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B.C. First Nation signs agreement with province over land, resource talks

BRITISH COLUMBIA NEWS
After 25 years of court battles, the Tsilhqot'in nation and the province have signed a deal outlining future negotiations over land and resources.

Police seek help solving two violent assaults on Vancouver women

BRITISH COLUMBIA NEWS
Vancouver police are looking for potential witnesses following two violent attacks on women on residential streets near the Oakridge Mall.

Vancouver-based gold mining company accused of using forced labour

BRITISH COLUMBIA NEWS
A Vancouver-based mining company that struck gold in the small North African country of Eritrea is being accused in a B.C. lawsuit of permitting forced labour to be used in the construction of its mine.

Deadly new street drug 100 times stronger than fentanyl

BRITISH COLUMBIA NEWS
On the heels of hundreds of overdose deaths related to fentanyl, a new and extremely lethal drug has hit the streets in Western Canada.

National News

Air pollution kills 5.5 million globally each year, new research shows

CANADIAN HEADLINES NEWS
New research led by the University of British Columbia has found that more than 5.5 million people die prematurely each year due to household and outdoor air pollution.

Escaped inmate assaults motorist, steals car in New Brunswick

CANADIAN HEADLINES NEWS
Police say a 29-year-old New Brunswick man escaped from Dorchester Penitentiary Friday afternoon and assaulted a motorist as he made his getaway.

'I was worried he would fall': Boy, 7, holds onto classmate who slipped off ski lift

CANADIAN HEADLINES NEWS
A seven-year-old boy who managed to hold onto his classmate who slipped off a ski lift said he was just helping a friend, and doesn't feel like a hero.

Lives shattered by concussions: former NHL players share their stories

CANADIAN HEADLINES NEWS
A special W5-TSN investigation into brain injuries suffered by NHL players airs this Saturday, featuring emotional interviews with two of the more than 100 former players who are suing the National Hockey League, claiming it put profits ahead of their health.





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