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    Meng Wanzhou ruling and the potential political fallout

    UBC Political Science Professor Yves Tiberghien explains the potential political fallout from the BC Supreme Court ruling against Huawei CFO Meng Wanzhou. Source link...

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    Shawn Richards began the month of March, 2020 clean and sober.The Orillia, Ont. man was finishing a three-month rehabiliation program for opioid dependency...

    Alberta plates spark nasty response in BC border towns

    It seems that people from out of province are a red flag for some BC residents worried about the spread of COVID-19. A...

    Okanagan grandmother says naked man stole van, struck fire hydrant, then took a bath in geyser

    Dianne Clark says she’s seen a lot in her lifetime but nothing like what she witnessed in her Westbank First Nations (WFN) neighbourhood...

    Huawei CFO Meng Wanzhou lost a key fight in her extradition case. What happens next?

    Huawei CFO Meng Wanzhou lost a major fight in her extradition case Wednesday after a B.C. court ruled against both her and China’s...

    Gabby’s Country Cabaret in Langley closes for good

    A popular Langley country bar is closing its doors, and the owner says that under the current restart rules, most B.C. nightclubs will...

    ‘The wrong message’: Vancouver cuts sanitation funding, hires $95K social media staffer – BC

    A Vancouver city councillor says the city needs to reassess its priorities, after it cut funding for street cleaning to hire a new...

    ‘Aeris the Sky Dog’ enjoys paragliding in Kamloops

    Dogs make excellent companions and most owners know the joy of taking theirs for a run or a hike. But as Paul Johnson...

    China can’t afford to retaliate against Canada for Meng Wanzhou decision, experts say

    Wednesday’s legal setback in Huawei executive Meng Wanzhou‘s extradition battle drew sharp condemnation from both Huawei and the Chinese embassy in Ottawa, which...

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