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Feds win bid to reargue the facts used in landmark assisted-dying case

By The Canadian Press
October 11, 2017 - 5:28pm

VANCOUVER — Severely ill Canadians who don’t qualify for medical help in dying will suffer even longer while they wait to find out whether the federal government has violated their right to a medically assisted death after a court ruling in B.C. on Wednesday, a civil liberties group says.

How retail giants seized on pop-ups to woo millennials, test expansion plans

By The Canadian Press
October 9, 2017 - 11:24am

VANCOUVER — To drum up excitement around the launch of a credit card targeting the oft-pursued millennial demographic, American Express Canada tapped several star chefs last month to serve Instagram-worthy plates at a restaurant in Toronto that would launch and shutter within a week.

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Tim Hortons franchisee group files new lawsuit against parent company

By The Canadian Press
October 7, 2017 - 7:56am

VANCOUVER — The legal battle between a group of Tim Hortons franchisees and their parent company escalated Friday as the corporate-unsanctioned association filed a lawsuit alleging that Restaurant Brands International, its subsidiary and several executives continually subvert their right to assoc

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Children’s representative calls for youth mental health system in B.C.

By The Canadian Press
October 5, 2017 - 3:45pm

VICTORIA — A 17-year-old boy who took his own life on the grounds of a children’s hospital in Vancouver didn’t get the mental health treatment he needed from the time he was two years old, says British Columbia’s representative for children and youth.

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