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Three strong earthquakes reported in Pacific Ocean off Vancouver Island

Three relatively strong earthquakes were recorded Sunday night in the Pacific Ocean off Vancouver Island. The U.S. Geological Survey reported a 6.6 magnitude quake about 260 kilometres west of Tofino, followed by a 6.
Kennedy Stewart challenged with building bridges as mayor of Vancouver: expert

Kennedy Stewart challenged with building bridges as mayor of Vancouver: expert

VANCOUVER — On the heels of his narrow victory in Vancouver's dramatic mayoral race, observers say Kennedy Stewart's biggest challenge will be leading a council fractured across party lines as he tries to deliver on platform promises like increasing
Bombardier sues Mitsubishi over alleged theft of aircraft trade secrets

Bombardier sues Mitsubishi over alleged theft of aircraft trade secrets

MONTREAL — Bombardier is suing Mitsubishi Aircraft in the United States over alleged trade secret misappropriation.
Ten communities to watch as municipal elections are held in Ontario

Ten communities to watch as municipal elections are held in Ontario

Voters across Ontario are casting ballots today to elect their next municipal governments.
Nunavut politician to ask legislature to consider civilian RCMP oversight

Nunavut politician to ask legislature to consider civilian RCMP oversight

IQALUIT, Nunavut — A Nunavut politician wants the territory to review how it investigates violence complaints against the RCMP in light of recently released documents and videos.
Ontario's former privacy commissioner resigns from  Sidewalk Labs

Ontario's former privacy commissioner resigns from Sidewalk Labs

TORONTO — Ontario's former privacy commissioner has resigned from her consulting role at a company that is preparing to build a high-tech community on Toronto's waterfront, becoming one of many to step away from the project due to concerns about how
Scheer marks one-year countdown to federal election with campaign-style speech

Scheer marks one-year countdown to federal election with campaign-style speech

OTTAWA — Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer marked the start of the one-year countdown to the 2019 election with a campaign-style speech that took direct aim at the Liberal government's record — on everything from carbon taxes, to ethics, to budgetary
Vancouver says no recount required unless there's a tie, as runner-up mulls options

Vancouver says no recount required unless there's a tie, as runner-up mulls options

Vancouver's runner-up in the race for mayor says he won't concede until he has a chance to consult advisors, but the City of Vancouver says no recount is required unless there's a tie.
Postal workers to begin strikes in 4 Canadian cities Monday if deal not reached

Postal workers to begin strikes in 4 Canadian cities Monday if deal not reached

OTTAWA — The union representing 50,000 Canada Post employees says it will begin rotating strikes if a deal isn't reached by the deadline early Monday morning. The Canadian Union of Postal Workers says strikes will begin at 12:01 a.m.
One year to election: Trudeau Liberals gear up for tussles on climate, premiers

One year to election: Trudeau Liberals gear up for tussles on climate, premiers

OTTAWA — Twelve months from now, Canadians will pass judgment on the Trudeau government and decide whether its first mandate should be its last or if it deserves another four years. As the one-year countdown to the next federal election on Oct.