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Telecom prices still too high

Mobile prices still too high for low-income consumers The leader of an advocacy group says Canada’s telecom companies are using “magic math” that exaggerates how

‘Digital contingency’

Bank of Canada to create its own digital currency The country’s central bank plans to lay the foundation for its own digital currency as a

3.2 million living in poverty

566,000 children among 3.2 million Canadians living in poverty Statistics Canada says 3.2 million Canadians are living below the poverty line. The agency is releasing

‘Peaceful resolution’ needed

Trudeau calls for ‘peaceful’ end to rail blockades Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says reconciliation requires a “peaceful resolution” to the blockades that have kept rail

EV options growing

Profitability challenges limit growth of electric vehicle sales Automakers are rolling out some big additions to the electric vehicle landscape this year as the market

Spring weather takes a break

Snow and cold temperatures hit the Okanagan Valley Despite the warm weather that the Okanagan has been experiencing lately, it seems that spring still isn’t

Protesters midnight deadline

Police give Tyendinaga Mohawk protesters deadline to clear out Protesters were reportedly given until the end of Sunday night to clear a blockade on Tyendinaga

Teck withdraws application

Teck withdraws application for new oilsands mine Teck Resources Ltd. says it’s withdrawing its application for a massive oilsands mining project just days ahead of

Flat holiday shopping season

Retail sales flat in December, growth lowest in a decade Canadian retail sales were virtually unchanged in December compared with the prior month, ending a

Pipeline halt ‘not an option’

Premier John Horgan rejects call to halt Coastal GasLink Premier John Horgan rejected calls to halt the $6.6 billion Coastal GasLink project at a media


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