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Seventh parole hearing for man who shot Lennon

Seventh parole hearing for man who shot Lennon

Mark Chapman likely to be told decision in days

Reminder of B.C. gold rush

A small brick building close to the water in Bellingham, Washington, has strong ties to the Fraser River gold rush and the 1858 boom in Victoria. Bellingham - then called Whatcom - had its own flurry of construction before Vancouver Island Gov.

Calendar: India festival

TODAY India Mela 2012, by the India Canada Cultural Association: Enjoy Bhangra beats, traditional music, dancing and performances, fashion show and Indian cuisine. Today, 11 a.m.-8 p.m. in Centennial Square. See iccavictoria.
'Moustache' poster draws insults

'Moustache' poster draws insults

Quebec solidaire's campaign stands out for its warts-and-all marketing

Dalhousie University research project takes aim at invasive species

HALIFAX — Dalhousie University is working on a system to test the cleanliness of ballast water, the only such facility in Canada, just as new regulations could be introduced that would govern what ships could discharge at ports around the world.

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Woman attacked by pit bulls

A 26-year-old woman was rushed to hospital in serious condition after she was attacked by two pit bulls in Sundre, Alta., early Saturday. RCMP investigating the attack said it's not the first time the animals have lashed out.

Sympathizer of mass killer Breivik arrested

A man believed to be a sympathizer of Norwegian mass killer Anders Behring Breivik has been arrested in the Czech Republic for building up a stash of weapons, explosives, a detonator and an automatic rifle at his home.

CRD vows to continue transit push

Despite criticism of board makeup, takeover bid to move ahead

Roma asylum seekers may face detention upon arrival

Government considers tougher policy to weed out bogus claimants