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B.C. high court finds in favour of large landowner in fight over access to lakes

B.C. high court finds in favour of large landowner in fight over access to lakes

VANCOUVER — British Columbia's highest court has sided with the largest private landowner in the province in a dispute over public access to public land. In a unanimous ruling, a panel of the B.C.
Proposed federal carbon offset credit regulations raise farmer advocate's concern

Proposed federal carbon offset credit regulations raise farmer advocate's concern

CALGARY — Projects that qualify to sell federal greenhouse gas emission credits to offset industrial carbon taxes will have to have been started in the past four years and go "beyond business-as-usual practices" under proposed regulations unveiled by
'It's time to move on': Martinrea executives call for end to travel restrictions

'It's time to move on': Martinrea executives call for end to travel restrictions

TORONTO — Frustrations stemming from COVID-19 travel restrictions boiled over during a conference call Thursday when top executives at auto parts manufacturer Martinrea derided the health measures, saying it's "time to move on" and recognize the "goo

Journal's 'appalling' racism podcast, tweet prompt outcry

A prominent medical journal’s provocative tweet was meant to prompt interest in a podcast on racism. Instead, the Twitter post and the podcast stoked backlash and admonishment from the doctors' group that publishes the journal.
Patrick J. Adams defends 'Suits' co-star Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex, on Twitter

Patrick J. Adams defends 'Suits' co-star Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex, on Twitter

TORONTO — Canadian actor Patrick J. Adams is defending his "Suits" co-star Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex, as she and husband Prince Harry square off against media critics and the British Royal Family.
What you need to know about Johnson & Johnson's approved single-dose vaccine

What you need to know about Johnson & Johnson's approved single-dose vaccine

Canada added a single-dose COVID-19 vaccine to its pandemic-fighting arsenal on Friday, approving Johnson & Johnson's product a week after it was authorized in the United States.
Swelling after COVID-19 shots may cause cancer false alarms

Swelling after COVID-19 shots may cause cancer false alarms

Getting a mammogram or other cancer check soon after a COVID-19 vaccination? Be sure to tell the doctor about the shot to avoid false alarm over a temporary side effect. That's the advice from cancer experts and radiologists.
American Academy of Arts and Letters expands, diversifies

American Academy of Arts and Letters expands, diversifies

NEW YORK — One of the country's oldest cultural instititutions, the American Academy of Arts and Letters, is undergoing some of its biggest changes in more than a century.
Canadian animator on adding cultural authenticity to 'Raya and the Last Dragon'

Canadian animator on adding cultural authenticity to 'Raya and the Last Dragon'

TORONTO — When animating Disney's new film "Raya and the Last Dragon," Vancouver-raised Benson Shum says he honed in on the subtle details to ensure cultural accuracy.
EU, US agree to suspend tariffs over Airbus-Boeing dispute

EU, US agree to suspend tariffs over Airbus-Boeing dispute

BRUSSELS — In a sign of goodwill to rebuild trans-Atlantic relations, the European Union and the United States have decided to suspend tariffs used in the longstanding Airbus-Boeing dispute, the EU Commission president said Friday.