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Can you answer these real 'Jeopardy!' questions about dogs?

Can you answer these real 'Jeopardy!' questions about dogs?

Hey, Lassie!
True Crime Canada: The Air India bombings case

True Crime Canada: The Air India bombings case

Warning: This story contains details that may be distressing to some readers. The article is written from the perspective of a journalist who covered the case.
How 'monkeypox' and other disease names have caused controversy

How 'monkeypox' and other disease names have caused controversy

It may seem intuitive to name diseases based on their origins or discovery locations; however, this approach also presents issues.
Watch: Hundreds salute slain Burnaby Mountie during final escort

Watch: Hundreds salute slain Burnaby Mountie during final escort

Honouring a hero before her body is laid to rest.
Vancouver two-beer sentence breach yields new conditional sentence

Vancouver two-beer sentence breach yields new conditional sentence

"Mr. Hindle exited his vehicle carrying an imitation machine gun at the low ready position."
Dark web: What can you buy for the price of a cheeseburger?

Dark web: What can you buy for the price of a cheeseburger?

Identity theft is not a joke. Here's how to protect yourself.
Watch: B.C. firefighter chats wildfires, prevention

Watch: B.C. firefighter chats wildfires, prevention

A B.C. forest firefighter provides an insider's look at how wildfires are controlled, plus some advice on how you can prevent them.
Former B.C. vice-principal convicted of child porn charges gets lifetime teaching ban

Former B.C. vice-principal convicted of child porn charges gets lifetime teaching ban

Robert Haire resigned on Sept. 21, 2018.
Gen Xers outdo boomers with largest carbon footprint, BC Hydro report finds

Gen Xers outdo boomers with largest carbon footprint, BC Hydro report finds

More than half of millennials rate baby boomers as the least environmentally conscious generation.
Researchers look to Canada’s oceans to sink planet-warming carbon

Researchers look to Canada’s oceans to sink planet-warming carbon

Canada has promised to drop its emissions 40 to 45 per cent below 2005 levels by 2030.