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Terror trial: Video shows hooded figure hiding package at legislature

Terror trial: Video shows hooded figure hiding package at legislature

VANCOUVER — A jury sat riveted in B.C. Supreme Court on Monday watching video of a short, hooded figure hiding a package in the flower bushes near the legislature buildings in the early hours of July 1, 2013.
Minister unmoved by petition to return B.C. Ferries to government

Minister unmoved by petition to return B.C. Ferries to government

B.C. Transportation Minister Todd Stone said he respects the concerns of the people who signed a petition, but he’s not about to steer B.C. Ferries back into government.
Baby seal taken back to the sea by the RCMP in Valentine's Day rescue

Baby seal taken back to the sea by the RCMP in Valentine's Day rescue

NEWTOWN, N.S. - A baby seal found "waddling" near a highway in Nova Scotia on Valentine's Day was returned to the sea by the RCMP. The Mounties say the seal was found near Highway 19 in Newtown on Saturday.
Travel woes continue in Maritimes following winter storm

Travel woes continue in Maritimes following winter storm

HALIFAX — Travel woes continued across the Maritimes on Monday as crews worked to clear the remnants of a powerful blast of winter.
Man in alleged Halifax shooting plot never spoke of guns: friend

Man in alleged Halifax shooting plot never spoke of guns: friend

HALIFAX — A man who went to rock shows with one of the young men alleged to have been planning a Valentine’s Day shooting on a Halifax mall says his acquaintance never spoke of guns to him.
Hundreds march in Victoria, Vancouver for missing and murdered women

Hundreds march in Victoria, Vancouver for missing and murdered women

There was grief and outrage on the streets Saturday, as hundreds gathered to remember aboriginal women who have died or gone missing.
Winter storm closes schools, halts flights in Newfoundland

Winter storm closes schools, halts flights in Newfoundland

ST. JOHN’S, N.L. — School closures and flight cancellations are piling up in eastern Newfoundland as a major winter storm has moved in from the Grand Banks.
Five things about new Liberal Eve Adams

Five things about new Liberal Eve Adams

OTTAWA - Five things you may not know about Eve Adams, the controversial Conservative who made a bombshell announcement on Monday that she's defecting to the Liberals: 1. Born Eve Horvat, Adams is the daughter of Hungarian immigrants.
Family of fire victims makes plea 25 years on

Family of fire victims makes plea 25 years on

SURREY — Four years ago, a family stricken by the unsolved homicides of a mother, two sisters and a baby girl in a 1990 fire received a letter from a mystery informant.
B.C. woman accused of spying by China freed on bail

B.C. woman accused of spying by China freed on bail

BEIJING — A Vancouver woman detained with her husband on suspicion of stealing state secrets from China has been released on bail, the Chinese Foreign Ministry said Thursday.