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This machine is used to scan drivers' licences at Dueck GM car dealership on Marine Drive, Vancouver. Kurtis Lemon
B.C. car dealers may be violating drivers' privacy, claims whistleblower

A whistleblower in the auto sales industry says car dealers may be violating customers' privacy rights when they scan licences of propective buyers before they take a test drive.

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  • Memorial set for last of stabbing victims
    thecanadianpress.com - 2014-04-23 1:00 AM

    CALGARY - A service will be held today for the last of the five victims of last week's mass murder in Calgary.

  • B.C. producer recalls batch of medicinal pot
    thecanadianpress.com - 2014-04-22 8:09 PM

    TORONTO - A B.C. producer of medical marijuana has voluntarily recalled a batch of its "purple kush" strain and is advising consumers not to smoke the weed after a Health Canada inspection of the grower's operations turned up "issues" with its production practices.

  • Scrap foreign workers program, say critics
    thecanadianpress.com - 2014-04-22 6:43 PM

    OTTAWA - How to solve a problem like the federal government's scandal-plagued temporary foreign workers program?

  • Canada's middle class now richer than U.S.
    thecanadianpress.com - 2014-04-22 4:51 PM

    OTTAWA - There is a middle class crisis, but it's happening south of the border, not in Canada, according to a New York Times report on incomes around the world.

  • Food safety changes threaten consumers: unionFood safety changes threaten consumers: union
    thecanadianpress.com - 2014-04-22 4:30 PM

    VANCOUVER - Canada's food safety system is being pushed beyond its limits, warns the union representing federal food inspectors, which singles out Vancouver area-consumers as potentially the most at risk.

  • Afghan commemoration cloaked in secrecy
    thecanadianpress.com - 2014-04-22 4:18 PM

    OTTAWA - A Royal Proclamation, a moment of silence in schools, and the heavy beating of helicopter rotors over Parliament Hill are slated for May 9, but the Harper's government attempt to turn commemoration of the Afghan mission into a national event is facing delays, confusion and the sting of politics.

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