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Who is making the big dollars in Vancouver?

Who is making the big dollars in Vancouver?

Doctor/Shutterstock If you want to know who can afford to buy into Vancouver’s real estate, Indeed might provide a few clues. The job search site has mined its salary data to determine what it says are the top-paying jobs in Vancouver right now.
Trans Mountain seeks permanent injunction against protesters in court

Trans Mountain seeks permanent injunction against protesters in court

A tanker fills up at the Kinder Morgan Westridge Marine Terminal on the Burrard Inlet. File photo Social media posts suggest anti-pipeline activists are determined to continue blockades at two terminals in Burnaby, B.C.
Man in critical condition after being hit by police cruiser in Squamish

Man in critical condition after being hit by police cruiser in Squamish

File photo A man is in critical condition in hospital after being hit by a police car, Squamish RCMP said Tuesday. On Tuesday night [March 13] at approximately 10:30 p.m.
New mortgage rules behind slide in B.C. home sales: real estate association

New mortgage rules behind slide in B.C. home sales: real estate association

A real estate sold sign is shown outside a house in Vancouver, Tuesday, Jan.3, 2017.
Vancouver’s only Mandarin bilingual program celebrates first graduating class

Vancouver’s only Mandarin bilingual program celebrates first graduating class

Close to 200 students to graduate from Norquay elementary program this year
New Westminster police announce charges in 2017 fentanyl bust

New Westminster police announce charges in 2017 fentanyl bust

An estimated $300,000 worth of drugs, including fentanyl, was seized during an investigation by the New Westminster Police Department last spring. On Wednesday, police announced charges had been laid in connection with the investigation.
Guilty plea by former PoCo city worker

Guilty plea by former PoCo city worker

Port Coquitlam city hall. Photograph By CITY OF PORT COQUITLAM A former Port Coquitlam city employee will be sentenced in May for taking about $175,000 from the municipality over a three-year period.
City of North Vancouver mayor not seeking re-election

City of North Vancouver mayor not seeking re-election

North Van City Mayor Darrell Mussatto won’t be seeking re-election Oct. 20.
‘Mystery’ portrait of Capt. George Vancouver revealed at museum

‘Mystery’ portrait of Capt. George Vancouver revealed at museum

This portrait of Capt. George Vancouver is revealed in a ceremony with Janice Charette, Canadian high commissioner to the U.K., beside the replica of his ship HMS Discovery at the Royal B.C. Museum on Tuesday.
Squamish climber and friend have died in Alaska, father confirms

Squamish climber and friend have died in Alaska, father confirms

Marc Andre Leclerc is shown in a photo from a GoFundMe page. THE CANADIAN PRESS/HO A 24-year-old climber based in Squamish and his friend have died during an expedition in Alaska.