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A look at the candidates running to lead the B.C. Liberal party

VICTORIA — Seven candidates are in the running to become the next leader of British Columbia's Liberals following Andrew Wilkinson's resignation shortly after the October 2020 election.
After reflecting on two election defeats, B.C. Liberals get ready to elect new leader

After reflecting on two election defeats, B.C. Liberals get ready to elect new leader

VICTORIA — A new leader will be chosen by British Columbia's Liberals on Saturday after a months-long campaign that often focused on renewal and a new course for a party that has lost successive elections after 16 years in power.

Two winning tickets for Saturday's $14.2 million Lotto 649 jackpot

TORONTO — The $14.2 million dollar jackpot in Saturday's Lotto 649 draw will be shared by two winning ticket holders — one in Ontario and the other in Quebec. Each winning ticket is worth $7.1 million.
The latest on the anti-vaccine mandate protest happening on Parliament Hill

The latest on the anti-vaccine mandate protest happening on Parliament Hill

OTTAWA — The latest developments on Saturday's planned protest by truckers of COVID-19 restrictions and Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's government. All times Eastern. 11 p.m.
Officials decry 'desecration' of monuments during Ottawa protest

Officials decry 'desecration' of monuments during Ottawa protest

Some protesters jumped on the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier and others fastened an inverted Canadian flag to a statue of Terry Fox as they decried vaccine mandates in the nation's capital on Saturday.
Ceremony in Quebec City marks fifth anniversary of Quebec City mosque shooting

Ceremony in Quebec City marks fifth anniversary of Quebec City mosque shooting

QUEBEC — At times, Hakim Chambaz paused as he spoke at a memorial marking the fifth anniversary of the Quebec City Mosque attack, overcome with emotion.
Thousands gather on Parliament hill for massive protest against vaccine mandates

Thousands gather on Parliament hill for massive protest against vaccine mandates

OTTAWA — Trucks jamming Ottawa streets shut down the core of the national capital on Saturday as a shoulder-to-shoulder crowd packed Parliament Hill to demand the federal Liberal government end vaccine mandates and COVID-19 restrictions, promising to
Convoys against mandates in other Canadian cities support of Ottawa truck protest

Convoys against mandates in other Canadian cities support of Ottawa truck protest

EDMONTON — Like many of those gathered near the Alberta legislature to support a convoy of trucks that inched their way through Edmonton's downtown streets for several hours on Saturday, Kyla Keulers has been to protests against COVID-19 health restr

Comments from the front lines of the Parliament Hill protest against vaccine mandates

OTTAWA — Thousands of truckers and their supporters and critics gathered in Ottawa on Saturday for a protest against vaccine mandates, COVID-19 restrictions and the Liberal government.
COVID-19 hospitalizations on the decline in Ontario, Quebec as protest jams Ottawa

COVID-19 hospitalizations on the decline in Ontario, Quebec as protest jams Ottawa

COVID-19 hospitalizations are ticking down in Canada's two most populous provinces, as thousands swarmed Ottawa Saturday in trucks and on foot to protest public health restrictions and the Liberal federal government.