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July 31, 2018  

The corporate climb: Stalled progress for women in Canadian C suites

TORONTO – None of Canada’s TSX 60 companies were

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July 31, 2018  

Vancouver moves to expropriate two hotels closed over ‘life safety concerns’

VANCOUVER – The City of Vancouver is moving to

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July 29, 2018  

B.C. firefighters repeatedly impeded by recreational boaters on Okanagan Lake

KELOWNA, B.C. – Though nearby wildfires are still wreaking

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July 29, 2018  

Ottawa considered speeding up new seatbelt rule after Broncos crash: documents

The father of a teen who died in a

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July 29, 2018  

Retired firefighter sues Halifax fire services, alleging racial discrimination

HALIFAX – A retired firefighter in Nova Scotia is

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July 27, 2018  

Political parties split on committee decision in speaker harassment complaint

FREDERICTON – A legislative committee in New Brunswick has

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July 27, 2018  

Offshore oil worker who tested positive for drug use ordered reinstated: court

ST. JOHN’S, N.L. – Newfoundland and Labrador’s highest court

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July 26, 2018  

Former Manitoba Liberal staffer loses human rights complaint over firing

WINNIPEG – The Manitoba Human Rights Commission has dismissed

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July 26, 2018  

Ousted president of B.C. Nurses’ Union sues for damages and to get job back

VANCOUVER – The former president of the B.C. Nurses’

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July 26, 2018  

Ammonia leak at Fernie, B.C., ice rink linked to aging equipment: report

VANCOUVER – Old equipment that continued to be used

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July 25, 2018  

Female patient stopped by police after driving off with ambulance in Montreal

MONTREAL – A female patient jumped into the front

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July 25, 2018  

Allegations against New Brunswick Speaker founded ‘in part’: committee

FREDERICTON – A legislative committee in New Brunswick has

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July 25, 2018  

Rail manager guilty in case of train left on B.C. mountainside without handbrakes

REVELSTOKE, B.C. – A manager with Canadian Pacific Railway

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July 24, 2018  

Incidents like Toronto mass shooting can leave psychological wounds: experts

TORONTO – Deadly incidents such as April’s van attack

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July 24, 2018  

Security forces scramble as man approaches ceremonial guard on Parliament Hill

OTTAWA – A 24-year-old man was taken into custody

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July 24, 2018  

Coroner’s inquest called into death of B.C. RCMP officer in Taser case

VICTORIA – A coroner’s inquest will be held into

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July 23, 2018  

Family of Toronto shooter says he suffered from severe mental illness

TORONTO – A 29-year-old man who went on a

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July 23, 2018  

Police, sheriffs vehicles, involved in sideswipe crash near Edmonton

LEDUC, Alta. – A number of people are in

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July 20, 2018  

Man facing multiple charges after Halifax bus struck by projectile

HALIFAX – A 31-year-old man faces a slew of

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July 20, 2018  

No easy ride for ride hailing in B.C. as province delays implementation again

VANCOUVER – The British Columbia government says it will