Pollock’s Hardware Co-op members vote to stay open

WATCH: Community support has saved Pollock’s Hardware Co-op for a second time. Global’s Marek Tkach reports. Source link [Prosperity] Top Canadian News – Pollock’s

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U.S. House Judiciary Committee sends gun control legislation to Congress floor, for a vote – National

A key House committee approved a bill Wednesday to require background checks for all sales and transfers of firearms, a first step by majority

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California vote opens the door for British Columbia to stop changing clocks for Daylight Saving Time

Time could be ticking on a long-time tradition in British Columbia. Premier John Horgan says that if California goes ahead with sticking on permanent

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2018 midterm vote is the most expensive in U.S. history. Here’s where the cash is coming from – National

As if the significance of the upcoming midterm elections wasn’t already apparent, funding for the 2018 elections is closing in on USD$5.2 billion, making

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Sask. premier calls carbon tax a “vote buying scheme”

Ottawa has revealed that 90 per cent of Saskatchewan’s carbon tax will go back to households. David Baxter has more on what it means

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Safeguards in place to make sure people don’t vote twice on Olympic plebiscite

The returning officer for the Nov. 13 plebiscite — which will ask Calgarians whether or not the city should bid to host the 2026

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One vote win: incumbent mayor loses close race in Peachland – Okanagan

According to unofficial election results, incumbent Peachland mayor Cindy Fortin has lost by one vote to Harry Gough. Gough earned 804 votes; Fortin earned

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ANALYSIS: A historic vote in Quebec for every party, a tougher provincial puzzle for Trudeau

Everyone made history Monday in Quebec. For the first time in Quebec’s history, the Coalition Avenir Quebec (CAQ), led by François Legault, won power

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Grande Cache residents vote to dissolve their town

Grande Cache residents have voted 97 per cent in favour of dissolving their town. In a recent vote, 1,065 residents voted in favour of

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Need a job? Calgary looking for 3,000 workers to help with Olympic plebiscite vote

The city’s elections and census office is looking for 3,000 people to work on the impending Olympic plebiscite.  On Thursday, the Elections Calgary team put

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