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Over 40 per cent of military sexual misconduct class action claims are from men: Eyre
GenWayne Eyre said fixing the military's culture is vital because the world is "probably more dangerous now than it has been since the end of the Cold War."
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Bill 22 Is a Sign of Democratic Backsliding in BC | The Tyee
Its passage changes our freedom of information and privacy lawundermining the public’s right to know.
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CommentProvincial Politics | 10:42 AM on Sunday
A new evacuation order was issued on Sunday in southern British Columbia as another atmospheric river drenches the province, worsening the impacts of widespread floods and mudslides.
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CommentEnvironmental | 4:48 PM on Friday
Environment Canada is issuing the first ever 'red alert' for B.C. as several more atmospheric rivers approach the province.Subscribe to CTV News to watch mor...
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CommentMilitary | 8:59 AM on Friday
Boeing has been told that its bid to replace Canada's aging CF-18s with a new fleet of the American company's Super Hornet fighter jets did not meet the federal government's requirements.
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CommentTech | 8:58 AM on Friday
Researchers at the University of Alberta are struggling with a helium shortage, which could potentially put scientific research in jeopardy — and put equipment at risk of damage.
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CommentHealth | 5:53 AM on Friday
Nunavut’s chief public health officer declared a tuberculosis outbreak in Pangnirtung Thursday. The government said enhanced public health "follow-up of the situation is necessary."
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CommentLaw & Order | 5:52 AM on Friday
A government minister sued and won over a brief Twitter post that called him a “rape apologist.” A journalist sees “asymmetric warfare.”
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CommentLaw & Order | 1:15 PM on Thursday
RCMP say they got reports shortly after noon of a man with a long gun targeting the RCMP detachment and then continuing to drive around the area.
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CommentLaw & Order | 11:24 AM on Thursday
The Liberals previously introduced, but did not pass, a sweeping gun bill that included banning certain weapons and allowing municipalities to ban handguns
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CommentMilitary | 11:24 AM on Thursday
OTTAWA — Gen. Wayne Eyre has been appointed Canada's permanent chief of the defence staff. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced the move today in a news release. Eyre had served as acting commander of the Canadian Armed Forces since February after ta
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CommentFunny | 7:04 AM on Thursday
Typically, children's toys tend to avoid topics such as drug abuse or depression, but not always, which is a lesson that Walmart Canada is learning the hard way.A toy cactus being sold on Walmart's website as a teaching tool has been removed from the reta
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CommentBusiness | 6:50 AM on Thursday
Ships in Chinese waters are disappearing from industry tracking systems, creating yet another headache for the global supply chain. China's growing isolation from the rest of the world — along with a deepening mistrust of foreign influence — may be to
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CommentUncle Sam | 6:46 AM on Thursday
Duties for most Canadian lumber producers will rise from 8.99 per cent to 17.9 per cent following Wednesday’s decision by the U.S. Department of Commerce
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CommentPolitical | 6:32 AM on Thursday
The Greens have chosen a nonbinary astrophysicist as the interim leader of their party. Amita Kuttner, an expert in black holes, was appointed Wednesday by the Greens' Federal Council to lead the party until a new leader is elected next year.
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CommentMisc World | 6:16 AM on Thursday
At least 31 migrants bound for Britain died Wednesday when their boat sank in the English Channel, in what France's interior minister called the biggest tragedy involving migrants on the dangerous crossing to date.
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CommentEnvironmental | 6:16 AM on Thursday
The shift to electric vehicles is exciting, but it will leave us with thousands of tonnes of spent batteries.
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CommentBusiness | 5:56 AM on Thursday
Communities near ports and warehouses pay for Americans’ holiday shopping with their air quality and health. Online shopping and broken supply chains during the pandemic have made pollution even worse.
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CommentProvincial Politics | 5:45 PM on Wednesday
B.C. is expected to release details of a paid sick leave program for workers on Wednesday.
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CommentEnvironmental | 2:57 PM on Wednesday
NTV's Bart Fraize captured video at the scene of a washout east of Doyles, N.L., as an intense storm sweeps through the region.Subscribe to CTV News to watch...
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CommentMilitary | 1:10 PM on Wednesday
More than 18,000 survivors and victims of military sexual misconduct have come forward to submit claims under the class action settlement process, which closes to claims Wednesday.
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CommentMisc World | 10:50 AM on Wednesday
The jury in the trial of three white men accused of murdering Ahmaud Arbery has reached a verdict.
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CommentMisc World | 7:06 AM on Wednesday
The province's Emergency Management Office declared a state of emergency for Victoria County in Cape Breton after heavy rain washed out roads.
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CommentMisc World | 7:01 AM on Wednesday
Officials are urging British Columbians to prepare for heavy rainfall hitting southwestern B.C., this week, which could worsen an already precarious situation for that part of the province.
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CommentMisc World | 5:56 AM on Wednesday
Police and the Department of Transportation are reporting multiple washed out roads in the Codroy Valley area, including the Trans-Canada Highway near Doyles, after a rainstorm pummelled Newfoundland's southwest coast overnight.
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CommentMilitary | 10:57 PM on Tuesday
Russia's defence minister on Tuesday accused U.S. bombers of rehearsing a nuclear strike on Russia from two different directions earlier this month and complained that the planes had come within 20 km (12.4 miles) of the Russian border.
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CommentLaw & Order | 4:46 PM on Tuesday
Just as with COVID-19, store shelves are being stripped bare by hoarding
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CommentLaw & Order | 11:59 AM on Tuesday
The climate pattern can lead to significant weather changes in different parts of the world.
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CommentPolitical | 7:55 AM on Tuesday
As the 44th Parliament since Confederation gets down to business this week, parts of British Columbia are still under water. The province has only just begun to recover from what could prove to be the most expensive disaster in Canadian history. Whatever
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CommentBusiness | 7:51 AM on Tuesday
Dodge will stop making gas-powered Charger and Challenger vehicles in 2024 as it shifts resources to electric vehicles. The company’s first electric muscle concept will be revealed in 2022, followed by a plug-in hybrid vehicle.
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CommentBusiness | 6:24 AM on Tuesday
Premier Doug Ford on Monday criticized an Ontario condo developer that cancelled years-old sales deals with dozens of buyers unless they agree to pay more to hold on to the under-construction housing units in Barrie, Ont.
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CommentPolitical | 5:57 AM on Tuesday
Premier Dennis King said the P.E.I. government will be considering "all options" at its disposal, including legal ones, to fight the Canadian Food Inspection Agency's suspension of fresh potato exports from the province to the U.S. due to the discovery of