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Monday, March 2nd 2019

Closures on Lougheed due to Fortis Work: Expect a slower commute as the gas company works to replace some aging pipes.


Huawei CFO suing Ottawa, CBSA & RCMP: Huawei CFO Meng Wangzhou is suing Canada, our border agency CBSA, and our country’s national police force the RCMP. In a civil claim filed at the B.C. Supreme Court, she claims she was detained, searched and interrogated, before being told she was under arrest. Ashley Burr has the details.


Understanding Measles: Over a dozen people have been infected with measles since one family returned to Vancouver after having contracted the disease overseas. Seventy years ago, however, more than 15,000 people were infected at once across B.C., so what has changed since then in the treatment of measles and understanding how it works and why it is so infectious?


Tim Hortons’ Heartwarming “A Meaningful Gesture”: We talk to Mackenzie, a deaf teen from Toronto and her best friend Blair who are featured in Tim Hortons’ latest True Story: A Meaningful Gesture.


New Hair Care Favourites At Shoppers Drug Mart: Treat your tresses to the latest in hair care from Shoppers Drug Mart! Shop next-level dry shampoo, shower hair-styler smoothers (or an innovative grey concealer brush!) and find something New and So You. Get 10x the PC Optimum points on featured new products until March 22!