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2 hrs ago | Lake Cowichan Gazette
Passengers aboard Air Canada Jazz flight from Nanaimo to Vancouver got a dose of adrenaline with their morning coffee when one of the aircraft's two engines caught fire.
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6 hrs ago | Maple Ridge News
Metro Vancouver apartment vacancy rates are down slightly to 1.7 per cent and monthly rents have climbed $10 to $20 from a year ago, according to a new survey.
10 hrs ago | Nanaimo Daily News
The Senate's ethics officer is being asked to investigate the role of the Conservative party's chief fundraiser in the alleged cover-up of Sen. Mike Duffy's dubious expense claims.
12 hrs ago | Canada.com
Twice-married former Canadian prime minister John Diefenbaker - always believed to have been childless - may have fathered not one but two sons, leaving progeny scattered across the country, The Canadian Press has learned.
16 hrs ago | CBC News
An Air Canada passenger jet lands at Halifax Stanfield International Airport. The airline has placed a tentative order for 61 737 MAX aircraft from Boeing.
20 hrs ago | Brandon Sun
Michael Chong pulls a sepia-coloured photograph down from the wall of his Parliament Hill office.
In this March 31, 2007 photo, Ranger Joe Amarualik, from Iqaluit, Nunavut, drives his snowmobile on the ice during a Canadian Ranger sovereignty patrol near Eureka, on Ellesmere Island, Nunavut.
The demise of door-to-door mail delivery in Canada's urban centres loomed large over a dormant Parliament Hill on Wednesday as critics denounced the timing of a bombshell decision that Conservatives defended as a necessary evil.
Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau is making no apologies for appearing in the House of Commons only two days per week during this fall's session of Parliament.
Prime Minister Stephen Harper and an entourage of Canadian dignitaries paid last respects Wednesday to former South African president Nelson Mandela in Pretoria.
Advocates for enhancing the Canada Pension Plan say they are approaching the consensus required to press ahead with reform that would see both premiums and benefits rise in the future.
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A national study recently ranked Abbotsford third best for the quality of its air, but the Fraser Valley Regional District says the findings are "gravely misleading."
The federal government stepped up its sales pitch for new pipelines to the B.C. coast last week, as it prepares for the imminent release of the federal review panel's report on the feasibility of the Enbridge Northern Gateway project.
A U.K. case against Canadian-British billionaire Victor Dahdaleh collapsed Tuesday, clearing the tycoon of allegations he bribed senior officials at Aluminium Bahrain BSC, known as Alba.
British Columbia's groundbreaking Clean Energy Act has limited the options available to the province's Crown utility corporation for expanding the power grid, the chairman of an environmental review panel pointed out as critics demanded answers about the utility's plans to build a third hydroelectric dam on the Peace River.