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A controversy that could only unfold in B.C.
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Pacific NorthWest LNG said the final decision is subject to two conditions.
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"Hey Yoga Haters- bet you can't wait for international Tai Chi day."
There is absolutely no benefit to students to have full-to-the-brim classrooms; if there is why do private schools advertise small class sizes for a better learning environment?
The report also said there are more than 10,000 empty classroom seats in Vancouver schools.
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A city bylaw allows people to sleep in parks at night if the homeless shelter beds are full/
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This was a spring session that was full of blows to information rights in B.C. Changing the law to make sure nobody is able to be held legally responsible for their actions in misusing government information has been a common theme.
It seems with every passing day, there is a new story out about Vancouver's red-hot real estate market. As mayor, Vancouver's lack of affordable housing is one of the most complex challenges I've faced at City Hall.
"We're not saying, 'No,' to mining. What we're saying is we've got to mine better."
"Heaven help us all if government does nothing and this real estate bubble pops because of off-shore factors... This inaction would make for a real made-in-B.C. recession, the effects of which the entire economy would be feeling for years."
In recordings played for the court, Nuttall could be heard saying he hoped the attack would kill hundreds.
The latest agreements are with the Doig River First Nation, Halfway River First Nation and Yekooche First Nation.
The allegations come days after a former government worker claimed he was told to delete emails connected to the Highway of Tears investigation.