WHL Roundup: Friday, March 15, 2019

LANGLEY, B.C. – The Kelowna Rockets will try one more time to clinch the final playoff spot in the Western Hockey League’s Western Conference. Dylan Plouffe scored the winner at 16:50 of the third period as the Vancouver Giants beat Kelowna 2-1 on Friday, forcing the Rockets to pick up at least a point in their final game of the

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LGBT Purge survivors urge education, awareness

When Wayne Davis embarked on his RCMP career in 1965, he was fulfilling a childhood dream that would take him across the country, and eventually, into a dark part of Canada’s history that is often left in the shadows. From the 1950s to mid-1990s, thousands of LGBT members of RCMP, the Canadian Armed Forces, and Federal Public Services were weeded

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LGBT Purge survivors urge education, awareness

When Wayne Davis embarked on his RCMP career in 1965, he was fulfilling a childhood dream that would take him across the country, and eventually, into a dark part of Canada’s history that is often left in the shadows. From the 1950s to mid-1990s, thousands of LGBT members of RCMP, the Canadian Armed Forces, and Federal Public Services were weeded

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Regina Muslim community condemns Christchurch massacre

Muslim communities across the country are standing in solidarity with Christchurch, New Zealand following the terrorist attacks at two mosques that killed 49 people and injured several more on Friday. Friday Prayer, or Jumu’ah, is a weekly ritual observed in the Muslim faith. But this week, the usually happy occasion was marred with a different sentiment. “There was an element

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