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Sam Sullivan first to announce bid to become BC Liberal leader

Former Vancouver mayor promises to bring more urban and youth support to the party

Alcohol ban lifted for B.C. man who killed at age 14

Chad Bucknell took part in the 1996 murders of four people near 100 Mile House

Extradition stayed for Maple Ridge pair accused of ‘honour killing’

Source tells Black Press a lawyer filed a last-minute appeal in court

B.C. man dead after shooting near Alaska Highway

Police still routing traffic around scene in Porter Creek

B.C. Legislature shines spotlight on Orange Shirt Day

Government members are joining Phyllis Webstad at the B.C. Legislature Thursday to raise awareness about the residential school legacy and her Orange Shirt Day message that “every child matters.”

Famous elk back with new headgear on Vancouver Island

He’s sporting a tarp, an innertube, and windchimes now but he’s the same frisky fellow from last year.

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Trudeau on UN speech: Canada must 'walk the talk' on human rights
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Liberal MP heads to L.A. to ward off misinformed asylum seekers

     

    Slush storm reaches Kootenay Pass

       

      Vancouver urban farm combines agriculture with social goals

         

        University of Victoria rocked by racist social media post

        School president issues statement condemning the behaviour and says the matter is under investigation.

        B.C. regulator changing crowdfunding rules, enabling access in Alberta

        Changes increase the limit from $1,500 to $5,000

        Canada, U.K. using CETA as new trade model

        Long-heralded Comprehensive Economic Trade Agreement, or CETA, comes into effect Thursday

        Commemorative plaque unveiled in Fernie

        100 years since Coal Creek Mine Disaster

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        B.C. driver nabbed twice in 10 minutes for distracted driving

        September is distracted driving awareness month across B.C.

        Girl still trapped in collapsed Mexico school

        Her wiggling fingers became a symbol of hope after the devastating earthquake struck Mexico City

        Arctic cruise tourism comes of age

        Arctic cruise tourism has come a long way from its early days, but tourists still ask the same odd questions

        Puerto Rico seeks to rebuild after Hurricane Maria

        “The storm didn’t bother me, It’s the devastation. I get goosebumps. It’s going to take us a long time.”

        MP Nathan Cullen endorses Singh in NDP bid

        Nathen Cullen not worried about Jagmeet Singh’s lack of seat in the House of Commons.

        Pushing ahead with First Nation treaty negotiations

        British Columbia Treaty Commission moves forward on 14 negotiations involving 32 First Nations.

        B.C. calls for input on restored Human Rights Commission

        Commission to focus on education to prevent racism, sexism

        Surge in asylum seekers at B.C. borders: stats

        Each claim costs the government $12,900 to $20,000 according to the Immigration Department

        Families walk Highway of Tears to honour missing, murdered Indigenous women

        The annual journey will span five days this year and cover 350 kilometres between Prince Rupert and Smithers

        Privacy czar chides B.C. government over shoddy access to information practices

        Drew McArthur says he is disappointed in the provincial government’s poor response rate