News for Youse: Premier's frosty meeting, ICBC firings, and Chara off to Prague
Clark's frosty chat Premier Christy Clark had what she called a short and frosty meeting with Alberta premier Alison Redford, where they failed to come to any agreement over the Northern Gateway Project.
ICBC firings The public vehicle insurer has dismissed six estimators and revoked an autobody shop's certification in Richmond after the Crown corporation discovered that estimated repair costs were being approved by phone.
Expanded beef recall The Canadian Food Inspection Agency has expanded its recall of beef from the XL Foods plant in Alberta. The full list is available here.
New judge named Quebec Court of Appeal Justice Richard Wagner, son of former Progressive Conservative leadership candidate Claude Wagner, has been nominated as the newest Supreme Court of Canada justice.
Rowling novel controversy The Telegraph has reported that J. K. Rowling's new book, The Casual Vacancy, has received a rocky reception in Amritsar, Punjab because of its depiction of a Sikh character. There's talk of a possible ban.
Sahara Davenport dies A 27-year-old contestant on RuPaul's Drag Race, Sahara Davenport, has passed away from unknown causes.
Chara on way to Prague USA Today has reported that Boston Bruins captain Zdeno Chara will play for the KHL team in Prague in the Czech Republic, which is next door to his home country of Slovakia.