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(B-C Wine-Ban-Horgan) (Audio: 91)

British Columbia Premier John Horgan is defiant in the face of a ban on B-C wine by the government of Alberta.

Horgan is responding a day after Alberta Premier Rachel Notley announced the sanction against B-C for holding up the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion.

B-C wants the project put on hold until a study can be done to ensure that an oil spill in B-C waters could be dealt with properly if one occurred.

Horgan told reporters today he will be resolute in protecting the interests of B-C. (16)

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(B-C-Wine-Ban-Reaction) (Audio: 84)

A B-C winemaker says he's shocked by Alberta's sudden ban on wine from the province.

Jan Nelson with Tinhorn Creek Vineyards says the operation near Oliver sends about 15 per cent of its production to Alberta.

He says the sanction will cost about 100-thousand dollars every month. (16)

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The Trudeau government is taking a second look at plans to sell helicopters to the military in the Philippines, amid mounting concerns about how the aircraft will be used.

The government initially defended the 300-million-dollar deal, saying the 16 Montreal-built Bell helicopters would be used for search-and-rescue or disaster relief.

But International Trade Minister Francois-Philippe Champagne announced today he's ordered a review, after a senior member of the Philippine military said the aircraft would also be used in internal security operations. (16)

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Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has put Justice Department lawyers on notice for their response to a proposed class-action lawsuit on military sexual misconduct. …

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