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Hefty fine for Alberta man for his illegal campfire in Kelowna
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It's a costly lesson for an Alberta man who started an illegal campfire in Kelowna. On the night of July 22nd, the fire department responded to a report of visible flames in forested area near homes on Dilworth Mountain. A campfire had been lit at a ...
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Michaels: This is a safe community ? mostly
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Like the 94 per cent of people polled in the City of Kelowna's most recent Citizen Survey, I think this city is blessedly safe. But we have some problems illustrated yearly by Statistics Canada's Crime Severity Index (CSI). Figures released Monday ...

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Kylie Masse: Made in Canada
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Kylie Masse?s landmark swim in the 100-metre backstroke at the world championships was a triumph for both the athlete and the Canadian university sports system that helped make her a champion.



Watch the Pan Am junior badminton championships
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Watch live on Friday at 10 a.m. ET as some of the best young badminton players square off on in Markham, Ont., at the 2017 Pan Am junior badminton championships.



Watch the women's water polo gold medal match
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Watch live on Friday at 2:30 p.m. ET the U.S. takes on Spain in the gold-medal match of women's water polo at the FINA world aquatics championships in Budapest, Hungary.



Penny Oleksiak 6th in 100m freestyle final at aquatics worlds
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Penny Oleksiak followed up her 2016 Olympic victory with a sixth-place finish in a stacked women's 100-metre freestyle final at the world aquatics championships on Friday in Budapest. Later, she beat her own Canadian mark in the 50 butterfly semifinal.



Russia downs Canada for bronze in women's world water polo
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Daria Ryzhkova led Russia to its fifth women's water polo bronze medal in world aquatics championships history, scoring four goals in a 11-9 victory over Canada in on Friday in Budapest.



Republican finger-pointing begins after late-night defeat of Obamacare repeal bill
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Dealing a serious blow to U.S. President Donald Trump's agenda, the Senate early Friday rejected a measure to repeal parts of Obamacare after a night of high suspense in the U.S. capitol.



North Korea fires missile that lands in sea off Japan
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North Korea fired a ballistic missile Friday night that landed in the ocean off Japan, Japanese officials say.



Charlie Gard, British baby who was focus of legal health battle, has died
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Critically ill baby Charlie Gard, whose medical and legal story in Britain sparked compassion and controversy around the world, has died just days before his first birthday.



Non-addictive cigarettes on the way: U.S. regulator announces goal to cut nicotine levels
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The U.S. Food and Drug Administration recently announced its goal to make cigarettes less addictive. Analysts argue that the announcements means that FDA Commissioner Scott Gottlieb has sided with e-cigarettes.



George Clooney blasts French magazine for paparazzi pics of newborn twins
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Actor and filmmaker George Clooney is blasting a French magazine carrying paparazzi images of his newborn twins on its cover and touting the photo spread as an exclusive.



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Christy Clark announces resignation as leader of B.C. Liberal Party
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Christy Clark is stepping down as leader of the B.C. Liberal Party effective Aug. 4.



Attorney General David Eby defends donation ban delay
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The B.C. NDP made banning political and union donations in the province a key part of its platform, but Attorney General David Eby says the bill will take some time to put together to make sure it's legally robust.



Pacific Blue Cross job action causing claim backlog, frustration
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Some members say they've been unable to make claims for 5 weeks.



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North Korea fires missile that lands in sea off Japan
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North Korea fired a ballistic missile Friday night that landed in the ocean off Japan, Japanese officials say.



Christy Clark resigns as leader of B.C. Liberal Party
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Former premier Christy Clark is stepping down as leader of the B.C. Liberal Party, effective Aug. 4.



Charlie Gard, British baby who was focus of legal health battle, has died
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Critically ill baby Charlie Gard, whose medical and legal story in Britain sparked compassion and controversy around the world, has died just days before his first birthday.



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Christy Clark resigns as leader of B.C. Liberal Party
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Former premier Christy Clark is stepping down as leader of the B.C. Liberal Party, effective Aug. 4.



Chippewas must pay energy giant's legal bills in lost court battle
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The Supreme Court of Canada has ordered the Chippewas of the Thames, a community of 3,000, to pay energy giant Enbridge's legal fees after an unsuccessful attempt by the First Nation to stop the company's ambitions on its controversial Line 9 pipeline.



Border guards fired guns 18 times in a decade ? accidentally in most cases
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Their union says the fact guards drew their guns 299 times during that period to defuse potentially dangerous situations shows why more of them should be armed at Canadian airports.



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Eli Lilly files $500M NAFTA suit against Canada over drug patents

Eli Lilly is accusing Canada of violating its obligations to foreign investors under the North American Free Trade Agreement by allowing its courts to invalidate patents for two of its drugs.



Verizon challenges FCC's right to impose net neutrality

A court in Washington, D.C., is pondering a challenge by Verizon Communications Inc. over the "net neutrality" rules imposed by the Federal Communications Commission.



Who are Canada's top 1%?

What does it take to be among the top one per cent of all income earners in Canada? We dug deep into the data from Statistics Canada's latest National Household Survey to find out more about just who these people are.