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: Today 54 staff — 29 from the newsroom — were laid off from the Vancouver Sun and Province

: The premier hopes public opinion will change once hydro cuts take effect this summer.

: Flood risk in Winnipeg is minor as the Red River is expected to crest by as much as 18 feet above normal levels at James Avenue.

: Police say they're looking into at least eight reports of counterfeit $20, $50 and $100 American bills distributed locally.

: Siri is programmed to automatically translate international emergency service lines to their local counterparts.

: Friend said the financial and moral support the family has received online is 'absolutely amazing.'

: Toronto landmarks are visible in clip of dystopian series coming to Hulu next month — and to Canada, maybe not anytime soon.

: The Beaver Bank resident fled on foot after the collision but was apprehended

: The $230,000 will help the Cherry Brook facility with upgrades and repairs.

: Chatham-Kent police say a 20-year-old man spent the night sobering up at a police station following some late night shenanigans.

: A late start for bears, the park is warning visitors to leash dogs and be aware of surroundings

: Three dogs were removed from a property in early March, and one had to be euthanized.

: City ombudsman Susan Opler says her office helped more than 1,500 residents last year who were unsatisfied with city services.

: U.S. President Donald Trump has given the project his blessing, but a long list of permits and approvals awaits.

: The 14-year-old boy was arrested and charged after a police search of a home in Kingston.

: A permit required to walk between four and six dogs at any one time in parks, green spaces and waterfront areas in Toronto.

: 'This is a cue to show, as a campus, that this is something we are concerned about.'

: Brian Pallister's approval has dropped by five points in the past few months.

: Judge refuses bail Thursday to heat-packing driver in bizarre altercation after a tossed ice-cold drink leads to 20 weapons charges.

: Beaver Lake Cree Nation says project just the first step on its “path to Indigenous energy sovereignty.”

: Since the campaign, the president has followed the same pattern: Make an outrageous claim, weather the criticism and wait for something that can be spun.

: The 12th annual event for the city’s builders will bring in more than 40,000 donated cans

: Amber Lindsey McDougall hasn't been seen since March 8.

: Each year, the Hear/d Residency program at the Alberta College of Art and Design chooses a new theme centred around mental health for their residents...

: A Transit Police officer researching the history of special constables in B.C. stumbled upon the on-duty death of a “forgotten” officer in 1915.

: Looking at other jurisdictions with interest, the Ministry of Advanced Education is looking at ways to make tuition more affordable

: The storefront at Whyte Ave and 101 Street launches March 30, with six resident kittens and locally roasted ACE coffee.

: Local underground music promoter Craig Martell has assembled a team of grant writers to help local musicians apply for funding.

: Al Rashid app shows prayer times, plays call to prayer.

: A cupcake-filled silent art auction, a folksy comedy show and fools at The Forks... all the best Winnipeg attractions are coming out of the woodwork for spring.

: Reincarnation of Edmonton arts venue formerly known as the ARTery to take flight with 'colossal garage sale' this weekend. Plus, other city...

: The department previously rejected calls to adopt the "Philadelphia model," which allows outside agencies and advocates to review case files.
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