Burnaby RCMP seek public tips after woman grabbed from behind

Police in Burnaby are asking for help in locating a suspect after a women was grabbed from behind while walking in the 7200 block of

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Prince Harry and Meghan give up royal titles, public funding

Prince Harry and Meghan, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, will no longer be working members of the Royal Family and will, therefore, no

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Surrey councillors accuse mayor of censoring public feedback on future of policing

Two Surrey councillors say Mayor Doug McCallum is burying public feedback on the future of the city’s police force. Almost two dozen public engagement

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Ongoing police incident on Kelowna’s Highland Drive ‘no threat to the public’: RCMP – Okanagan

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Public approval of UCP government slides 12 points, poll suggests

One in five Albertans who voted for the United Conservative Party in the spring election have developed a case of buyer’s remorse, a new

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Quebec public sector unions outraged after collective agreement offer: ‘It’s a slap in the face’ – Montreal

Six public sector unions are outraged after an initial round of negotiations with the provincial government. The unions represent the vast majority of public

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2nd strike planned for some Ontario public high school teachers on Wednesday, union says

Some Ontario public high school teachers are set to hold a second one-day strike Wednesday as tensions continue to rise between the teachers’ union

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Bus sociology: UBC professor researches how people act on public transit

For most people, taking a bus comes with its own specific etiquette. Commuters make decisions that are part of the unwritten code of riding the

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New CBC president says future of public broadcasting is local and online

Catherine Tait, CBC/Radio-Canada’s first female president sat down with CBC Radio host Stephen Quinn to talk about the future of public broadcasting in the digital

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City of Kingston invites the public to debate Sir John A. Macdonald’s legacy – Kingston

A public panel was held on Tuesday night at the Grand Theatre to discuss how Sir John A. Macdonald’s history has affected Kingston. The

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