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  • 15.05.2017 21:08

    OTTAWA – The Civilian Review and Complaints Commission for the RCMP says bullying and harassment are serious problems within the national police force and is urging fundamental changes. Some highlights from Monday’s hard-hitting report: — Abus

  • 15.05.2017 21:08

    NEW YORK, N.Y. – “Big Bang Theory” star Jim Parsons has married longtime partner Todd Spiewak. Parsons’ publicist, Jillian Roscoe, has confirmed reports from People magazine and the New York Post that Parsons and Spiewak married Sa

  • 15.05.2017 19:02

    SEOUL, South Korea – North Korea’s latest ballistic missile test may be nearly as big a deal as its propaganda machine claims. Although outside experts see several places where North Korea is likely stretching the truth, the missile launched S

  • 15.05.2017 19:02

    NEWPORT, Del. – A veteran pizza delivery man in Delaware got an order from an unusual address: a stalled Amtrak train from New York on its way to Washington. A passenger posted a video of the delivery man walking up to the train Sunday as it sat on

  • 15.05.2017 19:02

    WASHINGTON – The United States is on a collision course with its NATO ally Turkey, pushing ahead with arming Syrian Kurds after deciding the immediate objective of defeating Islamic State militants outweighs the potential damage to a partnership vit

  • 15.05.2017 17:50

    It's a staple of nice weather in Vancouver -- construction and flaggers. And in a bid to keep roadside workers safe, Vancouver Police are stepping up enforcement to kick-off the seventh annual Cone Zone awareness campaign.

  • 15.05.2017 13:50

    THE HAGUE, Netherlands – India took Pakistan to the United Nations’ highest court Monday in an attempt to save the life of an Indian naval officer sentenced to death last month by a Pakistani military court after being convicted of espionage.

  • 15.05.2017 12:32

    OTTAWA – A Liberal election promise to overhaul the way asylum claims are handled has been postponed indefinitely despite rising numbers of people seeking refuge in Canada putting the system at risk, The Canadian Press has learned. One of the option

  • 15.05.2017 12:32

    OTTAWA – Jagmeet Singh, long a star among the NDP ranks of the Ontario legislature, embarks later today on a bid to replace Tom Mulcair as the party’s leader in Ottawa — a quest that could make him the first non-Caucasian to helm a major feder

  • 15.05.2017 08:20

    OAKLAND, Calif. – ESPN reporter Shelley Smith said Sunday night she was doing well and undergoing tests at an East Bay hospital for stroke symptoms after a scare in the Golden State locker room following the Warriors’ 113-111 victory over San

  • 15.05.2017 06:18

    Metro Vancouver’s high rents and salaries for seasoned retail staff helped put the 102-year-old shoe-store chain Ingledew’s out of business. So did the increasingly frequent consumer practice of determining the right shoe size in bricks-and-mortar stores before buying online from other retailers, said Ingledew’s CEO Bill Ingledew. These forces, particularly the trend of shoppers treating physical ...

  • 15.05.2017 05:32

    ASHCROFT (NEWS 1130) — Police say the search has been suspended for a fire chief believed to have been swept away by high flood waters in the BC interior. Ashcroft RCMP say dozens of crews have been searching for Clayton Cassidy of Cache Creek since

  • 15.05.2017 05:32

    It's about water consumption management -- this from the city of Vancouver as we get ready for restrictions set for Monday.

  • 14.05.2017 23:50

    Flooding and heavy rain patterns around BC may have you dreaming of drier weather but don't forget, wildfire season has already technically started.

  • 14.05.2017 21:26

    PORTLAND, Maine – Cleaning trash and landscaping public parks might not be glamorous work, but Derek Cote says it beats begging for change in a traffic median at rush hour, and he’s looking forward to his hometown giving him a chance to do it.

  • 14.05.2017 20:50

    BOSTON – A year after the peach crop in the northeastern United States hit the pits, growers and agricultural experts are anticipating a healthy rebound in 2017. Peach orchards across the region have come alive with pink blossoms, and if the weather

  • 14.05.2017 20:50

    MONCTON, N.B. – It was a sunny summer evening in Moncton’s northwest end. After a streak of rain, temperatures had climbed, and people filled the streets basking in first days of warmth. As children played outside, a camouflaged man was spotte

  • 14.05.2017 18:26

    People in the Okanagan are breathing easier as the threat of more flooding is weakening and flood advisories were ended this weekend.

  • 14.05.2017 17:50

    URANIUM CITY, Sask. – The total price tag was estimated at under $25 million when the federal government agreed to pay for half the cleanup of a radioactive Cold-War-era uranium mine in northern Saskatchewan. But a decade later, the expected cost fo

  • 14.05.2017 17:50

    MONTREAL – Hundreds of Quebec forestry workers are experiencing the first sour tastes from the softwood lumber battle with the United States as they prepare for the start of layoffs. Starting Monday, Resolute Forest Products is cutting shifts at sev

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