Automakers recall more than 12 million U.S. vehicles over Takata air bags

Written on:May 27, 2016
Comments
Add One

takata airbags romania factory auto

Eight automakers announced a recall affecting more than 12 million vehicles on Friday related to defective Takata air bags, documents posted by U.S. government regulators showed.

Share

View Article

Brian Murphy, Irish protester tackled by Kevin Vickers, says he holds no grudge

Written on:May 27, 2016
ambassador-grabs-protestor-kevin-vickers

An Irish republican protester manhandled by Canada’s ambassador at a commemoration event in a Dublin cemetery Thursday says he holds no ill will. View Article

Share
Read more...

Why were Toronto pot shops raided yesterday? Police chief Mark Saunders to speak at 10:30 a.m. ET

Written on:May 27, 2016
toronto-police-marijuana-shop-raids

Toronto police Chief Mark Saunders has called a 10:30 a.m. ET news conference, where he is expected to speak about yesterday’s raids at several local shops that allegedly were trafficking in marijuana illegally. View Article

Share
Read more...

23 athletes test positive in reanalysis of London Olympics doping samples

Written on:May 27, 2016
london-olympics-closing-ceremony

The International Olympic Committee confirmed on Friday that 23 athletes have been caught in retests of doping samples from 2012 London Olympics. View Article

Share
Read more...

Brazil police seek more than 30 suspects in Rio gang rape

Written on:May 27, 2016
89674080

Brazilian police say they are hunting for more than 30 men suspected of participating in the gang rape of a 16-year-old over the weekend. View Article

Share
Read more...

Conservative convention in Vancouver to provide early signs of post-Harper policy shifts

Written on:May 27, 2016
conservative-convention-20160526

The Conservative Party is about to enter uncharted territory: policy debates free from the influence of former leader Stephen Harper — or any permanent leader, for that matter. Here’s what’s on the agenda in Vancouver. View Article

Share
Read more...

Man called ‘retard’ by boss wins WorkSafeBC case review

Written on:May 27, 2016
hi-bc-archive-courts

A man whose boss called him a “retard” has won the right to have WorkSafeBC review his previously rejected claim. View Article

Share
Read more...

Portion of Vernon’s 27th Street down to one lane

Written on:May 27, 2016
Portion of Vernon’s 27th Street down to one lane

Work being done in the northbound lane between 39th and 40th avenues today (Friday) View Article

Share
Read more...

University of British Columbia

Written on:May 27, 2016
082

The University of British Columbia, commonly referred to as UBC, is a public research university with campuses and facilities in British Columbia, Canada.78 Watch the Video

Share
Read more...

Knox Mountain Hill Climb, Kelowna, BC

Written on:May 27, 2016
080

Shawn Christianson’s race up Knox Mountain in the 2016 Hill Climb. music : Babylon – Disco Ultralounge by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative …226 Watch the Video

Share
Read more...

Justice Department re-examines Delisle murder conviction

Written on:May 27, 2016
jacques-delisle-fifth-estate-interview

The federal justice minister is taking a second look at a controversial murder conviction as a result of an investigation by CBC’s the fifth estate and Radio-Canada’s Enquête. View Article

Share
Read more...

Liberals pass on debating motion to amend medically assisted dying bill

Written on:May 27, 2016
assisted-dying

A proposal for an emergency resolution that called on the Liberal government to amend its legislation on medically assisted dying has been rejected at the Liberal convention in Winnipeg. View Article

Share
Read more...

Fisher: Trudeau has mixed success as his first G7 summit wraps up in Japan

Written on:May 27, 2016
Fisher: Trudeau has mixed success as his first G7 summit wraps up in Japan

Trudeau got a commitment from the others to not pay ransoms to terrorists, but made less impact promoting fiscal stimulus through infrastructure spending View Article

Share
Read more...

Vancouver police probe pair of assaults on elderly women

Written on:May 27, 2016
Vancouver police probe pair of assaults on elderly women

Police are investigating after two elderly woman were attacked in two separate attacks in Vancouver’s west side Thursday. View Article

Share
Read more...

Condo sales spike in Metro Vancouver as housing affordability tanks

Written on:May 27, 2016
Condo sales spike in Metro Vancouver as housing affordability tanks

Prices have gone from being flat for around a decade to hitting such a stride that buyers are heading from urban to suburban markets to find more affordable units. View Article

Share
Read more...

Florida police make arrest in 2014 slaying of Daniel Markel, Toronto-born law prof

Written on:May 27, 2016
dan-markel

After an investigation spanning nearly two years, a South Florida man has been arrested in the killing of a Toronto-born Florida State University professor. View Article

Share
Read more...

Penguins reach Stanley Cup Final with thrilling Game 7 win over Lightning

Written on:May 27, 2016
pittsburgh-penguins-05262016

The Pittsburgh Penguins have advanced to the Stanley Cup Final. Bryan Rust scored twice as Pittsburgh topped the Tampa Bay Lightning 2-1 in Game 7 of the Eastern Conference final. View Article

Share
Read more...

Justin Trudeau pleased with G7 progress on fostering economic growth

Written on:May 27, 2016
trudeau-merkel-obama-japan

Justin Trudeau’s office says it’s pleased to find specific items on health, infrastructure and paying ransoms mentioned in the final leaders’ statement at the G7 summit on Friday, a day where Germany’s chancellor singled out Canada’s role in welcoming refugees. View Article

Share
Read more...

Double tug boat crash near Nanaimo leaves vessel underwater

Written on:May 27, 2016
c-t-titan

The Transportation Safety Board is investigating a collision between two tug boats that caused one vessel to sink near Gabriola Island, off the east coast of Vancouver Island. View Article

Share
Read more...

‘Disgraceful’ cemetery on the mend

Written on:May 27, 2016
‘Disgraceful’ cemetery on the mend

Vernon council agreed Tuesday to pump $70,000 into grass repairs this year. View Article

Share
Read more...
Page 1 of 22012345...102030...Last »