U.S. Military To Return Some Land In Okinawa By Year End

The United States Military plans to return some land in Okinawa to the Japanese government by the end of the year, the largest transfer since 1972. It was announced by U.S....

Mexican are well come . Culture and Tourism Minister Ricardo Miranda

Ricardo Miranda, Minister of Culture and Tourism said “Mexico is one of the province’s largest trading partners and now that the federal government’s visa requirements have been lifted, there is tremendous potential...

Vigil shines light on violence against women

Stephanie McLean, Minister of Status of Women, has said on National Day of Remembrance and Action on Violence Against Women that “Twenty-seven years ago, 14 female students were tragically murdered at l’École  Polytechnique...

Premier Notley will visit British Columbia

Rachel Notley, Premier of Alberta has said “British Columbia and Alberta share deep ties and common values. We all want good jobs, a clean environment and opportunities for our kids and...

Toxic opioid carfentanil linked to 15 deaths

Alberta’s Chief Medical Officer of Health, Dr. Karen Grimsrud, and Acting Chief Medical Examiner Dr. Elizabeth Brooks-Lim are notifying the public that the toxic opioid carfentanil is still circulating in our...

Nearly one million jobs expected in the province by 2025,Shirley Bond, Minister of Jobs,...

The British Columbia government has committed more than $81,000 for two new labour market partnership projects with agriculture-horticulture and landscape-horticulture industries in the province, to help identify their labour needs. MLA for...

Canada and B.C. invest to renew infrastructure at Vancouver Island University

Canadians will be better equipped for the well-paying middle-class jobs of today and tomorrow with a $22.4 million investment at Vancouver Island University (VIU) to expand the Marine, Automotive and Trades...

Swanton, VT Border Patrol arrests Montreal Resident after Failed Human Smuggling Attempt

SWANTON, Vt. – Swanton, Vt., U.S. Border Patrol agents arrested Canadian resident Daniel Larmand, 52, on human smuggling allegations near Alburgh, Vt., on Friday. The U.S. Attorney’s Office for the District of...

Leader of Black P-Stones Gang Convicted of Racketeering Conspiracy and Murder Charges

A federal jury convicted a Newport News, Virginia, man on numerous charges related to the racketeering enterprise activity of a gang known as the Black P-Stones. Assistant Attorney General Leslie R. Caldwell...

Cincinnati-Area Man Sentenced to 30 Years for Attempting Terrorism Plot to Kill Government Employees

CINCINNATI – Christopher Lee Cornell, 22, of Green Township, Ohio, was sentenced in U.S. District Court today to 30 years in prison and lifetime supervised release for plotting, planning and attempting...