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NDP Leader says he was briefed on secret intelligence indicating India was behind killing of Sikh leader

Sep 26, 2023 / 12:50 pm

NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh said he was provided with a classified intelligence briefing that points to the Indian government’s role in the gangland-style...

B.C. looks to set up housing development program for middle-income residents

Sep 25, 2023 / 10:30 am

British Columbia is planning to start its own program to build housing for middle-income residents, a response to the escalating housing crisis in the province...

For Vancouver’s transit authority, ridership is surpassing pre-COVID levels. But revenue remains an issue

Sep 24, 2023 / 9:30 am

For years, Pierre Honeyman bought a monthly transit pass to get to work from Mount Pleasant in central Vancouver to the Burrard Street office of the software...

Hardeep Singh Nijjar, the B.C. plumber whose murder became the catalyst in a geopolitical crisis

Sep 24, 2023 / 8:50 am

In the hours before two gunmen fatally ambushed him last June, Hardeep Singh Nijjar addressed the worshippers at the Sikh temple he presided over in Surrey, and...

Russian ransomware LockBit threatens to leak internal data from The Weather Network on dark web

Sep 22, 2023 / 5:52 pm

Notorious Russian ransomware group LockBit is threatening to leak internal data from The Weather Network’s parent company on the dark web, after a...

RCMP civilian alleged to have leaked secrets to testify in own trial, eager for day in court: lawyer

Sep 22, 2023 / 3:31 pm

A high-ranking RCMP civilian who allegedly leaked classified information will testify in his own defence and is keen for a jury to hear his story at his coming...

Ottawa rebuffs MPs’ calls to welcome trans asylum seekers at U.S. border

Sep 21, 2023 / 6:21 pm

The federal government has rebuffed a call from an all-party committee of MPs to welcome trans asylum seekers at Canada’s border with the U.S., as well as...

Ottawa’s bail reform legislation lands in the Senate, but critics question quick House passage

Sep 20, 2023 / 5:41 pm

Legislation designed to strengthen Canada’s bail laws arrived in the Senate this week after it received unanimous consent in the House of Commons, but...

Conservative leader Pierre Poilievre urges PM Trudeau to reveal evidence of India’s role in killing of Canadian Sikh leader

Sep 19, 2023 / 11:33 am

Conservative Leader Pierre Poilievre called on Prime Minister Justin Trudeau Tuesday to provide Canadians with hard evidence that agents of the Indian...

CEOs to meet with Industry Minister Monday as cost of living set to dominate Parliament’s return

Sep 15, 2023 / 6:13 pm

Cost-of-living issues will be front and centre when Parliament returns Monday, with grocery chain CEOs scheduled to meet with the federal Industry Minister and...




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