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• B.C. First Nation, Vancouver airport sign long-term benefits agreement
A First Nation in British Columbia has signed a long-term benefits agreement with the Vancouver International Airport.

• Stabbing Winnipeg senior 68 times nets 'ticking time bomb' 12 years behind bars
A Winnipeg woman who told police she "just lost it" and stabbed an 89-year-old neighbour to death for no reason has been sentenced to 12 years in prison for manslaughter.

• Teens arrested after dirt bike ridden through hall of Alberta school
Several teenagers face charges after someone rode a dirt bike through the halls of an Alberta school.

• 3,000 indigenous lands in Canada added to Google Maps
Google has added 3,000 Canadian indigenous reserves and settlement lands to Google Maps and Google Earth platforms.

• 'Panic mode': Mom seeks discontinued sippy cups for boy with autism
An Ontario mother whose three children have autism is turning to the internet for help, in hopes of finding more of the now-discontinued sippy cups that her eldest exclusively chooses to drink from.

• B.C. throne speech marks beginning of the end for provincial Liberal government
British Columbia's politicians will return to the legislature in Victoria today, marking the beginning of the end for the minority Liberal government.

• Ontario man heads to court after more than 1,000 pigs found dead: Ontario SPCA
A 27-year-old Ontario man is set to appear in court Thursday near London, Ont., to answer to animal cruelty charges after more than 1,000 pigs were found dead on a farm earlier this year.

• 'Extreme' windstorm catches Red Deer off guard
The city of Red Deer is cleaning up the damage left behind after a severe, fast-moving windstorm downed trees and knocked out power lines, catching residents and city officials by surprise.

• Bikers escort bullied 10-year-old boy to school
Dozens of bikers escorted a bullied 10-year-old boy to school in Sydney, N.S. on Wednesday morning in a heartwarming show of support.

• Up to 100,000 bees removed from Toronto-area home
A Greater Toronto Area woman has spent the last five to 10 years living with as many as 100,000 industrious, buzzing roommates inside the walls of her home. Now, it’s time for the Italian honey bees to move out.

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