Former B.C. Lottery Boss Repays $55,000

Former B.C. Lottery Boss Repays $55,000

The Canadian Press  08.22.2014
VICTORIA – The former boss of the B.C. Lottery Corporation has paid back $55,000 collected while he was found to be in a conflict of...
Controversial Coal-Shipping Facility Approved For Surrey

Controversial Coal-Shipping Facility Approved For Surrey

The Canadian Press  08.21.2014
VANCOUVER - Port Metro Vancouver approved Thursday construction of a controversial coal-shipping facility on the Fraser River, over concerns...
Lululemon Flagship Store Is 'Dream Come True'

Lululemon Flagship Store Is 'Dream Come True'

08.20.2014
Lululemon's gorgeous new flagship store on a high-profile corner of downtown Vancouver is a "dream come true," says Chip Wilson, founder...
Aritzia's Warehouse Sale Is Almost Here!

Aritzia's Warehouse Sale Is Almost Here!

08.20.2014
For Vancouver fashion lovers, this is better than Christmas. It's time for the annual Aritzia warehouse sale, meaning you'll have access...
B.C. Mine Spill Prompts Nuclear Watchdog To Seek Safety Checks

B.C. Mine Spill Prompts Nuclear Watchdog To Seek Safety Checks

Dene Moore, The Canadian Press  08.19.2014
VANCOUVER - A toxic spill from a British Columbia mine has prompted the country's nuclear watchdog to request a series of checks at uranium...
Secret Behind Success Of Vancouver EDM Record Label

Secret Behind Success Of Vancouver EDM Record Label

Sara Harowitz  08.19.2014
In an industry where artists often face lawsuits for sampling or remixing another musician's work, one Vancouver record label isn't condoning...
What Is It With B.C. Government And Expensive, Poorly Managed Computer Projects?

What Is It With B.C. Government And Expensive, Poorly Managed Computer Projects?

08.15.2014
Taxpayers deserve to know why these projects are going over budget, why they are failing, and precisely what government plans to do about...
Water Ban Near Mine Spill Mostly Lifted

Water Ban Near Mine Spill Mostly Lifted

The Canadian Press  08.12.2014
LIKELY, B.C. - A drinking water ban that followed a mine tailings spill in British Columbia was mostly lifted Tuesday and fish from the...
Beware Hasty, Unwise Policy Decisions After Mount Polley

Beware Hasty, Unwise Policy Decisions After Mount Polley

08.12.2014
It's one thing to seek to learn from a disaster and it's another thing to incite emotional responses to promote hasty, unwise public policy...
The Alberta Billionaire, A B.C. Mine And Clark's Liberals

The Alberta Billionaire, A B.C. Mine And Clark's Liberals

08.12.2014
Nearly half of Imperial Metal's donations were made after Christy Clark was sworn in as premier, while $45,720 of Mount Polley's donations...
'We Can Drink Bottled Water, But The Fish Can't Move Away From This'

'We Can Drink Bottled Water, But The Fish Can't Move Away From This'

The Canadian Press  08.11.2014
LIKELY, B.C. - First Nations health officials are preparing to test salmon near the site of a massive mine tailing spill in British Columbia...
$17,000 Driving Tour Of Beautiful B.C.

$17,000 Driving Tour Of Beautiful B.C.

08.11.2014
The closest most of us get to expensive luxury cars is at trade shows (or maybe if you attend UBC, the University of Beautiful Cars)...
B.C. Mine Spill Aftermath Could Cost $200 Million

B.C. Mine Spill Aftermath Could Cost $200 Million

08.11.2014
As the water use ban is partially lifted for the B.C. Cariboo region hit by a tailings pond spill from a gold and copper mine, the focus...
Japanese Tsunami Boat Finds New Life In Great Bear Rainforest

Japanese Tsunami Boat Finds New Life In Great Bear Rainforest

Steven Chua, The Canadian Press  08.11.2014
KLEMTU, B.C. - A Japanese fishing vessel believed to be cast adrift in the 2011 tsunami disaster will soon find a new life as a tour boat...