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80 kilometre-an-hour winds caused chaos in Lower Mainland, 140 intersections lost power

BRITISH COLUMBIA NEWS
Record-high winds whipped B.C.'s Lower Mainland, seriously injuring at least one person Saturday, sending trees crashing into homes and cars, and knocking out power to hundreds of thousands.

Where do the federal parties stand on housing?

BRITISH COLUMBIA NEWS
Candidates from all four major parties running in B.C. in the 2015 federal election stopped by On The Coast to talk about where they stand on housing issues like affordability, renting, buying a home, foreign owners and more.

Undermanned Whitecaps blanked 2-0 by Dynamo

BRITISH COLUMBIA NEWS
Ricardo Clark and Raul Rodriguez scored and the hometown Houston Dynamo beat the short-handed Vancouver Whitecaps 2-0 on Saturday night to snap a three-game winless streak.

Fierce B.C. storm leaves 400,000 homes without power

BRITISH COLUMBIA NEWS
Winds maxing out at 90 km/h in some parts of southwest B.C. have made for dangerous conditions on roads, with downed trees and power lines. At least 400,000 homes are without power.

National News

Canadian journalist Fahmy sentenced to 3 years in prison in Egypt

CANADIAN HEADLINES NEWS
An Egyptian court sentenced Canadian Mohammed Fahmy and two other Al-Jazeera English journalists to three years in prison on Saturday, prompting a torrent of criticism from governments, human rights advocates and press freedom activists.

Thousands without power after windstorm slams southwestern B.C.

CANADIAN HEADLINES NEWS
A powerful windstorm caused chaos in southwestern British Columbia on Saturday, knocking out power to 330,000 homes and felling trees that crushed cars and critically injured a woman.

Explosion interrupts work at Alberta oilsands site; all workers safe

CANADIAN HEADLINES NEWS
An explosion at a Syncrude oilsands processing site near Fort McMurray has interrupted operations at the facility.

Oakville mayor under fire for comparing Harper’s private security team to Hitler’s

CANADIAN HEADLINES NEWS
The mayor of Oakville, Ont., has come under fire for a tweet seemingly comparing Stephen Harper’s campaign security team to the militias that served dictators Adolph Hitler and Benito Mussolini.





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