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Environment lawyers challenge B.C.'s Kinder Morgan pipeline conditions

Lawyers from Ecojustice say the province has signed away its responsibility to assess the impacts of the proposed expansion project by harmonizing the approval process with the NEB,

Mixed reviews for LNG Canada project following environmental green light

Some stakeholders say 'yes,' but environmental groups say 'no.'

Uproar over city's affordability crisis highlights lack of foreign ownership data

Mayor Greg Robertson recently asked B.C. Premier Christy Clark to introduce a speculation tax on people who flip homes and on luxury properties — a suggestion that Clark shot down.

Journalist knew of Furlong accuser's conflicting abuse compensation claim

Furlong's lawyer John Hunter accuses Robinson in cross-examination of being eager to see the allegations published.

Rookie school board chair resigns amid speculation of backroom maneuvers

Although Christopher Richardson has given little explanation for his surprise resignation as chair on Monday, a quick review of the past several days offers clues as to why he stepped aside.

Aquarium head balks at bill that would ban whales and dolphins

Marine parks portray themselves as conservation entities contributing to science and education but that's a facade, says a former SeaWorld trainer and cast member of 'Blackfish.'