March 27, 2023

B.C. plans family law changes to decide who gets the pets when couples separate

Attorney-General Niki Sharma says amendments she introduced in legislature will clarify the law around pets, property and pensions for couples and families going through a separation or divorce
March 27, 2023

Evening Update: Indigenous sisters were jailed for 30 years for a murder they say they didn’t commit

Also: Tomorrow is budget day, Israel sees mass protests over judiciary bill, and the cloudy audit report from Ottawa’s feminist assistance policy
March 27, 2023

Hockey Canada ordered to hand over report on 2018 allegations to Parliament

The motion was tabled and passed before the committee’s hearing on safe sport in Canada
March 27, 2023

P.E.I. party leaders debate health care, housing ahead of provincial election

Health care took centre stage as the leaders of Prince Edward Island's four main political parties faced off in a televised debate ahead of the provincial election.
March 27, 2023

Man charged with murder after stabbing outside Vancouver coffee shop

Police say the stabbing happened Sunday after a brief altercation between two men outside a Starbucks in the city’s downtown core
March 27, 2023

After online harasser's guilty plea, broadcaster Jody Vance wants to see positive change

Vancouver broadcaster Jody Vance says she wants to see “something good” come from the years she spent fearing for her family’s safety because of one man’s relentless harassment campaign.
March 27, 2023

B.C. tribunal orders $9,755 payout to taxi driver over caste-based discrimination

The tribunal’s decision says Manoj Bhangu, an immigrant from Punjab in India, was discriminated against by two co-workers on the basis of his ancestry, place of origin, and race
March 27, 2023

Saskatchewan judge orders release of sisters jailed for 30 years for a murder they say they didn’t commit

Nerissa and Odelia Quewezance’s conviction is currently under review by the federal Minister of Justice for a possible miscarriage of justice
March 27, 2023

Vancouver looks to frozen eggs to help control booming Canada goose population

The city’s board of parks and recreation wants the public to report a nest sighting so staff can replace the eggs with ones that have been frozen to help keep the population in check
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