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After rough year, mom hopes to make Christmas special for her daughters

After rough year, mom hopes to make Christmas special for her daughters

It's been a rough year for single mom Nadine Mathews.

First Nations education talks to resume

The federal government has reached a deal with First Nations to get its education initiative back on track.

Insurance boosted for reservists serving in Canada

Part-time soldiers who lose limbs in the line of duty will be treated the same as regular members of the Canadian military in the wake of insurance improvements passed Thursday by the federal Treasury Board.

Jack Knox: What's in Kinder Morgan pipeline for Victoria?

After all the enviro alarm bells, after all the corporate spin, theessential question remains: Is the Kinder Morgan pipeline worth the risk? Or, to be more precise (and perfectly parochial), is it worth the risk to Victoria, which would see another 2

'Curious' worker fired after media medical records viewed

Vancouver's health authority is assuring patients their privacy is secure after firing a clerical employee who admitted to sneaking a peek at the medical records of five local media personalities.

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Saskatchewan man's 'stache world best in Movember fundraising Reed Ludwig's managers will have to shave their heads - which they said they would do if he raised $50,000.

Transit sorry after mom kicked off bus

A B.C. Transit bus driver was expected to tell his side of the story after a woman complained that she and three children were ordered off a bus short of their destination.

Help the less fortunate at Christmas

> Single mom hopes to make Christmas special for daughters, A2 The Times Colonist Christmas Fund and its predecessors have been helping less fortunate families since 1956.
Wages in B.C. falling behind other provinces, health professionals union says

Wages in B.C. falling behind other provinces, health professionals union says

Hospital professional staff undertaking rotating strikes across B.C. are paid less than counterparts in other provinces, union figures show.

MP pleads with immigration minister to not deport Langford senior

Randall Garrison, MP for Esquimalt-Juan de Fuca is calling on Citizen and Immigration Minster Jason Kenney to allow an elderly Sikh woman who has lived with family in Langford for four years to remain in the country.