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Federal Government Making Electronic Logs Mandatory For Truck, Bus Drivers

Federal Government Making Electronic Logs Mandatory For Truck, Bus Drivers

 Transport Canada says it will require all commercial drivers to have electronic logging devices.

Federal Government Making Electronic Logs Mandatory For Truck, Bus Drivers

Openly Gay Legion Member Presses Ahead With Discrimination Complaint

Openly Gay Legion Member Presses Ahead With Discrimination Complaint

A Cape Breton man who says he faced discrimination at his local Royal Canadian Legion because he is gay is pressing ahead with a human rights complaint.

Openly Gay Legion Member Presses Ahead With Discrimination Complaint

Alberta Premier Jason Kenney Seeks Alliance With Quebec's Francois Legault

Alberta Premier Jason Kenney Seeks Alliance With Quebec's Francois Legault

MONTREAL — Alberta Premier Jason Kenney says he and Quebec Premier Francois Legault are natural allies in the fight to defend provincial autonomy in the face of federal interventions.

Alberta Premier Jason Kenney Seeks Alliance With Quebec's Francois Legault

Chandrayaan-2, India’s Second Moon Mission, To Be Launched On July 15

Chandrayaan-2, India’s Second Moon Mission, To Be Launched On July 15

India's second mission to the moon, Chandrayaan-2, would be launched on July 15, Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) Chairman K Sivan announced on Wednesday.

Chandrayaan-2, India’s Second Moon Mission, To Be Launched On July 15

One Man Critically Hurt, Another In Custody When Man Hit By Bus In Burnaby, B.C.

One Man Critically Hurt, Another In Custody When Man Hit By Bus In Burnaby, B.C.

RCMP in Burnaby, B.C., are trying to unravel what led to a man being hit and critically injured by a transit bus.

One Man Critically Hurt, Another In Custody When Man Hit By Bus In Burnaby, B.C.

First Nations Push For Massive Conservation Area In Northern British Columbia

First Nations Push For Massive Conservation Area In Northern British Columbia

The proposal would cover the ancestral areas of three Kaska Dena First Nations and would be larger than Vancouver Island, taking up a massive section of north-central B.C.

First Nations Push For Massive Conservation Area In Northern British Columbia