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Uber, Lyft approved in Metro Vancouver, Whistler

Uber, Lyft approved in Metro Vancouver, Whistler

FINALLY
ICBC to rank auto body repair shops to help save them money

ICBC to rank auto body repair shops to help save them money

"By publicly ranking the repair shops by performance we expect that this will help curb some of the rising claims costs and pressures that ICBC is facing."
West Vancouver artist Gordon Smith dies at 100

West Vancouver artist Gordon Smith dies at 100

Smith passed away at his home in West Vancouver on Saturday
Restaurant charging extra 1% on bills to recover costs of B.C. health tax

Restaurant charging extra 1% on bills to recover costs of B.C. health tax

“We had a number of choices — we could lay off employees, increase the price of beer and food, or cut portions, or put a fee on."
Pipeline protesters block access to Swartz Bay ferry terminal in support of Wet’suwet’en Nation hereditary chiefs

Pipeline protesters block access to Swartz Bay ferry terminal in support of Wet’suwet’en Nation hereditary chiefs

Travellers looking to get on the 7:00 a.m. ferry from Swartz Bay to Tsawwassen by way of Salt Spring Island have apparently been unable to get through this morning. BC Ferries sent out a notice at 6:56 a.m.
B.C. leads countrywide surge in immigration

B.C. leads countrywide surge in immigration

National population growth from July 1 to October 1 reached a robust 0.6%.
Happy couple sails into next chapter after romantic BC Ferries marriage proposal

Happy couple sails into next chapter after romantic BC Ferries marriage proposal

For their first two years of dating, the lovebirds sailed with BC Ferries almost every weekend to see each other.
Winter storm warning in place for B.C. highways with heavy snow, freezing rain expected

Winter storm warning in place for B.C. highways with heavy snow, freezing rain expected

A strong Pacific storm has arrived with a mix of wintery weather including heavy snow, freezing rain, and blowing snow, warns Environment Canada.
B.C. ‘considering’ province-wide ban on plastic bags at retail checkouts

B.C. ‘considering’ province-wide ban on plastic bags at retail checkouts

They'll reveal their decision in the coming weeks
B.C. cannabis producer defends advertising campaign some call ‘racist’

B.C. cannabis producer defends advertising campaign some call ‘racist’

"While we knew that this tagline might be viewed as ‘edgy,’ we were confident that it would not be viewed by most people in a negative manner."