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Protests not indicative of mainstream view of pipeline expansion: poll

Protests not indicative of mainstream view of pipeline expansion: poll

Burnaby RCMP carry away a protester from the Kinder Morgan site.
Downtown playground had been ‘problematic’ prior to fire

Downtown playground had been ‘problematic’ prior to fire

The playground at Andy Livingstone Park suffered extensive damage in a fire early Friday morning. Photo Dan Toulgoet Vancouver Park Board already had plans to replace the playground at Andy Livingstone Park before it caught fire Friday morning.
Vancouver not on the list of Lower Mainland's top 25 spots to invest in real estate

Vancouver not on the list of Lower Mainland's top 25 spots to invest in real estate

You might think that trendy neighbourhoods such as Mount Pleasant and Hastings-Sunrise would be among the region’s hottest areas to invest in real estate right now – but not according to financial website MoneySense.
B.C. dangerous offender loses appeal for any form of parole

B.C. dangerous offender loses appeal for any form of parole

Prison/Shutterstock The Parole Board of Canada's appeal division has upheld a decision to deny parole to a sexual offender in British Columbia who has been behind bars since becoming the country's youngest dangerous offender in 1999.
Here's what you need to know about Richmond's new smoking/vaping/weed regulations, approved today

Here's what you need to know about Richmond's new smoking/vaping/weed regulations, approved today

Cigarettes/Shutterstock Richmond’s city council has approved new regulations that will increase limitations on smoking and vaping in public spaces. Falling under the public health protection bylaw, the new restrictions will be implemented on May 1.
Solutions offered to keep empty storefronts from plaguing Vancouver city streets

Solutions offered to keep empty storefronts from plaguing Vancouver city streets

Green party city council candidate Michael Wiebe on a walking tour of the Mount Pleasant area: “one of the biggest issues with empty storefronts is the process of permitting”?|?Rob Kruyt Restaurateur Pepe Barajas’ experience with the City of Vancouve
Van attack accused was briefly in Armed Forces, officials say

Van attack accused was briefly in Armed Forces, officials say

Alek Minassian, a 25-year-old Richmond Hill, Ont., man is shown in this image from his LinkedIn page. A man accused of driving a van into pedestrians along a stretch of a busy Toronto street has been charged with 10 counts of first-degree murder.
Inuit upset about Russian rocket splashdown in Arctic waters

Inuit upset about Russian rocket splashdown in Arctic waters

The Copernicus Sentinel-3B rocket is seen at the top of the launch tower in this undated handout photo.
'Death Road to Canada' video game release on hold due to Toronto van attack

'Death Road to Canada' video game release on hold due to Toronto van attack

n image from the video game “Death Road to Canada” is seen in this undated handout photo. Wednesday’s scheduled console release of the video game “Death Road to Canada” has been delayed due to Monday’s horrific van attack in Toronto.
Developer proposes artisan market, helipads for Britannia Beach

Developer proposes artisan market, helipads for Britannia Beach

Photo Shutterstock A developer is proposing to set up an artisan market and a launch site for a helicopter touring company on Britannia Beach.
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