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  1. B.C. seeks court ruling on new pipeline regulationsRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | Quesnel Cariboo Observer

    The B.C. government is applying to court to see if it can impose new environmental permits on inter-provincial projects such as the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion. The new permits would be required by any company seeking to increase transport of bitumen through B.C., by pipeline, rail or truck.

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  2. Doug Ford promises inquiry into Liberal government's accounting,...Read the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | The Toronto Star

    PC leader says he will find "efficiencies" in the budget amounting to at least $6 billion less in annual spending, and said he would be unable to balance the books in the first year. Ontario's Progressive Conservative leader is responding to an auditor-general report which found that the Liberal government understated the deficit by billions.

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  3. Anger and obfuscation cloud pipeline issues in ChilliwackRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | Maple Ridge News

    The Alaskan Frontier is about 15 kilometers south of Victoria, en route to its anchorage near Blaine, Washington, just south of White Rock. At 110,000 tonnes, she carries 850,000 barrels of Alaskan crude and is part of the larger fleet that ferries oil from the Alaska North Slope to The Cherry Point refinery - fourth largest refinery on the West Coast.

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  4. NDP pipeline appealRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | Castanet.net

    The British Columbia government will ask a court if legislative amendments allow it to control the flow of heavy oils through the province to protect human health, the environment and communities. The reference question the government is filing today with the B.C. Court of Appeal seeks to affirm the province's right to protect it from the threat of a diluted bitumen spill as it tries to thwart the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion.

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  5. Newfoundland and Labrador cabinet minister accused of misconductRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | The Compass

    A formal allegation of misconduct has been made against a provincial cabinet minister by another Liberal member of the House of Assembly. The leaders of both the Progressive Conservatives and New Democratic Party want to start by seeing the minister removed from their cabinet post until the matter can be addressed.

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  6. Notley, Horgan looking for popularity with pipeline stancesRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | 100 Mile House Free Press

    One is that Alberta Premier Rachel Notley wants this pipeline construction to proceed so that it will help her in trying to win the Alberta provincial election for a second term in government next year. Two is that B.C. Premier John Horgan has a minority government.

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  7. Jim Prentice 'changed my life,' says former PC Party presidentRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | CBC News

    Former Alberta premier Jim Prentice died in a plane crash outside of Kelowna, B.C. on Oct. 13, 2016. The Transportation Safety Board of Canada plans to release the findings of its investigation into the crash on Thursday.

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  8. B.C. government set to reveal details on Trans Mountain pipeline reference caseRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | CBC News

    Premier John Horgan, Attorney General David Eby and Environment Minister George Heyman are scheduled to address the media at 9:15 a.m. PT. Details are expected to be released today about British Columbia's court case that questions whether the province has the power to regulate the flow of oil through the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion.

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  9. Safety board to release report on plane crash that killed Jim PrenticeRead the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | Medincine Hat News

    A wing is pictured amongst the wreckage of a Cessna Citation which crashed on October 13, 2016, is seen in the woods near Lake Country, B.C., in this October 15, 2016, Transportation Safety Board handout image. The aircraft crashed shortly after takeoff, killing the pilot and all three passengers aboard, including the former Alberta Premier Jim Prentice.

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  10. Government offers to chip in to keep UNB pool openRead the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | CBC News

    The provincial government is willing to help keep the Sir Max Aitken Pool from closing in September, Transportation and Infrastructure Minister Bill Fraser confirmed Thursday. "There's a lot of interest in the city of Fredericton from various different groups and users of that facility and there seems to be a tremendous need," he said in an interview.

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  11. N.L. politician asked to step aside as review looks into allegations of harassmentRead the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | Medincine Hat News

    Newfoundland Premier Dwight Ball announces the terms of reference for the judicial inquiry into the Muskrat Falls hydroelectric project at the Confederation Building in St. John's on November 20, 2017. Newfoundland Premier Dwight Ball says a cabinet minister will step aside while an independent external review looks into harassment allegations against him.

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  12. Armenia to pick new PM next week as tide turns in protest leader's favourRead the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | Channelnewsasia.com

    YEREVAN: Armenia will get a new prime minister next week after nearly two weeks of street protests, with opposition leader Nikol Pashinyan, who has led the demonstrations, shaping up as the favourite. The demonstrations, driven by public anger over perceived political cronyism and corruption, looked to have peaked on Monday when Serzh Sarksyan quit as prime minister.

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  13. .com | Ramaphosa's power in ANC again being testedRead the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | News24

    The recent events that have been unfolding within the African National Congress are clear indication that the governing party is far from been united. Let us, firstly, look at the current situation in the North West province.

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  14. May Ally in Trouble: `Just Thinking About Staying in the Game'Read the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | Bloomberg

    British Home Secretary Amber Rudd has a reputation for toughness, never clearer than when she deputized for her boss in a televised election debate just two days after her father died last year. Yet even one of Prime Minister Theresa May's most loyal lieutenants has been left clinging to office by the outrage surrounding the U.K.'s treatment of Caribbean migrants, who arrived after World War II to take up jobs during a labor shortage.

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  15. .com | EFF takes seat from ANC in North West by-electionRead the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | News24

    The Economic Freedom Fighters has won a by-election in the North West's Ditsobotla municipality, taking a seat from the ANC. The Electoral Commission of South Africa on Thursday released results of seven by-elections held on Wednesday in three provinces namely Gauteng, North West and the Western Cape.

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  16. B.C. legislates recreational marijuana salesRead the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | Lake Cowichan Gazette

    The B.C. government has begun overhauling its laws to make way for legalized recreational marijuana, setting new rules for retail stores and establishing a new penalty for drug-impaired driving. Public Safety Minister Mike Farnworth confirmed the age limit for buying recreational marijuana in B.C. will be 19, and the province's Liquor Distribution Branch will control wholesale distribution of cannabis products for sale.

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  17. Halifax cartoonists capture public mood following Toronto, Humboldt tragediesRead the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | Red Deer Advocate

    Halifax cartoonist Michael de Adder says he was simply trying to find a small bit of positivity with an image that has garnered national attention for its depiction of recent tragedies in Toronto and Humboldt, Sask. The cartoon, published in the aftermath of Monday's van attack in Toronto that killed 10 people and injured 14, shows two boys in hockey sweaters sitting on a bench, sticks by their sides.

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  18. Which bills will become law before summer break? B.C. government says it's not sureRead the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | CBC News

    With only 12 days left in the spring session of the legislature, there are 10 bills that are at the introductory stage, with more expected to come. With 10 bills yet to be debated and only 3 weeks left in session, some might not become law until fall The B.C. government brought forward two pieces of legislation on Wednesday - one bill that would ban the use of pill-press machines by the public, and one that would allow public servants to report incidents to supervisors or the ombudsperson without fear of reprisal.

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  19. Free Press Head Start for April 26Read the original story w/Photo

    9 hrs ago | The Winnipeg Free Press

    Charleswood crash: A stretch of westbound Grant Avenue between Cathcart Street and Elmhurst Road is shut down this morning after a two-vehicle crash involving a car and a dump truck. Earlier this morning, police said there was no word yet on how long the stretch of Grant will be closed.

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  20. Armenia to pick new PM after incumbent resigned owing to political turmoilRead the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | DNA India

    Armenia will get a new prime minister next week after nearly two weeks of street protests, with opposition leader Nikol Pashinyan, who has led the demonstrations, shaping up as the favourite. The demonstrations, driven by public anger over perceived political cronyism and corruption, looked to have peaked on Monday when Serzh Sarksyan quit as prime minister.

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