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Sunken boat found, three fishermen still missing near Tofino, B.C.

TOFINO, B.C. — A boat that went down off Vancouver Island has been found, but police say the search continues for three missing fishermen.

RCMP say in a news release that an underwater dive team has recovered the vessel from waters near Tofino, B.C., after it sank early Friday morning. 64 more words

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University of Saskatchewan medical college gets full accredititation: college

SASKATOON — The prognosis is good for the future health of Saskatchewan’s medical school.

The University of Saskatchewan’s College of Medicine was put on probation in 2013 when an accreditation committee found the school’s education standards were lacking in some areas. 164 more words

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Pot to be legal by mid-September after senators pass pot legalization bill

OTTAWA — Canadians will be able to legally purchase and consume recreational marijuana by mid-September at the latest after the Senate voted Tuesday to lift almost a century-old prohibition on cannabis. 695 more words

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B.C. judge approves Victoria's plastic bag bylaw going into effect in July

VICTORIA — The mayor of Victoria is hailing a court victory allowing the city to enact a bylaw that will prohibit grocery stores from offering or selling plastic bags to shoppers. 164 more words

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B.C. judge approves Victoria's plastic bag bylaw going into effect in July

VICTORIA — The mayor of Victoria is hailing a court victory allowing the city to enact a bylaw that will prohibit grocery stores from offering or selling plastic bags to shoppers. 164 more words

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Denys Arcand's 'The Fall of the American Empire' is about the power of money

MONTREAL — The latest film by internationally recognized Quebec director Denys Arcand is about money, how it’s omnipresent, guides people’s choices, and like humans, is capable of doing good things and bad. 274 more words

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Halifax council meets with company pushing for East Coast CFL team

Halifax Regional Council received a private briefing Tuesday from the company hoping to bring a CFL team to the Maritimes.

Mayor Mike Savage confirmed councillors met with representatives of Maritime Football Ltd., but would not discuss the nature of the talks. 278 more words

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