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Kinder Morgan seeks 'relief' from NEB ruling

Kinder Morgan seeks 'relief' from NEB ruling

Spawning deterrents are used to avoid serious harm to fish during construction. A special mat is placed in the waterway. It prevents fish from spawning in the area and, thus, minimizes mortality to eggs and larvae during construction.
Vancouver gets $66 million for 600 modular homes

Vancouver gets $66 million for 600 modular homes

Premier John Horgan, along with cabinet ministers Selina Robinson and Shane Simpson, toured a modular housing display suite Friday at Robson Square.
Charges possible for hunter who shot dog near Squamish

Charges possible for hunter who shot dog near Squamish

Photo: David Buzzard Charges may be recommended against a hunter who shot and killed a Squamish therapy dog near Lake Lucille on Sept. 28.
Arbutus retail strip sold for $5M over assessed value

Arbutus retail strip sold for $5M over assessed value

2560 Arbutus St A retail investment property with major redevelopment potential has sold for $12.5 million, Lee & Associates tells Western Investor.
Horgan expected to commit to ‘an action’ on homelessness

Horgan expected to commit to ‘an action’ on homelessness

Premier John Horgan, file photo Dan Toulgoet A Vancouver city councillor says his understanding is that Premier John Horgan will make a speech Friday at a gathering of municipal politicians that will commit to “an action” that addresses the region’s
Money laundering alleged at River Rock Casino and Resort

Money laundering alleged at River Rock Casino and Resort

River Rock Casino and Resort High-rolling VIP gamblers from China are suspected of walking into River Rock Casino and Resort and laying down buy-ins — sometimes in excess of $500,000 and much of which is unsourced — to wash their proceeds of crime, a
Critic slides into new role as agriculture minister

Critic slides into new role as agriculture minister

Agriculture Minister Lana Popham (middle) is shown with Delta South MLA Ian Paton and Sharon Ellis of Westham Island Herb Farm during a tour Monday.
North Vancouver tow truck scammer jailed, police seek more victims

North Vancouver tow truck scammer jailed, police seek more victims

file photo Cindy Goodman, North Shore News North Vancouver RCMP say a man scamming people out of money by begging for help getting his car out of an impound lot has been impounded himself.
New Canadian skateboard company educates public about colonialism

New Canadian skateboard company educates public about colonialism

One day, when the topic of what “first nations land” meant came up while driving my son to school, I started in timidly with an explanation to my then six-year-old son.
Have your say on how marijuana should be regulated in B.C.

Have your say on how marijuana should be regulated in B.C.

[Editor's note: submit your input HERE ] Vision Vancouver Coun.