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Vancouver Aquarium files civil claim suing city and park board over cetacean ban

Vancouver Aquarium files civil claim suing city and park board over cetacean ban

VANCOUVER — The Vancouver Aquarium is suing the city and park board over the 2017 cetacean ban for breach of contract and claiming it lost millions of dollars in revenue.

Kraft Heinz acknowledges unexpected translation of its condiment

TORONTO — Kraft Heinz has acknowledged an "unfortunate translation" of its latest buzzy condiment of pre-mixed mayonnaise-ketchup that has reached Canada.
Sisters of Ste-Anne hold garage sale before giving up Montreal convent

Sisters of Ste-Anne hold garage sale before giving up Montreal convent

MONTREAL — In many ways, the garage sale that took place at the Sisters of Ste-Anne's mother house was no different than any of the dozens of others that took place in the Montreal area over the long weekend, although few of the others are quite as s
Canadian pilot Patrick Forseth killed in Honduras plane crash: sister

Canadian pilot Patrick Forseth killed in Honduras plane crash: sister

TRUJILLO, Honduras — A British Columbia woman says her pilot brother was killed in a plane crash in Honduras on Saturday.
Nova Scotia's harsh winter coast stars in horror film screened at Cannes

Nova Scotia's harsh winter coast stars in horror film screened at Cannes

Nova Scotia's unforgiving coast has a starring role — alongside Willem Dafoe and Robert Pattinson — in a new fantasy-horror film that screened to strong reviews at the Cannes Film Festival in France this weekend.
'Rope-a-dope': Environmentalists say Alberta war room threat won't distract them

'Rope-a-dope': Environmentalists say Alberta war room threat won't distract them

EDMONTON — Environmental groups targeted by Alberta Premier Jason Kenney are shrugging off the new government's promised $30-million "war room" to fight criticisms of the province's energy industry.
Unions increasingly at odds over replacing troubled Phoenix pay system

Unions increasingly at odds over replacing troubled Phoenix pay system

OTTAWA — The federal team charged with finding a replacement for the government's troubled Phoenix pay system will present the Liberals with options within weeks that are expected to include "multiple pilot projects," government officials say.
New B.C. museum policy highlights return of Indigenous remains, artifacts

New B.C. museum policy highlights return of Indigenous remains, artifacts

VANCOUVER — Letters to Scotland sent by a woman from the small settlement of Victoria around 1850 gave Dianne Hinkley more insight into why the bones of her ancestors may be spread around the world.

No winning ticket for Saturday night's $5 million Lotto 649 jackpot

TORONTO — There was no winning ticket for the $5 million dollar jackpot in Saturday night's Lotto 649 draw. However, the guaranteed $1 million prize went to a ticket holder in Ontario.

Searchers for missing trio on Great Slave Lake spot body among debris

YELLOWKNIFE — The search for three overdue travellers on frozen Great Slave Lake in the Northwest Territories has been suspended after police say searchers in a helicopter spotted a body.