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Kyle Daniel Shaw will spend 24 months under conditional sentences
Calgary elects first female mayor, Edmonton appear to have elected the city’s first mayor of colour
Inquiry heard investigators raised concerns with officials more than a decade ago
After one year in Chilliwack, the league intends to move the event around starting in 2022-23
B.C.-born San Jose Sharks forward forfeits about $1.68 million after probe into fake vaccine card
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‘Dune’ finally makes its way to North American theaters Friday
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In Canada’s rapidly evolving environmental sector, the wealth of knowledge that Indigenous…