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Large cruise ships barred from Canadian waters until end of October: Garneau

Large cruise ships barred from Canadian waters until end of October: Garneau

The cruise-ship season in Canada is all but sunk as Ottawa extends its ban on large ships in Canadian waters until the end of October in an attempt to contain COVID-19.

Large cruise ships barred from Canadian waters until end of October: Garneau

N.S. police received warnings in 2011 about man who would become mass killer

N.S. police received warnings in 2011 about man who would become mass killer

A newly released document reveals that in May 2011, police were told the Nova Scotia man who would later kill 22 people in a shooting rampage wanted to "kill a cop" and was feeling mentally unstable.

N.S. police received warnings in 2011 about man who would become mass killer

Canada exploring ways to reunite families divided by COVID-19 border closure

Canada exploring ways to reunite families divided by COVID-19 border closure

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says the federal government is exploring ways to reunite family members divided by the temporary travel restrictions at the Canada-U.S. border.

Canada exploring ways to reunite families divided by COVID-19 border closure

Hospice's refusal to provide assisted death causes 'anxiety,' says B.C. mayor

Hospice's refusal to provide assisted death causes 'anxiety,' says B.C. mayor

A hospice that has a long history of helping people near death but denies them medical assistance in dying is drawing criticism from the city's mayor in a clash of ideologies that has split its board and raised questions about its future.

Hospice's refusal to provide assisted death causes 'anxiety,' says B.C. mayor

New site is one-stop shop for B.C. workers, farmers, during pandemic

New site is one-stop shop for B.C. workers, farmers, during pandemic

The British Columbia government has created a new online resource to help the province's agricultural sector find workers during the COVID-19 pandemic.

New site is one-stop shop for B.C. workers, farmers, during pandemic

20 bricks of suspected cocaine seized at the Pacific Highway port of entry in British Columbia

20 bricks of suspected cocaine seized at the Pacific Highway port of entry in British Columbia

The CBSA seized 20 bricks of suspected cocaine at the Pacific Highway port of entry Commercial Operations. On May 1, 2020, border services officers conducted an examination on a commercial tractor-trailer and noticed anomalies.

20 bricks of suspected cocaine seized at the Pacific Highway port of entry in British Columbia