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Amazon probing mystery packages sent to university student society offices

Amazon probing mystery packages sent to university student society offices

Amazon packages from a mystery sender have been showing up at university student society offices in Canada Amazon has no explanation for the slew of mysterious, anonymous mailouts sent Canadian universities and colleges, but insists it’s investigatin
Drones giving B.C. researchers new perspective on jellyfish populations

Drones giving B.C. researchers new perspective on jellyfish populations

A jellyfish bloom is shown near Calvert Island, B.C., in this undated handout handout photo. Technology is allowing researchers in British Columbia to study jellyfish populations and their impact on the rest of the ocean in a whole new way.
LETTER: I don't want to leave New West, but I have no choice

LETTER: I don't want to leave New West, but I have no choice

A rendering of the project being proposed for construction at 618 Carnarvon St.
Helijet hit by green laser beam during flight

Helijet hit by green laser beam during flight

A Helijet aircraft was hit by a laser beam last week, prompting Oak Bay police to warn about the dangers of the prank. Oak Bay police received a report from Navigation Canada on Jan. 29 at 6:20 p.m.
The reasons behind ICBC’s ‘financial dumpster fire’

The reasons behind ICBC’s ‘financial dumpster fire’

The “Financial dumpster fire” is being revamped. Photo Dan Toulgoet British Columbians learned last week the province’s insurance company is in dire straits.
Canucks to play Chinese New Year game with special Year of the Dog jerseys

Canucks to play Chinese New Year game with special Year of the Dog jerseys

Photo NHL.com Following the Chinese New Year, the Vancouver Canucks will celebrate with festive warm-up jerseys and arena events in their game against the Boston Bruins on Feb. 17. During a pre-game event Jan.
Lululemon CEO resigns suddenly; company says he ‘fell short of…standards of conduct’

Lululemon CEO resigns suddenly; company says he ‘fell short of…standards of conduct’

Photo: Eric Broder Van Dyke, Shutterstock Laurent Potdevin, chief executive officer of Lululemon Athletica Inc. (NASDAQ:LULU), has resigned, effective immediately, the company announced February 5.
B.C. government to launch chain of cannabis retail stores

B.C. government to launch chain of cannabis retail stores

Jars of cannabis entice customers at Vancouver’s Buddha Bar (Photo by Rob Kruyt) The B.C. government intends to create a chain of government-run stores that sell cannabis and accessories but not liquor or tobacco, the government announced February 5.
B.C. Liberals elect new leader who stresses party roots, praises Gordon Campbell

B.C. Liberals elect new leader who stresses party roots, praises Gordon Campbell

Andrew Wilkinson gestures while addressing supporters and party members after being elected leader of the British Columbia Liberal Party in Vancouver, B.C., on Saturday February 3, 2018.
Local artist releases an affordable alternative to those antique bus rolls

Local artist releases an affordable alternative to those antique bus rolls

Local artist Ken Paul has released a limited run of 50 prints that you might want to order one of before they're scooped up.