Residents concerned about REM light rail and their privacy

People who live near the future REM station locations are voicing their concerns about train commuters seeing into their homes.As Global’s Phil Carpenter reports,

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Grand Forks looks at ways to support residents whose flood-ravaged homes will be bought out

Grand Forks homeowners whose properties will be bought by the government for less than they had hoped might receive other forms of relief from the

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Little Grand Rapids First Nation residents return home after wildfire smoke evacuations – Winnipeg

Residents from Little Grand Rapids First Nation are returning home after being evacuated due to wildfire smoke in the area over the weekend. More

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Halifax residents march to shed light on health care ‘crisis’

The rally is being organized by Nova Scotia Health Care Crisis calling for the government to make changes to the health care system. Alicia

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‘We know what it was like’: Slave Lake residents offer help, open homes to people fleeing wildfire

The evacuation order for the town of High Level, the surrounding Mackenzie County and the nearby Bushe River Reserve of the Dene Tha’ First Nation

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B.C. Interior residents say province’s caribou protection plans will lead to forestry job losses

The B.C. government’s efforts to protect the province’s dwindling caribou population is taking pushback from people in the Interior, who say the plan will

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Pointe-Claire pilot project offers money to residents who buy reusable hygiene products – Montreal

The City of Pointe-Claire, in Montreal’s West Island, is offering grants of up to $200 for residents who buy reusable diapers, feminine hygiene products,

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Residents urge Halifax to take action after section of Sir Sandford Fleming Park put up for sale – Halifax

A rather large section of a park in Halifax is now up for sale, leaving residents and trail lovers wondering what’s next for the

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Frustration builds for Sechelt residents displaced by sinkhole threat

The District of Sechelt’s mayor will meet provincial government officials on Tuesday to discuss the community’s sinkhole-plagued Seawatch neighbourhood. It’s been nearly a month since

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No charges for Imperial Oil despite Sarnia residents fearing ‘the plant was going to blow up’

Imperial Oil Ltd. will not be charged for a Feb. 23, 2017, incident that saw huge flames shooting from its Sarnia refinery, which residents

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