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Poll suggests most Canadians trust election results, want interference inquiry

Poll suggests most Canadians trust election results, want interference inquiry

OTTAWA — New polling suggests the majority of Canadians want the federal government to call an independent inquiry into foreign interference in the last two federal elections, but still feel the country's electoral system is safe.
Opinion: Junos 2023 reminds us how Canadian content regulations and funding supports music across the country

Opinion: Junos 2023 reminds us how Canadian content regulations and funding supports music across the country

Here’s how radio Canadian content policy started, and how Canadian legislation, C-11, could contribute to supporting and growing home-grown music in the digital era.
An invisible climate killer is lurking behind B.C.’s LNG boom

An invisible climate killer is lurking behind B.C.’s LNG boom

Invisible to the naked eye, undetectable by smell and 80 times more powerful than carbon dioxide for its short-term warming impact on the climate, methane is explosive, toxic and can make helicopters fall out of the sky.
Pair plays pool, piano after breaking into UVic building

Pair plays pool, piano after breaking into UVic building

Police responded to a report of a break-and-enter about 3:20 a.m. Sunday and discovered the men got into the building through an open window.
Eight skunks found dead with avian flu in Vancouver and Richmond

Eight skunks found dead with avian flu in Vancouver and Richmond

"We're looking for signs of mammalian adaptation," said B.C.'s chief veterinarian.
These 12 stunning photos capture Vancouver (and the area) from outer space

These 12 stunning photos capture Vancouver (and the area) from outer space

These photos are absolutely staggering!
Metro Vancouver teen busted for driving 100 km/h over the speed limit, gets parent's car impounded

Metro Vancouver teen busted for driving 100 km/h over the speed limit, gets parent's car impounded

He had to walk home after...
Islamophobia more intense in Quebec than rest of Canada, study finds

Islamophobia more intense in Quebec than rest of Canada, study finds

Unlike Anglo-Canadians, more Quebecers support Bill 21.
Know before you go: Metro Vancouver launching real-time parking pilot program

Know before you go: Metro Vancouver launching real-time parking pilot program

Online real-time parking updates will be coming to Iona Beach and Boundary Bay regional parks.
B.C. Ferries launches new app for mobile devices

B.C. Ferries launches new app for mobile devices

The app will help customers check current conditions, make bookings, see sailing status and check estimated deck space, among other options.