Suspect in February stabbing at Surrey banquet hall turns himself in to police – BC

More than two months after allegedly stabbing a young man at a concert in Surrey, a suspect has turned himself in to police. Surrey

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109th Street bike lanes up for consideration Tuesday at City Hall

Bike lanes could soon be coming to the 109th Street strip between Saskatchewan Drive and 76th Ave. The stretch of road is a main

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Future of river valley gondola hangs in the balance at city hall debate

The group that wants to build a gondola across Edmonton’s river valley is willing to put up money for a required — and expensive — analysis of

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Polar Bear Plunge outside Halifax City Hall

First responders took part in a charity fundraiser outside Halifax City Hall on Saturday, with all money raised going towards the Special Olympics. Alexa

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‘Be a man!’: Indigenous protesters assail Justin Trudeau at B.C. town hall

“I don’t want to see your crocodile tears!” That was one of a number of comments with which Indigenous protesters confronted Prime Minister Justin Trudeau at

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Tune in tonight for CBC Calgary’s Olympic plebiscite town hall

If you live in Calgary, find out what you need to know before you cast your vote in the Nov. 13 plebiscite by tuning

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Stompin’ Tom Connors’ ‘The Hockey Song’ to be inducted into Canadian Songwriters Hall of Fame – National

Oh, the good old hockey game. On Wednesday morning, the Toronto Maple Leafs announced that they’ll be honouring Stompin’ Tom Connors’ legendary 1971 anthem, The Hockey

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MLA seat up for grabs after New Democrat moves into Nanaimo City Hall

With the election of NDP MLA Leonard Krog as the mayor of Nanaimo, political parties are gearing up to fill the legislative seat he will give up

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Prince George city council is now 25 per cent millennial, Lyn Hall back as mayor

Prince George Prince George Mayor Lyn Hall scored a decisive re-election victory over Willy Ens, a political newcomer who largely abandoned campaigning for the

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Concert, town hall mark two months since Danforth mass shooting – Toronto

It was a scene filled with cheerful music and carefree smiles. As the sounds of steel drums rang out at the corner of Danforth

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