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Driver ticketed after striking senior in North Vancouver crosswalk

Driver ticketed after striking senior in North Vancouver crosswalk

North Vancouver RCMP say a Vancouver woman driving a Hyundai Elantra was ticketed after hitting a pedestrian in a marked crosswalk in Lower Lonsdale. Police, fire and ambulance crews were called to the intersection of St.
Vancouver developer breaks silence in Trump tower controversy

Vancouver developer breaks silence in Trump tower controversy

Joo Kim Tiah and Holborn group say they have not been contacted by FBI
Canfor Pulp Products president departing company amid leadership changes

Canfor Pulp Products president departing company amid leadership changes

The corporate logo for forest products producer Canfor Corp. (TSX:CFP) is shown. THE CANADIAN PRESS/HO The president of Canfor Pulp Products Inc. is leaving his position due to leadership changes at the company.
Jason Kenney threatens to stop flow of oil to B.C., and put toll on natural gas

Jason Kenney threatens to stop flow of oil to B.C., and put toll on natural gas

HUFFING AND PUFFING
16 sweet things you might not know about our newest columnist, Grant Lawrence

16 sweet things you might not know about our newest columnist, Grant Lawrence

Radio host, musician and author resurrects his ‘Vancouver Shakedown’ column
YVR opens new value parking lot at Templeton Station

YVR opens new value parking lot at Templeton Station

Image: Courtesy of Vancouver Airport’s Twitter Travelling to Vancouver International Airport often poses a dilemma: is it better to park a car, transit, get a ride or take a cab? For those who prefer to have their vehicle waiting for them when they r
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
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