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'Wild West': Amid foreign meddling headlines, lawyers fear unfair immigration rulings

'Wild West': Amid foreign meddling headlines, lawyers fear unfair immigration rulings

OTTAWA — Even as the conversation around foreign interference continues to centre on efforts to disrupt Canadian elections, the federal government is routinely deporting people suspected of engaging in espionage or terrorism — or barring them entry t
Metro Vancouver’s campsite plan ‘flawed’, Bowen Island council says

Metro Vancouver’s campsite plan ‘flawed’, Bowen Island council says

This is Metro Vancouver’s plan for 100 campsites on land it recently purchased at Cape Roger Curtis on Bowen Island
Popular Prime drink and 5 others that exceed Health Canada's caffeine limits recalled

Popular Prime drink and 5 others that exceed Health Canada's caffeine limits recalled

Six brands of caffeinated drinks have been recalled in Canada, including a popular energy beverage being promoted by social media influencers.
Man accused in Irish tech worker's death chooses jury trial for sex assault charges

Man accused in Irish tech worker's death chooses jury trial for sex assault charges

Alexandre Romero-Arata is alleged to have sexually assaulted a person on Nov. 26, 2021.
From villains to valued: Canadians show overwhelming support for wolves

From villains to valued: Canadians show overwhelming support for wolves

Wolves shed villainous image, with survey showing most Canadians have a favourable perception of the predator.
Unruly B.C. Realtor 'aggressive' in court, denied licence a third time

Unruly B.C. Realtor 'aggressive' in court, denied licence a third time

Realtor Andrew Brian Laity made unsubstantiated allegations of corruption against the Real Estate Council of BC.
How to build a zero-waste economy

How to build a zero-waste economy

Sarah Paiji Yoo is among a growing number of business owners who want to move the global economy away from plastics.
Wildfire options 'exhausted' as lightning, drought strain resources in B.C. district

Wildfire options 'exhausted' as lightning, drought strain resources in B.C. district

Days of drought conditions and lightning strikes have sparked fires across the Regional District of Bulkley-Nechako in the British Columbia Interior, straining resources and spurring a number of new evacuation orders and alerts.
Opinion: Here's how the Bank of Canada's interest rate hike will impact Canadians

Opinion: Here's how the Bank of Canada's interest rate hike will impact Canadians

An economist explains what the Bank of Canada’s interest rate hike to five per cent means for Canadians.
Guilty pleas expected in Bella Bella fishing, reef damage case

Guilty pleas expected in Bella Bella fishing, reef damage case

The offences took place in July 2020.