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Trans Mountain protests to continue following government purchase: opponents

Trans Mountain protests to continue following government purchase: opponents

A woman holds a sign with a drawing of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s face on a snake as protesters opposed to the Kinder Morgan Trans Mountain pipeline extension demonstrate outside Justice Minister Jody Wilson-Raybould’s constituency office, in Va
Licensed producers raise concerns over proposed pot swag ban

Licensed producers raise concerns over proposed pot swag ban

A man sporting a jacket and hat bearing images of marijuana gestures during the 4-20 annual marijuana celebration, in Vancouver, B.C., on Friday April 20, 2018.
Main St. Station Farmers Market kicks off 10th anniversary season

Main St. Station Farmers Market kicks off 10th anniversary season

The Main St. Station Farmers Market is celebrating its 10th anniversary this year. Photo Dan Toulgoet Main St. Station Farmers Market is kicking off the 2018 season this week with a special celebration.
Police looking for suspect that allegedly stole a dog

Police looking for suspect that allegedly stole a dog

Photo New West Police Police are searching for a suspect that allegedly stole a dog at New Westminster SkyTrain station around 6:15 p.m. on June 1.
Richmond realtor suspended and fined for misconduct

Richmond realtor suspended and fined for misconduct

Richmond-based New Coast Realty A Richmond-based realtor has been suspended and fined for misconduct related to a series of transactions in 2014 and 2015.
Single homes in Metro Vancouver nudge mark where prices can fall: board

Single homes in Metro Vancouver nudge mark where prices can fall: board

Photo Pexels Home sales across Metro Vancouver tumbled last month, when compared with May 2017 and the Real Estate Board of Greater Vancouver says that raises the potential of lower prices for some types of homes.
District of North Van won’t fine wharf jumpers

District of North Van won’t fine wharf jumpers

A group of teens leap from the wharf in Deep Cove in July 2015. file photo Cindy Goodman, North Shore News The District of North Vancouver may not be fine with people jumping off its wharves, but it won’t fine them for doing it.
TransLink: transit fares will increase starting on July 1

TransLink: transit fares will increase starting on July 1

Photo TransLink Commuters will pay more to ride the bus and SkyTrain starting on Canada Day. TransLink is increasing the price of single-use concession fares by 5 cents for stored value fares and 10 cents for cash fares starting on July 1.
Nature's Path takes business road less travelled by turning website into pipeline protest

Nature's Path takes business road less travelled by turning website into pipeline protest

SCREEN GRAB Just after the Liberal government announced it would buy the Trans Mountain pipeline and related infrastructure from Kinder Morgan for $4.5 billion, a Richmond company stepped forward to oppose this project.
Site C flood zone continues to reveal new biological treasures

Site C flood zone continues to reveal new biological treasures

In 2015, scientists surveyed areas like this that would be affected by the proposed Site C dam. Photo By REG WHITEN On her last day in the Peace River Valley, botanist Erica Wheeler finally spotted the elusive species she had sought.