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A cash cap is the only way to stop money laundering in B.C., inquiry hears

VANCOUVER — A lawyer for a gaming expert says limiting the amount of cash flowing through casinos is the only way to stop money laundering at the facilities in British Columbia.
Halifax council studies quiet fireworks displays to avoid alarming veterans

Halifax council studies quiet fireworks displays to avoid alarming veterans

HALIFAX — A Nova Scotia city councillor is pushing for quiet fireworks in Halifax out of concern the noise is alarming veterans and people on the autism spectrum.

Ontario confirms new case of coronavirus, patient had travelled to Iran

TORONTO — A woman in her 60s who recently travelled to Iran has become the fifth person to contract the novel coronavirus in Ontario, as the province's monitoring of the virus widens.
Arts dean at Regina university sorry poet vilified over lecture controversy

Arts dean at Regina university sorry poet vilified over lecture controversy

REGINA — Emails show the University of Regina's dean of arts told George Elliott Clarke that he was sorry the acclaimed poet had been vilified over his relationship with the killer of an Indigenous woman.

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Groundhogs got it wrong: spring isn't coming soon, Weather Network says

Two out of three groundhogs got it wrong — at least according to the Weather Network's spring forecast.
Toronto blockade cleared and a slow-blooming spring; In The News for Feb. 26

Toronto blockade cleared and a slow-blooming spring; In The News for Feb. 26

In The News is a roundup of stories from The Canadian Press designed to kickstart your day. Here is what's on the radar of our editors for the morning of Feb. 26 ... What we are watching in Canada ...

Feds to introduce bill dropping some restrictions on assisted dying

OTTAWA — The federal government will introduce legislation today aimed at making it easier for intolerably ill Canadians to get medical help to end their lives.

Groundhogs got it wrong: spring isn't coming soonh, Weather Network says

Two out of three groundhogs got it wrong — at least according to the Weather Network's spring forecast.
Arts dean at Regina university sorry poet vilified over lecture controversy

Arts dean at Regina university sorry poet vilified over lecture controversy

REGINA — Emails show the University of Regina's dean of arts told George Elliott Clarke that he was sorry the acclaimed poet had been vilified over his relationship with the killer of an Indigenous woman.