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Provincial News

Seattle Grandmother Makes History With Legal Marijuana

BRITISH COLUMBIA NEWS
VANCOUVER, British Columbia -- The first recreation marijuana sold in Seattle is being donated to the city's Museum of History and Industry, by Deb Greene, a 65-year old grandmother who lined up all night ...

Hasibullah Yusufzai, of Burnaby, B.C., faces terror-related charge

BRITISH COLUMBIA NEWS
A British Columbia man has been charged under a new anti-terrorism law for allegedly leaving the country to join Islamist fighters in Syria.

Harper Government Supports New Market Opportunities for Blueberries

BRITISH COLUMBIA NEWS
Agriculture Minister Gerry Ritz, Ed Fast, Minister of International Trade and Member of Parliament Randy Kamp (Pitt Meadows - Maple Ridge - Mission) announced today an investment of over $117,000 to the British Columbia Blueberry Council to help high-bush blueberry growers showcase their world-class blueberries abroad and increase export sales

National News

82-year-old Good Samaritan robbed while trying to help 'lost tourists'

CANADIAN TV
Police in Victoria are looking for a young couple accused of robbing an 82-year-old woman who thought she was helping lost tourists.

Air Canada resumes flights to Tel Aviv after two-day pause

CANADIAN TV
Air Canada is resuming flights to Tel Aviv after a two-day halt prompted by security concerns over rocket attacks near Israel's main airport.

Rescued false killer whale calf shows signs of improvement

CANADIAN TV
A critically ill false killer whale calf rescued off a beach on the west coast of Vancouver Island has overcome one of its most life threatening challenges.

Canada barely out of ice age in harnessing Arctic growth, conference hears

CANADIAN TV
The Arctic may be a hot commodity, with remarkable resource and tourism opportunities, but a conference has heard that Canada and the United States are barely out of the ice age when it comes to harnessing its growth.

Canada pledges $5M to UNICEF for Somalia relief

CANADIAN TV
The Harper government is setting aside $5 million for UNICEF to address humanitarian needs in Somalia.





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