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Tsawout Nation embarks on economic development push, from seaweed to whale-watching to construction

Tsawout Nation embarks on economic development push, from seaweed to whale-watching to construction

At the core is a desire to look ahead seven generations.
Protesters sue Trans Mountain, security contractor, alleging assault

Protesters sue Trans Mountain, security contractor, alleging assault

The incidents are alleged to have taken place in Blue River on Sept. 15, 2021.
Sikh groups ask Canadian political parties to present 'united front' against India

Sikh groups ask Canadian political parties to present 'united front' against India

Two groups in the Canadian Sikh diaspora are calling for Canada's political parties to "present a united front" on India after Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced a "potential link" between the shooting death of a local leader and the Indian gove
Air India continues to fly daily non-stop flights to Vancouver

Air India continues to fly daily non-stop flights to Vancouver

Airline started flying non-stop flights between Delhi and Vancouver during the pandemic
Opinion: Exempting non-profit housing societies from PTT helps with affordability

Opinion: Exempting non-profit housing societies from PTT helps with affordability

Every dollar counts in the non-profit housing sector and the PTT is hurting it
B.C. premier suspects Ottawa holding back information about foreign interference

B.C. premier suspects Ottawa holding back information about foreign interference

VANCOUVER — British Columbia Premier David Eby said he "strongly" suspects that the federal government is holding back information that could help the province protect its residents who have connections to India from foreign interference.
How does India's visa office suspension affect Canadian travellers?

How does India's visa office suspension affect Canadian travellers?

TORONTO — The suspension of Indian visa services for Canadians this week has prompted uncertainty among many who had hoped to travel to India in the near future.
White House rejects reports of tension with Canada over India interference allegation

White House rejects reports of tension with Canada over India interference allegation

WASHINGTON — The White House is pushing back against reports that Canada-U.S. relations are straining under Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's seismic allegation that the government of India was involved in the killing of a Canadian citizen.
Eby pledges $85.75M for forest firefighting, housing and cancer care

Eby pledges $85.75M for forest firefighting, housing and cancer care

"We face a lot of challenges right now," Premier David Eby said.
Vancouver man sues Whistler Blackcomb seven years after fall from chairlift

Vancouver man sues Whistler Blackcomb seven years after fall from chairlift

Snowboarder alleges negligence for fractured spine and other injuries suffered after slipping from lift