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NDP lead grows to 13 votes following recount in Courtenay-Comox
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The B.C. NDP lead has grown to 13 votes following a recount in the riding of Courtenay-Comox. NDP candidate Ronna Rae Leonard now leads with 10,056 votes to 10,043 votes over Liberal candidate Jim Benninger. Both parties have scrutineers to watch ...
Absentee ballot count begins in British ColumbiaThe Globe and Mail
Martyn Brown: At what point does Compromise let Hypocrisy rule?Straight.com

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Coquihalla Highway remains closed - next update Tuesday morning at 6am
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MERRITT (NEWS 1130) – The Coquihalla Highway remains closed this morning in both directions south of Merritt until at least 6am because of an overnight truck fire that spilled some hazardous materials. DriveBC says Highway 5 is closed both northbound ...
Coq closed overnightCastanet.net
Coquihalla to be closed all daySalmon Arm Observer

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Trails closed, warning issued after bear attacks hikers near Squamish
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Some trails in Squamish were closed after a bear attacked two hikers on Sunday, injuring one of them. In a Facebook post from Sunday night, Buzz Henczel said he was walking on a trail in Merrill Park in Garibaldi Highlands when a mother bear ran out of ...
Bear attack forces closure of Squamish trailsCBC.ca
Bear attacks man in Squamish areaNews1130
Hiker receives minor injuries after surprising mother bear and cub near SquamishGlobalnews.ca
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Okanagan Lake surpasses 1990 flood levels Monday ahead of Tuesday storm
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Okanagan Lake rose to 342.87 metres, which is over the 1990 lake flood level, according to a release late Monday by Central Okanagan Emergency Operations. This year's projected peak is 343 metres. With projected wave action, the lake is expected to ...
Warmer weather to push lake levels higherKelowna Capital News
Hot days speed up rise in lake levelThe Daily Courier (subscription)
Nearing flood markCastanet.net
CKNW News Talk 980 -CBC.ca -KelownaNow -CTV News
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Crews rescue multiple hikers as snowy condition persist on North Shore
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With sunny, warm weather finally washing over the south coast, outdoor enthusiasts flooded into the mountains over the May long weekend. Many of them, however, needed help getting safely back out. A man hiking near Lost Lake in West Vancouver fell ...
North Shore Rescue rescues multiple people near Cypress BowlCBC.ca
Even well into May, North Shore snow pack making for treacherous hiking conditionsVancouver Sun
Group of hikers stuck on top of North Vancouver mountainCKNW News Talk 980
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Justin Trudeau jogs by unsuspecting teens, stops for 'memorable' graduation photo
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A group of Vancouver high school graduates say a chance encounter with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau during their prom photoshoot made their graduation that much more memorable. “You look at your grad night and you hope for a memorable time, but I ...
Trudeau jogged through a Vancouver prom on the seawallCBC.ca

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Homicide detectives investigate after woman, 50, found dead in Mississauga
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Homicide detectives from Peel Regional Police are investigating after the body of a woman was found in a Mississauga apartment unit on Sunday night. The woman, of Mississauga, was 50 years old. Const. Bally Saini, spokesperson for Peel Regional Police, ...
Homicide unit investigating after woman found dead in Mississauga homeToronto Star
Suspicious death in MississaugaCHCH News
Homicide unit investigating after woman found dead in Mississauga apartmentCTV News
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Female inmate in Ontario dies after being found unresponsive in cell
Ottawa Citizen
WINDSOR, Ont. — A woman who was found unresponsive in her cell at a detention centre in southwestern Ontario has died. A spokesman with the Ministry of Community Safety and Correctional Services says the woman was found by staff at the South West ...

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Oldest Protestant church in southern Alberta destroyed by fire
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The first permanent Protestant church ever built in southern Alberta was destroyed by fire early on Monday morning, just east of Morley on Highway 1A. The wooden McDougall Stoney Mission Church was built in 1875 to "minister" to the Stoney First Nation ...
142 year-old historic Alberta church destroyed in blazeCalgary Herald
Historic church along Highway 1A damaged in early morning fireCTV News
Historic Old McDougall Church destroyed by fireGlobalnews.ca
Cape Breton Post -MetroNews Canada
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