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More B.C. women taking the lead in AI, robotics

More B.C. women taking the lead in AI, robotics

Vancouver artificial intelligence entrepreneurs help map out the industry’s future
B.C.-based coalition launches campaign to bring ride-hailing to the province

B.C.-based coalition launches campaign to bring ride-hailing to the province

Ryan Remiorz/The Canadian Press Eight organizations in British Columbia are joining forces to advocate for ride-hailing services in the province as soon as possible.
Airbnb to collect sales taxes on rentals; money will go to affordable housing

Airbnb to collect sales taxes on rentals; money will go to affordable housing

Finance Minister Carole James explains province’s agreement with Airbnb during a press conference at the legislature on Wednesday. Photograph By TIMES COLONIST The B.C.
Vancouver’s reptiles are being 'renovicted' due to no pet policy

Vancouver’s reptiles are being 'renovicted' due to no pet policy

Vancouver’s reptiles are being “renovicted” due to no pet policy.
How millennials can navigate Vancouver's real estate market

How millennials can navigate Vancouver's real estate market

With home prices rising and inventory shrinking, what’s a millennial to do? It’s not an easy time to be a millennial home buyer in Vancouver.
Parking wars hit Yaletown as city looks at taking away spots

Parking wars hit Yaletown as city looks at taking away spots

The city is looking at eliminating some parking on Mainland and Hamilton streets in Yaletown in order to make access easier for the fire department. Photo Dan Toulgoet It could soon be even harder to find a parking spot in Yaletown.
Alberta government to ban imports of B.C. wines

Alberta government to ban imports of B.C. wines

Halting imports of B.C. wines the latest salvo in escalating trade war between B.C., Alberta over pipeline
Youth who ran into road after traffic stop near Port Mann bridge seriously injured

Youth who ran into road after traffic stop near Port Mann bridge seriously injured

File photo British Columbia's police watchdog says a 17-year-old youth was badly injured when he ran into traffic on the Trans-Canada Highway on Monday night after a traffic stop in Coquitlam.
B.C. government announces money-saving changes to ICBC

B.C. government announces money-saving changes to ICBC

Car crashes have soared in B.C., leading to financial problems at the public auto insurer | Shutterstock The B.C.
Law makes it illegal to capture dolphins, whales and porpoises in Canada

Law makes it illegal to capture dolphins, whales and porpoises in Canada

Cetaceans at The Vancouver Aquarium. Photo Dan Toulgoet Amendments to the federal Fisheries Act will make it illegal to capture whales, dolphins and porpoises in Canadian waters for the purpose of keeping them in captivity.