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Chinatown, Downtown Eastside heritage and housing protected with new Council investment

City Council approved an investment of $1.16 million into upgrades for historic heritage buildings in Chinatown and the Downtown Eastside.

Two great resorts to go to for a romantic, delicious New Year's Eve

Wondering what to do to make this New Year's Eve special? We've solved the problem for you.

Kinder Morgan arrestee Lynne Quarmby to run for Greens in federal election

Elizabeth May encouraged Quarmby to run, after the SFU professor's arrest on Burnaby Mountain in protest of the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion

Premier Clark approves controversial Site C Dam in northern BC

Critics say the dam was built to power LNG plants, while Aboriginal groups slam the decision as not respecting their views.

Shell's Arctic Challenger to burn oil spills, as solution to the pollution

The Arctic Challenger sailed in to the Port of Vancouver -- the vessel is a key part of Shell's oil and gas spill recovery systems for the Arctic.

Canadian Muslim community condemns the terrorist slaughter of schoolchildren in Pakistan

Ahmadiyya Muslim Jama`at Canada mourns the death of several teachers and over 140 schoolchildren

Government delivers agreement with midwives

The agreement emphasizes the development and enhancement of programs, which improve access to maternity care options for mothers and their families.

Grinches make off with Christmas gifts

Two Grinches have made off with a woman’s Christmas gifts following a morning robbery.