Canada’s drug supply threatened by growing U.S. demand, groups argue – National

TORONTO — Concern over U.S. legislation that allows Americans to import cheaper medicines from Canada has prompted more than a dozen organizations to urge

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Privacy groups sound alarm as B.C. community offers incentives for security cameras – BC

A city program on Vancouver Island that offers rebates for security cameras in an effort to reduce crime is raising eyebrows among privacy advocates.

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Royal Canadian Legion bans branches from affiliating with hate groups

The Royal Canadian Legion has released a new policy barring any of its chapters from affiliating with hate groups. The policy comes a month

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Conservation groups sound alarm over another sea lice outbreak in Clayoquot Sound

Conservation groups that monitor Clayoquot Sound are sounding the alarm for the second spring in a row about high levels of a parasite that can harm juvenile

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Environmental groups shrug off Jason Kenney’s ‘war room’ threat

Environmental groups targeted by Alberta Premier Jason Kenney are shrugging off the new government’s promised $30-million “war room” to fight criticisms of the province’s

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Faith groups unite to celebrate Earth Day and speak out for the planet

Eleven religious groups in Nelson, B.C., banded together Monday to show faith communities can play a role in protecting the planet. The Nelson Interfaith Climate

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Finance minister says government consulting with Indigenous groups on Trans Mountain pipeline

Canada’s finance minister confirmed Monday that the government is consulting with Indigenous groups about their potential participation with the proposed Trans Mountain expansion project

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New UCP candidate under fire for link to Christian group’s conversion therapy-style programs

A newly appointed United Conservative Party candidate strongly denies claims that when he promoted religious sexuality and relationship programming, he was supporting conversion therapy,

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Victoria’s Royal Theatre rent hike delayed following outcry from arts groups

The Royal and McPherson Theatres Society is putting planned rate hikes and changes to the booking policy at the Royal Theatre in Victoria on hold. The changes were

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Alberta farm groups ask province to push date for new driver training rules

A coalition representing Alberta’s agriculture producers wants the province to change its launch date on new training rules for truck drivers. The province says

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