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Residents raised concerns over the project's environmental impact, pointing out its "problematic" location.
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The free service is available to Yellow Cab customers regardless of their provider.
It was originally listed for $5.99 million.
While the owner of Weeds Glass and Gifts in Vancouver says people need a prescription to buy from his store, there are concerns that other shops aren't so strict.
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The Vancouver model is catching on in communities where suitable housing is direly needed.
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"This case really does represent a situation where you have a regulator that has gotten too close to a powerful and well-resourced private interest that it is supposed to be independently regulating," said Chris Tollefson, lawyer for the University of Victoria's Environmental Law Centre.
The band would receive a one-time payment of nearly $28 million, annual payments over 40 years totalling about $1 billion, and other funding.
The top occupation pays a median hourly rate of $51.69.
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In technical jargon this is called "Ecosystem Based Management" or EBM. Or to put more plainly: nature has limits and we must respect them.
The home is only 3.6 metres wide.
City officials want to know if vacant homes are contributing to skyrocketing housing prices, and they're hoping the public can help...
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Eight First Nations including the Haisla, the Nak'azdli and Gitxaala Nations have launched a legal challenge against the pipeline on the basis of inadequate consultation.
Selling multiple adjacent homes as one package can be extremely lucrative.
The federal health minister warns that "normalizing" marijuana will increase use and addiction, especially among youth.
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Legitimizing medical marijuana would only increase use and addiction, said the federal health minister.
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Enbridge did not register any of its 2012 communications with the senator, confirmed the Office of the Commissioner of Lobbying of Canada.
There would be far greater benefit to our coastline if the aquarium educated their visitors about the grave risks of tarsands pipelines, tanker traffic and LNG ports, rather than focusing on how acrobatic dolphins can be.
Vancouver company unveils glasses with real-time fitness info.
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The 2014 financial reports from B.C.'s political parties are out and my face hurts from all of the eyebrow raising.
The $13-million property outside Victoria has won major design awards.
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"If people like doctors, engineers, and professionals like me move away, what kind of city are we leaving?"
April brought a fresh new proclamation for B.C.: get out and see the glaciers before they are forever confined to history.
"We poured our heart into our final goodbye through song, to a job we loved..."
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Three hundred condos worth about $70 million were sold in a frenzied 90 minutes.
A $25-million six-bedroom, five-bathroom oceanfront mansion has its own private sandy beach and guest house.
Transport Canada says it appears there was a malfunction in the brand-new MV Marathassa.
The goal of helping struggling families and the most vulnerable in society is laudable. But the problem is the minimum wage is the wrong policy to achieve this end. Before determining what the right policy is, we first need to understand who the impoverished really are. It turns out they are overwhelmingly not minimum wage earners.
It tastes "like a million bucks," said the first customer.
The actor is filming "Deadpool," which is shutting down a busy roadway for several days.
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"The good thing is, luckily no one was killed."
The highest-earning chief in Canada won re-election, despite widespread criticism.