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Two-year sentence for B.C. gymnastics coach who filmed students using toilet

KELOWNA, B.C. — A gymnastics coach who secretly filmed his young athletes using the toilet has received a two-year sentence for making and possessing child pornography.
Two Quebec women among the many affected by Texas flooding

Two Quebec women among the many affected by Texas flooding

HOUSTON — Two Quebec women are among the thousands of people caught up in the flooding in Texas caused by Hurricane Harvey — one who can't leave her home and one who has no idea when she can return home.

B.C. bull takes horns, hooves and hot temper for unauthorized adventure

KAMLOOPS, B.C. — China shops, beware — a bull is on the loose in British Columbia's southern Interior. RCMP say the 635 kilogram bull escaped last week from the BC Livestock Yard in Kamloops, about 350 kilometres northeast of Vancouver.

Large storm to remain offshore of Atlantic Canada, three-metre swells expected

HALIFAX — The Canadian Hurricane Centre says a large storm system that's tracking towards Atlantic Canada is expected to remain well offshore, but up to three-metre swells are expected in some areas of Nova Scotia and Newfoundland.
Pauline Marois recalls Quebec election-night shooting five years later

Pauline Marois recalls Quebec election-night shooting five years later

MONTREAL — As the fifth anniversary of Quebec's election shooting approaches, Pauline Marois says she has forgiven the man who murdered a lighting technician that night and who was also intent on killing her.

Five stories in the news for today, Aug. 29

Five stories in the news for Tuesday, Aug. 29 ——— NEW BRUNSWICK PREMIER MAKING FINAL SOFTWOOD PITCH New Brunswick's premier heads to Washington today to meet with a member of U.S.

Men between 19 and 59 new focus of B.C.'s deadly overdose epidemic

VANCOUVER — Too many men working in trades are overdosing on opioids, says a chief medical health officer in British Columbia who wants the industry to be involved in identifying interventions that could save lives. Dr.

Mother of baby killed in Edmonton fire thankful for support, looking ahead

EDMONTON — The mother of a five-month-old baby boy who died in an Edmonton house fire says she is touched by the support she is receiving from everyone.
B.C. court tosses private clinic's bid to be exempt from paying daily court fees

B.C. court tosses private clinic's bid to be exempt from paying daily court fees

VANCOUVER — A British Columbia Supreme Court judge says a private clinic that is suing the province over restrictions on private health insurance must continue to pay daily court fees.
Guess Who founding member Chad Allan hospitalized after suffering stroke

Guess Who founding member Chad Allan hospitalized after suffering stroke

VANCOUVER — The Guess Who founding member Chad Allan is recovering in a British Columbia hospital after suffering a stroke.