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B.C.'s Health Minister Terry Lake Campaigns To Raise Legal Smoking Age To 21

B.C.'s Health Minister Terry Lake Campaigns To Raise Legal Smoking Age To 21

Terry Lake says he's an ardent anti-smoker and believes the longer people are legally prevented from buying tobacco products, the better the odds are they won't pick up the habit.

B.C.'s Health Minister Terry Lake Campaigns To Raise Legal Smoking Age To 21

NDP Renews Call For B.C. Premier To Change Law On Political Donations

NDP Renews Call For B.C. Premier To Change Law On Political Donations

VICTORIA — British Columbia's NDP leader is asking the premier to support a bill he plans to introduce that would ban corporate and union donations to the province's political parties.

NDP Renews Call For B.C. Premier To Change Law On Political Donations

Avalanche Warning Issued For Parts Of Northern British Columbia And Alberta

Avalanche Warning Issued For Parts Of Northern British Columbia And Alberta
 
REVELSTOKE, B.C. — A special avalanche warning has been issued for parts of northern British Columbia and Alberta, starting Friday and lasting until the end of the day on Monday.

Avalanche Warning Issued For Parts Of Northern British Columbia And Alberta

Investment Scam Mastermind To Be Sentenced In 'Ponzi Scheme' Fraud

Investment Scam Mastermind To Be Sentenced In 'Ponzi Scheme' Fraud

HALIFAX — A Nova Scotia financial manager who was the mastermind behind an investment scam that bilked about 200 investors out of more than $1 million is to be sentenced later this year.

Investment Scam Mastermind To Be Sentenced In 'Ponzi Scheme' Fraud

Canadians Set To Watch Trump Inauguration, Some Plan To Boycott The Event

Canadians Set To Watch Trump Inauguration, Some Plan To Boycott The Event

Trump Uncertainty May Be 'golden Moment' For Canadian Firms To Invest: Expert

Canadians Set To Watch Trump Inauguration, Some Plan To Boycott The Event

RCMP Instructor Charged With Assault At Regina Airport, Remains At Work

RCMP Instructor Charged With Assault At Regina Airport, Remains At Work

REGINA — An instructor at the RCMP's training depot in Regina has been charged with assault for allegedly punching a man through the window of a vehicle.

RCMP Instructor Charged With Assault At Regina Airport, Remains At Work