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Safety alert: Canada-wide recall of Tums due to 'contamination'

Safety alert: Canada-wide recall of Tums due to 'contamination'

The recalled product poses a risk of injury.
Quality of life signs to check for your aging pet

Quality of life signs to check for your aging pet

Having a pet can be a lot of fun, but as pets reach their golden years, they require a lot more health care to stay healthy and happy.
Opinion: Indigenous spiritual teaching in schools can foster reconciliation and inclusion

Opinion: Indigenous spiritual teaching in schools can foster reconciliation and inclusion

Spirituality is a vital part of Indigenous identities. Incorporating spiritual education can create space in schools where Indigenous students can learn and grow.
The keepers of Cheewaht: Restoring an ecosystem for generations to come

The keepers of Cheewaht: Restoring an ecosystem for generations to come

The Cheewaht Lake watershed provides a home for dense and rare biodiversity.
The new faces of B.C.’s labour movement

The new faces of B.C.’s labour movement

Sussanne Skidmore and Hermender Singh Kailley win top jobs at the BC Federation of Labour. What’s their agenda?
Book about Alberta man's disappearance in B.C. becomes Amazon bestseller

Book about Alberta man's disappearance in B.C. becomes Amazon bestseller

Author and mother Heather Shtuka said writing the book was a "cathartic" experience.
Photos: All Marvel movies ranked worst to best

Photos: All Marvel movies ranked worst to best

Has the dawn of the MCU given viewers more to celebrate or has the glut of superhero movies led to "Avenger fatigue"?
'It's worth it, 100 per cent': Homeschooling enrolment surges during the pandemic

'It's worth it, 100 per cent': Homeschooling enrolment surges during the pandemic

In Canada, homeschooling doubled in the first year of the pandemic. More than 83,000 students enrolled in homeschooling in the 2020/2021 school year,
True Crime Canada: The case of disgraced former Col. Russell Williams

True Crime Canada: The case of disgraced former Col. Russell Williams

Between February and October of 2010, the commander of Canadian Forces Base Trenton was stripped of his command. His uniform was burned. His scroll for his commissioner as an officer was shredded. Warning: This story contains details that may be distressing to some readers.
25 ways you could be saving money today

25 ways you could be saving money today

Saving money doesn't have to be complicated.
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