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Asylum seekers, equalization reform top agenda as premiers meet

Asylum seekers, equalization reform top agenda as premiers meet

Canada’s premiers are in Halifax this week for the Council of the Federation conference
CMHC says annual pace of housing starts in June down 9% from May

CMHC says annual pace of housing starts in June down 9% from May

Vancouver down 55 per centand Toronto’s even more
UPDATE: Wildfire near Ashcroft explodes in size to 50 hectares

UPDATE: Wildfire near Ashcroft explodes in size to 50 hectares

Two other lightning caused wildfires are also out of control nearby
Ontario's Super Scoopers ready to roll out over B.C. wildfires

Ontario's Super Scoopers ready to roll out over B.C. wildfires

Two CL-415 Super Scoopers are stationed at the Williams Lake Regional Airport
Keystone Nanaimo hotel property returned to Snuneymuxw First Nation

Keystone Nanaimo hotel property returned to Snuneymuxw First Nation

Former Howard Johnson Harbourside Hotel will be demolished in the coming months
Multiple departments battle hog fuel fire at Nanaimo’s Harmac mill

Multiple departments battle hog fuel fire at Nanaimo’s Harmac mill

High winds, heat caused mulch piles to spontaneously burst into flame
$195M invested to upgrade highway connections in northwest B.C.

$195M invested to upgrade highway connections in northwest B.C.

Money will upgrade highways to Stewart, Dease Lake, Telegraph Creek, Meziadin, and Iskut, internet connection also coming
Rolling thunder raises red flag for B.C.’s wildfire battle

Rolling thunder raises red flag for B.C.’s wildfire battle

Storms and wind forecast for mid-week, south-central, southeast B.C. still facing high heat
Eby says B.C. to reveal plan to fight equalization inequities within days

Eby says B.C. to reveal plan to fight equalization inequities within days

Premier wants to support a plan by Newfoundland to sue Ottawa over equalization formula
Vancouver’s Gastown re-opens with no cars, enhanced First Nations touch

Vancouver’s Gastown re-opens with no cars, enhanced First Nations touch

Part of Water Street to be pedestrian only and host expanded patios and live events