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‘Time is now to make our voices heard again,’ Tsleil-Waututh Sacred Trust says of TMX pipeline

‘Time is now to make our voices heard again,’ Tsleil-Waututh Sacred Trust says of TMX pipeline

The Tsleil-Waututh Sacred Trust will hold a rally at the Vancouver Art Gallery this Saturday (April 9) to pressure the government to stop the Trans Mountain Pipeline expansion project.
Metro Vancouver mayors ask province for more funding for affordable housing

Metro Vancouver mayors ask province for more funding for affordable housing

VANCOUVER — Metro Vancouver mayors are asking the provincial government for more support to provide affordable housing in the region.
B.C. makes changes to allow a single-step process for workers to unionize

B.C. makes changes to allow a single-step process for workers to unionize

VICTORIA — The British Columbia government is making changes to the Labour Relations Code to allow a single-step process to certify a union when a majority of workers want to unionize.
British Columbia reports 329 people in hospital with COVID-19

British Columbia reports 329 people in hospital with COVID-19

VICTORIA — British Columbia's Health Ministry says the number of people in hospital with COVID-19 has dropped by five patients to 329. The ministry says 37 of those patients were in intensive care.
Extradition hearing for retired Mexican general set for January

Extradition hearing for retired Mexican general set for January

Eduardo Trauwitz is wanted in Mexico for allegedly facilitating the theft of at least 1.87 billion litres of hydrocarbon
Pilot killed in helicopter crash in remote area of Vancouver Island

Pilot killed in helicopter crash in remote area of Vancouver Island

SAYWARD, B.C. — RCMP say the pilot of a helicopter that crashed in a remote area on northeast Vancouver Island has been killed.
Meet Olivia McCarter, the 20-year-old genetic genealogist who got the Babes in the Woods case

Meet Olivia McCarter, the 20-year-old genetic genealogist who got the Babes in the Woods case

She's the youngest person to run a law enforcement unit and took a special interest in the decades-old Vancouver cold case
Province seeking public input on cannabis consumption spaces

Province seeking public input on cannabis consumption spaces

"Cannabis consumption space" provides cannabis for on-site sale and use at spaces which could include cafes, lounges, concerts or festivals, ticketed or even spas.
RCMP say man in mental health crisis allegedly stabs and injures B.C. officer

RCMP say man in mental health crisis allegedly stabs and injures B.C. officer

KEREMEOS, B.C. — The Mounties say an officer is recovering from a stab wound after trying to make an arrest in Keremeos, B.C.
Final sentence handed down in South Delta drug investigation

Final sentence handed down in South Delta drug investigation

Police investigation dubbed Project Green Planet started in 2017
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