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Poll shows Christy Clark tied for least popular premier in Canada

Poll shows Christy Clark tied for least popular premier in Canada

Premier Christy Clark is tied for the dubious distinction of least popular provincial leader, according to an Angus Reid poll released Monday.
B.C. Liberals buy half-hour TV spot to talk ‘directly’ to voters

B.C. Liberals buy half-hour TV spot to talk ‘directly’ to voters

Trailing the opposition New Democrats badly in recent polls, the B.C. Liberals have purchased a half-hour of TV air time April 14 for Premier Christy Clark and supporters to plead their case to voters.
Sweden Edin beats Canada's Jacobs 8-6 in world men's curling final

Sweden Edin beats Canada's Jacobs 8-6 in world men's curling final

VICTORIA - Canada's world men's curling championship reign ended Sunday after three years, but Brad Jacobs was still able to put the loss in perspective. Jacobs's Northern Ontario rink fell 8-6 to Sweden's Niklas Edin in the gold-medal game.
Hells Angels take to Vancouver streets in ‘warning’ tour

Hells Angels take to Vancouver streets in ‘warning’ tour

Despite months of legal troubles, the East End Hells Angels showed they are still around Saturday with a ride through city streets attended by close to 100 full-patch members and associates. Vancouver Police Sgt.
Bollywood award's glamour entices starry-eyed Canadians to embrace their roots

Bollywood award's glamour entices starry-eyed Canadians to embrace their roots

VANCOUVER - BC Place Stadium was awash with glitter, gold, and colourful saris as Vancouver rolled out its red carpet for some of the biggest names in Indian cinema.
BC coal mine's temp workers 'exacerbate' concerns over Chinese investment: gov't memo

BC coal mine's temp workers 'exacerbate' concerns over Chinese investment: gov't memo

VANCOUVER - An internal federal review of a decision to grant permits to a Chinese company to bring temporary foreign workers from China for its British Columbia coal mine found the company met or exceeded all requirements.
Flames motivated by lopsided loss to Oilers; pride at stake as season winds down

Flames motivated by lopsided loss to Oilers; pride at stake as season winds down

VANCOUVER - An embarrassing loss to the rival Edmonton Oilers was a wake-up call to the reeling Calgary Flames.
Canadians and Danes try to relax before 3-4 playoff game at men's curling worlds

Canadians and Danes try to relax before 3-4 playoff game at men's curling worlds

VICTORIA - Brad Jacobs did not have time to smell the cherry blossoms, go whale watching or visit some of Victoria's other scenic sites Friday.
Weapons of mass deception startle some residents on Vancouver Island

Weapons of mass deception startle some residents on Vancouver Island

NANAIMO, B.C. - Relax folks: those "loaded" U.S. nuclear missiles being shipped around Vancouver Island by train aren't real and are just movie props.
Whitecaps look to put road woes behind them in game against Earthquakes

Whitecaps look to put road woes behind them in game against Earthquakes

VANCOUVER - Vancouver Whitecaps head coach Martin Rennie has ruled out making big changes to reinvigorate a team that lost its past two matches, claiming his side is on the right path to improvement.