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  • John Nuttall and Amanda Korody are shown in a still image taken from RCMP undercover video. THE CANADIAN PRESS/HO-RCMP
    Accused B.C. terrorist laments missed chance to kill soldiers, families: trial The Canadian Press - 43 minutes ago

    "I could have killed 225 Canadian soldiers coming back from Afghanistan, and all their families," says John Nuttall about an event at Canadian Forces Base Esquimalt in … More »Accused B.C. terrorist laments missed chance to kill soldiers, families: trial

    John Nuttall and Amanda Korody are shown in a still image taken from RCMP undercover video. THE CANADIAN PRESS/HO-RCMP

    "I could have killed 225 Canadian soldiers coming back from Afghanistan, and all their families," says John Nuttall about an event at Canadian Forces Base Esquimalt in Victoria, B.C., that supposedly took place in early May 2013. Imagine the damage I could have done," he says, gesturing excitedly to the undercover officer …

  • A rolled-up painting stored inside a tube is the latest suspicious-looking package to force an evacuation in Western Canada. Kamloops, B.C., airport manager Fred Legace (legacy) says an employee noticed a suspicious looking package Thursday afternoon and sounded an alert. An Air Canada flight scheduled to leave for Vancouver …

  • The Vancouver Park Board recently launched a trans-inclusive campaign to make community facilities more open and friendly to transgender and gender variant people. "This is really the start of a campaign in terms of education and the changes that are taking place," says Park Board Chair John Coupar. The campaign includes …

  • An Air Canada jet takes off from Halifax Stanfield International Airport in Enfield, N.S. on Thursday, March 8, 2012. Air Canada has announced it is changing its policy on the number of people required in the cockpit of its aircraft, a move prompted by the Germanwings plane crash in France. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Andrew Vaughan

    "I don't have any concerns, I'll fly on any airline in Canada," said Mark Clitsome, director of air investigations with the Transportation Safety Board, following the fatal Germanwings crash in France. He said he's "absolutely" confident in current protocols, noting Canada's safety record is excellent and the aviation …

  • Health risks associated with oil-and-gas activity in northeastern British Columbia are low, according to a newly released report from the provincial Health Ministry. Health Minister Terry Lake said Thursday the report concludes that existing regulations protect public health. "Protecting the health and safety of British …

  • Across Canada, CBC English Services has announced it is shedding more than 140 positions in its local news operations. Radio-Canada, CBC's French-language service, announced today that it is cutting 100 jobs. No shows will be cancelled and all locations will remain open, but some programming changes are coming in the fall. …

 

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