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“Mr. Kam is not a credible witness,” Crown prosecutor Daniel Mulligan told the court. "He's a demonstrated liar."
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Freestyle Canada announces sudden death of 19-year-old Okanagan skier
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Shelby Thom 7h
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Full statement from Freestyle Canada on death of national mogul team athlete Brayden Kuroda, who died suddenly Monday night at the age of 19. “Our hearts are crushed with the immeasurable loss of this effervescent, bright, talented young man."
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Shelby Thom 7h
Devastating news. freestyle mogul skier Brayden Kuroda, 19, passed away suddenly last night, according to Freestyle Canada. A cause of death has not been provided. (Photo Freestyle Canada\Facebook)
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Rumina Daya 7h
WATCH: MURDER OR MANSLAUGHTER?
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The change would add an extra $8.39 per year to a Netflix subscription.
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The person who owned the property claimed they were running a dog rescue service.
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Wet’suwet’en protests: Emergency House of Commons meeting to begin over rail blockades
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Richard Zussman 9h
Shirley Bond says the province promised to spend a billion dollars more than they actually did. “Are you better off today than you were before?”
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Negar Mojtahedi 9h
“Separate the person from the policy” disappointed by protestors going to home
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Richard Zussman 9h
. calls this a budget of broken promises. Says ICBC rates are unaffordable and renting is unaffordable. says there is no plan to grow the economy.
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For the first time in years, the B.C. government is projecting that the province's beleaguered public insurer will be in the black.
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: Westbound traffic on East Hastings Street and Clark Drive is impacted due to protesters. Drivers are advised to consider alternative route.
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The appeal comes several weeks after four Vancouver Island residents were arrested in Swift Current, Sask., on suspicion of human trafficking.
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The B.C. government is increasing taxes on the rich and pop drinkers to help fund the continuation of its affordability agenda.
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From a tax on sugary drinks to a new income bracket for B.C.s top earners, here are a dozen things you should know about this year's budget.
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Removing the exemption from pop.
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Richard Zussman 10h
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New need-based’ grant for low to middle income post-secondary students. An estimated 40,000 students will be eligible to up to $4,000 a year for programs under two years in length and up to $1,000 a year for programs 2 years and over.
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Richard Zussman 10h
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The province is projecting a budget surplus of $227 million in 2020-21, $179 million in 2021-22 and $374 million in 2022-23.
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Richard Zussman 10h
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Province removing PST exemption currently on sweetened carbonated drinks, making soft drinks 7 per cent more expensive. The change comes into effect July 1, 2020 and is expected to bring in $27 million next year and $37 million the next year.
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