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"It's definitely going down," says Grand Chief Stewart Phillip on Unist'ot'en Camp raid

The news came in this morning, Phillip said, confirming what had previously thought to be rumours of an impending "mass arrest operation" on traditional Unist'ot'en territory in northwestern B.C.
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Want to see more of the same? Vote for me, says Vancouver South MP Wai Young

Conservative MP Young has represented Vancouver South since 2011, and doesn't plan on giving up her seat.

Vacationers retreat as smoke from deadly U.S. wildfires blankets Okanagan

Washington wildfire smoke brings southern B.C. air quality advisories.

ERINN BROSHKO: From humble prairie beginnings to Conservative candidate

Erinn Broshko started out as the political underdog in his riding but has quickly risen to prominence in Vancouver Granville.

DUFFY TRIAL: Former PMO lawyer bucks Harper on Senate residency rules

The Crown took Perrin through early PMO discussions around Duffy's contentious Senate expenses Thursday.

Trans Mountain tells NEB pipeline expansion is 'safe and viable option'

The company says it has reached 28 mutual benefits agreements with First Nations groups.

BC Civil Liberties joins fight for 'second-class' naturalized citizens' rights

The feds' Bill C-24 could impact millions of innocent Canadians, the civil rights coalition argues.

Could Vancouver be home to the first sea sanctuary for cetaceans?

“Killer whales and belugas and dolphins are in captivity because the public allows it." — Whale Lab researcher Dave Duffus.

CKNW reporter ejected from Harper rally, as Conservatives struggle to control message

Shelby Thom made the grave error of raising the issue of legalizing marijuana.