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CBSA officers seize over 2000 kg of khat, an illegal stimulant in the guise of tea leaves

CBSA officers seize over 2000 kg of khat, an illegal stimulant in the guise of tea leaves

Border services officers from the Metro Vancouver Marine Operations examined the container using a wide range of detection tools and technology, and upon physical inspection, noted discrepancies in the packaging and the substance within the bags.

CBSA officers seize over 2000 kg of khat, an illegal stimulant in the guise of tea leaves

341 COVID19 cases for Friday

341 COVID19 cases for Friday

There are 3,035 active cases of COVID-19 in the province, and 211,577 people who tested positive have recovered. Of the active cases, 291 individuals are in hospital and 115 are in intensive care. The remaining people are recovering at home in self-isolation.

341 COVID19 cases for Friday

Stores kick off Black Friday but pandemic woes linger

Stores kick off Black Friday but pandemic woes linger

Retailers are expected to usher in the unofficial start to the holiday shopping season Friday with bigger crowds than last year in a closer step toward normalcy. But the fallout from the pandemic continues to weigh on businesses and shoppers' minds.

Stores kick off Black Friday but pandemic woes linger

Feds to revisit future of oil and gas aid fund

Feds to revisit future of oil and gas aid fund

Natural Resources Minister Jonathan Wilkinson said Friday a pandemic aid program to help oil and gas companies cut their methane emissions will be revisited now that the industry is back on its feet.

Feds to revisit future of oil and gas aid fund

Variant prompts ban on southern Africa visitors

Variant prompts ban on southern Africa visitors

The new variant, dubbed Omicron, first emerged in South Africa and coincided with a steep rise in the number of COVID-19 cases in that region in recent weeks, according to the World Health Organization.

Variant prompts ban on southern Africa visitors

Watchdog eyes CSIS efforts to disrupt threats

Watchdog eyes CSIS efforts to disrupt threats

In a newly released report, the National Security and Intelligence Review Agency sheds fresh light on the Canadian Security Intelligence Service's use of powers, ushered in six years ago, to actively counter threats.

Watchdog eyes CSIS efforts to disrupt threats

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