Decision on money laundering inquiry to be announced today

B.C. Premier John Horgan is due to announce cabinet’s decision on whether a public inquiry into money laundering in the province will take place.  Horgan

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‘We’ll see Canadians make a decision’: Scott Moe predicts carbon tax will impact federal election

Saskatchewan Premier Scott Moe says the province is going to continue challenging the federal carbon tax through the courts, and that ultimately, Canadians will

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Saskatchewan Premier plans to appeal carbon tax decision to Supreme Court

Saskatchewan’s Court of Appeal has ruled that the carbon tax imposed on the province by the federal government is constitutionally sound and falls within the legislative

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London police release names of men charged in ‘john sting’ in first case since policy decision – London

London police have released the names of four men charged in a sex-purchasing investigation. It’s the first time officers have done so since announcing

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Appeal decision expected for Calgary couple convicted of murder in son’s death

A decision is expected today in the appeal of a Calgary couple found guilty of killing their diabetic teenage son. Emil and Rodica Radita

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Calgary council delays decision on framework for financing new arena

Calgary city council has voted to delay making a decision that would lead to talks resuming with the Calgary Flames on a financing deal

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Northern B.C. communities on edge as they await decision on caribou protection plan

Forget about Tuesday’s provincial budget: in northeastern B.C., the biggest source of political speculation surrounds a plan to protect the caribou population.  For months,

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‘Agonizing decision:’ Documents recount last summer’s Banff bison escape

The bison bull was a long way from where he should have been — on provincial grazing lands in west-central Alberta instead of the

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Federal Appeal Court upholds decision on CN damages to Calgary grain shipping company

The Federal Court of Appeal has upheld a ruling that found the courts have jurisdiction to determine the damages Canadian National Railway Co. must

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Edmonton Oilers give up winning goal after controversial video review decision in game against Blues – Edmonton

The St. Louis Blues scored three times in the third, one of them on a controversial video review decision, to down the Edmonton Oilers

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