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Worldwide tech failure plays havoc with flights, banks, hospitals, information

Worldwide tech failure plays havoc with flights, banks, hospitals, information

Update issued by cybersecurity firm CrowdStrike affected computers running Microsoft Windows
B.C.-based Sikh Motorcycle Club motors into Yellowknife with purpose

B.C.-based Sikh Motorcycle Club motors into Yellowknife with purpose

Group wants NWT exception for people to ride motorcycles without a helmet on religious grounds
Acropolis closed as hot sun bakes Europe with temperatures above 40 C

Acropolis closed as hot sun bakes Europe with temperatures above 40 C

Hot, dry conditions have fanned wildfires in southern pockets of the continent
Sleeping in your workspace: tips on making a studio apartment work

Sleeping in your workspace: tips on making a studio apartment work

There are ways to help make your small space a restful refuge
Traditional canoe, carved with traditional methods, emerges from B.C. forest

Traditional canoe, carved with traditional methods, emerges from B.C. forest

Master carvers from 3 First Nations on northern Vancouver Island launch canoe formed from windfall cedar
Restaurants increasingly welcoming dogs with pawgaritas, barkuterie boards

Restaurants increasingly welcoming dogs with pawgaritas, barkuterie boards

The Canadian dog population rose by 200,000 to 7.9 million between 2020 and 2022
QUIZ: Are you ready for a summer camping trip?

QUIZ: Are you ready for a summer camping trip?

It’s time for the summer camping season in many parts of Canada
Son of Asia’s richest man set to marry in 2024’s most extravagant wedding

Son of Asia’s richest man set to marry in 2024’s most extravagant wedding

Celebrities like Kim Kardashian and John Cena among those seen arriving at Mumbai bash
Woman shares back country trek from Victoria to Tofino on social media

Woman shares back country trek from Victoria to Tofino on social media

Through hike across Vancouver Island takes 15 days including a couple for rest, visiting
As possible plague case probed in US, here’s why you should not be concerned

As possible plague case probed in US, here’s why you should not be concerned

US reports about 7 human cases per year, easily treatable with antibiotics if caught early