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A Squamish company says it's sucking carbon from the air and making fuel with it

A Squamish company says it's sucking carbon from the air and making fuel with it

Carbon Engineering’s pilot plant in Squamish, B.C. is seen in this undated handout photo. A Canadian company is entering the race to suck carbon from the sky and turn it into automotive fuels.
Alleged international money launderer arrested in B.C.

Alleged international money launderer arrested in B.C.

River Rock Casino and Resort A man suspected of being a "high roller" and international money launderer has been arrested in B.C.
Grey whale buried at B.C. dump exhumed added to provincial museum's collection

Grey whale buried at B.C. dump exhumed added to provincial museum's collection

Mike deRoos of Cetacea Contracting brushes off the dirt from the bones of a grey whale that was buried at the Alberni-Clayoquot Regional District’s West Coast Landfill in 2015.
Legal pot not a public health or safety threat, researchers tell Senate

Legal pot not a public health or safety threat, researchers tell Senate

Photo Shutterstock Doctors and researchers are telling Canadian politicians there is little evidence that legalized marijuana poses a threat to public health and safety. Dr. M.J. Milloy with the B.C.
Foreign-investor impact unknown, admits CMHC

Foreign-investor impact unknown, admits CMHC

Eric Bond, market analysis principal with Canada Mortgage and Housing Corp.: “We do not know, concretely, what the impact of foreign capital has been on the Vancouver housing market” | Submitted A lead analyst for Canada Mortgage and Housing Corp.
City approves 46 temporary modular housing units for Little Mountain

City approves 46 temporary modular housing units for Little Mountain

Little Mountain redevelopment site in a photo take in 2015. The city has identified a portion of the site as the next potential location for temporary modular housing.
Two Kinder Morgan execs offered retention bonuses of $1.5m each after Trans Mountain sale

Two Kinder Morgan execs offered retention bonuses of $1.5m each after Trans Mountain sale

Kinder Morgan president Ian Anderson was one of two executives offered a retention bonus of $1.5 million each after the sale of the Trans Mountain pipeline to the federal government | Photo: BIV files, Matt Borck Kinder Morgan Canada Ltd.
88-year-old man to compete in his 200th race at this year's Dragon Boat Festival

88-year-old man to compete in his 200th race at this year's Dragon Boat Festival

Grandragon George Draskoy, hamming it up for the camera, will compete in his 200th race at the annual Concord Pacific Dragon Boat Festival June 22 to 24. Photo Dan Toulgoet George Draskoy is the quintessential Renaissance man.
Randomized ballot a go for Vancouver's 2018 civic election

Randomized ballot a go for Vancouver's 2018 civic election

Candidates’ name order for the mayoral, council and park board races in the next civic election will be determined by lot.
Vancouver stroke survivor shares harrowing path to recovery

Vancouver stroke survivor shares harrowing path to recovery

Jessica Shirra survived multiple strokes over a 10-day span. Photograph By DAN TOULGOET Jessica Shirra is more than happy to be a statistical anomaly rather than a statistic.