Okanagan retailers mark one year since federal legalization of cannabis

Okanagan cannabis retailers are marking the one year anniversary of federal legalization with pride, but getting their doors open hasn’t come without challenges. Shelby

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Liberal platform adds $9.3B in spending next year, sees deficit hitting $27.4B

Justin Trudeau’s Liberals launched their full campaign platform on Sunday with promises of new support for post-secondary students and graduates, paid for, in part,

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Class sizes swell across Calgary as enrolment rises 2,000 students year over year

Enrolment is up by 2,000 students across the Calgary public school system this year, and everyone is feeling it. One Calgary parent says her

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Nadal wins U.S. Open, marking second Grand Slam title this year – National

The 19th Grand Slam title that seemed so inevitable for Rafael Nadal during the first two-plus sets of the U.S. Open final suddenly seemed

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Toronto cops who saved 2 men trapped in elevator during flash flood named 2018 officers of the year

Toronto Police Service Constables Josh McSweeney and Russell Barnett reflect on being named the 2018 officers of the year. Source link [Prosperity] Top Canadian

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Newcomers to Canada learn how to navigate start of school year in Vancouver

The start of a new school year can be an anxious time for parents and students, especially for those who are starting a new

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Fewer wildfires, less scorched land in B.C. so far this year compared to 2018

As wildfires go, 2019 has been a relatively quiet year for British Columbia. Since April 1, there have been 691 wildfires across the province,

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Family Matters 2018 Year in Review: extended parental leave, unique ways to parenthood and improving family life

Lots changed for Canadian families in 2018, from an extended parental leave to new rules proposed for surrogate moms. One of the biggest changes this

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Teachers’ union worried as school year approaches amid budget uncertainty

The president of the Alberta Teachers Association say there’s too much uncertainty about what classrooms will look like this fall. Jason Schilling says some

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Caribbean Carnival converges on Toronto for 52nd year

The atmosphere was electrifying — the type that moves through your body and causes your hips to sway to the beat — during the

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