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  1. B.C. Green Party candidate to run in Richmond. From over 600 km away.

    03.29 / 04:41 globalnews.ca Globalnews.ca - Canada
    He plans on doing much of his campaigning by social…
  2. Andre De Grasse among 18 being honoured at 2017 Harry Jerome Awards

    03.29 / 03:03 globalnews.ca Globalnews.ca - Canada
    Olympian Andre De Grasse has been announced as one of 18 winners as a part of the 35th annual Harry Jerome…
  3. Growing concerns on lack of facial recognition regulation

    03.29 / 01:47 globalnews.ca Globalnews.ca - Canada
    In the U.S., the FBI is using it to solve crimes – with a database that accounts for around half of adult Americans. But some people didn't consent to being in said d…
  4. Justin Trudeau making stop in Saskatoon

    03.29 / 00:10 globalnews.ca Globalnews.ca - Canada
    Justin Trudeau is making a stop in Saskatoon on Wednesday…
  5. Neighbours say NIMBY to proposed dry living apartment

    03.29 / 00:10 globalnews.ca Globalnews.ca - Canada
    Neighbours in the area of Rutland Road and McCurdy Road in Kelowna are gathering in opposition of a proposed apartment building planned for the corner…
  6. Budget fallout: Education minister suggests Saskatchewan has too many libraries

    03.28 / 23:45 globalnews.ca Globalnews.ca - Canada
    Saskatchewan's education minister is suggesting there are too many libraries in the…
  7. Heart recipient plays in charity hockey game honouring Calgary organ donor

    03.28 / 23:45 globalnews.ca Globalnews.ca - Canada
    Heart recipient Tanner Fitzpatrick flew to Calgary from Newfoundland to play in the fifth annual Marit Cup in honour of his organ…
  8. Doctor tells inquest Regina woman dead in laundry chute went down feet first

    03.28 / 22:52 globalnews.ca Globalnews.ca - Canada
    A doctor says the injuries of a woman found dead after falling 10 storeys through a Regina hotel's laundry chute suggest she probably went down feet…
  9. 14-year-old girl upset after being banned from Oshawa Generals games

    03.28 / 21:36 globalnews.ca Globalnews.ca - Canada
    For 14-year-old Lilly Freeman-DeHart, the Oshawa Generals junior hockey team are a big part of her life. But the teen is upset after being banned for a year by the team after an incident at a recent…
  10. New study gives Maritime sexual orientation education a failing grade

    03.28 / 21:36 globalnews.ca Globalnews.ca - Canada
    A recent study shows that Maritime high school graduates are not overly impressed with the sex education they got while in public…
  11. Would a universal childcare system in Canada pay for itself?

    03.28 / 21:11 globalnews.ca Globalnews.ca - Canada
    Some economists are taking issue with a Fraser Institute study that criticizes Quebec's…
  12. Sask. government takes another step toward having a single provincial health authority

    03.28 / 21:11 globalnews.ca Globalnews.ca - Canada
    Health Minister Jim Reiter introduced legislation to reconfigure the province’s 12 Regional Health Authorities (RHA) into a single Provincial Health Authority (…
  13. Long wait times for surgery? Depends on where you live

    03.28 / 20:47 globalnews.ca Globalnews.ca - Canada
    How long you'll wait to get cataract surgery or a knee replacement surgery could vary widely depending on where you live, according to a new report examining healthcare wait times in…
  14. Quebec budget 2017: Mild income-tax cuts, elimination of health contribution

    03.28 / 20:23 globalnews.ca Globalnews.ca - Canada
    Quebec Finance Minister Carlos Leitao has released Quebec’s 2017 b…
  15. Federal inmate on the loose found in Barrie, Ont., provincial police say

    03.28 / 20:23 globalnews.ca Globalnews.ca - Canada
    OPP issued a Canada-wide warrant for Ryan Hamelin on Monday, saying that he could attempt to flee to…
  16. Moose Jaw, Sask. reeling from provincial budget

    03.28 / 19:31 globalnews.ca Globalnews.ca - Canada
    The City of Moose Jaw is scrambling to find another $3.7 million because of provincial budget…
  17. Alberta’s historic Oxley Ranch protected in conservation deal

    03.28 / 19:31 globalnews.ca Globalnews.ca - Canada
    One of Canada's oldest working ranches will be protected as a result of a conservation agreement with the Nature Conservancy of…
  18. Police in Moose Jaw, Sask. warn about CRA scam

    03.28 / 19:04 globalnews.ca Globalnews.ca - Canada
    Moose Jaw police are warning residents about a Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) scam that is making its way around southern…
  19. Sen. Don Meredith will appear before ethics committee on April 4

    03.28 / 19:04 globalnews.ca Globalnews.ca - Canada
    The lawyer for embattled Sen. Don Meredith says his client will honour an invitation to appear before the Senate ethics…
  20. Suspicious death near Wilkie, Sask.

    03.28 / 19:04 globalnews.ca Globalnews.ca - Canada
    Unity RCMP and members of the major crime unit and emergency response team investigating suspicious death near Wilkie,…