• Ruby Franke videos scrubbed from YouTube after child abuse charges laid
    The lawyer of Ruby Franke's husband has also spoken out to claim that the family vlogger was emotionally manipulative and the couple had been separated for over a year.
    Sep 14
  • Blue Bombers rally to 38-29 victory as Elks lose again
    Winnipeg improved to 7-2 and took over sole possession of first place in the West Division, but lost quarterback Zach Collaros to an injury in the process.
    Aug 11
  • Elks lose in Edmonton again as Blue Bombers rally to 38-29 victory
    Edmonton extended its home losing streak to 22 games, the longest in North American professional sports history.
    Aug 11
  • Collaros tosses 4 TDs in return, Bombers bash Als for fifth straight win
    The Bombers roughed up the Montreal Alouettes 47-17, thrilling a sellout crowd at IG Field Thursday night for their fifth straight win.
    Aug 24
  • Trial for Kelowna COVID vaccine protester focuses on security guard testimony
    Anmol Singh was tasked with securing the area around a COVID-19 vaccine clinic at the height of the pandemic when he was thrust into centre stage, he told the court Tuesday
    Aug 29
  • Bombers maul Lions 50-14, move into tie for first in CFL’s West
    For anybody questioning if the Bombers reign of dominance in the CFL was coming to an end, the Blue and Gold had an emphatic message for the doubters Thursday night.
    Aug 3
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  • Edmonton Elks plan to ‘Let Tre Cook’ on Thursday vs. Bombers
    After not playing a snap in the first eight games of the season, the Edmonton Elks will turn to Tre Ford at quarterback on Thursday night at home against the Winnipeg Blue Bombers
    Aug 8
  • B.C. wildfires: Why some British Columbians say they won’t leave the fire zone
    North Shuswap resident Kyle Boppre offers a simple explanation when asked why he defied an evacuation order issued as a wildfire bore down on his neighbourhood.
    Aug 23
  • Bombers take care of business against winless Elks with 28-14 victory
    The Winnipeg Blue Bombers doubled up the Edmonton Elks Thursday night in front of 28,512 fans at IG Field and moved to 5-2 on the season.
    Jul 20
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  • Feel-good Friday: Global BC’s highlights of the week
    From a rescued moose to a Vancouver couple's dream job running an elephant camp in Uganda, these are the good news stories from B.C. this week.
    Jul 21
  • Executive at Manitoba Crown corporation was reimbursed for flights, hotels and more
     A senior executive at a Manitoba Crown corporation was sometimes being reimbursed for travel to Winnipeg from his home in the Toronto area twice a month.
    Jul 6
  • Langeliers’s late homer lifts A’s over Jays 5-4
    Vladimir Guerrero Jr. finally found his home-run swing at Rogers Centre but starting pitcher Chris Bassitt still can't find his mojo on the mound.
    Jun 23
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  • Hong Kong is on the hunt for activists abroad. This one isn’t backing down
    Bounties placed on pro-democracy activists by Hong Kong show some of the "worst fears" are coming true after the imposition of a 2020 national security law, experts say.
    Jul 10
  • Winnipeg Blue Bombers mauled by Lions in rare flop at home
    Just when it looked like nothing was going to stop the Winnipeg Blue Bombers offence this season, the B.C. Lions came to town.
    Jun 22
  • Zach Collaros throws 2 TDs, rushes for one as Blue Bombers beat Roughriders 45-27
    The Blue Bombers improved to 2-0 with a win over the Saskatchewan Roughriders on Friday,
    Jun 17
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  • Winnipeg Blue Bombers trim training camp roster
    The Winnipeg Blue Bombers announced 11 cuts, added two news players and placed Janarion Grant on the suspended list to meet the CFL's Tuesday limit of 75 players on the roster.
    May 17
  • A Canadian Al Qaeda bomb-maker is coming out of prison. When are terrorists ready for release?
    A growing number of terrorism offenders are coming out of Canadian prisons, raising public safety concerns.
    May 17
  • High Level saving grace for northern Alberta wildfire evacuees
    High Level is serving as a major hub for wildfire evacuees in northern Alberta.
    May 6
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  • Feel Good Friday: Global BC’s highlights of the week
    From a blind swimmer raising money for guide dogs, to a beloved Ferrari-riding rattlesnake's health checkup, here are five good news stories from the week to share.
    May 5
  • Carbon footprint from inhalers equal to 22% of all Fraser Health’s emissions: Study
    "There's many, many more options available for patients with respiratory disease that do not require the propellants," said study co-author Dr. Kevin Liang.
    Apr 25
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