B.C. gas pipeline on hold after Indigenous tools found on construction site
The Unist'ot'en Clan of the Wet'suwet'en Nation says it found two stone tools where Coastal GasLink is currently building the camp that will house workers near Houston in B.C.'s northern Interior.
Metro Vancouver mayors vote yes on SkyTrain extension to UBC
The extension will build upon the Broadway Subway line, which will connect VCC-Clark station to Arbutus Street, and is expected to open in 2025.
Man charged in Scarborough homicide had previous shooting conviction, is brother of Danzig shooter
One of two men arrested and charged after a fatal daylight shooting in Scarborough earlier this week was previously convicted in a shooting more than six years ago, and is the brother of a man who pled guilty to numerous charges in the city’s infamous Danzig shooting.
School tool combats fake science news
Finding a sense of family, after years in foster homes, a street gang and prison
In-bounds avalanche buries 2 people at Castle Mountain Resort
Match Wrap: Shapovalov's comeback against Wawrinka falls short
5 killed, 5 injured in shooting at a manufacturing plant in Illinois
Amber Alert mobile system working despite glitches, but could be tweaked, experts say
Hells Angels controlled cocaine, meth sales in New Brunswick, police say
N.W.T. gov't officials shoot wolf near Detah ice road
Germany's Friedrich wins 2-man bobsleigh gold
CBC Ottawa News February 15, 2019
UCP election reform pitch interesting but a bit contradictory, political scientist says
Yukoner charity worker in 'lockdown' amid violence in Haiti
CBC Toronto News February 15, 2019
Who is your chosen family?
I bribed the Libyans. It's how things work in hopelessly corrupt countries: Neil Macdonald