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Ban authoritarian disinformation from Canadian cable, human rights group says

Ban authoritarian disinformation from Canadian cable, human rights group says

Kremlin news channel may be gone from Canada for good, but what about propaganda from Beijing?
As Omicron drags on, B.C. struggles to increase kids' vaccination rates

As Omicron drags on, B.C. struggles to increase kids' vaccination rates

Dr. Bonnie Henry says health officials are facing down the "3 C's": complacency, convenience and confidence.
No-fly zone won't work in Ukraine because Russian buy-in needed: UN envoy Bob Rae

No-fly zone won't work in Ukraine because Russian buy-in needed: UN envoy Bob Rae

Trudeau says sanction solidarity surprises Putin
47 Canadians charged in global investigation

47 Canadians charged in global investigation

Arrests have been made in eight provinces over the past two years
WestJet Airlines to buy Sunwing

WestJet Airlines to buy Sunwing

Westjet's flight footprint could expand to tropical destinations and European cities
Interest rate hike won't cool housing, say experts

Interest rate hike won't cool housing, say experts

Dear homebuyers, don't get your hopes up
Forrest, Westlake to carry Canada's flag

Forrest, Westlake to carry Canada's flag

Beijing marks the first time Paralympic flag-bearer duties will be shared by two Canadian athletes
Canadians can help fight the pests threatening our trees

Canadians can help fight the pests threatening our trees

As global warming enables destructive insects and diseases to move farther north into Canada’s forests, keeping the public informed about these pests is critical, says an expert in insects and forest dynamics.
UBCO homicide victim recently moved from India for school

UBCO homicide victim recently moved from India for school

The 24-year-old had just received her permanent resident card
Intrusive thoughts of harming a baby part of postpartum experience, study shows

Intrusive thoughts of harming a baby part of postpartum experience, study shows

The unwanted thoughts "are really normal and happen all the time," a UBC researcher says. The thoughts don't appear to increase the likelihood a newborn will be harmed.