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Governments of Canada and British Columbia launch the Canada Job Grant to help British Columbians get jobs

BRITISH COLUMBIA NEWS
VANCOUVER, Oct. 24, 2014 /CNW/ - The Honourable Jason Kenney, Minister of Employment and Social Development, and the Honourable Shirley Bond, Minister of Jobs, Tourism and Skills Training and Minister Responsible for Labour for British Columbia, announced today that employers in British Columbia can now apply for the Canada Job Grant, an innovative, employer-driven approach to help Canadians ...

British Columbia Warms Up Dim Sum in Aid of Yuan Hub

BRITISH COLUMBIA NEWS
British Columbia is redoubling efforts to promote Canada as a center for offshore trading in China’s currency through the sale of Dim Sum bonds.

Froma Harrop: Canada strict on immigration process - Sat, 25 Oct 2014 PST

BRITISH COLUMBIA NEWS
Two years ago, Jeffrey Niehaus was a popular teacher at the University of Victoria in British Columbia. An American, Niehaus had applied for permanent residency in Canada. But Canada turned him down. The reason? The psychology professor’s 4-year-old son, Kurt, had autism. Treating autism would have been too costly for the government’s health care system. Americans often think of Canada as a ...

National News

One person critically injured in Sarnia plant explosion

CANADIAN TV
Five people have been rushed to hospital following an explosion at an industrial site in Sarnia, Ont., Saturday afternoon.

Security experts warn of new 'lone wolf' terrorist phenomenon

CANADIAN TV
Security experts are warning of a new wave of violence by so-called ‘lone wolf’ radicals, impressionable individuals who fall prey to extremist ideology and choose to act on them.

Crowdfunding campaign for families of fallen soldiers raises $300,000 in 3 days

CANADIAN TV
A group of concerned Canadians are using grassroots crowdfunding to help turn online comments into money for the families of two soldiers who were killed this past week.

Police arrest 'person of interest' after threat grounds WestJet plane in Kelowna

CANADIAN TV
Police have arrested a "person of interest" and cleared a passenger plane to fly after it was grounded at the Kelowna, B.C. airport due to a threat Saturday afternoon.

Disabled cargo ship heading home to Russia after repairs at B.C. port

CANADIAN TV
Repairs to a Russian container ship have enabled it to head home after a power outage left the vessel loaded with diesel fuel adrift off British Columbia's north coast.





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