BC Liberals reviewing policy after advertising in social conservative magazine

The B.C. Liberals are reviewing how the party spends advertising dollars after placing holiday greetings in a free monthly magazine that publishes articles widely since as anti-LGBTQ+.
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Uber launches service in Winnipeg
U.S.-based Uber is finally launching its service for Winnipeg passengers at City Hall at 11 a.m.
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Prince Harry, Meghan Markle call on Commonwealth to acknowledge its past: ‘Right those wrongs’
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Brazil’s President Bolsonaro tests positive for coronavirus
Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro has tested positive for the coronavirus on Tuesday. 
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Six O’Clock Solution: Tofu goes on the grill
Cooking outdoors can be more adventurous than burgers and chicken legs, says Genevieve Taylor, author of Charred: The Complete Guide to Vegetarian Grilling and BBQ.
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37-year-old man wanted on Canada-wide warrant
Ontario's repeat offender parole enforcement (ROPE) squad says Kevin Magoffin is known to frequent the Barrie, Wasaga Beach, Ottawa and Toronto areas.
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Pedestrian bridge over 14 Street in northwest Calgary changing to at-grade crossing
A pedestrian bridge slated for removal in Calgary's Hillhurst neighbourhood will be taken down and a street-level crossing installed.
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Halle Berry drops out of transgender role after backlash
'I am grateful for the guidance and critical conversation over the past few days and I will continue to listen, educate and learn from this mistake,' Halle Berry said.
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Quebec sees 13 more coronavirus deaths, 60 new cases as hospitalizations drop
Quebec is the province hardest hit by the coronavirus pandemic.
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CNIB offers first employment skills camp, advocacy training for teens entering workforce
A CNIB survey from 2017 found only 28 per cent of blind or partially-sighted people were employed, compared to 78 per cent of the sighted population.
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New Quebec airline OWG targets sun destinations
OWG’s creation pits Nolinor Aviation against such established sun-market powers as Air Transat, Air Canada and Sunwing Airlines.
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The race for a vaccine: China leads the way in a potential coronavirus treatment
China is forging ahead in the race to develop a vaccine to help control the COVID-19 pandemic, with Sinovac Biotech's experimental vaccine set to become the country's second and the world's third to enter final stage testing later this month.
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Ottawa home sales bounce back in June after spring slowdown
Ottawa home sale volumes were on par with 2019 figures in June following a slowdown tied to uncertainty surrounding the novel coronavirus pandemic.
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Yukon man, Manitoba woman, killed in three-vehicle crash near Whitehorse
The motorcycle rider, 43-year-old Travis Adams of Whitehorse, was killed, along with a 47-year-old Manitoba woman who was a passenger in one of the vehicles.
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Man faces impaired driving charges after truck crashes into backyard fence, tree in Ennismore
OPP say a pickup truck reportedly drove through a backyard fence and collided with a tree on Monday night.
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Teens, filming a TikTok, find dead body in suitcase after using popular exploring app Randonautica
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Nick Cordero widow Amanda Kloots performs late husband’s song in final musical tribute
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A forgotten trade spat with Canada is costing U.S. homebuilders
The Trump administration slapped punitive tariffs on Canadian softwood lumber in 2017, saying the industry is unfairly subsidized. While the move supports U.S. producers, it adds to costs for domestic builders who get more than a quarter of their lumber from north of the border.
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Rally at Toronto police's 55 Division demands racial justice
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From proper cleaning to storing: Everything to know about face masks
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Booze buyers must abide by municipal mask rules: LCBO
Ontarians in some jurisdictions including Toronto will have to mask up to booze it up. The LCBO said in a statement Tuesday that it will not allow unmasked customers into its stores in areas where local bylaws require face coverings in public indoor spaces. “While the requirement to wear face coverings may vary by region, […]
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RBC aims for 30 per cent minority executives, sets targets for new hires
Canada’s largest bank said Monday it will set a new goal of having 30 per cent of open executive positions filled by Black, Indigenous and other people of colour. The previous goal was 20 per cent.
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112 new coronavirus cases, 2 deaths in Ontario; total cases at 36,060
Ontario reported 112 new cases of the novel coronavirus on Tuesday, bringing the provincial total to 36,060.
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Canada’s $16.5 billion ETF binge ‘one for the history books’
In June alone, Canadian ETFs attracted net flows of $4 billion, the most since February.
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Peterborough man charged following hate crime involving assault, damage at restaurants: police
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Regulator says staff member at Hamilton retirement home worked with COVID-19 symptoms
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6 months of basic income during coronavirus could cost Canada $98B: PBO
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U.S. is still 'knee-deep' in the first wave of the coronavirus pandemic, Fauci says
In the span of a week and a half, the number of coronavirus cases in the United States has doubled, yet officials are saying this is still the first wave of the pandemic.
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Lawyer says charges against N.S. woman to be dropped in racial profiling case
Santina Rao was facing charges of disturbing the peace, resisting arrest and assaulting an officer following an incident at a Halifax-area Walmart in January.
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Video released of Toronto alley arson
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Bill Kelly: Trudeau takes a pass on Trump photo op
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Canadians less likely than most to wear masks when out in public, poll finds
Recent polling data shows that Canadians are more likely than Americans to praise their government's handling of COVID-19 and keep their hands to themselves in public, but less likely to wear masks when out of the house.
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Here is the latest on the worldwide spread of the coronavirus pandemic
Here's what is happening with the coronavirus pandemic around the world on July 7.
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New CBA, flat salary cap for NHL means Maple Leafs need to win now
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Masks will be mandatory in Waterloo Region beginning July 13
Council unanimously approved face-covering measures during a marathon meeting on Monday night that lasted more than seven hours.
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