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Third lawsuit filed related to Port Mann - slush bomb' incident
A third lawsuit has been filed related to the slush bomb incident on the Port Mann Bridge in 2012.
Fri Aug 29, 2014
Langley Looking Back... 1964: North Langley areas flood
Eighty Years Ago August 30, 1934 The Wade Mill at Port Kells was destroyed in a $20,000 fire.
Bus crash update
Interior Health has announced that seven people are now listed in critical condition following Thursday afternoon's tour bus crash south of Merritt.
Crowd-funding campaign has been set up for 9-11 heroes
Howard Blank, Canadian event chair for the 9-11 Memorial Ride, has helped organize a crowdfunding campaign to fly five first responders who were at Ground Zero in 2001 to Vancouver for the Sept.
Thu Aug 28, 2014
New West police searching for man who held up taxi driver at knifepoint
Police say that on July 27 around 4 a.m., a driver picked up a man who asked to go to a location in New Westminster.
Wed Aug 27, 2014
Maple Ridge Pitt Meadows Times
Seaplane dock, marina floated for Port Haney
Phase one of a waterfront development with float plane docks and a marina in Port Haney is inching closer to reality.
Lake Cowichan Gazette
Your History: Maillardville and money
This copper sculpture above is now in the possession of the Coquitlam Heritage Society.
Burnaby News Leader
Immigrant Canadians stuck in catch-22 when ID lost
Immigrant Canadians will want to hold onto their wallet-sized Canadian citizenship cards for dear life.
Tue Aug 26, 2014
CKNW News Talk 980
Minister, union head to meet Wednesday in teachers' dispute
The province confirms Education Minister Peter Fassbender, government negotiator Peter Cameron and BC Teachers Federation Jim Iker will meet tomorrow at the legislature in Victoria.
There's a new beach in B.C. - but you can't go in the water
Melissa Fiorucci enjoys the new beach at New Westminster, B.C., even though she cannot swim in the water.
Burnaby mayor rails against coal transfer facility
On Monday, Burnaby Mayor Derek Corrigan expressed his disappointment with Port Metro Vancouver's decision to allow Surrey Fraser Docks to operate a coal transfer facility that will see more coal trains run through cities in the Lower Mainland.
Journal of Commerce
Making a Mall in New Westminster
The Royal City Centre Mall in New Westminster, B.C. is adding 1,000 square feet and two storeys to the mall, with construction of the entrance atrium underway.
Mon Aug 25, 2014
Vancouver filmmaker completes 24-hour "coconut marathon walk" to fund slasher flick
Some of television's biggest celebrities arrive at the Nokia Theatre in Los Angeles for the 66th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards on August 25, 2014 in Los Angeles.
Lake Cowichan Gazette
Cathedral plaque honours internees
A plaque recognizing the 100th anniversary of the First World War injustice inflicted upon Ukrainians in Canada was unveiled during a ceremony at a New Westminster church Friday.
Sun Aug 24, 2014
Simulated universe to spur galactic consciousness
Matt Mazur sits for a photograph with a projection from his "Multiverse" universe simulator at his home in Vancouver, B.C., on Thursday August 21, 2014.
Fri Aug 22, 2014
B.C. teachers' strike: parents of special needs kids facing huge bill
Anne Belanger says if the daycare funding for parents with special needs children doesn't get sorted out soon, she doesn't know what she's going to do.
The Globe and Mail
What makes this Shannon Heth's favourite room
Alberta-born Shannon Heth has only lived in her East Vancouver home since the spring.
Terrorist acts in the 1950s
The Okanagan Valley has seen its fair share of crime over the years, but one of the more violent chapters in its history was in the late 1950s.
Thu Aug 21, 2014
New Westminster Newsleader
New Westminster 'not surprised' about coal terminal approval
The granting of a permit to allow Fraser Surrey Docks to transfer coal isn't a surprise to some of the proposal's opponents in New Westminster.
Cops bust problem home in Burnaby
Seized: Police from Burnaby and New Westminster seized a considerable cache of items from a home on Sixth Street Aug. 14, including knives, a stun gun, several coin collections, and 10 swords.