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Google CEO Sundar Pichai invests $10 billion in India

Google CEO Sundar Pichai invests $10 billion in India

Google CEO Sundar Pichai announced a $10 billion investment in India on Monday at the Google for India virtual live-stream event.

Google CEO Sundar Pichai invests $10 billion in India

Indigenous communities remain closed during pandemic

Indigenous communities remain closed during pandemic

Indigenous bands along the west coast of British Columbia say their borders will remain closed to tourists and non-residents, despite the economic impact, as they work to raise awareness about the threat COVID-19 poses to their communities.

Indigenous communities remain closed during pandemic

Three counts of second-degree murder laid in Langley, B.C., house fire

Three counts of second-degree murder laid in Langley, B.C., house fire

A 24-year-old man has been charged with the murders of his sister, mother and his mother's common-law partner in a house fire in Langley, B.C., last month.

Three counts of second-degree murder laid in Langley, B.C., house fire

I made a mistake, PM Trudeau apologies and extends wage subsidy til December

I made a mistake, PM Trudeau apologies and extends wage subsidy til December

Prime minister Justin Trudeau apologized for his involvement in the 'We Charity' scandal as reporters bombarded him with questions.

I made a mistake, PM Trudeau apologies and extends wage subsidy til December

Fatty liver disease a growing public health concern in Canada: study

Fatty liver disease a growing public health concern in Canada: study

Doctors are warning that soaring rates of a common, but often undetected, liver disease could impose an enormous burden on Canadian health care over the next decade if there isn't more public awareness.

Fatty liver disease a growing public health concern in Canada: study

Quebec man charged with advocating genocide

Quebec man charged with advocating genocide

A Quebec man charged last December in connection with alleged online threats against Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Muslims is facing two new charges.

Quebec man charged with advocating genocide

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