The Supreme Court of Canada will rule Thursday on an ongoing court battle over faulty soil tests which wrongly concluded two Edmonton area farms
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David Kindley has already committed to playing volleyball for the University of Waterloo Warriors in the fall, but the Lethbridge Collegiate Institute athlete has
Three Vancouver police officers are accused of deceiving investigators with false statements linked to the probe into disgraced former detective James Fisher, a B.C.
At the beginning of the season the Lethbridge College Kodiaks faced questions of “could they do it again?” But as the regular season has
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A B.C. man convicted of an anti-Semitic hate crime is back in court. Arthur Topham was convicted in 2015 of one count of communicating
The Vancouver Taxi Association has lost a legal bid to immediately stall ride-hailing operators in Metro Vancouver. The association, which includes nine Metro Vancouver
Nova Scotia’s Wellness Court has gained momentum due to its emphasis on a defendant’s recovery rather than punishment. Ross Lord explains how it can
The Federal Court of Appeal says the government’s decision to approve the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion a second time is reasonable and will stand.