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Video allegedly shows Vancouver condo concierge swiping cash from renter’s underwear drawer

Video allegedly shows Vancouver condo concierge swiping cash from renter’s underwear drawer

First, a man in black enters an apartment on the 15th floor of a condo building in Vancouver’s Yaletown neighbourhood. Then he pulls white gloves out of his pockets.
Nearly 10,000 parking tickets handed out in first week of Calgary street sweeping

Nearly 10,000 parking tickets handed out in first week of Calgary street sweeping

While city crews have been busy sweeping winter dust and gravel from Calgary’s streets, so too have Calgary Parking Authority attendants — handing out almost 10,000 tickets in the first week.
2019 Edmonton Pride Festival cancelled due to ‘current political and social environment’

2019 Edmonton Pride Festival cancelled due to ‘current political and social environment’

It’s normally one of the most well-attended events in Alberta’s capital, but this year, the Edmonton Pride Festival won’t take place at all, according to an email sent out by organizers Tuesday afternoon.
‘Not accurate’: Housing minister fires back at Liberal leader over homeless supports in Maple Ridge

‘Not accurate’: Housing minister fires back at Liberal leader over homeless supports in Maple Ridge

B.C. Housing Minister Selina Robinson has written a letter to B.C. Liberal Leader Andrew Wilkinson to correct “inaccurate statements” he has made about planned modular housing units in Maple Ridge.
Police on lookout for 3 masked men after break-in and assault in Saskatoon home

Police on lookout for 3 masked men after break-in and assault in Saskatoon home

Saskatoon police say a 39-year-old woman was hospitalized after a break-in and assault in the Caswell Hill neighbourhood. Officers were called to the home in the 1000-block of Avenue B North at roughly 5 a.m. CT on April 10.
Lethbridge College students find unique way to destress

Lethbridge College students find unique way to destress

If anyone knows stress, it’s college students, and the next few weeks are arguably the most stressful on many campuses. “It’s like exam after exam and it’s just been stressful,” said Lethbridge College student Tiffany Weasel Head.
Gas prices in Okanagan could climb again in time for long weekend

Gas prices in Okanagan could climb again in time for long weekend

Anyone who has filled up in the Okanagan recently can’t help but notice a spike at the pumps. Prices have fluctuated widely. Earlier this week, drivers could fill up at $1.29 a litre. READ MORE: B.C.
Woman dead after stabbing in downtown Toronto underground PATH system

Woman dead after stabbing in downtown Toronto underground PATH system

Officials say a woman has died after being stabbed near an underground food court in downtown Toronto . Toronto police and paramedics were called to the concourse below the Bay and King Streets area just before 7:15 p.m. on Wednesday.
Online fundraiser to support family of man fatally shot in Saskatoon

Online fundraiser to support family of man fatally shot in Saskatoon

An online fundraiser has been set up to support the family of a man who was fatally shot on his way home from work. Mark Enwaya, 31, died after being shot on March 12 in the 100-block of Avenue Q South in Saskatoon.
Okanagan research says wine labels may be influencing your tastes

Okanagan research says wine labels may be influencing your tastes

When shopping for wine, many people rely on the label to help them make their selection. Now, a study conducted in the Okanagan suggests how the label looks can actually impact how consumers feel the wine tastes.