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Real estate industries made up fifth of Canada's GDP in 2017

Real estate industries made up fifth of Canada's GDP in 2017

Real estate and development is reported to have made up 15 per cent of B.C.
Government, ICBC and police introduce new measures to combat distracted driving

Government, ICBC and police introduce new measures to combat distracted driving

Government, ICBC and police introduce new measures to combat distracted driving ICBC is increasing efforts to address high-risk and distracted driving across the province, the insurance company announced on Friday.
Cops are rolling out a new, efficient e-Ticket system in B.C.

Cops are rolling out a new, efficient e-Ticket system in B.C.

The end result will likely be MORE TICKETS of course
68-year-old pedestrian critically injured in Burnaby hit-and-run

68-year-old pedestrian critically injured in Burnaby hit-and-run

Police are looking for a red vehicle with front-end damage
Volunteers offer free eye care to seniors in Vancouver's Downtown Eastside

Volunteers offer free eye care to seniors in Vancouver's Downtown Eastside

Photo: theeyeglassesproject.org A gaggle of seniors waits patiently inside the doors of the Downtown Eastside Neighbourhood House, where the sound of Mandarin and Cantonese voices fills the air.
Canadian cannabis growers hungry for industrial space

Canadian cannabis growers hungry for industrial space

Growers will turn to blue-collar towns and the Agricultural Land Reserve to find millions of sq ft of industrial space needed to meet demand
VPD supports Victoria department’s call for staggered distribution of welfare cheques

VPD supports Victoria department’s call for staggered distribution of welfare cheques

Victoria Police Chief Del Manak Photograph By DARREN STONE, Times Colonist Vancouver’s police department voiced support this week for Victoria Police Chief Del Manak’s call for the province to consider staggering the distribution of welfare cheques.
Self-driving 'sailbot' returns home to Vancouver after being lost at sea

Self-driving 'sailbot' returns home to Vancouver after being lost at sea

Ada launching. Photo via screengrab, UBC She lost her sail and has a few scratches, but a robotic sailboat has returned home in relatively good condition after being lost at sea. The self-navigating "sailbot" — a 5.
'Dementia village' coming to B.C. highlights need for diverse care options

'Dementia village' coming to B.C. highlights need for diverse care options

It's an entire village built around helping those with dementia
Heritage cottages on Bowen Island face imminent demolition

Heritage cottages on Bowen Island face imminent demolition

Metro Parks board prepares to tear down four Davies Orchard cottages
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