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John Doyle says he would have stayed if not for AG debacle

John Doyle says he would have stayed if not for AG debacle

The departing B.C. Auditor General John Doyle would have stayed in British Columbia if his appointment had been automatically renewed as expected , he told Business in Vancouver today.

Accused was 'blown away' learning he joined Stanley Cup riot, claiming blackout

VANCOUVER - The sun was still illuminating the glass towers of a trendy Vancouver neighbourhood when Spencer Kirkwood stood looking out from an apartment balcony, downing beers after the Canucks lost the Stanley Cup, and remarked on black smoke wafti

Ben Street and Brett Carson lead Heat to 3-2 AHL win over Americans

ABBOTSFORD, B.C. - Abbotsford defenceman Brett Carson is making a case for another shot with the Calgary Flames this year.

Fake Chilliwack cop lands year in jail

Police alleged he was trying to steal ATM from store
Medicinal marijuana sales stuck in a legal shadowland

Medicinal marijuana sales stuck in a legal shadowland

Regulatory changes won’t make pot cafés legal, but city still tolerates prescription sales
TED conference relocating to Vancouver

TED conference relocating to Vancouver

VANCOUVER — The annual TED conference, one of the world’s most influential thought-incubators around technology, entertainment and design, is moving to Vancouver.
Man doesn't remember smashing windows in post-game Vancouver riot: court

Man doesn't remember smashing windows in post-game Vancouver riot: court

VANCOUVER - A man in his mid-20s wearing a green hockey T-shirt paces outside an electronics store in downtown Vancouver, pumping his arms in the air and smiling broadly at a thick crowd of whooping onlookers.
Vancouver will host giant TED conference starting next year

Vancouver will host giant TED conference starting next year

VANCOUVER - The annual TED conference, one of the world's most influential thought incubators around technology, entertainment and design, is moving to Vancouver.

Alleged triad leader faces immigration hearing - 17 years after arrival in Canada

VANCOUVER - Seventeen years after an alleged Asian organized crime boss was granted permanent resident status in Canada, despite being red-flagged for suspected criminal activities, authorities are trying to send him packing.

Alleged triad leader faces immigration hearing - 17 years after arrival in Canada

VANCOUVER - Seventeen years after an alleged Asian organized crime boss was granted permanent resident status in Canada, despite being red-flagged for suspected criminal activities, authorities are trying to send him packing.
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