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B.C. requests more info on Surrey police shift

B.C. requests more info on Surrey police shift

Farnworth says the policing transition in Surrey is complex, requiring a full and in-depth analysis before a decision is made, as stability in policing is fundamental to ensuring public safety. Surrey city council voted in December to send a plan to Farnworth requesting to keep the RCMP, saying that would save $235 million over five years.

B.C. requests more info on Surrey police shift

B.C. to install earthquake warning sensors

B.C. to install earthquake warning sensors

A joint federal and provincial government announcement today says the sensors will give seconds, or perhaps tens of seconds, of warning before the strongest shaking arrives, helping to reduce injuries, deaths and property loss.

B.C. to install earthquake warning sensors

Canada offers four Leopard battle tanks to Ukraine

Canada offers four Leopard battle tanks to Ukraine

The four tanks that Canada is sending to Ukraine are being drawn from the Army’s current inventory of 82 Leopard 2s designed for battle, which former Army officers have said are already stretched thin.

Canada offers four Leopard battle tanks to Ukraine

No more home internet money for Tory, Liberal MPs

No more home internet money for Tory, Liberal MPs

A breakdown of recent expenses shows 31 Tory MPs have charged taxpayers for home internet services for either themselves or staff. The information was first reported by the National Post.

 

  

No more home internet money for Tory, Liberal MPs

5 tips for women starting their journey in mountaineering

5 tips for women starting their journey in mountaineering

For women, mountaineering may be a demanding and gratifying experience that has numerous physical and psychological advantages. Above all, it improves self-awareness and mental health. Here are 5 crucial suggestions that you must bear in mind if you are a lady eager to begin your climbing trip.

5 tips for women starting their journey in mountaineering

Liberals kick off their winter caucus retreat

Liberals kick off their winter caucus retreat

The federal party's caucus chair says their first priority is making life more affordable for Canadians, and MPs also want to build a green economy and address climate change. Brenda Shanahan says the retreat is critical because the 158 MPs haven't gotten together since before the holidays, and it's time for them to put forward fresh ideas.

Liberals kick off their winter caucus retreat

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