... [Read More]
The city is opening cooling centres, installing misting stations in public parks and adding temporary water fountains as temperatures are expected to push into the... [Read More]
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Attorney General David Eby says delays would likely lead to lawsuits for the provincial government. [Read More]
People have returned to 100 Mile House and its surrounding areas, Princeton, Cache Creek and Lac La Hache; evacuation orders have been downgraded to alerts... [Read More]
Kenneth Fenton, 29, had been drinking before he sped through a red light in his truck, slamming into RCMP Const. Sarah Beckett's cruiser in April... [Read More]
Twenty-nine-year-old Kenneth Fenton has also been banned from driving and prohibited from owning a weapon for 10 years... [Read More]
The province is much more susceptible to extreme fires than a few years ago, despite efforts to protect its forests. [Read More]
The head of the national inquiry into missing and murdered Indigenous women denies the process is drifting, saying she believes it's moving at "lightning speed." [Read More]
More than 200 criminal cases across the country have been tossed due to unreasonable delays since the Supreme Court of Canada's landmark Jordan decision one... [Read More]
The former RCMP employee appeared to grow frustrated as she was repeatedly pressed to explain the tone of the e-mails... [Read More]
Othman Hamdan has pleaded not guilty to encouraging murder, assault and mischief for terrorist purposes, as well as and instructing someone to carry out a... [Read More]
Othman Hamdan allegedly used his Facebook account to praise 'lone wolves' who committed violent attacks... [Read More]
The national inquiry heard its first public testimony in Whitehorse last week and commissioners will spend the summer preparing for the next hearings in the... [Read More]
Terry Ladue urged the commissioners to do more than just talk and to take action to elevate Indigenous people in society... [Read More]
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