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Telus asks CRTC permission to add 1.5% credit card surcharge to customer bills

Canadians who pay their cellphone bill with a credit card could soon see an extra fee every month, if Canada's telecom regulator approves a proposal...

Woman charged with assault following violent police incident as tents removed from Vancouver's Hastings Street

A woman has been charged for assaulting a police officer after a violent incident involving police on Tuesday afternoon, as city staff began the process of...

Former B.C. premier Christy Clark endorses Jean Charest in Tory race

Former British Columbia premier Christy Clark endorsed Jean Charest on Wednesday to be the next leader of the federal Conservatives, at a time when she says...

B.C. Lions cash in on free agency ‘Betts’ with leading sack master

Sports Football CFL BC Lions Defensive lineman, who signed in...

Whitecaps' response to misconduct allegations 'appropriate' but investigation superficial: report

An independent investigation has concluded that the Vancouver Whitecaps' response to allegations of misconduct by former women's coaches Bob Birarda and Hubert Busby Jr....

B.C. Lions’ James Butler’s status in doubt for Stampeders game

Sports Football CFL BC Lions Team injury report has CFL’s...

Missing Indigenous woman from northern B.C. found dead, police confirm

An Indigenous woman who has been missing from New Hazelton, B.C., since late 2018 was found dead earlier this year, Mounties have confirmed.Human remains...

Severe thunderstorm watches in place for B.C. Interior as fire risk stays high

Much of B.C.'s Interior is being warned about the risk of severe thunderstorms Thursday, as an unsettled weather system rolls north from the United States...

Canada's newest coin pays tribute to Oscar Peterson

Montreal pianist and jazz musician Oscar Peterson is being honoured with a commemorative coin, released today. Peterson, who died in 2007, was one of Canada's most...

Air Canada, WestJet continue to deny compensation for flight disruptions caused by crew shortages

A recent Canadian Transportation Agency (CTA) decision was supposed to help clear the air on flight compensation. When issuing a decision in a WestJet case on July...

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