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Housing, civil rights among key issues in Vancouver-Centre

Housing, civil rights among key issues in Vancouver-Centre

VANCOUVER -- Ask Hedy Fry what the top issue is in Vancouver-Centre, the riding she has held as a Liberal for 22 years of its 98-year history, and she says it is undoubtedly affordable housing.
13-acre park to replace viaducts in Vancouver

13-acre park to replace viaducts in Vancouver

VANCOUVER — A 13-acre park will be the centrepiece of Vancouver's $200-million plan to remove the Georgia and Dunsmuir viaducts, city staff said Tuesday.
Big hike in emergencies prompts a call for funding rescue

Big hike in emergencies prompts a call for funding rescue

Exhausted members of the North Shore Search and Rescue Team met Monday with their counterparts from the B.C. Search and Rescue Association to try and find solutions to this fall’s unprecedented number of emergency calls.
Mammoths may have roamed Haida Gwaii 57,000 years ago

Mammoths may have roamed Haida Gwaii 57,000 years ago

Study paints a very different picture of 'Canada's Galapagos' before the last ice age
Ex-Saanich parents say son innocent in 1990 double murder

Ex-Saanich parents say son innocent in 1990 double murder

After 25 years, David and Elouise Lord still believe their only son, Derik, is innocent of a notorious double murder that gripped B.C. in 1990.
Body found in North Vancouver, four men charged

Body found in North Vancouver, four men charged

Police have arrested four young men on charges of kidnapping and indignity to a body after a man was found dead in the District of North Vancouver Tuesday.
Vancouver’s Bentall Centre up for sale in a hot market

Vancouver’s Bentall Centre up for sale in a hot market

Demand for downtown office towers will be ‘off the charts,’ analyst says
Juror discharged from Vancouver suitcase murder trial

Juror discharged from Vancouver suitcase murder trial

A judge on Tuesday discharged one juror in a Vancouver murder trial but decided against dismissing a second juror.
Tugboat sinking is sixth in B.C. waters this year

Tugboat sinking is sixth in B.C. waters this year

‘These boats, they just don’t sink, they shouldn’t sink’
Ministry to report publicly on foster kids in hotels, Cadieux says

Ministry to report publicly on foster kids in hotels, Cadieux says

With the Opposition demanding her resignation, Children and Family Development Minister Stephanie Cadieux announced Monday that the government will report publicly twice a year on the numbers of foster children who have to be placed in hotels.