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B.C. frog relocation project aims to better understand conservation practice

B.C. frog relocation project aims to better understand conservation practice

Mitigation translocation — moving animals from one location to another as a conservation measures — has become increasingly more common in B.C., but its impacts have been little studied.
No winning ticket sold for Friday's $20 million Lotto Max jackpot

No winning ticket sold for Friday's $20 million Lotto Max jackpot

There was no winning ticket sold in Friday's Lotto Max $20 million draw. The jackpot for the next draw on Sept. 26 will be an estimated $25 million. The Canadian Press
Zelenskyy, accompanied by Trudeau, greets cheering crowd of supporters in Toronto

Zelenskyy, accompanied by Trudeau, greets cheering crowd of supporters in Toronto

TORONTO — A large crowd of members of the Ukrainian community and politicians welcomed Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy and his wife, Olena Zelenska, with a standing ovation when they walked into a Canadian Armed Forces facility in Toronto on
RCMP 'gutted' by death of Const. Rick O'Brien, 51, shot in B.C.: deputy commissioner

RCMP 'gutted' by death of Const. Rick O'Brien, 51, shot in B.C.: deputy commissioner

COQUITLAM, B.C. — The death of another Mountie in British Columbia less than a year after the last killing “enrages” the lead officer in the province. RCMP Deputy Commissioner Dwayne McDonald said Const.
Zelenskyy, accompanied by Trudeau, greets large crowd of supporters in Toronto

Zelenskyy, accompanied by Trudeau, greets large crowd of supporters in Toronto

TORONTO — Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy is greeting a large crowd of supporters at a Canadian Armed Forces facility in Toronto.
Ibrahim Ali murder trial: Expert defends opinion dead girl was sexually assaulted

Ibrahim Ali murder trial: Expert defends opinion dead girl was sexually assaulted

A lawyer for Ibrahim Ali at his B.C. murder trial highlighted part of an expert witness's report Friday saying there's "considerable overlap" between the type of injuries that can occur in consensual and non-consensual sex acts.
Yukon 'trying to understand the path forward' following India trade mission

Yukon 'trying to understand the path forward' following India trade mission

Yukon's premier says meetings in India aimed at attracting more workers to the territory went very well, but the path forward is murky after Canada's prime minister suggested India could be connected to the killing of a B.C. activist.
'Freedom Convoy' organizers' trial on scheduled break until after Thanksgiving

'Freedom Convoy' organizers' trial on scheduled break until after Thanksgiving

OTTAWA — The trial of "Freedom Convoy" organizers Tamara Lich and Chris Barber has begun a scheduled break that will continue until after Thanksgiving.
'Ajuinnata Ukraine': Gov. Gen. Mary Simon inspires Zelenskyy with Inuktitut word

'Ajuinnata Ukraine': Gov. Gen. Mary Simon inspires Zelenskyy with Inuktitut word

OTTAWA — Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy ended his historic wartime address to Canada's House of Commons with an Inuktitut message of inspiration and reliance that he learned from the Governor General. Gov. Gen.
Alberta NDP promises to axe proposed plan to quit CPP if it wins next election

Alberta NDP promises to axe proposed plan to quit CPP if it wins next election

EDMONTON — Alberta’s long road to quitting the Canada Pension Plan would run smack into the scheduled 2027 provincial election, with Opposition New Democrats promising to kill the idea if they win.