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  • Quebec religious neutrality bill met with concern, confusion - CBC.ca October 18, 2017
    CBC.caQuebec religious neutrality bill met with concern, confusionCBC.caA bill to promote "religious neutrality" in Quebec is getting a chilly reception from some people in the National Capital Region. Bill 62 would ban provincial workers such as doctors, nurses, teachers and daycare workers from wearing a niqab, burka or ...Quebec and its niqab legislation needs to […]
  • Ammonia leak believed responsible for 3 deaths at Fernie, BC, arena - CBC.ca October 18, 2017
    CBC.caAmmonia leak believed responsible for 3 deaths at Fernie, BC, arenaCBC.caThree people in Fernie, B.C., have died from possible exposure to ammonia after emergency crews were called to the Fernie Memorial Arena for reports of an ammonia leak just before noon on Tuesday. WorkSafeBC says it's believed the three were workers ...Eight stories in the news […]
  • Man found dead in vehicle sought by police in Calgary homicide - CBC.ca October 18, 2017
    CBC.caMan found dead in vehicle sought by police in Calgary homicideCBC.caCalgary police say a vehicle last seen being driven by a man wanted for questioning in a homicide investigation has been located in B.C., with a dead man inside. The vehicle, a silver 2006 Toyota Corolla, was discovered Tuesday by Revelstoke RCMP ...Revelstoke standoff suspect dies […]
  • Evacuations ordered in Alberta, Saskatchewan due to grass fires - CBC.ca October 18, 2017
    CBC.caEvacuations ordered in Alberta, Saskatchewan due to grass firesCBC.caCommunities in southern Alberta and Saskatchewan issued evacuation orders Tuesday as wildfires spread in gusting winds that exceeded 100 km/h. Two trains went flying and another caught on fire in southeastern Alberta; trucks went off the road on major ...Wildfires near Leader Sask. under control according to provinceCTV […]
  • Winds lash city - The Daily Courier October 18, 2017
    The Daily CourierWinds lash cityThe Daily CourierKelowna's reputation as the calmest city in Canada took a whipping Tuesday as strong winds blew through the Valley. Power lines were downed, and a few small fires ignited as a result, when wind gusts reached nearly 100 km/h in parts of the Okanagan.Tree smashes through house on McCurdy […]
  • Morneau opted not to set up blind trust, ethics watchdog says - The Globe and Mail October 18, 2017
    The Globe and MailMorneau opted not to set up blind trust, ethics watchdog saysThe Globe and MailFinance Minister Bill Morneau chats with a worker at a kitchen counter factory, in Montreal on Tuesday, October 17, 2017. Paul Chiasson/THE CANADIAN PRESS. Steven Chase. OTTAWA. 9 hours ago October 17, 2017. Ethics Commissioner Mary Dawson, ...Please, no questions […]
  • Students caught in crossfire amid strike at Ontario colleges - Toronto Star October 18, 2017
    Toronto StarStudents caught in crossfire amid strike at Ontario collegesToronto StarLoss of labs, hands-on training affects hundreds of thousands of students amid confusion and lack of reliable information about who's affected. Striking teachers at George Brown College, St. James Campus, picket along King St. after talks broke down ...Algonquin teacher says he's walking the picket […]
  • Jean Fortier drops out of Montreal mayoral race - CBC.ca October 17, 2017
    CBC.caJean Fortier drops out of Montreal mayoral raceCBC.caJean Fortier has dropped his bid to be the mayor of Montreal. The candidate for Coalition Montréal was up against incumbent mayor Denis Coderre and Projet Montréal's Valérie Plante. A well-placed source within Projet Montréal tells CBC News that ...Jean Fortier abandons bid for Montreal mayorCTV NewsMontreal election: […]
  • Thousands lose power as whipping winds hit South Coast - CTV News October 17, 2017
    CTV NewsThousands lose power as whipping winds hit South CoastCTV NewsHydro crews are scrambling to return power to tens of thousands of homes on B.C.'s South Coast as whipping winds sweep through the region. Much of Metro Vancouver, the Fraser Valley and Vancouver Island are under Environment Canada wind warnings ...Second storm expected Wednesday; wind warnings […]
  • Wind driven problems in the Okanagan - Globalnews.ca October 17, 2017
    Globalnews.caWind driven problems in the OkanaganGlobalnews.caThe crazy windstorm as it blew through Wilden in Kelowna. Sheets of rain blowing sideways pic.twitter.com/NxnIa54XG6. — Doris Bregolisse (@Global_Doris) October 17, 2017. Westside Road is closed in both directions 23.5 kilometres north of the Junction ...Central Okanagan in the dark following stormKelowna Capital Newsall 6 news articles »