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Pakistan-Born Former Straight-A Student Wanting To Join ISIS Is Jailed For Six Years

Pakistan-Born Former Straight-A Student Wanting To Join ISIS Is Jailed For Six Years
Mubashir Jamil was arrested in April, a few days before he planned to leave for Turkey, after messaging the officer on a mobile app in which he also revealed that he wanted to fight for the ISIS terror group in Syria.
 
 

Pakistan-Born Former Straight-A Student Wanting To Join ISIS Is Jailed For Six Years

Oxford Dictionaries Sends Video Message To Victoria Boy Who Invented 'Levidrome'

Oxford Dictionaries Sends Video Message To Victoria Boy Who Invented 'Levidrome'

An editor at Oxford Dictionaries in the United Kingdom has sent an encouraging response to a six-year-old Victoria boy who created a buzz by inventing a word.

Oxford Dictionaries Sends Video Message To Victoria Boy Who Invented 'Levidrome'

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B.C. New Democrats Invite Public Input On Electoral Reform; Liberals Cry Foul

B.C. New Democrats Invite Public Input On Electoral Reform; Liberals Cry Foul

British Columbians are invited to help shape a referendum planned for next fall that could reform the province's voting system in time for the next election in 2021.

B.C. New Democrats Invite Public Input On Electoral Reform; Liberals Cry Foul

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BC Ferries Vehicle Traffic This Summer Is Best Ever

BC Ferries Vehicle Traffic This Summer Is Best Ever
The company says in a statement that revenues for the quarter ending Sept. 30 are also up 3.5 per cent from the same period in 2016.

BC Ferries Vehicle Traffic This Summer Is Best Ever

A Long Wait Ends: Justin Trudeau Apologizes To N.L. Residential School Students

A Long Wait Ends: Justin Trudeau Apologizes To N.L. Residential School Students

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has "humbly" apologized for abuse and cultural losses at residential schools in Newfoundland and Labrador, saying the gesture is part of recognizing "hard truths" Canada must confront as a society.

A Long Wait Ends: Justin Trudeau Apologizes To N.L. Residential School Students

Efforts To Reopen Highway 1 Through B.C.'s Fraser Valley Still On Track

Efforts To Reopen Highway 1 Through B.C.'s Fraser Valley Still On Track

Clean-up efforts continue in British Columbia's eastern Fraser Valley as crews work to reopen Highway 1 after sludge and debris covered the route early Thursday.

Efforts To Reopen Highway 1 Through B.C.'s Fraser Valley Still On Track