Thursday 19th October, 2017

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Nilsson, Canucks blank Senators

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OTTAWA -- Anders Nilsson made 32 saves in his first game for the Vancouver Canucks, a 3-0 shutout of the Ottawa Senators on Tuesday night ...

After rainy, stormy Wednesday, B.C. told to expect more wet weather soon

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Heavy rains and high winds rolled across the southern half of B.C. Wednesday, disrupting flights, power and afternoon commutes as many streets and highways flooded. ...

Women still struggle for seat at boardroom table, report finds

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Even in 2017, it is still rare to find women in British Columbia's executive boardrooms, according to a report examining the executive make-up of the ...

'We are stacked right up to the ceiling': Smithers, B.C., public library squeezed for space

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The 3,400-square-foot Smithers Public Library opened in 1967 and has twice expanded. It needs 10,000 square feet of space to meet the demand. (Andrew Kurjata/CBC) ...

'It is blinding toxic': Expert sounds alarm on ammonia at public rinks

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A former chief inspector with the B.C. Safety Authority says he's been sounding the alarm about the dangers of ammonia for over 30 years, and ...

Group searching for relatives of Victoria airman killed in WW II, after uncovering his fate

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On July 29, 1944, a crew of seven men were flying a night raid in a Lancaster bomber when their plane was hit by enemy ...

Vancouver musician calls for 'national toast' to remember Gord Downie

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Steven Drake, former member of the Vancouver band Odds, sits in front of the console used to record the Tragically Hip's first album. (Gian-Paolo Mendoza/CBC) ...

Where do men fit in #MeToo conversations about sexual violence?

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Women are posting 'me too' on social media to indicate they have been sexually harassed or assaulted but say men need to be part of ...

Battle brewing over potential sale of public beach

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Lake Country resident Marie Malloy regularly walks along the shoreline with her dog and calls it 'a beautiful public beach.' (Brady Strachan/ CBC) ...

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Bullying and sexual harassment won't be tolerated on Twitter

CALIFORNIA, U.S. - After Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey announced that the social media platform will unveil a stronger set of rules against sexual harassment and ...

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