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Province kicks in funding for airports
The obscure, legal loophole that lies at the heart of...
Victoria-area basketball team suspended for the season...
Pride flag found burned at University of B.C. during annual...
Vancouver songwriter channels grief over uncle's...
Where to see Beyoncé's Formation tour in Canada
B.C. prepares to tackle housing costs, look into improper...
Self-policing of B.C. real estate questioned amid '...
Broken limbs, missing eyes among injuries found in dogs...
A TRIUMF for art and Canada's home to particle and...
Changing the world, one startup business at a time: Spring Activator’s mission expands globally
In the last 20 years, technology startups have become ubiquitous in major cities around the world. Now, even remote towns from Canada to Uganda are embracing startup culture and the power of...
Oct 22nd, 2015
BURNED! Media mocks Harper appearance at BC wildfire
Thompson Okanagan media takes Prime Minister Harper to the woodshed for disrupting firefighting efforts for photo-op.
Jul 24th, 2015
Greenpeace activists board Shell drill rig headed for Arctic waters
ANCHORAGE, Alaska — Six Greenpeace activists protesting Arctic offshore drilling on Monday boarded a drill rig as it was transported across the Pacific Ocean toward Seattle, where it will be staged...
The Canadian Press
Apr 6th, 2015
Feds stifle media questions around oil sands' toxic effects, FOIs reveal
For the first time ever a federal scientist is studying toxins in animals near the Alberta oilsands but Environment Canada won't let him speak with the media about his research.
Mar 27th, 2015
Pro-gas fracking government turfed in New Brunswick election
Rally at NB Legislature, May 13, 2014 to protect forests, photo by Stephanie Merrill, NB Media Co-Op
Sep 24th, 2014
"It's gone": Imperial Metals' Mount Polley tailings spill disrupts future of local fishing lodge
“I planned on dying here,” Skeed Borkowski, owner of the Northern Lights Lodge, said. “But not from drinking the water.”
Aug 27th, 2014
No start date in sight for Imperial Metals' Mount Polley spill cleanup
Sludge from the Imperial Metals Mount Polley mine tailings pond still clogs what used to be Hazeltine Creek and extends out into Quesnel Lake. No cleanup date is set.
Aug 14th, 2014
Ground zero of the Imperial Metals Mount Polley disaster: it ain't pretty (PHOTOS)
It’s Monday, August 11th, and both my gumboots are dangerously sinking into the muck I’m trying to cross. I took far too bold a step towards a sturdy log ahead as I’m trying to cross a sludge river...
Aug 14th, 2014
Millions speak up against slow internet lane
On May 15, millions spoke out online while hundreds gathered outside the FCC in Washington DC to say no to the Internet slow lane.
May 16th, 2014
Opposition to federal Aboriginal education bill prompts Atleo's resignation
Who will control Aboriginal education? And how long will inaction on missing women continue?
May 3rd, 2014