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Saskatchewan introduces law to allow control of oil, gas exports

Saskatchewan introduces law to allow control of oil, gas exports

Pipes are seen at the Kinder Morgan Trans Mountain facility in Edmonton, Alta., Thursday, April 6, 2017.
Lt.-Gov. says B.C. election decision didn't make her top 3 moments over 6 years

Lt.-Gov. says B.C. election decision didn't make her top 3 moments over 6 years

B.C. Premier John Horgan presents outgoing BC Lt.-Gov. Judith Guichon with a saddle pad for her horse in Victoria on Monday, April 23, 2018. Guichon is a life long rancher from Merritt, B.C. The saddle pad is embroidered with the official crest of B.
B.C. gov to limit auto insurance claims, speed up process to settle disputes

B.C. gov to limit auto insurance claims, speed up process to settle disputes

The “Financial dumpster fire” is being revamped. Photo Dan Toulgoet The British Columbia government has introduced legislation that will attempt to restore the finances of the public auto insurance agency.
Multiple deaths and injuries after van hits pedestrians in Toronto

Multiple deaths and injuries after van hits pedestrians in Toronto

Paramedics attend to people after multiple pedestrians were hit by a van in north Toronto on Monday, April 23, 2018.
Huge job fair this weekend at Tsawwassen Mills

Huge job fair this weekend at Tsawwassen Mills

File photo Tsawwassen Mills will be hosting a spring job fair on Saturday, April 28. More than 30 retailers are seeking full and part-time as well as seasonal staff. A variety of positions are available in fashion, specialty stores and restaurants.
Meet local writers at the VPL this evening for BC Book Day

Meet local writers at the VPL this evening for BC Book Day

A panel of local writers and artists are gathering at the Vancouver Public Library Central Branch this evening to celebrate BC Book Day. The panelists will share stories of how living in B.C.
Designs revealed for new Cambie tower with tiered terraces

Designs revealed for new Cambie tower with tiered terraces

This 27-storey tower plus podium buildings with tiered terraces is proposed as part of the Pearson Dogwood redevelopment on Cambie Street.
Vancouver to rake in $30 million in empty homes tax in first year

Vancouver to rake in $30 million in empty homes tax in first year

Vancouver Mayor Gregor Robertson. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Adrian Wyld The city of Vancouver's new empty homes tax is expected to bring in $30 million in revenue in its first year.
VIDEO: Try to endure these 8 minutes of interviews conducted at Vancouver's 420 protest

VIDEO: Try to endure these 8 minutes of interviews conducted at Vancouver's 420 protest

Local videographer Steven Huynh went out to Vancouver's 420 protest this weekend equipped with a camera and the intention of getting people's thoughts on cannabis.
Airplane makes emergency landing on the Coquihalla near Merritt

Airplane makes emergency landing on the Coquihalla near Merritt

A Mustang II plane sits on the ground after landing between a divided highway near Merritt, B.C. on Sunday, April 22, 2018. THE CANADIAN PRESS/HO-Debra Sharkey Motorists driving on B.C.
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