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"It works, and it works well,'' according to a B.C. biochemist.
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Asiatic raccoons are also known as "raccoon dogs."
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"Canada was very experienced in the disposal and acquisition of land, including reserve land. It ought to have known and taken this very ordinary precaution."
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The procedure, while succesful, didn't come cheap.
The bottle was the only one to be sold in Canada.
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In 2012, B.C. farmers grew over 94 million pounds of cranberries.
The minister responsible didn't respond to questions about how the money was lost.
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The brewery is located in the Vancouver-East riding, which has been represented by NDP MP Libby Davis since 1997.
A Beijing-based private equity manager who bought a $2.3-million home in the hot Vancouver real estate market said he did that while earning just $19,000 a year. He also wired nearly $2-million to his...
First Nations, environmental groups and a union are asking the court to quash the decision.
Sea otters, harp seals, and bald eagles would be your neighbours.
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Eight aboriginal bands, as well as four environmental groups and one labour union, filed the challenges to overturn the federal government's approval.
Commentators immediately took to Twitter to react with comments ranging from "Elegant" to "Ugly."
We need to move towards a society where oil products are not used for power or fuel. Until that day comes, we need these products and the safest, most environmentally responsible way to get them to us over land is via pipelines.
The current ferry trip is 45 kilometres.
B.C.'s projected surplus has dipped $7 million from last February's forecast, but the province is still on target to post a $277 million surplus by the end of the year.
They fear possible diseases bred in fish within the open nets could be passed to clam beds or wild salmon travelling to and from nearby spawning rivers.
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Is it getting hot in here? ...
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Progress Energy paused its operations after the earthquake.
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That makes it one of the world's largest earthquakes ever triggered by the controversial process.
Members of the Lax Kw'alaams band are setting up tents on Lelu Island to protest the project.
I wish the Malahat First Nation luck in developing economic capacity in their community, but I will not support LNG in the Saanich Inlet. Furthermore, I do not support the "sellout" of British Columbia by the B.C. Liberals or inability of the B.C. NDP to take a clear position as they search for whatever position appears to be politically popular.
"With this in mind, the panel has decided on its own volition to strike from the hearing record all evidence prepared by or the under the direction of Mr. Kelly."
There's no mention of being Vancouver-based or Canadian-designed on the label.
Anyone who tells you that we don't need the new power from a project like the Site C dam doesn't understand British Columbia's energy picture.
If you were ever thinking about growing and selling marijuana, Kwantlan Polytechnic University in British Columbia may have the course for you.
To put it in a local context: the B.C. government is providing unprecedented tax breaks to what is effectively a foreign Crown corporation, where the prime minister is suspected of siphoning off US$700 million from one of its other Crown corporations to his personal bank accounts. Doesn't inspire confidence.
Thirty-five commenters and interveners sent a letter to the board Wednesday announcing their immediate withdrawal.
An old Vancouver remand centre has been turned into nearly 100 affordable housing units.
The 36-year police veteran retired this spring after just over seven years as Vancouver's first non-white chief constable.
"I didn't have so much advertising (and now) maybe in some way too good."