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The proponents of a proposed large-scale, mixed-use development on the Harbourside waterfront still have a few more hoops to jump through, but are essentially on the path to a public hearing next year.
Two environmental groups that dropped wooden drift cards to model the flow of oil from a spill in Vancouver Harbour say the initial results demonstrate how quickly local beaches could be fouled.
A British Columbia man who spent five years in a Thai prison for sexually abusing children after an image of his digitally obscured face was reconstructed is facing new allegations that he has viewed child pornography since returning to Canada.
West Vancouver municipal staff cut and trim shrubs and trees away from the Marine Drive entrance to Memorial Park in West Vancouver.
Rogers' application to build three 36-metre cell towers in West Vancouver died in council chambers Monday, but the power of resurrection still rests with the federal government.
Paragon's John Cahill speaks to the city's development permit board as Vancouver, Not Vegas coalition members Ian Pitfield and Sandy Garossino listen.
Thirsty for some holiday cheer? Time to break out the BublA©. Canada's go-to crooner, Michael BublA©, is back with his brand of festive television delights.
Black Press is pleased to have participated in 2013's 'Coats for Kids' campaign , benefitting the Lower Mainland Christmas Bureau .
On Monday, Kinder Morgan Canada formally applied to the National Energy Board for permission to triple the capacity of its Trans-Mountain oil pipeline from Edmonton to the Pacific Coast and expand export capacity at its Westridge Marine Terminal in Burnaby, B.C. We'll spare you the details of the 15,000-page filing.
I have been laying serious groundwork with this girl in my building. I am talking about a few weeks worth.
"We had a fire at the facility a short while back and we have put some extra security on as a measure to prevent another fire being set," said Burnaby school district secretary-treasurer Greg Frank by email of the site on Meadow Avenue.
Spokeswoman Janet Hassell said the Be a Santa to a Senior group has 800 presents wrapped and ready to be delivered to B.C. seniors.
Madeline Merlo was the first performer to take the stage at the Langley Events Centre for the JRfm Basics for Babies fundraising day Dec. 15. Photograph by: Heather Colpitts/Langley Advance Madeline Merlo was the first performer to take the stage at the Langley Events Centre for the JRfm Basics for Babies fundraising day Dec. 15. The annual JRfm ... (more)