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British Columbia launches much-damned, $8.8 billion dam project

BRITISH COLUMBIA NEWS
Canada is a nation long addicted to think-big mega-projects that put prime ministers and provincial premiers into the history books, either as visionary architects of prosperity or rubes and despoilers. British Columbia Premier Christy Clark announced this week that province-owned B.C. Hydro will build an $8.8 billion (Canadian) dam on the Peace River in northeastern B.C. It will be the largest ...

My Marijuana Canada Inc. Announces Application/Facility Approvals and Corporate Update

BRITISH COLUMBIA NEWS
Vancouver, British Columbia / ACCESSWIRE / December 17, 2014 / My Marijuana Canada Inc. (CSE:MYM) (the "Company" or "My Marijuana") is pleased to announce that Health Canada has accepted ...

5 free things in Vancouver, from parks to Gastown

BRITISH COLUMBIA NEWS
Public art dots the urban landscape and there are miles of beaches and forested walks readily accessible by transit bus or train. Stroll along the English Bay sea wall from the trendy West End neighborhood, under the Lions Gate suspension bridge, and watch freighters and cruise ships passing beneath with mountains as a backdrop. Or cut through the park's forested center and meander along fern ...

National News

Majority of Canadians still have holiday shopping to do this weekend: poll

CANADIAN TV
According to CIBC, 64 per cent of those recently surveyed said they had yet to finish shopping for holiday gifts this year.

Jurors at Luka Magnotta trial set for 4th day of deliberations

CANADIAN TV
Jurors at Luka Rocco Magnotta's murder trial will begin their fourth day of deliberations this morning.

No bail for suspected Quebec election night shooter

CANADIAN TV
The accused in Quebec's 2012 election shooting has been denied bail.

Woman who stopped for ducks, caused fatal crash, gets 90 days behind bars

CANADIAN TV
A widow whose husband and daughter died when their motorcycle crashed into a woman's car as she helped ducks on a highway is satisfied with the 90-day jail term the accused received Thursday.

Dispute between Christian university, B.C. law society now court bound

CANADIAN TV
A Christian university embroiled in a debate about religious freedoms and same-sex equality rights will challenge in court a Law Society of British Columbia decision not to accredit graduates from its proposed law school.





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