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Frustrated parents accuse Ottawa of quietly killing nanny program

BRITISH COLUMBIA NEWS
Parents who say they’re tearing their hair out trying to apply for a foreign nanny accuse the federal government of stringing them along for political reasons. “We're pawns in a game that's supposed to look like families are getting helped, but they're not,” says an Edmonton father.

Cache Creek declares state of emergency after flash flood

BRITISH COLUMBIA NEWS
The small B.C. Interior town of Cache Creek declared a state of emergency Sunday afternoon after torrential rain caused a flash flood on Saturday which sent raging water and debris through downtown streets and closed two highways.

Mysterious ocean 'blob' could be behind warmer B.C. temperatures

BRITISH COLUMBIA NEWS
If you're wondering why British Columbia experienced such a mild winter and early spring, you could maybe blame it on a mysterious "blob" of warm water in the Pacific Ocean.

Vancouver protesters demand action to curb high cost of real estate

BRITISH COLUMBIA NEWS
More than 100 people rallied at the Vancouver Art Gallery on Sunday afternoon to protest the high cost of housing in Vancouver.

National News

Strong quake rattles Tokyo and surrounding area

CANADIAN HEADLINES NEWS
An earthquake rattled Tokyo and its suburbs Monday, shaking buildings and temporarily stopping trains but causing no apparent damage or injuries.

5 things to know for Monday, May 25, 2015

CANADIAN HEADLINES NEWS
Five things you need to know this Monday: A state of emergency has been declared in a B.C. community reeling from flash flooding; a safety announcement that ties in with Facebook is expected today; tributes are pouring in for John Forbes Nash Jr. and his wife who dies in a car crash on Sunday; the United States and Iran have engaged in a war of words over the fight against the Islamic State; and a Halifax cab driver says he was wrongfully arrested after his passenger committed a series of crimes.

Air Canada begins crackdown in Toronto on carry-on bags

CANADIAN HEADLINES NEWS
Airline staff at Toronto's Pearson International Airport have been stationed at both check-in and security checkpoints to ensure carry-on bags meet size and weight requirements.

B.C. village declares state of emergency after devastating flash floods

CANADIAN HEADLINES NEWS
A village in the B.C. interior has declared a state of emergency after a violent storm on Saturday evening triggered flash flooding in the area.





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