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Vancouver vigilante group that targeted vehicles with stickers goes silent

Vancouver vigilante group that targeted vehicles with stickers goes silent

Members of the climate change advocacy group CO2alitionBC tagged vehicles and street signs across Metro Vancouver. Photo Twitter The online activities of a controversial air quality lobby group appear to have vanished into thin air.
Found mortar spurs larger Blair Rifle Range military search

Found mortar spurs larger Blair Rifle Range military search

A three-inch mortar found at the Blair Rifle Range last month.
Did you know the first ever NHL player of Asian descent was from B.C.?

Did you know the first ever NHL player of Asian descent was from B.C.?

Larry Kwong. Photo courtesy Vernon Museum and Archives Author and columnist Tom Hawthorn wrote an obituary that was published in The Globe and Mail yesterday which I highly recommend you read.
Vancouver Park Board commissioner John Coupar announces run for mayor

Vancouver Park Board commissioner John Coupar announces run for mayor

Vancouver Park Board commissioner John Coupar has announced that he will run for mayor of Vancouver in the 2018 municipal election.
Transportation Safety Board to probe cause of smoky WestJet flight in B.C.

Transportation Safety Board to probe cause of smoky WestJet flight in B.C.

Investigators with the Transportation Safety Board are being sent to Vancouver Island to determine why thick smoke suddenly filled the cabin of a commuter plane travelling to Nanaimo, B.C.
Gang member who stabbed B.C. teen for wearing red sweater sentenced

Gang member who stabbed B.C. teen for wearing red sweater sentenced

Photo BRUCE STOTESBURY, TIMES COLONIST A Victoria gang member has been sentenced to two years in prison for stabbing a teenage stranger who wore the wrong coloured sweater to a party.
Emergency Management BC to test alert system on Wednesday

Emergency Management BC to test alert system on Wednesday

Emergency Management BC will be testing the BC Emergency Alerting System on March 21 at 1:55 p.m.
Montana pipeline protester avoids jail, must pay restitution

Montana pipeline protester avoids jail, must pay restitution

Example of oil pipeline and shut off valves.
Province, Squamish First Nation approve $21 million quarry in Howe Sound

Province, Squamish First Nation approve $21 million quarry in Howe Sound

A rendering of Burnco’s proposed aggregate mine site in Howe Sound | SUBMITTED A sand and gravel quarry in Howe Sound has been approved by the provincial government, a year and a half after it entered the environmental review process. B.C.
Natural gas rates to remain the same in Metro Vancouver: FortisBC

Natural gas rates to remain the same in Metro Vancouver: FortisBC

Natural gas rates to remain the same in Metro Vancouver. Photo courtesy / FortisBC When most costs of living are rising, natural gas bills will not.
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