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'They do not act:' Another lawsuit seeks to force federal species protection

'They do not act:' Another lawsuit seeks to force federal species protection

At least a dozen similar lawsuits that have been filed since 2007
Trudeau says Liberals will win in B.C. byelection where Singh seeks seat

Trudeau says Liberals will win in B.C. byelection where Singh seeks seat

Candidate Richard T. Lee served Burnaby for 16 years as a provincial legislature
Transport minister orders trains to use handbrakes

Transport minister orders trains to use handbrakes

Canada's transport minister has ordered the use of handbrakes on all trains stopped on mountain slopes following a deadly derailment earlier this week.
UVic prof explores efforts for a fairer chocolate industry

UVic prof explores efforts for a fairer chocolate industry

With Valentine’s Day approaching, a UVic geographer is hoping people giving chocolates to their sweethearts will spare a little love for the farmers who grow the cocoa that goes into chocolate.
Garibaldi At Squamish presents latest resort draft

Garibaldi At Squamish presents latest resort draft

‘We're only five years away from opening, is the hope, if everything falls into place’: GAS rep
ICBC heading for another billion-dollar loss; CEO cites injury claims, legal battles

ICBC heading for another billion-dollar loss; CEO cites injury claims, legal battles

B.C.’s motor-vehicle insurance provider continues to bleed money, with new numbers showing Insurance Corp. of B.C. posted a net loss of $860 million in the first nine months of its fiscal year, putting it on track to lose $1.
Federal bill would make Sept. 30 holiday for Indigenous reconciliation

Federal bill would make Sept. 30 holiday for Indigenous reconciliation

OTTAWA — Sept. 30 might become a new statutory holiday commemorating victims of residential schools. The House of Commons heritage committee approved a measure Tuesday to make the last day of September a National Truth and Reconciliation Day.
B.C. adds 8,700 jobs in January amid ‘solid’ labour market

B.C. adds 8,700 jobs in January amid ‘solid’ labour market

Province's unemployment rate increased as more people entered the workforce
B.C. puts up another $300K towards Cascadia high-speed rail connector to Seattle

B.C. puts up another $300K towards Cascadia high-speed rail connector to Seattle

Cars may not have to be the default mode of transportation for Vancouver hockey fans hoping to catch an NHL game in Seattle in the coming years. The B.C.
Garibaldi At Squamish presents latest resort draft

Garibaldi At Squamish presents latest resort draft

‘We're only five years away from opening, is the hope, if everything falls into place’: GAS rep