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Most support Trudeau’s refusal to swap Huawei executive for imprisoned Canadians

Half of Canadians say arrest was the right move, while an equal number say it should have been avoided

Prime Minister, B.C. Premier on National Day of Remembrance for Victims of Terrorism

Pilot's son recalls horror PRIME Minister Justin Trudeau on Tuesday in a statement on the...

Dr. Gurpreet Singh Bajwa gets 10 years in prison for illegal distribution of Adderall, oxycodone

ALEXANDRIA, Virginia: A Fairfax medical doctor was sentenced on June 19 to 10 years in prison and fined $30,000 for illegally diverting...

Trudeau congratulates India, Norway, Ireland and Mexico on their election to UN Security Council

AFTER Canada lost its bid for a seat at the United Nations Security Council on Wednesday, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau congratulated India,...

Anmol Narang becomes first observant Sikh to graduate from US Military Academy

SECOND Lieutenant Anmol Narang, 23, made history by becoming the first observant Sikh to graduate from the US Military Academy. She is...

Vancouver businessman David Sidoo stripped off Order of B.C.

DISGRACED Vancouver businessman David Sidoo's membership in the Order of British Columbia was terminated on Friday, June 12, the Province announced.

Changes to travel restrictions for immediate family members

THE Canada Border Services Agency on Monday announced that as of June 8, 23:59 EDT, foreign nationals who are immediate family members...

‘Decision is but one component in a multi-step legal process,’ says federal government about Meng Wanzhou case

FOREIGN Affairs Minister François-Philippe Champagne, commenting on Wednesday's B.C. Supreme Court ruling that extradition proceedings against the Huawei executive Meng Wanzhou should...

Importance of protecting civil rights amid COVID-19 pandemic

'Investigating hate crimes is one of the FBI’s highest priorities' SACRAMENTO, California: U.S....

U.S. writers rally against anti-Asian hatred amid pandemic

PEN America and the Asian American Writers’ Workshop on Monday released a joint statement from well over 100 writers, artists, actors, and creative professionals...

U.S. federal government takes over Canadian trucker Ajitpal Sanghera’s prosecution in 60-kilogram cocaine bust

“We further learned that the container was opened in a location other than the Pacific Highway POE, during the time that Sanghera...

Trucker Ajitpal Singh Sanghera arrested after $3M cocaine bust at Blaine

FOLLOWUP https://voiceonline.com/u-s-federal-government-takes-over-canadian-trucker-ajitpal-sangheras-prosecution-in-60-kilogram-cocaine-bust/ AJITPAL Singh Sanghera, 41, was arrested last Saturday after...
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13 new cases of COVID-19 in B.C.; no new deaths

ADRIAN Dix, Minister of Health, and Dr. Bonnie Henry, Provincial Health Officer, on Tuesday announced 13 new cases of the novel coronavirus...

NDP: B.C. Liberal Leader Wilkinson’s budget math off by $25 billion

THE NDP said on Tuesday that Finance Minister Carole James forecast a $12.5 billion deficit for the fiscal year 2020-21, which is...

B.C. Liberals say NDP has no economic recovery plan

THE B.C. Liberals said on Tuesday that the NDP budget update confirmed British Columbia is now facing the biggest economic collapse in...

Workers’ compensation changes to better support workers: Labour Minister Bains

CHANGES to the Workers Compensation Act will provide better support to injured workers and their families and enhance WorkSafeBC's ability to investigate...