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B.C. lawyers overwhelmingly nix accreditation of Christian law school

VANCOUVER - Members of the Law Society of British Columbia have voted overwhelmingly against accrediting a Christian university's law school....

posted: October 30,2014

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Perjury trial hears of alleged meeting between Mounties in Dziekanski case

VANCOUVER - A former RCMP officer's perjury trial heard allegations Thursday that the four Mounties involved in Robert Dziekanski's death gathered for a private meeting in the weeks before testifying at a public inquiry....

CBC offers counselling to employees, Ghomeshi vows to fight accusations

TORONTO - The CBC offered counselling to its employees Thursday as more women stepped forward with allegations of "abusive behaviour" by Jian Ghomeshi, and announced it is hiring a third-party company to conduct an investigation amid...

What will remain of federal surplus following Harper's family tax cuts?

OTTAWA - One thing is for certain: Prime Minister Stephen Harper's sweeping new package of family tax cuts will chew through billions of dollars of the Conservative government's projected budgetary surplus....

Alberta Premier Jim Prentice reboots talks with Lubicon band chief on land claim

EDMONTON - Alberta Premier Jim Prentice has rebooted talks with a northern aboriginal band that has been seeking a land claim for almost 80 years....

Government underspends on military equipment, weapons systems, infrastructure

OTTAWA - As the Conservative government doles out pricey good-news announcements thanks to a looming budget surplus, newly released public documents show it continues to shortchange the military....

Senate still out $45K for questionable travel and living expense claims

OTTAWA - Quick, someone get the Senate the number of a good collection agency....

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