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Hockey games, weddings, concerts in B.C. back to 100 per cent for fully vaccinated

Hockey games, weddings, concerts in B.C. back to 100 per cent for fully vaccinated

VICTORIA — British Columbia's top doctor says COVID-19 capacity limits for indoor and outdoor organized events will be lifted on Oct. 25, the day after the deadline for residents to be fully vaccinated if they want to attend certain venues.
Coal report on Albertans' views to be delayed one month, says panel chairman

Coal report on Albertans' views to be delayed one month, says panel chairman

EDMONTON — A report detailing how Albertans feel about open-pit coal mining in the Rockies will be delayed by a month, says the head of the committee preparing the document.
Green Party lays off core staff members amid financial drought, internal strife

Green Party lays off core staff members amid financial drought, internal strife

OTTAWA — Layoffs are once again hitting the Green Party as party brass look to shave costs amid persistent financial and political woes.
Lawyers say they should be excluded from money laundering policies in B.C.

Lawyers say they should be excluded from money laundering policies in B.C.

VANCOUVER — Two groups representing lawyers say their profession should be excluded from any government regulations aimed at fighting money laundering in British Columbia in order to protect the confidentiality of the lawyer-client relationship.
Legault pledges to decentralize health as he lays out priorities for coming year

Legault pledges to decentralize health as he lays out priorities for coming year

Quebec Premier François Legault has made decentralizing the province's health-care system a key priority for his government as he enters the final year of his mandate.
Paramedic on stand at murder trial of stepmother in killing of 7-year-old Quebec girl

Paramedic on stand at murder trial of stepmother in killing of 7-year-old Quebec girl

TROIS-RIVIÈRES, Que. — A paramedic who went to the home of a seven-year-old Granby, Que., girl who died in April 2019 told a trial Tuesday the girl was not breathing and didn't have a pulse when she arrived.
Nunavut companies to ship plastic water bottles to Southern Canada for recycling

Nunavut companies to ship plastic water bottles to Southern Canada for recycling

IQALUIT, Nunavut — A group of companies in Nunavut has teamed up to help recycle thousands of plastic water bottles that have been shipped to Iqaluit during the capital city's water crisis.
Newfoundland and Labrador government orders review of Royal Newfoundland Constabulary

Newfoundland and Labrador government orders review of Royal Newfoundland Constabulary

ST. JOHN'S, N.L. — The Newfoundland and Labrador government has launched an independent review of the Royal Newfoundland Constabulary after a growing number of sexual assault allegations surfaced against police officers.
Postelection review to probe where Conservatives bled votes to People's Party, NDP

Postelection review to probe where Conservatives bled votes to People's Party, NDP

OTTAWA — The former MP leading the review into the Conservatives’ election performance says it will examine how Tories lost votes to Maxime Bernier’s People’s Party of Canada.
Tk’emlúps leaders' open letter set steps for PM to prove commitment to reconciliation

Tk’emlúps leaders' open letter set steps for PM to prove commitment to reconciliation

KAMLOOPS, B.C. — Senior members of a British Columbia First Nation have issued an open letter to Prime Minister Justin Trudeau that offers seven immediate steps he could take to show he is serious about reconciliation.