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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Miramichi police issue another public plea for information on man’s ‘suspicious’ disappearance

Police in Miramichi, N.B., have once again issued a public plea for information into what they’re calling the suspicious disappearance of a 21-year-old man

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How did we get here? Failed public policy and Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside

Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside has been the epicentre of homelessness and drug addiction in the province for decades. It has also been the focus of public

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One for the books: Regina Public Library celebrates 110 years of service – Regina

The invite to the Regina Public Library’s 110th anniversary was a wide-cast net — even those with outstanding late fees were encouraged to attend

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RCMP appeal to public for information after 2 tourists found dead off northern B.C. highway

Police are asking the public for information as part of an investigation into a double homicide after two tourists were found dead in northern

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Work camp killer still poses ‘significant risk’ to public safety, review board finds

Kenneth Kelly and Mia Burry always used to hold hands. That changed for the couple four years ago, the night they saw two people stabbed

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Alberta village charged in death of public works foreman

Not a day goes by when Dwight Levick doesn’t think about his daughter Martina Levick. “I don’t think I’d ever cried in my life. I can’t

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Public servants in Phoenix pay system fiasco offered 1.25 paid days off per year– they said no – National

The union that represents the majority of federal employees has rejected the government’s “meagre” offer to compensate public servants who’ve fallen victim to the

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Fort St. John, B.C., considers supplying free menstrual products in public spaces

A city councillor in Fort St. John, B.C., wants to make menstrual products free and available in all public spaces in the community. Byron

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