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Facebook announces changes to political advertising to meet new federal rules

Facebook announces changes to political advertising to meet new federal rules

OTTAWA — Facebook is launching a new advertisement library that will capture detailed information about political ads targeted at voters in Canada, including who pays for them and whom they target.
BC Hydro system faces cybersecurity threats: auditor general

BC Hydro system faces cybersecurity threats: auditor general

Overall hydro system could be brought down through attacks on component parts
Habitat funding welcome, but not long-term solution says, Squamish conservationist

Habitat funding welcome, but not long-term solution says, Squamish conservationist

Governments kick in $142.8M toward a five-year wild salmon restoration program for B.C. coast
Province will pilot new immigration program in Squamish

Province will pilot new immigration program in Squamish

The town is one of more than 30 communities to join pilot
Trudeau fills vacancy in cabinet with B.C. MP Joyce Murray

Trudeau fills vacancy in cabinet with B.C. MP Joyce Murray

Murray's promotion comes after Ontario MP Jane Philpott quit the cabinet over the SNC-Lavalin controversy
Wilderness survival book borrowed in 1977 is finally returned to B.C. library

Wilderness survival book borrowed in 1977 is finally returned to B.C. library

A book about surviving in the outdoors has been returned to a B.C. library branch more than four decades after it was checked out.
Two thirds of Canadians support a change on birthright citizenship: Survey

Two thirds of Canadians support a change on birthright citizenship: Survey

How concerned people are about birth tourism appears to depend on their age and political affiliation
NDP ready to freeze legal aid funding as lawyers prepare April 1 strike

NDP ready to freeze legal aid funding as lawyers prepare April 1 strike

‘System has reached a breaking point,’ legal aid lawyers association spokesman says
Terrorist attacks in New Zealand felt in the Sea to Sky

Terrorist attacks in New Zealand felt in the Sea to Sky

Perpetrators of these heinous attacks want people to be afraid, but the mosque is always open, says North Vancouver Iman
In conversation with BC Liberal leader Andrew Wilkinson

In conversation with BC Liberal leader Andrew Wilkinson

Wilkinson addresses legislature's spending controversy, Squamish housing and gas prices