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Some people wear tinfoil hats. Some see conspiracies everywhere. Some even look around at public meetings, and see spies where there are none. B.C. NDP MLA David Eby, for instance, sees spies. B.C. Liberal spies, to be precise.
Some students live in university dorms. Others own luxury homes.
The tax is aimed at improving the supply of rental homes across Metro Vancouver's superheated market.
NDP housing critic David Eby says the province has fallen "asleep at the switch."
Batten down the hatches, because this fall it's not just the threat of extreme weather British Columbians need to worry about; MLAs are returning to Victoria for a rare fall sitting of the legislature as well. And if the spring sitting was any indication, don't hold your breath hoping for much in the way of ministerial accountability.
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Vancouver police have launched an investigation after one of their officers was caught on CBC video kicking a restrained and handcuffed suspect in the chest. Ryan James Felton, a 39-year-old from Sur...