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More bad news for B.C.’s wild sockeye

More bad news for B.C.’s wild sockeye

Pink salmon populations augmented by hatchery programs hurt sockeye returns, study finds
Vancouver school board may axe nearly 100 jobs

Vancouver school board may axe nearly 100 jobs

Trustees grapple with budget restrictions and enrolment decline
Helipad proposal at Lululemon founder's home an April Fool’s prank

Helipad proposal at Lululemon founder's home an April Fool’s prank

A sign announcing an 8,000-square foot floating heliport dock outside a Vancouver mansion on exclusive Point Grey Road is outraging passersby — until they realize it’s a very convincing April Fool’s joke.
Metro Vancouver’s rush hour congestion rated worst in Canada

Metro Vancouver’s rush hour congestion rated worst in Canada

Vancouver remains the most congested city in Canada according to the fifth annual TomTom traffic index, but at least the congestion rate didn’t get worse. TomTom sells GPS systems, which tell you how to drive to your destination.
Snakes and giant squid: Climate change drives exotic species north

Snakes and giant squid: Climate change drives exotic species north

Others face an uncertain future as environment evolves
B.C. gold mine approval first since Mount Polley disaster

B.C. gold mine approval first since Mount Polley disaster

New mine will not use a dam to store waste
China money-laundering scheme includes Vancouver-area homes, U.S. says

China money-laundering scheme includes Vancouver-area homes, U.S. says

A condo and a house were bought outright in Richmond and White Rock, then mortgaged for $1.1 million
What locker? Possessions vanish in a pile of rubble

What locker? Possessions vanish in a pile of rubble

Renter’s first clue surfaced when automatic credit card payments stopped
'A public disaster waiting to happen': Pitt Meadows quarry proposal panned

'A public disaster waiting to happen': Pitt Meadows quarry proposal panned

Sheridan Hill in Pitt Meadows is a special place for many. For the Katzie First Nation, it’s an integral part of their creation story. For nearby residents, it’s a place to raise their families and operate their businesses.
Lawsuit claims chicken slaughterhouse employee died from overwork

Lawsuit claims chicken slaughterhouse employee died from overwork

The estate of a man who died from heart failure after allegedly being overworked at a Vancouver chicken slaughterhouse is suing his employer for damages.