Small B.C. Chamber Takes Stand Against Pipeline

Small B.C. Chamber Takes Stand Against Pipeline

Keven Drews, The Canadian Press  12.29.2013
VANCOUVER - As far as business groups go, the Tofino-Long Beach Chamber of Commerce isn't the biggest or most powerful organization in...
Laneway Housing A Hit With Homeowners

Laneway Housing A Hit With Homeowners

12.29.2013
Laneway housing continues to be a popular option among Vancouver homeowners, as the city issued a similar number of permits for the rental...
WATCH: BC Place's Sound Wave Lights

WATCH: BC Place's Sound Wave Lights

12.27.2013
Tonight marks the second and final night of Vancouver's popular Contact Winter Music Festival. The annual Blueprint Events electronic...
B.C. Google Science Fair Winner Had A BIG Year

B.C. Google Science Fair Winner Had A BIG Year

Diana Mehta, The Canadian Press  12.27.2013
Ann Makosinski is becoming a master of managing her time.After taking the top prize in her age group at Google's annual science fair, the...
Questions Linger About Encana Bombings - The Globe And Mail

Questions Linger About Encana Bombings - The Globe And Mail

12.27.2013
The B.C. energy project that made national news five years ago wasn’t an oil operation proposed by Enbridge or Kinder Morgan – it was...
TransLink Border Tax Should Be Deported

TransLink Border Tax Should Be Deported

12.26.2013
In a year where TransLink apologists seemed to throw every possible tax grab -- sales tax hikes, vehicle levies, road pricing, carbon tax...
Smoke Bomb At Apple Store

Smoke Bomb At Apple Store

12.26.2013
A smoke bomb appears to have gone off at the Apple store in Coquitlam Centre shopping mall, forcing Boxing Day shoppers to evacuate. No...
Kitimat Chief Organizing Employment Summit

Kitimat Chief Organizing Employment Summit

Dirk Meissner, The Canadian Press  12.26.2013
VICTORIA - A decade ago, Kitamaat Village in northwest British Columbia was broke as residents of the First Nations community faced non-existent...
Deal Reached In Club Lockout

Deal Reached In Club Lockout

The Canadian Press  12.25.2013
NORTH VANCOUVER, B.C. - A lockout at a private sports club in North Vancouver has ended more than seven months after it began.Sixteen members...
Do We Know The Truth About Pot?

Do We Know The Truth About Pot?

James Keller, The Canadian Press  12.25.2013
VANCOUVER - As it turns out, Nov. 6, 2012, was a big day for marijuana laws.Voters in Colorado and Washington state approved initiatives...
Restaurant Worker Shot In The Face

Restaurant Worker Shot In The Face

12.24.2013
A Vancouver restaurant worker was shot in the face after an attempted robbery at a Cambie street restaurant Monday night. The worker...
Free Christmas Meals In Burnaby

Free Christmas Meals In Burnaby

12.24.2013
A Burnaby restaurant is shutting down normal operations this Christmas Eve to serve its famous Italian food to those in need. Starting...
LOOK: Victoria Micro-Condos Nearly Sold Out

LOOK: Victoria Micro-Condos Nearly Sold Out

12.24.2013
Victoria's Janion Hotel micro-condo project has only a few units left to sell as construction is set to begin next month. Reliance Properties...
Does Ottawa Have Lawsuits On Its Hands?

Does Ottawa Have Lawsuits On Its Hands?

12.24.2013
Within three hours of the Joint Review Panel’s announcement giving conditional approval for the proposed Northern Gateway pipeline, the...