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B.C. professor arrested and jailed in Slovakia since November

B.C. professor arrested and jailed in Slovakia since November

Professor David Scheffel is seen in this undated handout photo. An anthropology professor from Thompson Rivers University in Kamloops, B.C.
Protesters stand aside for truck entry after demonstration at Trans Mountain Burnaby terminal

Protesters stand aside for truck entry after demonstration at Trans Mountain Burnaby terminal

Protesters move to allow a vehicle to leave the Trans Mountain terminal in Burnaby. – Lauren Boothby Protests resumed at Burnaby’s Trans Mountain terminal Thursday for the first time since Kinder Morgan announced work on the pipeline would stop.
VIDEO: "Taco Nazi", the funniest story you'll ever hear about nazis and tacos

VIDEO: "Taco Nazi", the funniest story you'll ever hear about nazis and tacos

If you subscribe to our podcast then you'll have heard our interview we recently did with comedian and author Charlie Demers.
Vancouver Park Board announces major seawall upgrades

Vancouver Park Board announces major seawall upgrades

Park board crews are expected to finish the first phase of upgrades by August One Vancouver’s crown jewels is getting some love.
Feds commit $1.2M to TransLink for "world's first" electric bus charging system

Feds commit $1.2M to TransLink for "world's first" electric bus charging system

Photo New Flyer TransLink has received $1.2 million in federal funding to install and operate overhead charging stations to get four electric buses on the road next year.
Sunday meeting with PM won't force B.C. off its pipeline stand: environment minister

Sunday meeting with PM won't force B.C. off its pipeline stand: environment minister

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Home prices continue to climb in B.C., despite dramatic sales decline: BCREA

Home prices continue to climb in B.C., despite dramatic sales decline: BCREA

Home sales in British Columbia plummeted last month compared with March of last year, but the B.C. Real Estate Association says the decline was not reflected in prices.
Trudeau off to Peru amid unresolved Trans Mountain pipeline crisis

Trudeau off to Peru amid unresolved Trans Mountain pipeline crisis

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg (not pictured) take part in a joint press conference on Parliament Hill in Ottawa on Wednesday, April 4, 2018.
Vancouver MP calls for criminal investigation, payment for addiction treatment from pharma

Vancouver MP calls for criminal investigation, payment for addiction treatment from pharma

A New Democrat member of Parliament is calling on the federal government to launch a criminal investigation against drug manufacturers for their alleged role in the deaths of thousands of Canadians who took opioids.
Fatherhood gives addict the clarity he needed to turn life around

Fatherhood gives addict the clarity he needed to turn life around

Josh Dahling says if he’d been exposed to the grief counselling provided by the Camp Kerry Society, of which he’s now the director of youth services and director of operations, it would have helped him avoid a lot of the hardships brought on by traum
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