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Canada Revenue Agency apologizes as online services go down

Canada Revenue Agency apologizes as online services go down

OTTAWA — The Canada Revenue Agency says its online systems have gone down and it isn't saying when they will be back.
Report calls for increase in electric buses as manufacturing footprint grows

Report calls for increase in electric buses as manufacturing footprint grows

TORONTO — A new report by a green energy think-tank calls for increased investment in electric buses to both reduce emissions and boost Canada's growing manufacturing base of the vehicles.
Cheetahs will not prosper in B.C.

Cheetahs will not prosper in B.C.

Panel rejects permit request for two big cats
Two resign from Quest University's board of governors

Two resign from Quest University's board of governors

Michael Hutchison and David Fujimagari, both from local development company Bethel Lands Corporation, step down
Trucker who caused Broncos crash likely to be deported after sentence: lawyer

Trucker who caused Broncos crash likely to be deported after sentence: lawyer

Jaskirat Sidhu is to be sentenced today in Melfort, Sask., for dangerous driving after pleading guilty in January
Man injured in avalanche at Silver Star Resort

Man injured in avalanche at Silver Star Resort

High temperatures create high avalanche risk province-wide
B.C. broke a whopping 42 weather records yesterday and reached highs of 24.5°C

B.C. broke a whopping 42 weather records yesterday and reached highs of 24.5°C

The Metro Vancouver and Sea to Sky weather forecasts called for some record-breaking high temperatures on Tuesday, March 19. However, the sheer amount of records that were broken may surprise you.
First Nations, cities support B.C.'s plan to require permits for pipelines

First Nations, cities support B.C.'s plan to require permits for pipelines

VANCOUVER — First Nations and cities that have seen costly and damaging oil spills are supporting British Columbia's efforts to require permits for companies transporting hazardous substances through the province. The B.C.
B.C. prepares for wildfire season as residents urged to protect property

B.C. prepares for wildfire season as residents urged to protect property

British Columbia's forests minister says the province is preparing for the wildfire season with some new strategies
B.C. launches measles immunization catch-up program

B.C. launches measles immunization catch-up program

The program will run from April to June with the goal of reaching a 95 per cent immunization rate province-wide