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Progressive Contractors Association of Canada Welcomes MOU on Labour Mobility Between British Columbia and New Brunswick

BRITISH COLUMBIA NEWS
Progressively unionized construction employers praise announcement that will increase labour mobility and strengthen Canada's skilled labour supply CALGARY, Aug. 28, 2014 /CNW/ - The Progressive Contractors Association of Canada (PCA) welcomed today's announcement by the governments of British Columbia and New Brunswick that the two provinces have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) on ...

British Columbia, Ontario to Cooperate on Yuan Center

BRITISH COLUMBIA NEWS
Business leaders in British Columbia and Ontario agreed to cooperate in promoting Canada as a currency trading hub for the yuan.

UPS Extends Brown Network in British Columbia

BRITISH COLUMBIA NEWS
UPS Extends Brown Network in British Columbia

National News

'Small but notable' number of Canadians engage in terror abroad

CANADIAN TV
A “small but notable number” of Canadians have travelled abroad to participate in terrorism-related activities, including to Syria, Somalia and Afghanistan, according to a new report issued by the federal government.

Mistrial could be declared in Saskatoon murder case after Mr. Big ruling

CANADIAN TV
The spectre of a mistrial hangs over a high-profile murder case in Saskatchewan after a Supreme Court ruling on undercover police stings.

Montreal police charge 44 people for raucous pension protest inside city hall

CANADIAN TV
Montreal authorities struck back Friday with a barrage of suspensions and criminal charges against municipal employees accused of storming city hall during a pension protest. The city's police force announced that 44 people will face charges in connection with the Aug. 18 demonstration.

Broadcasters to be required to transmit emergency alerts: CRTC

CANADIAN TV
New safety rules will require broadcasters to transmit warnings during emergency situations, the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission announced Friday.

Royal Canadian Mint unveils new Superman collector coins

CANADIAN TV
The Royal Canadian Mint on Friday unveiled four limited-edition Superman coins, reproducing colourful iconic images from DC Comics' book covers.





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