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June 9, 2018 9:00 AM Here's how Doug Ford's political views measure up against the PC voters who elected him

How conservative is the Progressive Conservative leader? And how conservative are his supporters? What kind of conservative is Doug Ford? That is the question on the minds of many voters in Ontario as the Toronto businessman and his Tories prepare to form a majority government at Queen's Park. The former city councillor is often painted with a populist 29

February 23, 2018 9:00 AM Judge to decide whether La Loche shooter will be sentenced as youth or adult

A provincial court judge will decide today if the teen who pleaded guilty in the 2016 shooting spree in La Loche, Sask., will be sentenced as a youth or an adult. More than two years after the La Loche teen went on a rampage that left four people dead and seven others wounded in the remote community northwest of Saskatoon, two different portraits of him have emerged 37

October 28, 2017 11:45 PM Jason Kenney wins Alberta United Conservative leadership race

CALGARY -- Former federal cabinet minister Jason Kenney has won the leadership of Alberta's United Conservative Party. The longtime Calgary MP, who held high-ranking positions in the government of Stephen Harper, beat former Wildrose leader Brian Jean and lawyer Doug Schweitzer on the first ballot. He took 61.1 per cent of the vote, over Jean at 31.5 per cent and Schweitzer 45

October 26, 2017 5:11 AM Made-in-India Jeep Compass SUV Export Begins, 1st Batch Shipped to Australia And Japan

Jeep India has shipped its very first batch of 600 units of the Compass SUV from the Bombay Port Trust facility to Australia and Japan. FCA India announced that it has begun shipping right-hand drive units of the Made-in-India Jeep Compass as part of its export strategy, articulated during the SUV’s market launch in India three months earlier. The automobile 53

September 12, 2017 7:36 PM 'Making invisible things visible': With iPhone 8 and iPhone X, Apple kicks off the augmented reality wars

With new phones purpose-built for AR experiences, Apple believes that how we use our phones is about to change ​If you want to know where technology is heading, imagine a tape measure. You can drag it across the floor, or run it along the frame of a doorway. Except this tape measure is virtual — it exists solely on the screen of an iPhone — and it's about 82

July 30, 2017 6:19 PM B.C. wildfires lead to new evacuation orders, but not everyone leaves home

Evacuation orders came down late Saturday, affecting hundreds in Clinton, Clisbako Hundreds of wildfire evacuees from B.C.'s southern Cariboo region were under evacuation order on Saturday night, but not everyone chose to leave town. The village of Clinton, which has a population of about 650, was told to evacuate around 4:40 p.m. PT due to the nearby 25

July 29, 2017 9:04 AM Christy Clark, a polarizing premier, leaves the political arena with an uncertain legacy

Much is contingent on whether her mega-projects come to fruition After Christy Clark announced she would be stepping down as leader of the B.C. Liberal Party, the first public comments from her fellow MLAs came from Rich Coleman, B.C.'s long-time deputy premier. "I want to talk about Christy for a second," he said, voice choking up, outside the building 30

July 11, 2017 10:01 AM Former Winnipeggers feel the heat of wildfires in B.C

Jonathan VanElslander is on the frontlines of the fires, helping to to create a rings of protection When Jonathan VanElslander took a job with a private forestry company in British Columbia the last thing the born-and-raised Winnipegger expected was to be in the thick of a forest fire. But the self-proclaimed tree nerd has been spending his days not far from 100 Mile House 30

July 1, 2017 3:21 PM New Canada 150 sculpture highlights N.L.'s time zone quirk

Newfoundland and some parts of Labrador were the first to experience Canada's 150th anniversary "When you're always half an hour ahead, you never feel the need to catch up." That was a slogan in a Newfoundland and Labrador tourism video, with images of wild Atlantic Ocean waves crashing into rugged cliffs, that I — a big city Toronto girl — saw when I started 18

June 22, 2017 10:37 PM Charlottetown Sears store avoids closure

Sears Canada announces closures of 59 stores in Canada, 2,900 jobs eliminated With the news that Sears Canada is closing 59 stores across the country and eliminating 2,900 jobs, it was business as usual in Charlottetown as that store wasn't on the list of closures. Sears Canada was granted court protection from creditors on Thursday so it can restructure 20