It seemed a straightforward deal — an order for 350 inflatable boats for the military. But Public Services and Procurement Canada has had to cancel a $6.4-million deal and start from scratch after bureaucrats twice messed up the tendering process.
A young woman is warning others about the dangers of home lip augmentation and lip-filler parties after a complication left her temporarily disfigured, in excruciating pain and at risk for even more serious side-effects.
The fatal shooting of a man in B.C. last week was a targeted attack, police believe. Yee Hung Chin, 33, had ties to gang activity in Calgary, they say.
Toronto’s most enthusiastic bike lane enforcer is one step closer to fulfilling his mission of keeping the city’s lanes clear of errant vehicles as Canada Post vows to stop its drivers from parking where they shouldn't.
The situation could change but lower-than-expected returns for two early runs means there's no fishing allowed on Fraser River sockeye, the regulatory panel decided Tuesday.
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