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B.C. introduces law to require cars, trucks sold by 2040 be zero emission

B.C. introduces law to require cars, trucks sold by 2040 be zero emission

Zero Emission Vehicles Act aims to phase out gas-powered vehicles
Jody Wilson-Raybould to speak on criminal justice at First Nations forum in Richmond

Jody Wilson-Raybould to speak on criminal justice at First Nations forum in Richmond

An intensive, two-day forum aiming to change the relationship between First Nations peoples and the criminal justice system is coming to Richmond later this month, with former Minister of Justice and Attorney General Jody Wilson-Raybould as the keyno
OPINION: Wildfires in spring — the new normal

OPINION: Wildfires in spring — the new normal

We've experienced something unprecedented this year in Squamish. A wildfire has already broken out — and it's not even close to summer. On April 1, a wildfire was sparked in the Upper Squamish Valley.
Vancouver man faces new money-laundering charge in college admissions scandal

Vancouver man faces new money-laundering charge in college admissions scandal

Vancouver businessman David Sidoo faces an additional charge of conspiracy to commit money laundering for his alleged role in a college admissions scandal in the United States. In a new indictment from the U.S.
Trudeau defends changes to asylum laws that have refugee workers alarmed

Trudeau defends changes to asylum laws that have refugee workers alarmed

OTTAWA — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is defending controversial changes to asylum laws included in an omnibus budget bill tabled this week, saying his government wants to ensure Canada's refugee system is fair for everyone.
Schools struggle with phone bans: 'These devices continue to cause major problems'

Schools struggle with phone bans: 'These devices continue to cause major problems'

On Friday, March 29, St. Francis School in Harbour Grace, N.L., announced a ban on cellphones and other personal electronics for its students, who range from kindergarten through Grade 8.
B.C. fights ticket scalpers with consumer protection law, eliminates bots

B.C. fights ticket scalpers with consumer protection law, eliminates bots

VICTORIA — British Columbia's government has introduced legislation that seeks to offer more protections for people who buy live-event tickets online or at the box office.
More than half of Canadians would wait a year to buy a home: poll

More than half of Canadians would wait a year to buy a home: poll

As buyers continue to sit on the sidelines, poll uncovers reasons for waiting, plus other homebuyer trends
Wilson-Raybould urges restraint after supportive graffiti at constituency office

Wilson-Raybould urges restraint after supportive graffiti at constituency office

Slogans were sprayed in huge red or white letters on the windows of Wilson-Raybould's constituency office
Soaring gas prices set all-time record in Vancouver

Soaring gas prices set all-time record in Vancouver

Prices expected to climb into summer