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'There are kids under the bus': Quebec parents recount moments after bus hit daycare

'There are kids under the bus': Quebec parents recount moments after bus hit daycare

LAVAL, Que.
More than 10,000 people sign petition opposing B.C.'s Bill 36

More than 10,000 people sign petition opposing B.C.'s Bill 36

"It can politicize health care, and that's really worrying, because that is going to affect patient care," said physician Dr. Joshua Nordine
B.C. First Nation declares emergency over drug and alcohol crisis

B.C. First Nation declares emergency over drug and alcohol crisis

ZEBALLOS, B.C. — A First Nation on the northwest coast of Vancouver Island has declared a state of emergency over what its leadership describes as the "unrelating impact of drugs and alcohol" on its members, particularly children and youth.
Gap in services for Indigenous people in B.C. correctional centres: audit

Gap in services for Indigenous people in B.C. correctional centres: audit

VICTORIA — British Columbia's Provincial Health Services Authority must "do better," the auditor general said, after his office found it was not consistently providing services to Indigenous inmates with mental health and addictions diagnoses.
Quebec police say six people perished in house fire north of Montreal

Quebec police say six people perished in house fire north of Montreal

SAINTE-JULIENNE, Que. — Quebec provincial police say they have found two additional bodies inside a home that burned Thursday morning north of Montreal, bringing the death toll to six.
RCMP's shorter version of injunction prompts court's acquittal of B.C. protester

RCMP's shorter version of injunction prompts court's acquittal of B.C. protester

NANAIMO, B.C. — An old-growth logging protester accused of criminal contempt of court for blockading a forestry road has been acquitted because Mounties read out a short form of the court injunction.
Arsonist used toilet paper to set B.C. porta-potty ablaze

Arsonist used toilet paper to set B.C. porta-potty ablaze

The fire caused $43,000 in damage to the toilet, a portable office and a generator.
Former Vancouver school trustee sentenced in youth sex sting

Former Vancouver school trustee sentenced in youth sex sting

"He suffered impacts of a very massive fall from grace," the judge said.
Northeast B.C. drug runners arrested

Northeast B.C. drug runners arrested

B.C.'s gang task force says 23 people are facing charges after a sweeping bust of a drug network in Fort St. John, Dawson Creek, and Fort Nelson.
Canada strikes sanguine, wait-and-see approach on Biden's latest Buy American gambit

Canada strikes sanguine, wait-and-see approach on Biden's latest Buy American gambit

WASHINGTON — Construction industry advocates, business leaders and suppliers in Canada are taking a cautious, almost sanguine approach to U.S.