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Vancouver police face lawsuit over mobile mass surveillance units

Vancouver police face lawsuit over mobile mass surveillance units

Chinatown resident cites privacy concerns over use of what police call “public safety trailers”
Langley company nets $200,000 in environmental fines

Langley company nets $200,000 in environmental fines

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Uber now fully licensed in Surrey after $65,000 legal battle vexes councillors

Uber now fully licensed in Surrey after $65,000 legal battle vexes councillors

City of Surrey paid $65,130 for a legal battle against Uber, which did not send city hall its legal bill following a successful injunction against ticketing of its drivers
Education Minister reviewing development fees for schools

Education Minister reviewing development fees for schools

$57 million investment announcement on Thursday is just the latest from a provincial government trying to keep up with growing classroom demand in Surrey
LNG expansion proposal on Fraser River open for public comment

LNG expansion proposal on Fraser River open for public comment

Provincial officials claim COVID-19 as reason for shutting down in-person open houses
Does Vancouver need a memorial for the Tiananmen Square Massacre?

Does Vancouver need a memorial for the Tiananmen Square Massacre?

Massacre was part of events leading up to a significant wave of immigration that shaped Vancouver and B.C.
Fraser Surrey dock crane use modified after crane being struck

Fraser Surrey dock crane use modified after crane being struck

Irregular light mast positioning contributed to the incident
Surrey accountant banned by financial regulator for part in condo scheme

Surrey accountant banned by financial regulator for part in condo scheme

Licensed accountant Vasant Pragjibhai Patel now permanently prohibited from conducting securities related business in any capacity with a mutual fund dealer
B.C.’s cop watchdog criticizes Vancouver police over probe of officer's conduct

B.C.’s cop watchdog criticizes Vancouver police over probe of officer's conduct

Superintendent did not consider trauma of intimate partner violence in reviewing evidence, complaint commissioner says
Greater Vancouver, Fraser Valley housing sales nudge upward as prices hold steady

Greater Vancouver, Fraser Valley housing sales nudge upward as prices hold steady

Home sales remain down by more than 40% compared with May 2019