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Woman on party bus died after falling from open door in Vancouver: police

Woman on party bus died after falling from open door in Vancouver: police

Passenger, 23, among Surrey group headed to nightclub
B.C. Hydro announces Site C business sessions, job fairs

B.C. Hydro announces Site C business sessions, job fairs

B.C. Hydro has announced a new round of Site C business networking sessions that will be held throughout northern B.C. in January and early February. These will be coupled with job fairs that will continue into March.
Byelections loom, Premier Clark ready to spend

Byelections loom, Premier Clark ready to spend

Reality check: The reasons for belt-tightening budgets haven’t changed, but politics have
Video of Chilliwack intersection becomes an Internet sensation

Video of Chilliwack intersection becomes an Internet sensation

A Chilliwack resident’s video compilation of a year in the life of a busy intersection is more insane than you’d expect and has notched more than one million views online in just two weeks.
Three arrested at Site C protest, charges possible

Three arrested at Site C protest, charges possible

Protester arrested in December released without charges
Leaders in Williams Lake area seek help to deal with deadly gang war

Leaders in Williams Lake area seek help to deal with deadly gang war

The chief of an Interior reserve has put out a call for help after a shooting Saturday that allegedly involved two aboriginal gangs waging a deadly street war. Two men were hurt Jan. 2 in a targeted shooting in Williams Lake, according to local RCMP.
Close to 2,500 Syrians expected in B.C. by end of February

Close to 2,500 Syrians expected in B.C. by end of February

Families are bigger, with more children than anticipated
Ban on treating spouses riles B.C. dentists

Ban on treating spouses riles B.C. dentists

VANCOUVER — Michael Flunkert gets pretty passionate when he talks about a rule that bars B.C. dentists from inspecting the teeth of their husbands and wives. The Vancouver dentist calls the College of Dental Surgeons of B.C.
B.C. Hydro reviewing its options on Site C protest encampment

B.C. Hydro reviewing its options on Site C protest encampment

B.C. Hydro says it's speaking with Site C dam protesters and local authorities to try to end a standoff on the south bank of the Peace River. A handful of protesters have been camped at the Rocky Mountain Fort site since mid-December. On Dec.
Ex-City of Vancouver treasurer jailed for defrauding Richmond company

Ex-City of Vancouver treasurer jailed for defrauding Richmond company

A disgraced former treasurer of the City of Vancouver has been sentenced to four years in prison for defrauding a Richmond company of more than $200,000. Sandy Antonio Maddalena, 62, was hired by Kirk Integrated Marketing Services Ltd.