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Man charged after allegedly ramming RCMP cruiser

Kamloops RCMP have charged a Barriere man after he allegedly fled from police and struck a police vehicle

Liberal MP accuses Tory MP of ‘humiliating’ comments, sexual in nature

Sherry Romanado levelled the accusation against Manitoba MP James Bezan on Monday

Billy Bush says Trump ‘Access Hollywood’ tape is real

The recording of the lewd conversation between Bush and Trump emerged during the 2016 presidential campaign

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      Car and truck collide on foggy night
        Public school gets first library

          Trudeau says trade with China an answer to rising populism

          The prime minister remained hopeful that Canada and China could forge ahead with a full-fledged trade deal

          City of Nanaimo turns off Facebook comments

          Decision was made in an in camera meeting Monday

          Head-on car crash clogs Stewart Avenue

          Taxi and one other car collide at Stewart near Larch Street

          Maffeo Sutton Park plans include more beach access

          City of Nanaimo councillors receive updated draft master plan for downtown park

          Government investment grows child care spaces in Nanaimo area

          Nanaimo and Gabriola Island to benefit from province’s $33-million investment in childcare spaces

          Victoria breaks rainfall record for November

          Residents say mild weather makes toughing out the rain worthwhile

          U.S. Supreme Court allows full enforcement of Trump travel ban

          The ban bars travel from six mostly Muslim countries

          Wrongful conviction award for B.C. man capped at $8 million

          The B.C. Court of Appeal dismissed appeal from Ivan Henry

          Flair Airlines eliminates carry-on fee

          Flair Airlines tinkering with ultra low cost model by eliminating carry-on fee

          B.C. to review 2017 flooding, wildfire seasons

          Emergency Management B.C. needs better response, Premier John Horgan says

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          Ottawa willing to give more pot tax revenue to provinces to help cities

          Finance Minister Bill Morneau willing to increase share next week with provinces and territories

          Search for missing plane near Revelstoke called off

          The coast guard will officially be ending its search as of 3:30 p.m. Monday

          Lamborghini joins the boom in supercar SUVs

          Lamborghini is set showcase its new supercar SUV on Monday, the Urus