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Racism, cultural beliefs have an impact on organ donation, B.C. doctors say

Racism, cultural beliefs have an impact on organ donation, B.C. doctors say

New project tries to improve equitable access to living donor kidney transplants among racialized groups
Housing still ‘thorn’ in Bank of Canada’s side: economists

Housing still ‘thorn’ in Bank of Canada’s side: economists

As high borrowing costs cause consumers to pull back on spending, inflation is expected to inch closer to two per cent
Canada’s Supreme Court has majority of women justices for 1st time

Canada’s Supreme Court has majority of women justices for 1st time

Justice Mary Moreau has been at the forefront of advocating for the rights of francophones
3 children, 2 seniors dead in Saskatchewan house fire

3 children, 2 seniors dead in Saskatchewan house fire

Weekend blaze decimated the home in Davidson, a town halfway between Regina and Saskatoon
800 drones on way to Ukraine for surveillance, Canada says

800 drones on way to Ukraine for surveillance, Canada says

Drones will cost more than $95 million and are part of a previously-announced $500 million for Ukraine
Minnesota earns wild, record-filled 10-7 victory over Canucks

Minnesota earns wild, record-filled 10-7 victory over Canucks

NHL-leading Vancouver side visits Colorado on Tuesday night
Canada’s Jeffrey Read earns World Cup silver in men’s super-G

Canada’s Jeffrey Read earns World Cup silver in men’s super-G

Canmore, Alta. athlete came in just behind Austria’s Vincent Kriechmayr
‘Oppenheimer’ wins 7 prizes at the British Academy Film Awards

‘Oppenheimer’ wins 7 prizes at the British Academy Film Awards

Film took home best picture, among other awards
Two sent to hospital after train derailment east of Revelstoke

Two sent to hospital after train derailment east of Revelstoke

There have been two train derailments in 24 hours in Southeastern BC
Homeless N.L. man lives on $175 a month. Housing monitor says it’s not enough

Homeless N.L. man lives on $175 a month. Housing monitor says it’s not enough

Colin Young says he’s grateful for what he has, but that it makes finding a job or housing difficult