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No easy ride for ride-hailing in B.C. as province delays implementation again

No easy ride for ride-hailing in B.C. as province delays implementation again

Ryan Remiorz/The Canadian Press The British Columbia government says it will ease into allowing ride-hailing services in the province, laying the groundwork for the new rides to enter the market as early as the fall of 2019.
Here's a statement from the label owner who deleted his Twitter after issuing an offensive tweet

Here's a statement from the label owner who deleted his Twitter after issuing an offensive tweet

Jonathan Simkin This is a followup to THIS STORY we published yesterday.
Paul Bennett's family appeals to public for information to solve his murder

Paul Bennett's family appeals to public for information to solve his murder

Photo Paul Bennett/Facebook Homicide investigators say Paul Bennett was not the intended victim of a targeted shooting in Surrey last month.
Vancouver police issue warning about man performing indecent acts in Mount Pleasant

Vancouver police issue warning about man performing indecent acts in Mount Pleasant

The Vancouver Police Department have issued a warning Thursday cautioning residents in and around the Mount Pleasant area about a man performing indecent acts in the late night hours.
UPDATE: Body of missing swimmer found at Buntzen Lake

UPDATE: Body of missing swimmer found at Buntzen Lake

Coquitlam Search and Rescue crews have been scouring Buntzen Lake since Tuesday night for a missing 19-year-old man from Surrey.
Tilray shares up as much as 28 per cent in Nasdaq trading after IPO

Tilray shares up as much as 28 per cent in Nasdaq trading after IPO

Tilray’s product line of capsules, oils, and dried marijuana are shown at head office in Nanaimo, B.C., on Thursday, November 29, 2017. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Chad Hipolito Shares of cannabis producer Tilray Inc.
B.C. woman killed on Vancouver Island after being pinned by falling tree

B.C. woman killed on Vancouver Island after being pinned by falling tree

Photo Shutterstock A British Columbia resident has been killed by a falling tree on Vancouver Island.
Police and family ask for clues in finding 13-year-old girl's killer

Police and family ask for clues in finding 13-year-old girl's killer

Marrisa Shen, 13, whose body was found in a Burnaby, B.C., park on July 19, 2017, appears in an undated handout photo. THE CANADIAN PRESS/HO – Integrated Homicide Investigation Team One year after 13-year-old Marrisa Shen was murdered in Burnaby, B.
New-home presales plummet in Lower Mainland

New-home presales plummet in Lower Mainland

Photo Dan Toulgoet The rate at which presale condos and townhomes are being snapped up has plummeted across Greater Vancouver and the Fraser Valley – especially in downtown Vancouver, according to a July 18 report by a real estate marketing company.
B.C. homeowner groups can fine defiant short-term rental hosts $1,000 a day

B.C. homeowner groups can fine defiant short-term rental hosts $1,000 a day

Homeowners groups in British Columbia will soon be able to fine owners or residents up to $1,000 a day for defying the corporation's bylaws on short-term rentals. The B.C.