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B.C. doctors can't limit opioids or discriminate against pain patients: college

B.C. doctors can't limit opioids or discriminate against pain patients: college

Photo via Pexels British Columbia doctors treating patients with chronic pain will be required to prescribe opioids without limiting dosage or refusing to see patients who are on the medication that has come to be associated with illicit overdose dea
Trans Mountain deal fails to change Suncor position on Canadian competitiveness

Trans Mountain deal fails to change Suncor position on Canadian competitiveness

Suncor president and CEO Steve Williams waits to address the company’s annual meeting in Calgary, Wednesday, May 2, 2018.
Uniqlo is opening a store in Coquitlam Centre this fall

Uniqlo is opening a store in Coquitlam Centre this fall

Photo Uniqlo Canada Japanese clothing retailer Uniqlo has announced that it will open a fourth location in British Columbia at Coquitlam Centre this fall.
Online map shows crabby crows dive bombing pedestrians in Metro Vancouver

Online map shows crabby crows dive bombing pedestrians in Metro Vancouver

Cantankerous crows are dive bombing unwary pedestrians in Metro Vancouver as the annual example of avian helicopter parenting hits its height.
Speculation tax reducing price of B.C.’s recreational homes: survey

Speculation tax reducing price of B.C.’s recreational homes: survey

Although the average price of a recreational property in Canada is expected to increase 5.8 per cent this year, the same can’t be said of B.C. vacation homes, which are forecast to fall in price by nearly three per cent.
Here are 13 heartfelt tweets remembering broadcaster John Ashbridge

Here are 13 heartfelt tweets remembering broadcaster John Ashbridge

Vancouver broadcaster John Ashbridge has died at the age of 71 and he is being remembered today. Ashbridge began working with the Vancouver Canucks in 1987 as a public address announcer going through two Stanley Cup appearances with the team.
Honorary degree for B.C. elder's efforts to keep her Indigenous language alive

Honorary degree for B.C. elder's efforts to keep her Indigenous language alive

Elizabeth Phillips, shown in a handout photo, is receiving an honourary degree Wednesday from the University of the Fraser Valley her work to preserve her Indigenous language.
Longtime Vancouver Canucks PA announcer John Ashbridge dead at 71

Longtime Vancouver Canucks PA announcer John Ashbridge dead at 71

Photo via WHL Giants The Vancouver Canucks say longtime announcer John Ashbridge has died at the age of 71.
Vancouver council pushes controversial Chinatown ‘downzoning’ to public hearing

Vancouver council pushes controversial Chinatown ‘downzoning’ to public hearing

Under new City proposals, new development heights in Chinatown would be restricted, in response to concerns from residents over the pace of change in the area.
West Van real estate agent handed year-long suspension, immediately appeals

West Van real estate agent handed year-long suspension, immediately appeals

A deal to sell this house on Kings Avenue in West Vancouver resulted in a complaint that has resulted in a one-year suspension of real estate agent Shahin Behroyan by the Real Estate Council of B.C. The suspension is on hold pending an appeal.