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Delay in deadline for shipbuilding bids just what BC didn't want

Two-week delay will allow competition to get its act together in $35-billion contest.

Bittersweet day for Wills as pomp, protests greet royal couple

Wills and Kate are greeted like rock stars on what would have been the 50th birthday of his late mother, Princess Diana.

What's on at the Vancouver Aquarium this week

Birds up close: See falcons, hawks, eagles and more dynamic feathered acrobats this summer at the Vancouver Aquarium. An unparalleled aerial show, happening daily overlooking Aquarium's...

Bell Canada busted for misleading advertising

Bell Canada is faced with a $10 million fine for advertising low prices without including the cost of mandatory additional fees.

Postal workers fight back

Postal workers aren't backing down without a fight. In response to Harper's back-to-work legislation, the union is planning legal recourse.

Postal workers return to chilly climate

Postal workers leave the pickets and resume work today. While Canada Post said employees are happy to back, the union has been singing a different tune. "Our members are going back and they're...

City of Vancouver credit rating upgraded

 Moody’s Investors Service today announced the outlook on the City’s Aaa credit rating has been upgraded from negative to stable.  The negative outlook was assigned in 2009 as a result of...

Kill, kids, kill

It's a blood bath. But it's virtual. And its legality was confirmed today, as a U.S. Supreme Court decision today made kids' freedom to do virtual slaughters realer than ever.

Will Kate wear Reiss Shola in Calgary?

Royal fashion watchers are abuzz with excitement as they anticipate Kate Middleton's dress choices in Canada.