The Canadian Press

Trump sons to attend grand opening of Vancouver tower and hotel

Two of U.S. President Donald Trump's sons have been confirmed as attending the grand opening later this month of a new hotel in Vancouver that bears their father's name. Public relations firm Talk...

B.C. throne speech promises to pay people back as election nears

The B.C. government says it is time to reap the financial rewards of sustained budget surpluses, promising taxpayers Tuesday that they can expect to see some relief in next week's budget. Premier...

Parole board removes residency restriction for Air India perjurer

A man convicted of perjury for his testimony during the trial of two men accused in the 1985 Air India bombing has been allowed to leave a halfway house and live wherever he likes. A Parole Board of...
B.C. Premier Christy Clark

B.C. Premier Clark backs away from hacking allegations against Opposition NDP

It's not the apology B.C. New Democrat Leader John Horgan has demanded, but British Columbia Premier Christy Clark now admits she jumped to conclusions when she blamed the Opposition for hacking her...

B.C. program looks to citizen science for help in diagnosing moose tick problem

The sight of an ungainly and mostly hairless white moose trudging into a northern British Columbia town has become the most visible sign of the winter tick problem in the province. The parasite...

NDP promises climate rebate cheques for families in British Columbia

British Columbia's New Democrats are promising rebate cheques to offset increases in the cost of the province's carbon tax, if the party wins May's election. NDP Leader John Horgan said Thursday that...

Home sales plummet in previously red-hot Vancouver as market softens

Home sales in Metro Vancouver last month dropped by almost 40 per cent from the year before with the sale of detached houses falling hardest. The Real Estate Board of Greater Vancouver says the...

Legal battle launched in Vancouver over opposition to Moby Dick restaurant

A condo council on Vancouver's waterfront is named in a civil lawsuit over allegations it refused to lease space to a fish and chip restaurant called Moby Dick partly because of an offensive word in...

NDP fails to sway B.C. Liberals on banning corporate and union donations

The NDP in British Columbia won't get support from the Liberals to ban corporate and union donations to the province's political parties. NDP Leader John Horgan asked Premier Christy Clark today to...

Hundreds of Canadians to join Women's March on Washington this weekend

When Linda Hill leaves for Washington, D.C., on Friday night to join a massive march for women's rights, there will be many familiar faces on the bus — including her daughter. Hill, 56, a college...
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