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Pirate Joe's owner said he couldn't afford to go to court with the grocery store chain.
The explanation makes it a little better, but STILL.
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She was attacked by her husband.
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Luckily, only one person involved needed to be hospitalized.
Pemberton was scheduled to run from July 13 to 16.
About 80 per cent of the department's Pride contingent will walk in T-shirts, while another 20 per cent will be in uniform.
There are now four MLAs with indigenous heritage.
The woman told Christy Clark she would never vote for her.
"The province and the city has abandoned the working class and this is ridiculous."
Luckily they were all safe.
The conclusion is the result of a five-month investigation.
Nicola Spurling said she wasn't contacted directly for the story.
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Footage shows a man frantically trying to cut the ties that attach it to a nearby vessel.
The B.C. Liberals head into an election under the weight of a political donation scandal.
Gary Robbins finished the race six seconds over the time limit, and he also came from the wrong direction.
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Police searched a ravine and park area over the weekend.
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Canuck the Crow suffered head and other injuries, according to his caretaker.
Roller derby is known for kicking ass, and now it's set an example with its gender inclusion policy. Thousands of members around the world belong to the Women's Flat Track Derby Association, which re...
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Veronica Lodge's apartment is actually The Permanent building in downtown Vancouver.
A B.C. hunter was just tired of the rowdy partiers near his home.
Marko Kardum was praised for his efforts to come to his neighbours' aid during heavy snowfall.
It measured a magnitude of 4.9.
It cost $1,000 and took three months to make.
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Nimrat Gill died of what doctors believe was pneumonia earlier this month.
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The cool new invention allows doctors or even patients to dispense medication inside the body.
It has to do with a protein in the brain.
That's one way to take advantage of all the snow.
According to police, the machine didn't do a great job.