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B.C. government, Metro Vancouver mayors agree on $7B transit expansion

B.C. government, Metro Vancouver mayors agree on $7B transit expansion

Photo by Dan Toulgoet The British Columbia government has come to an agreement with Metro Vancouver mayors to move ahead on a $7 billion transit expansion for the region.
Burnaby man charged in purse snatchings aimed at elderly women

Burnaby man charged in purse snatchings aimed at elderly women

A 33-year-old Burnaby man has been charged in connection with a rash of North Burnaby purse snatchings aimed mostly at elderly women.
Eyewitness account of incident at East Vancouver McDonald’s where man lit himself on fire

Eyewitness account of incident at East Vancouver McDonald’s where man lit himself on fire

Today the corner of Commercial Drive and East 10th Avenue is much calmer than it was last night, March 15, when a man doused himself with gasoline at a McDonald’s restaurant and lit himself on fire.
Province announces tipline to report real estate misconduct

Province announces tipline to report real estate misconduct

The Real Estate Council of British Columbia Thursday announced the launch of an anonymous tipline “to enhance consume protection in British Columbia’s real estate market.” There is now a way for the public to report shady real estate deals.
Mall becoming crime destination: Delta police

Mall becoming crime destination: Delta police

File photo The Tsawwassen Mills mall is fast becoming a destination for out of town crime seekers. That was the message brought forward by Delta police Supt. Harj Sidhu at the March Delta police board meeting.
Washington state is "allied" with B.C. on Trans Mountain pipeline: governor

Washington state is "allied" with B.C. on Trans Mountain pipeline: governor

The governor of Washington says his state is "allied" with British Columbia in questioning whether the Trans Mountain pipeline should be expanded.
$1.6B contract one of three awarded for Site C dam in northeastern B.C.

$1.6B contract one of three awarded for Site C dam in northeastern B.C.

A bridge under construction near the Site C project in northern B.C. Photograph By Business in Vancouver A $1.
Police looking for man involved in unprovoked attacks on the West Side

Police looking for man involved in unprovoked attacks on the West Side

Vancouver Police are asking for help identifying a suspect in several unprovoked attacks on the West Side. Two occurred on February 5th near 5pm, another on February 22nd after 10pm and another on February 24th after midnight.
Enrolment high for Kwantlen cannabis course

Enrolment high for Kwantlen cannabis course

KPU’s cannabis career training program helps create a new well-educated industry. While Richmond council remains hesitant about growing and selling recreational marijuana in the city, many students are interested in the business.
West Vancouver seeks rules to curb monster homes

West Vancouver seeks rules to curb monster homes

Residents Heather Sneddon, Lois Grant and Ken Bryden say a house being built near to them on Lawson Avenue is out of character with their West Vancouver neighbourhood.