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David Booth's absence leaves another big hole on Vancouver's second line

David Booth's absence leaves another big hole on Vancouver's second line

VANCOUVER - The Vancouver Canucks have another hole to fill on their second line. David Booth, who has yet to take part in training camp, will be lost for a month to six weeks with a groin strain.
Article about abuse on former Olympic boss fair comment: newspaper

Article about abuse on former Olympic boss fair comment: newspaper

VANCOUVER - A weekly newspaper that published allegations that former Olympic CEO John Furlong physically and emotionally abused students at a Catholic school in northern British Columbia four decades ago denies the article was defamatory.
Hundreds turn out for South Surrey casino hearing

Hundreds turn out for South Surrey casino hearing

The show will go on. Hundreds of speakers came out to Surrey City Hall Monday night to voice their position on a controversial casino complex proposed for South Surrey in a public hearing that will continue later this week.
Journeyman forward looks for more minutes on Vancouver's second line

Journeyman forward looks for more minutes on Vancouver's second line

VANCOUVER - Andrew Ebbett can relate to Ryan Kesler's plight as he attempts to take over his job temporarily.
B.C. judge declares human smuggling law too broad, putting Tamil cases in limbo

B.C. judge declares human smuggling law too broad, putting Tamil cases in limbo

VANCOUVER - A British Columbia Supreme Court judge has taken the bluster out of the Conservative's campaign against illegal migrants by striking down a section of the law targeting human smuggling, putting at least two high-profile prosecutions in li
B.C. Liberals won't let MLA John Slater run in May election

B.C. Liberals won't let MLA John Slater run in May election

VICTORIA - The B.C. Liberal Party says personal issues it will not discuss are behind the decision to reject Liberal backbencher John Slater's re-election bid in the May election.
First Nations appointments to Pacific Salmon Commission not renewed

First Nations appointments to Pacific Salmon Commission not renewed

VANCOUVER - The federal government has allowed the only two First Nations appointments to a Canada-U.S. commission that manages Pacific salmon to lapse, prompting aboriginal fishermen to accuse Ottawa of shutting them out.
Liberal MLA John Slater quits caucus and will sit as an independent

Liberal MLA John Slater quits caucus and will sit as an independent

Boundary Similkameen MLA John Slater resigned from the B.C. Liberal caucus today to sit as an independent. Slater, who is in his first term as an MLA, said he has stepped down because the party refused to nominate him for the election in 2013.
No-Pants Subway Ride has legs in Vancouver

No-Pants Subway Ride has legs in Vancouver

VANCOUVER — The no-fun city became the no-pants city Sunday as hundreds of participants stripped for a ride on Vancouver’s SkyTrain.
Goaltender Schneider has worked long and hard to become No. 1 with Canucks

Goaltender Schneider has worked long and hard to become No. 1 with Canucks

VANCOUVER - Cory Schneider has waited much longer than a 113-day lockout for this chance.