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Wednesday - 17th October, 2018
Kamloops makes cannabis history
KAMLOOPS So it begins. Recreational pot is legal in Canada and B.C.’s lone government-sanctioned s...
Tuesday - 16th October, 2018
Dispensaries urged to lay low until legal marijuana licences rolled out
Private businesses that hope to get new government licences to sell marijuana would be well advised ...
Monday - 15th October, 2018
HPV concerns ill-conceived, new study finds
B.C. public health experts say they now have evidence to refute concerns of people who worried the H...
Saturday - 13th October, 2018
Mounties bring library to task over racy novel
October 13th, 1961, fell on a Friday. And it was definitely unlucky for Vancouver fans of writer Hen...
Friday - 12th October, 2018
This summer, Jesse Kirkpatrick and Jackie Myerion were evicted from their basement apartment and for...
Thursday - 11th October, 2018
B.C. facing natural gas shortage, pain at pump after pipeline rupture
British Columbians should brace for a possible loss of natural gas service and soaring gasoline pric...
Wednesday - 10th October, 2018
WELCOME HOME, EH
Nathaline Tayde plays with grandfather Chris Sotana on Tuesday during a Citizenship Week ceremony in...
Tuesday - 9th October, 2018
Whistler struggles to build homes for town’s workers
WHISTLER As Whistler’s mayor for more than seven years, Nancy Wilhelm-Morden has always been aware...
Saturday - 6th October, 2018
Car 13 makes historic run from Royal City
It was a historic day for New Westminster and Vancouver. On Thursday, Oct. 6, 1891, Car 13 ...
Friday - 5th October, 2018
LNG adds to environmental burden
VICTORIA Hundreds of thousands of British Columbians will need to switch to electric heat, install e...
Thursday - 4th October, 2018
Horgan pondering ways to tip-toe past LNG vote
VICTORIA Premier John Horgan says his government is mulling ways to implement all of the taxes and r...
Wednesday - 3rd October, 2018
HEAT IS ON OVER B.C.’S LNG DECISION
Residents in this coastal town shrugged off on Tuesday environmental concerns over LNG Canada’s of...
Tuesday - 2nd October, 2018
Kitimat prepares for LNG upheaval
Residents of the small coastal B.C. town of Kitimat are contemplating the future of their northern c...
Monday - 1st October, 2018
PONY UP, BROTHER
Twin jockeys Learie and Lenny Seecharan from Trinidad have had a hard time reining in their exciteme...
Saturday - 29th September, 2018
Boxing fans enthralled, enraged by commotion of The Long Count
Baseball immortal Babe Ruth hit his record 60th home run on Sept. 30, 1927. But Vancouver sports pag...
Friday - 28th September, 2018
COURT RULING DELAY MAY LEAD TO PRIVATE SURGERY CANCELLATIONS
Private surgeries in B.C. are being cancelled starting on Monday and hundreds of patients may be for...
Thursday - 27th September, 2018
SO MUCH MORE THAN BOOKS
Renovations at the Central Library on West Georgia have created a rooftop garden, new community gath...
Wednesday - 26th September, 2018
Indigenous achievement hallmark of sports exhibit
In 1898, William Good travelled to San Francisco to compete in a 440-yard race. Legend has it that h...
Tuesday - 25th September, 2018
MRI wait times get shot in the arm
The B.C. government is buying two privately owned MRI clinics in the Fraser Valley in a bid to expan...
Monday - 24th September, 2018
Late UBC scientist ‘changed the world’ with prized discovery
The late Nobel Prize-winner Michael Smith was a good, but not spectacular student who narrowly misse...
Saturday - 22nd September, 2018
Dad of 7 slain in row over mortgage
In 1914 Angelo Teti had a mortgage on a rooming house at 1374 Graveley St. But the owner fell behind...
Friday - 21st September, 2018
INSPIRING ADVOCATE GIVES THANKS FOR LAST 50 YEARS
He’s been paralyzed from the neck down for 50 years and that makes Walt Lawrence either the longes...
Thursday - 20th September, 2018
B.C. pumps brakes on speed traps
VICTORIA B.C.’s solicitor general has delayed the rollout of intersection speeding cameras so the ...
Wednesday - 19th September, 2018
Mayoral candidate Young misses distracted-driving court date
A Vancouver mayoral candidate who has vowed to crack down on “lawless” cyclists and pedestrians ...
Tuesday - 18th September, 2018
DOCTOR’S CASE SEES LIGHT OF DAY
Denounced by many as the Great Satan of Medicare, Dr. Brian Day is finally getting his day in court ...
Monday - 17th September, 2018
BREMNER MYSTERY ADDS SUSPENSE TO AN ELECTION RIFE WITH DRAMA
It’s only just begun, but the election follies are well underway in the municipal campaigns across...
Saturday - 15th September, 2018
Like most metropolitan areas around the world, Metro Vancouver works to accommodate tens of thousand...
Friday - 14th September, 2018
Canucks’ Stecher looking to pass love of books on to rookie readers
Vancouver Canucks defenceman Troy Stecher credits his parents’ love of reading for his daily readi...
Thursday - 13th September, 2018
Exhausted nurses seeking relief
Nearly three dozen registered nurses have left the St. Paul’s Hospital emergency department in the...
Wednesday - 12th September, 2018
B.C. cities blowing through cash at ‘unsustainable’ rate
Less than six weeks before municipal elections, a new report is criticizing B.C.’s cities and town...
Tuesday - 11th September, 2018
Police make break in Shen slaying
The man arrested and charged with the 2017 homicide of Burnaby teen Marrisa Shen arrived in Canada a...
Monday - 10th September, 2018
Portugal’s ultimate goal is setting drug users on the path to recovery
In the 1990s, Portugal averaged 360 drug overdose deaths a year in a country of 10 million. Today, i...
Saturday - 8th September, 2018
LESSONS FROM PORTUGAL
How a radical approach to an addiction crisis, from free treatment to decriminalization of drugs for...
Friday - 7th September, 2018
New app delivers mobile health care
Telus Health is offering B.C. residents the first opportunity in Canada to use a free smartphone app...
Thursday - 6th September, 2018
Surrey LRT set to put down tracks
TransLink has begun its search for a contractor to build the $1.65-billion light rail line that’s ...
Wednesday - 5th September, 2018
GEARED UP FOR SAFETY
Kids arrive for the first day of school on Tuesday at Shaughnessy Elementary School. Vancouver polic...
Tuesday - 4th September, 2018
North Vancouver woman feels alive chasing storms
If there’s a hurricane barrelling toward Florida, most people cancel their travel plans. ...
Saturday - 1st September, 2018
Danielle Connelly, with 12-yeAr-old son Evan in front of A portable classroom At Glenbrook Middle sc...
Friday - 31st August, 2018
COURT PLUGS UP PIPELINE PROJECT
As First Nations and environmentalists celebrated Thursday’s Federal Court of Appeal decision to q...
Thursday - 30th August, 2018
Nearly one in five workers digging the ‘gig economy’
Whenever Kirsten Starcher wonders whether being self-employed is worth the hassle, she recalls long ...
Wednesday - 29th August, 2018
Dairy market erosion could trigger a wave of B.C. farm consolidation
As successive trade deals offer foreign dairy products more access to Canadian consumers, B.C.’s s...
Tuesday - 28th August, 2018
Kyle Losse, the 14-year old Tsawwassen baseball player who wore No. 14 and was taken off life suppor...
Monday - 27th August, 2018
RISING FEARS OVER FUTURE OF BAKERY
The northwest corner of 33rd Avenue and Mackenzie Street on Vancouver’s west side has tongues wagg...
Saturday - 25th August, 2018
Newly born Lions hit gridiron to face powerful Bombers
The weekend of Aug. 28-29, 1954 was crazy busy in Vancouver. One hundred and thirteen thous...
Friday - 24th August, 2018
‘Grocerants’ on rise in supermarket wars
Cooks at T&T Supermarket’s first seafood bar in Vancouver stand ready to prepare spot praw...
Thursday - 23rd August, 2018
Residents in hot zones defy evacuation orders
The frustration level is rising for residents who have so far refused to evacuate a wildfire zone in...
Wednesday - 22nd August, 2018
Fire threatens farmers’ livelihoods
Ash falling from the sky covered the front of Sam Dueck’s car as it sat parked on the road while h...
Tuesday - 21st August, 2018
Air-quality advisory longest on record
A massive surge in visits to doctors and in prescriptions to treat lung ailments has been linked to ...
Monday - 20th August, 2018
Doctors divided over pot as legalization draws near
Canadian doctors remain divided about whether recreational cannabis should be legalized, with those ...
Saturday - 18th August, 2018
SIX LUBRICATED MEN ‘SHANGHAIED’ TO CHILE
Getting drunk could be dangerous in Vancouver’s early days. When you sobered up, you sometimes fou...
Friday - 17th August, 2018
Burnaby dismantles Camp Cloud
With construction on the $9.3-billion Trans Mountain Pipeline expansion expected to ramp up soon, RC...
Thursday - 16th August, 2018
Court injunctions in pipeline protest giving the rule of law a black eye
Once again, with the regularity of clockwork it seems, the B.C. Supreme Court is back at the old gam...
Wednesday - 15th August, 2018
Macdonald sculptor enters statue debate
Thirty-seven years ago, Montreal sculptor John Dann was commissioned to do a statue of Sir John A. M...
Tuesday - 14th August, 2018
Camp Cloud protesters won’t douse sacred fire
Occupants of Camp Cloud, the longtime anti-pipeline protest encampment in Burnaby, say they will con...
Monday - 13th August, 2018
A year later, Horgan the star of NDP team
The skills and weaknesses of Premier John Horgan’s cabinet are coming into sharper focus now that ...
Saturday - 11th August, 2018
WAR OF THE WORDS
Thompson rivers university economist derek pyne is arguably the institution’s most famous academic...
Friday - 10th August, 2018
Taking on the ‘G-monster’ at 11,000-feet plus with the U.S. Navy Blue Angels
It’s 2 p.m., and Lt. Andre Webb of the elite U.S. Navy Blue Angels aerobatic team taxis his F/A-18...
Thursday - 9th August, 2018
Liberal donor ordered to pay millions
The B.C. Securities Commission has levied millions of dollars in penalties against a high-profile bu...
Wednesday - 8th August, 2018
My unexpected seven-hour chat with the premier of B.C.
John Horgan looked up at me. I looked down at him. And I suspect we both muttered “damn” under o...
Tuesday - 7th August, 2018
Trouble in paradise
SALT SPRING ISLAND Judith Wells, 71, stands in front of her ruby red Chevrolet and points to a thin ...
Saturday - 4th August, 2018
THE ONLY B.C. PREMIER WITH FOUR NAMES DIES
British Columbia has had three premiers who died in office. Oddly, they all died in a five-year peri...
Friday - 3rd August, 2018
Telus jumps into business of health-care clinics
Telus Health is plunging into the business of elite medical clinics, spending just over $100 million...
Thursday - 2nd August, 2018
City heads to court to get repairs to fire-damaged Shaughnessy mansion
The City of Vancouver has asked the B.C. Supreme Court to order repairs to a fire-damaged $14-millio...
Wednesday - 1st August, 2018
Abbotsford family transitions to land after three-year adventure at sea
The ad says “sailboat for sale,” but what’s really being offered is adventure. After ...
Tuesday - 31st July, 2018
Fire danger has officials on high alert
As the fire danger edges towards the extreme this summer, officials across Metro Vancouver are worki...
Monday - 30th July, 2018
SHOULD TEENS HAVE A SAY IN THEIR PARENTS’ DIVORCE?
Kids say the darndest things, but judges don’t always listen, even when out of the mouths of babes...
Saturday - 28th July, 2018
B.C. LABOUR LEADER GOODWIN SHOT DEAD
One hundred years ago, a policeman shot and killed labour leader Ginger Goodwin in the woods near Cu...
Friday - 27th July, 2018
Wage hikes to boost bridge tab by $100M
VICTORIA Union workers on the $1.4-billion Pattullo Bridge replacement project will get a guaranteed...
Thursday - 26th July, 2018
Border puts ‘chill’ on pot industry
Cannabis is legal in Washington, Oregon and California, but Canadian business people are finding out...
Wednesday - 25th July, 2018
IT’S TIME FOR B.C. TO START FACING THE MOUNTING COST OF ADDICTIONS
It would be terrible enough if Canada’s and British Columbia’s only addiction problem were peopl...
Tuesday - 24th July, 2018
BEATING THE HEAT
Swimmers enjoy an outdoor pool on Pacific Boulevard during near-record-breaking temperatures on Mond...
Monday - 23rd July, 2018
FoodMesh channels edibles away from dump
Nobody likes to waste time, no one wants to waste away, but when it comes to food we waste $31-billi...
Saturday - 21st July, 2018
NAZIS KILL AUSTRIA’S DICTATOR
Austria had a fascist leader in 1934. But he wasn’t a Nazi like Adolf Hitler, he was more in line ...
Friday - 20th July, 2018
Hells Angels still growing after 35 years in B.C.
As the Hells Angels mark their 35th anniversary with a party in Nanaimo this weekend, police say the...
Thursday - 19th July, 2018
Drug report says programs lacking for long-term recovery of addicts
Through all the harm-reduction and outreach services that kept Josh McDearmid alive during three gri...
Wednesday - 18th July, 2018
B.C. medical experts are calling for a concerted effort to improve hospital readmission rates, in th...
Tuesday - 17th July, 2018
Billions of dollars in B.C. projects to be handled by union-only labour
VICTORIA Billions of dollars of provincial government projects, starting with Metro Vancouver’s Pa...
Monday - 16th July, 2018
False Creek East is still unsafe for swimming
Pollution levels at the east end of False Creek are almost quadruple safe levels, a year after Vanco...
Saturday - 14th July, 2018
GREER’S BEACH GETS A NEW NAME
Greer’s Beach was a popular camping spot in early Vancouver. But the name probably irked the Canad...
Friday - 13th July, 2018
Putting faces to the millions who desperately need help
There are 68.5 million people in the world seeking safety and shelter after being forcibly displaced...
Thursday - 12th July, 2018
Croatia club erupts in joy as fans of England weep
Elation, frustration, desperation, elimination. England fans rode a helter skelter of emoti...
Wednesday - 11th July, 2018
Free Underwear Giveaway*
INDOCHINO Made to Measure has teamed up with SAXX Underwear to bring you the ultimate in-style packa...
Tuesday - 10th July, 2018
Avid golfer was a gunner during Second World War
Jim Watts takes three practice swings, then hits the golf ball crisply, pausing only a moment to wat...
Monday - 9th July, 2018
RISKY RESCUE BEGINS
Onlookers watch and cheer as ambulances deliver four boys rescued from a cave in northern Thailand t...
Saturday - 7th July, 2018
‘WE NEED HELP’
Nicole DeSousA, whose son Christian has been battling drug addiction for eight years, is one of many...
Friday - 6th July, 2018
High costs, lack of servers send diners to the counter
New restaurants are increasingly turning to counter-service concepts as a way to cope with the doubl...
Thursday - 5th July, 2018
Three video bloggers dead after accident at Shannon Falls
Members of a popular YouTube travel blogging collective are among the three people who died after be...
Wednesday - 4th July, 2018
First Nations want in on pipeline
First Nations from B.C. and Alberta are expected to meet later this month in Vancouver to discuss th...
Tuesday - 3rd July, 2018
Books boost an already stellar career
For decades, the long-accepted number of babies delivered by Dr. Madeline Chung has stood at an asto...
Saturday - 30th June, 2018
CITY TURNS THE BIG 5-0
Vancouver turned 50 years old in 1936, so the city decided to throw a big party from July 1 to Sept....
Friday - 29th June, 2018
GROUP AIMS TO STOP REFERENDUM
The B.C. Supreme Court has been asked to stop the provincial referendum on proportional representati...
Thursday - 28th June, 2018
B.C. declares war on dirty money
The B.C. government has pledged sweeping oversight reforms of the casino industry as recommended by ...
Wednesday - 27th June, 2018
Sockeye anglers could be reeled in
Fishermen who have been waiting four years to harvest the famous Adams River sockeye run on the Fras...
Tuesday - 26th June, 2018
Huge North Van project has critics
One of the largest development proposals in the history of the North Shore was headed to district co...
Monday - 25th June, 2018
‘Critical’ shortage of care workers
When Health Minister Adrian Dix announced a $240-million cash infusion last February to hire care wo...
Saturday - 23rd June, 2018
FIRST WORLD WAR VET POISONED AT ‘JAZZ’ PARTY
One of the saddest things to ever run in Vancouver newspapers was the daily casualty lists that were...
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