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Ex-foster kids in B.C. flock to college after tuition fees waived

Ex-foster kids in B.C. flock to college after tuition fees waived

Advanced Education Minister Melanie Mark said she’s “thrilled” to see so many students taking advantage of the new program. Photograph By DARREN STONE, Times Colonist The number of ex-foster kids getting a free education at B.C.
Two arrested at Vancouver restaurant following Richmond assault

Two arrested at Vancouver restaurant following Richmond assault

Pioneer Pub in Richmond saw a man wielding a rifle attack a patron on Jan.18. Two men believed to be involved in the incident were later arrested at a Vancouver restaurant.
Does the answer to your personal housing crisis lie in this very special Craigslist ad?

Does the answer to your personal housing crisis lie in this very special Craigslist ad?

Agassiz is a small farming community located about 97 kilometres east of Vancouver. Photograph By GOOGLE We have a place to live already, but sometimes we just like to check what’s out there. Like, wayyyy out there.
Protesters roll up to Vancouver Tim Hortons in support of Ontario employees

Protesters roll up to Vancouver Tim Hortons in support of Ontario employees

Cutbacks to offset minimum wage increase in Ontario spurs local response
Trigger happy: Tracing how guns make their way to Vancouver

Trigger happy: Tracing how guns make their way to Vancouver

In the wake of Vancouver's latest gun-related slaying, we're resharing this Vancouver Courier story from 2008, in which police and border officials describe how a flood of high-powered foreign firearms — illegal and legal — had hit the Lower Mainland
Gunman enters Richmond pub, beats down alleged drug dealer: Witness

Gunman enters Richmond pub, beats down alleged drug dealer: Witness

Pioneer Pub in Richmond saw a man wielding a rifle attack a patron on Jan.18. Two men believed to be involved in the incident were later arrested at a Vancouver restaurant.
City council approves liquor licence for Stanley Park Brewing

City council approves liquor licence for Stanley Park Brewing

Rendering via Vancouver Park Board Vancouver city council Wednesday approved the liquor licence for a new restaurant set to open in Stanley Park.
Premium on garage space fuels new motorcycle collective

Premium on garage space fuels new motorcycle collective

East Vancouver DIY garage offers space, tools and community
Cougar kitten rescued by the B.C. Conservation Officer Service

Cougar kitten rescued by the B.C. Conservation Officer Service

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WestJet appeals lost bid to scrap harassment lawsuit by former flight attendant

WestJet appeals lost bid to scrap harassment lawsuit by former flight attendant

A WestJet plan takes off from YVR/Shutterstock WestJet (TSX:WJA) has filed an appeal after the Supreme Court of British Columbia refused to throw out a proposed class-action lawsuit that accuses the company of fostering a corporate culture that toler