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Elizabeth Phillips: B.C
government ignores true cost of LNG Canada project - Straight.com
Elizabeth Phillips: B.C
government ignores true cost of LNG Canada project
  Straight.com

Increased fracking should concern both B.C
residents and the government since the process is associated with a sobering array of costs to the environment and ...




B.C
seaplane company's plan for electric fleet is set for take off - CBC.ca
B.C
seaplane company's plan for electric fleet is set for take off
  CBC.ca

A seaplane company in British Columbia says it is partnering with an engineering firm with the goal of becoming the world's first all-electric airline
Harbour ...




Canada says B.C
trying to impede Trans Mountain with pipeline legislation - CBC.ca
Canada says B.C
trying to impede Trans Mountain with pipeline legislation
  CBC.ca

The Canadian government says British Columbia is trying to obstruct the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion with "Trojan Horse" legislation that the province is ...




B.C
man behind string of 'threatening, indecent' phone calls gets conditional sentence - CBC.ca
B.C
man behind string of 'threatening, indecent' phone calls gets conditional sentence
  CBC.ca

A man has been handed an 18-month conditional sentence after what police described as a string of "threatening, harassing, indecent" phone and video calls to ...




When 'high-tech' house arrest was first tested in Canada - CBC.ca
When 'high-tech' house arrest was first tested in Canada  CBC.ca

More than three decades ago, British Columbia decided it would try using technology to keep track of selected inmates serving intermittent sentences.




B.C
government announces new tax credit for LNG projects - CBC.ca
B.C
government announces new tax credit for LNG projects
  CBC.ca

The B.C
government is introducing new legislation that it says would attract more LNG projects to the province, in part by granting tax credits
Finance Minister ...




What you need to know about recent salmonella outbreaks in Canada - CBC News
What you need to know about recent salmonella outbreaks in Canada  CBC News

Health officials have confirmed hundreds of cases of salmonella infections affecting people in every province and territory as part of a years-long inquiry into ...




British Columbians are paying more for booze but also broccoli - Terrace Standard
British Columbians are paying more for booze but also broccoli  Terrace Standard

Victoria's inflation was 2.3 per cent, a tick above Vancouver's of 2.2 per cent.




Snow go: Heat streak dashes B.C
town's attempt at world's largest snowman - CBC.ca
Snow go: Heat streak dashes B.C
town's attempt at world's largest snowman
  CBC.ca

A giant snowman in Northern B.C., built to be the world's largest, isn't surviving the streak of hot weather very well.




New Ventures BC and BioTalent Canada Announce Partnership to Maximize BC Biotech's Access to Top Talent - Financial Post
New Ventures BC and BioTalent Canada Announce Partnership to Maximize BC Biotech's Access to Top Talent  Financial Post

VANCOUVER, British Columbia ? New Ventures BC and BioTalent Canada today announced a new partnership to assist BC biotech companies to access ...




Want more family doctors? Change how they work and get paid, says B.C
researcher - CBC News
Want more family doctors? Change how they work and get paid, says B.C
researcher
  CBC News

A Vancouver doctor says the tentative agreement British Columbia recently reached with the province's 13000 doctors doesn't do enough to change family ...




The story behind British Columbia's very own 'desert isle' - The Weather Network
The story behind British Columbia's very own 'desert isle'  The Weather Network

This desert island is in the last place you might look for one.




Trudeau reannounces budget measures around housing crunch in B.C
- CBC News
Trudeau reannounces budget measures around housing crunch in B.C.  CBC News

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is set to make several appearances in B.C
Monday, one to reannounce plans to support housing affordability and another to ...




BC Ferries ship runs into dock at Langdale terminal - CBC.ca
BC Ferries ship runs into dock at Langdale terminal  CBC.ca

Tugboats are manoeuvring a BC Ferries ship with almost 300 passengers onboard into the dock after it spent much of Tuesday stranded in the waters of the ...




'There was a lot of blood
He was a very broken man': Snowboarder swept away by avalanche at B.C
ski resort - CBC.ca
'There was a lot of blood
He was a very broken man': Snowboarder swept away by avalanche at B.C
ski resort
  CBC.ca

A Vernon B.C., man watched as his snowboarding partner was swept up in an avalanche on a ski run at SilverStar Mountain Resort last week.




Have you filed your B.C
speculation tax declaration? Time is running out - CBC.ca
Have you filed your B.C
speculation tax declaration? Time is running out
  CBC.ca

Are you one of the nearly 250,000 British Columbians who still hasn't submitted a speculation and vacancy tax declaration? You'd better hurry: the deadline is ...




Councillor mobilizes civic politicians to fight climate change - CBC.ca
Councillor mobilizes civic politicians to fight climate change  CBC.ca

A Nelson, B.C., city councillor is encouraging civic politicians to team up to combat climate change
Rik Logtenberg's Climate Leadership Caucus has already ...




Filmmaker revisits 1997 film on Vancouver's fabulous neon sign era - CBC.ca
Filmmaker revisits 1997 film on Vancouver's fabulous neon sign era  CBC.ca

When you think of cities filled with neon signs, Las Vegas probably comes to mind
But at one time, Vancouver was known as the "Neon Capital of Canada."




Airlines responsible for preventing inconvenience during Max jet groundings, advocate says - CBC.ca
Airlines responsible for preventing inconvenience during Max jet groundings, advocate says  CBC.ca

When Terry Cashin planned his upcoming cruise, he didn't think the trip to get from his home in Abbotsford to San Diego would take two days.




Son of slain B.C
artist demands RCMP revive dormant investigation as new details emerge - CBC.ca
Son of slain B.C
artist demands RCMP revive dormant investigation as new details emerge
  CBC.ca

When Cristiano Savioli travelled to Cortes Island, B.C., from his hometown in Italy after the brutal slaying of his father, Stefano, in the summer of 2010, he vowed ...




B.C
school bus driver's campaign for seatbelts kicks into high gear - CBC.ca
B.C
school bus driver's campaign for seatbelts kicks into high gear
  CBC.ca

Gary Lillico's petition for mandatory seatbelts in school buses has hit over 80000 signatures
When it hits 100000, he plans to send it to Transport Canada.




B.C
legislature committee calls for no regulatory roadblocks to ride hailing - National Post
B.C
legislature committee calls for no regulatory roadblocks to ride hailing
  National Post

VICTORIA ? Premier John Horgan says ride-hailing will arrive in British Columbia this year following the release of an all-party committee report Tuesday that ...




Coroner orders inquest into suspected overdose death of B.C
teen - CBC.ca
Coroner orders inquest into suspected overdose death of B.C
teen
  CBC.ca

Elliot Eurchuk's parents have been calling for an inquest since shortly after he died at home on April 20, 2018.




B.C
business helps people rent their properties as campsites - CBC.ca
B.C
business helps people rent their properties as campsites
  CBC.ca

A B.C
business wants to alleviate the pressure many people may feel to book summer campsites long before the camping season even gets underway ? by ...




Vancouver art exhibit explores rise of rage and racism - CBC.ca
Vancouver art exhibit explores rise of rage and racism  CBC.ca

An A-frame sign with a painting of an angry, white man, which sits outside a Westside Vancouver art gallery, is a jarring juxtaposition to the spring morning calm.




Why is spring break two weeks long instead of one? - CBC.ca
Why is spring break two weeks long instead of one?  CBC.ca

In B.C., not all spring breaks are created equal
Most public schools in the province give students two weeks off in mid-March
There are, however, four districts ...




Interior B.C
historical society restoring 90-year-old Japanese-Canadian boat - CBC.ca
Interior B.C
historical society restoring 90-year-old Japanese-Canadian boat
  CBC.ca

The Merriwake fishing boat first hit the water 90 years ago near Prince Rupert, B.C.
The gillnetter built by master boat-maker Isamu Matsumoto belonged to a ...




Union calls for action after multiple recent assaults on B.C
bus drivers - CBC.ca
Union calls for action after multiple recent assaults on B.C
bus drivers
  CBC.ca

Two separate incidents on Kelowna buses over the weekend are raising concerns for the union that represents drivers in the Okanagan.




Crash threatens Vancouver shipyard's schedule for new coast guard ships - CBC.ca
Crash threatens Vancouver shipyard's schedule for new coast guard ships  CBC.ca

A Vancouver shipyard is searching for answers after the fisheries science vessel it built for the Canadian Coast Guard ? and whose delivery is already years ...




'A thick accumulation of rodent excrement': Inspectors found major issues after chowder rat video - CBC.ca
'A thick accumulation of rodent excrement': Inspectors found major issues after chowder rat video  CBC.ca

The seafood chowder prepared in a Vancouver restaurant kitchen was "unfit for human consumption," according to an inspection report prepared after a rat was ...




Animators win battle for overtime pay against Vancouver studio - CBC.ca
Animators win battle for overtime pay against Vancouver studio  CBC.ca

Animators who worked long hours without overtime pay have won their years-long fight against an animation studio in Vancouver
The complaint was filed on ...




Vancouver casino dealers fired for cheating, collusion - CBC News
Vancouver casino dealers fired for cheating, collusion  CBC News

Three card dealers working at Vancouver's recently opened Parq Casino were fired last year for cheating and "collusion" with players, records obtained by CBC ...




Late-season wave of influenza hits B.C
- CBC.ca
Late-season wave of influenza hits B.C.  CBC.ca

Health officials say British Columbia is experiencing a late-season surge of flu cases
The latest flu bulletin from the B.C
Centre for Disease Control says there's ...




B.C
Liberal MLA Jas Johal withdraws Punjabi remark made in legislative assembly - CBC.ca
B.C
Liberal MLA Jas Johal withdraws Punjabi remark made in legislative assembly
  CBC.ca

Liberal MLA Jas Johal raised a few eyebrows when he deployed a Punjabi term to describe his NDP colleagues in the legislative assembly Monday
Johal, who ...




1 person killed, 2 injured in Coquitlam crash - CBC.ca
1 person killed, 2 injured in Coquitlam crash  CBC.ca

Police say one person has died after a three-vehicle collision involving three pedestrians in Coquitlam.




Significant piece of Coast Salish art stolen in Nanaimo - CBC.ca
Significant piece of Coast Salish art stolen in Nanaimo  CBC.ca

The cedar spindle whorl, designed and created by local carver Joel Good, hasn't been seen since Thursday.




Forestry service advising property owners to begin spraying as Douglas fir beetles move on B.C
Interior - CBC.ca
Forestry service advising property owners to begin spraying as Douglas fir beetles move on B.C
Interior
  CBC.ca

Instances of Douglas fir beetles harming B.C., Interior forests are on the rise, particularly in the Cariboo region.




Family of Michael Dunahee, who vanished 28 years ago, still searches for answers - CBC.ca
Family of Michael Dunahee, who vanished 28 years ago, still searches for answers  CBC.ca

Sunday marks 28 years since four-year-old Michael Dunahee went missing from a Victoria playground
Dunahee was playing at the Blanshard School ...




Teen pedestrian killed in Coquitlam crash, coroner confirms - CBC.ca
Teen pedestrian killed in Coquitlam crash, coroner confirms  CBC.ca

The RCMP has confirmed a 13-year-old girl died in a multi-vehicle crash Monday afternoon that involved five children, one of whom was killed and another who ...




Vancouver Police seek witnesses to serious assault - CBC.ca
Vancouver Police seek witnesses to serious assault  CBC.ca

One man attacked another with a weapon near the Burrard Street SkyTrain Station on the evening of Mar
20.




Homicide investigators on scene of crash that killed 3 in Surrey - CBC.ca
Homicide investigators on scene of crash that killed 3 in Surrey  CBC.ca

The Integrated Homicide Investigation Team has joined the investigation into a single-vehicle crash that killed three people in Surrey, B.C., on Tuesday morning.




British Columbians pay a lot more for car insurance than Albertans: Report - Global News
British Columbians pay a lot more for car insurance than Albertans: Report  Global News

WATCH: A new report obtained exclusively by Global BC reveals how much more British Columbians pay for car insurance than our neighbours in Alberta.




10 of Canada's best diversity employers are in British Columbia - Daily Hive
10 of Canada's best diversity employers are in British Columbia  Daily Hive

Canada's Best Diversity Employers competition recognizes the country's leaders in creating inclusive workplaces
Several BC-based companies made the list.




Canada announces extradition hearing against Huawei executive can go ahead - CBC News
Canada announces extradition hearing against Huawei executive can go ahead  CBC News

Canada has announced that an extradition hearing against Meng Wanzhou, the embattled executive of Chinese tech giant Huawei, can move forward
Ottawa ...




Teacher shown door after Christian school discovers she had sex 'outside of a heterosexual marriage' - CBC.ca
Teacher shown door after Christian school discovers she had sex 'outside of a heterosexual marriage'  CBC.ca

A long-time teacher is questioning why taxpayer dollars are going to a B.C
Christian school that refused to renew her contract because she violated a rule ...




B.C
introduces sick days as part of proposed employment law changes - CBC.ca
B.C
introduces sick days as part of proposed employment law changes
  CBC.ca

British Columbia may soon introduce unpaid sick days as part of a slew of proposed changes to the province's Employment Standards Act
The province ...




Not just apathy: a short history of B.C.'s anti-vaccination movement - CBC News
Not just apathy: a short history of B.C.'s anti-vaccination movement  CBC News

Vancouver's recent measles outbreak has pushed the anti-vaccine movement to the forefront of public discussion but ?vaccine hesitancy? is nothing new in ...




Health authority confirms 2 more measles cases in B.C
Lower Mainland - CBC News
Health authority confirms 2 more measles cases in B.C
Lower Mainland
  CBC News

Vancouver Coastal Health says there are two more cases of measles in the Lower Mainland
The two cases are not related to the outbreak at Vancouver ...




Former Canadian chief justice hired to investigate B.C
Legislature officials - CBC News
Former Canadian chief justice hired to investigate B.C
Legislature officials
  CBC News

Former Supreme Court of Canada chief justice Beverley McLachlin has been called in to investigate allegations of misconduct against two suspended B.C
...




British Columbia?s regional pilot for immigrant entrepreneurs opens for business - Canada Immigration News
British Columbia?s regional pilot for immigrant entrepreneurs opens for business  Canada Immigration News

British Columbia's Entrepreneur Immigration - Regional Pilot, which opened March 14, is designed to help smaller, more remote communities in the province ...




B.C
school board might be first in Canada to provide students free tampons and pads - National Post
B.C
school board might be first in Canada to provide students free tampons and pads
  National Post

A British Columbia school board believes it is one of the first in the country to provide free feminine hygiene products in washrooms
Members of the New ...




TransLink bus being transported to B.C
involved in fatal crash in U.S
- CBC.ca
TransLink bus being transported to B.C
involved in fatal crash in U.S.
  CBC.ca

A bus that was purchased by TransLink was on its way to Metro Vancouver when it was involved in a fatal collision with a car on a Washington state highway ...




How to explore Vancouver, British Columbia - National Geographic
How to explore Vancouver, British Columbia  National Geographic

This city is a haven for outdoor enthusiasts, seafaring foodies, and cultural connoisseurs.




First-of-its-kind registry in B.C
targets under-the-radar condo flippers - CBC.ca
First-of-its-kind registry in B.C
targets under-the-radar condo flippers
  CBC.ca

The British Columbia government says it has launched Canada's first registry aimed at cracking down on pre-sale property flipping and tax evasion in B.C.'s real ...




Century-old maps are helping track B.C.'s kelp forests ? and their discovery was kind of an accident - CBC.ca
Century-old maps are helping track B.C.'s kelp forests ? and their discovery was kind of an accident  CBC.ca

A serendipitous meeting between a professor and a colleague led to a treasure trove of historical maps that indicated kelp bed locations off British Columbia's ...




Spotted in B.C.: Moose prancing on a roof (and it's not even Christmas) - CBC News
Spotted in B.C.: Moose prancing on a roof (and it's not even Christmas)  CBC News

Sandeep Pahal and her husband, Mandeep, got quite the surprise late Wednesday night when they spotted a moose wandering on the roof of the carport of their ...




Doctors warned to look out for symptoms of deadly mushroom poisoning - CBC News
Doctors warned to look out for symptoms of deadly mushroom poisoning  CBC News

The world's most deadly mushroom is becoming more common in urban areas in southwestern British Columbia, according to a new article in the B.C
Medical ...




B.C
is in the middle of a measles outbreak
Here's how to figure out if you need to get the vaccine - CBC News
B.C
is in the middle of a measles outbreak
Here's how to figure out if you need to get the vaccine
  CBC News

Officials say anyone who's already had the measles should be safe, while those born before 1970 are assumed to be immune
For everyone else, it depends on ...




Canadian polygamist to sell properties in British Columbia - National Post
Canadian polygamist to sell properties in British Columbia  National Post

CALGARY ? A Canadian man who was convicted last year of polygamy is selling property he owns in British Columbia, Canada, to repay creditors.Winston ...




B.C
aiming to make vaccine reporting mandatory by September, health minister says - CBC News
B.C
aiming to make vaccine reporting mandatory by September, health minister says
  CBC News

Parents may have to report their child's vaccination status by the start of the new school year in September, according to B.C.'s health minister
"That's our goal," ...




NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh claims victory in Burnaby South byelection - CBC.ca
NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh claims victory in Burnaby South byelection  CBC.ca

Jagmeet Singh has claimed victory in the Burnaby South byelection tonight, finally allowing him to lead his party from within the House of Commons.




Court Rules Parents Can't Stop 14-Year-Old From Taking Trans Hormones - The Federalist
Court Rules Parents Can't Stop 14-Year-Old From Taking Trans Hormones  The Federalist

The Supreme Court of British Columbia thinks it's okay for doctors to override a parent's wishes and administer trans hormones to his child.




Spring 2019: Soaring in west, longer struggle in the east - The Weather Network
Spring 2019: Soaring in west, longer struggle in the east  The Weather Network

Wednesday, March 20th 2019, 12:31 pm - The details on how this temperamental season will play out for your part of Canada, plus the first look at summer 2019 ...




Dear rest of Canada: There is more to B.C
than Vancouver and, yes, we know what snow is - CBC.ca
Dear rest of Canada: There is more to B.C
than Vancouver and, yes, we know what snow is
  CBC.ca

Also: Saskatchewan has trees and the Maritimes are actually multiple provinces, small-town Canadians reveal.




'Your country deserves much better': B.C
judge warned Canadian sentenced to death in China - CBC News
'Your country deserves much better': B.C
judge warned Canadian sentenced to death in China
  CBC News

A B.C
judge told Robert Lloyd Schellenberg he was lucky to be living in Canada when he sent him to jail for drug trafficking in 2012
As the Abbotsford man ...




Newly discovered cave in B.C
might be largest ever found in Canada - CBC.ca
Newly discovered cave in B.C
might be largest ever found in Canada
  CBC.ca

A newly discovered cave in a remote valley in British Columbia might be the country's largest
It was spotted in the northeastern area of Wells Gray Provincial ...




Meet Canada's new economic power: British Columbia - The Globe and Mail
Meet Canada's new economic power: British Columbia  The Globe and Mail

Move over, Alberta ? British Columbia is the economic powerhouse of the country now
On Tuesday, B.C.'s NDP government introduced its second full-fledged ...




Huge, recently discovered B.C
cave closed to public ? and trespassers face $1M fine - CBC.ca
Huge, recently discovered B.C
cave closed to public ? and trespassers face $1M fine
  CBC.ca

B.C.'s provincial government has closed the area around a newly discovered cave thought to be Canada's largest for the sake of its preservation and public ...




B.C.'s population passes 5 million, thanks to high international migration numbers - CBC.ca
B.C.'s population passes 5 million, thanks to high international migration numbers  CBC.ca

The population of British Columbia has passed the five million mark for the first time, according to a Statistics Canada estimation
The report says international ...




LNG Canada project in British Columbia given final approval by shareholders - Edmonton Journal
LNG Canada project in British Columbia given final approval by shareholders  Edmonton Journal

The $40-billion joint venture includes a gas liquefaction plant in Kitimat on B.C.'s coast and a 670-kilometre pipeline.




Environment Canada says mild British Columbia to get blast of winter weather - CTV News
Environment Canada says mild British Columbia to get blast of winter weather  CTV News

Winter storms and extreme cold weather have been forecast for a large section of British Columbia, and snow is expected in Metro Vancouver.




Recreational cannabis is now legal in Canada ? these are the rules in B.C
- CBC.ca
Recreational cannabis is now legal in Canada ? these are the rules in B.C.  CBC.ca

Recreational pot is now legal across the country ? but the rules are slightly different in every province
Here's what you need to know about the regulations in ...




Extreme cold and snowfall warnings in effect across B.C
- CBC.ca
Extreme cold and snowfall warnings in effect across B.C.  CBC.ca

Environment Canada has issued warnings for many regions of B.C., prompting municipalities to open more shelter spaces as temperatures dip to ?40 C in some ...




B.C
group hopes commercial seal hunt gets green light - CBC.ca
B.C
group hopes commercial seal hunt gets green light
  CBC.ca

Critical meeting Thursday with DFO scientists and officials could launch an industry, and help declining salmon stocks and southern resident killer whales at the ...




A month into legalization, Alberta is blowing away B.C.'s claim as Canada's pot capital - CBC.ca
A month into legalization, Alberta is blowing away B.C.'s claim as Canada's pot capital  CBC.ca

Alberta has issued nearly 70 private retail licences, while British Columbia has issued just one to a public retailer and another to a private store.




Bovine tuberculosis strain found in B.C
never before seen in Canada, U.S
- CBC.ca
Bovine tuberculosis strain found in B.C
never before seen in Canada, U.S.
  CBC.ca

Canada's chief veterinary officer says test results from a case of bovine tuberculosis found in a cow in B.C
last November show a strain not seen before in ...




Money laundering in B.C
estimated at $1B a year ? but reports were not shared with province, AG says - CBC.ca
Money laundering in B.C
estimated at $1B a year ? but reports were not shared with province, AG says
  CBC.ca

Documents that say money laundering in British Columbia now reaches into the billions of dollars are startling to the province's attorney general, who says the ...




Identity crisis: British Columbians relate more to U.S
states than other provinces - Vancouver Is Awesome
Identity crisis: British Columbians relate more to U.S
states than other provinces
  Vancouver Is Awesome

A poll finds that British Columbians don't feel that they have a great deal in common with Canada and relate more closely with a few U.S
states.




The Wet'suwet'en and B.C.'s gas-pipeline battle: A guide to the story so far - The Globe and Mail
The Wet'suwet'en and B.C.'s gas-pipeline battle: A guide to the story so far  The Globe and Mail

Two First Nations checkpoints on a rural forestry road have become flashpoints of contention over natural gas, the environment and Indigenous land rights.




British Columbians feel more American than Canadian, survey says - Toronto Star
British Columbians feel more American than Canadian, survey says  Toronto Star

A new Angus Reid survey shows British Columbians identify more closely with Washington state and California than Alberta, while more than a third of Albertans ...




Here's what you need to know about the measles outbreak in Vancouver - CBC News
Here's what you need to know about the measles outbreak in Vancouver  CBC News

There is currently a measles outbreak in B.C., with eight new cases reported on Friday
Here's what you need to know to keep you and your family safe.




Opioid overdose deaths push down life expectancy in B.C
- The Globe and Mail
Opioid overdose deaths push down life expectancy in B.C.  The Globe and Mail

A spate of fatal opioid overdoses has led to life expectancy falling in British Columbia for the first time in decades and threatens to do the same across the ...




B.C
man deported from Canada over criminal record wins new chance at residency application - CBC News
B.C
man deported from Canada over criminal record wins new chance at residency application
  CBC News

A B.C
man who was deported to the Netherlands after spending virtually his entire life in Canada has won a *fresh* review of his permanent residency application ...




Gas prices vary widely throughout British Columbia, Western Canada - Global News
Gas prices vary widely throughout British Columbia, Western Canada  Global News

Vancouver motorists are paying at least $1.27 per litre
In Edmonton, the cheapest price is 87.9 cents a litre.




B.C
budget predicts end to real estate correction, increase in revenues - The Globe and Mail
B.C
budget predicts end to real estate correction, increase in revenues
  The Globe and Mail

The British Columbia budget tabled Tuesday is forecasting that the real estate correction that drove down sales and prices in 2018 is over, and that property tax ...




Huawei case has some Chinese-Canadians in B.C
concerned about voicing their opinions - CBC.ca
Huawei case has some Chinese-Canadians in B.C
concerned about voicing their opinions
  CBC.ca

The extradition proceedings of Huawei chief financial officer Meng Wanzhou has stirred up much debate among Canadians, but some people within ...




Deal reached in northern B.C
pipeline impasse - Vancouver Sun
Deal reached in northern B.C
pipeline impasse
  Vancouver Sun

The agreement will allow workers and contractors for TransCanada Corp
to access a bridge that had been blocked.




B.C
man wanted on Canada-wide warrant arrested in Alberta - CBC.ca
B.C
man wanted on Canada-wide warrant arrested in Alberta
  CBC.ca

A B.C
parolee who missed curfew at his designated residence in Prince George more than two weeks ago has been arrested in Alberta.




British police thank Canadian cop after Surrey U.K., Surrey B.C
mix-up - CBC News
British police thank Canadian cop after Surrey U.K., Surrey B.C
mix-up
  CBC News

After a distressed B.C
woman mistakenly contacted Surrey U.K
police for help a Toronto constable, who happened to be in the call centre at the time, helped ...




This pipeline is challenging Indigenous law and Western law
Who really owns the land? - The Globe and Mail
This pipeline is challenging Indigenous law and Western law
Who really owns the land?
  The Globe and Mail

Pipeline owners say they have consent, but Wet'suwet'en leaders are divided.




Health officials confirm measles outbreak in Vancouver after 8th case identified - CBC News
Health officials confirm measles outbreak in Vancouver after 8th case identified  CBC News

Health officials in Vancouver say the city is facing an outbreak of measles with eight cases of the disease confirmed.




Canada Announces Expanded Public EV Network in British Columbia - Canada NewsWire
Canada Announces Expanded Public EV Network in British Columbia  Canada NewsWire

VICTORIA, Feb
11, 2019 /CNW/ - Electric and alternative fuel vehicles play a key role in reducing pollution
As Canadians continue to make greener choices, ...




Chinese-Canadian group defends detained Huawei CFO - CBC.ca
Chinese-Canadian group defends detained Huawei CFO  CBC.ca

Members of the Vancouver's Chinese community are rallying in support of Meng Wanzhou, the chief financial officer and deputy chair of the board for the ...




B.C
commits to being 1st province in Canada to put UNDRIP into legislation - CBC.ca
B.C
commits to being 1st province in Canada to put UNDRIP into legislation
  CBC.ca

The B.C
government says it will introduce legislation to implement the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous People (UNDRIP), among plans ...




Canadian universities face credit risk if China restricts students travelling to Canada, report says - CBC.ca
Canadian universities face credit risk if China restricts students travelling to Canada, report says  CBC.ca

The University of B.C.'s is among the universities exposed to credit risk because of political tensions between Canada and China, according to a new report.




B.C
now recognizes ?X? gender marker on driver?s licence, birth certificate - Global News BC
B.C
now recognizes ?X? gender marker on driver?s licence, birth certificate
  Global News BC

British Columbians who do not identify as male or female can now choose to display an X in the gender field of their B.C.-issued driver's licence, identity card, ...




B.C
tour operator says business suffering as Canada-China tensions escalate - CBC.ca
B.C
tour operator says business suffering as Canada-China tensions escalate
  CBC.ca

A Richmond tour operator says he's experiencing a downturn in business due to rising political tensions between China and Canada over the arrest of Chinese ...




Several earthquakes strike off Vancouver Island, with no reports of damage - CBC News
Several earthquakes strike off Vancouver Island, with no reports of damage  CBC News

A series of three large earthquakes have struck off the coast of British Columbia, according to the United States Geological Survey
There were no immediate ...




Canada Dry planning to change labelling after 'Made from Real Ginger' lawsuits - CBC News
Canada Dry planning to change labelling after 'Made from Real Ginger' lawsuits  CBC News

Victor Cardoso, 38, says he's been buying the drink for himself, his wife and their two daughters on a monthly basis for about 10 years.




Coquihalla reopened after shutdown, as B.C.'s South Coast copes with snow - CBC News
Coquihalla reopened after shutdown, as B.C.'s South Coast copes with snow  CBC News

B.C.'s Ministry of Transportation has reopened the Coquihalla Highway (B.C
Highway 5) between Hope and Merritt after a collisions caused an afternoon ...




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