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B.C. Liberal Leader Falcon takes legislature seat; knocks museum 'vanity project'

B.C. Liberal Leader Falcon takes legislature seat; knocks museum 'vanity project'

VICTORIA — British Columbia Liberal Leader Kevin Falcon said that if elected premier he would halt plans to build a new Royal B.C. Museum, calling it a "billion-dollar vanity project" after he took his seat in the legislature.
Vancouver police think speed was factor after car crosses into traffic, takes flight

Vancouver police think speed was factor after car crosses into traffic, takes flight

Vancouver police say they believe speed was a factor in a four-car collision that killed one person and sent two others to hospital on Monday.
Resident facing charges for feeding coyotes and bears in West Vancouver

Resident facing charges for feeding coyotes and bears in West Vancouver

Enforcement officers say the person had been feeding dangerous wildlife for months.
Cost of housing is a chronic municipal election issue

Cost of housing is a chronic municipal election issue

Clash between density, community character to headline political campaigns – again

Resumption of Seattle-Vancouver train service postponed

Chilly conditions break century-old temperature records in parts of southern B.C.

Emergency alert system in B.C. to be in place for extreme heat in June: minister

Emergency alert system in B.C. to be in place for extreme heat in June: minister

VANCOUVER — British Columbia's public safety minister says an automated alert system will be in place in June to notify residents of dangerously high temperatures like last year's fatal heat dome.
Government lawyer defends B.C.'s 2020 snap election call

Government lawyer defends B.C.'s 2020 snap election call

Lawsuit seeks ruling that Premier John Horgan and Lt. Gov. Janet Austin broke B.C. election law in approving vote that gave majority to BC NDP.
B.C. invests $789 million for new safe, accessible and culturally inclusive museum

B.C. invests $789 million for new safe, accessible and culturally inclusive museum

VICTORIA — The Royal British Columbia Museum needs to be brought into the 21st century and that means spending nearly $800 million on a new building, Premier John Horgan says. The current museum next door to the B.C.
Another BC NDP government official quits to join a lobbying firm

Another BC NDP government official quits to join a lobbying firm

Departure of health minister’s senior aide continues trend that began after party came to power in 2017.