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B.C. farming couple loses bid to use railway strip of land

B.C. farming couple loses bid to use railway strip of land

A West Kootenay couple who bought land believing a railway corridor was part of the property can't have it turned over to them as part of a swap with the province, a B.C. Supreme Court judge says.
Body of man who went missing in 2019 found on the Sunshine Coast

Body of man who went missing in 2019 found on the Sunshine Coast

Thomas Hines went missing in Egmont back in June 2019. Underwater search and recovery specialists Gene and Sandy Ralston found him using their specialized equipment earlier this month.
Letter: White Gold project about more than ‘beautification’

Letter: White Gold project about more than ‘beautification’

'It may well be that a ballooning of the public cost to be shared by all of us in White Gold could turn out to be sufficiently large to warrant a new petition, but any such vote should be based on accurate information and not misinformed belief.'
More Canadians want accessible and aesthetic buildings in their communities

More Canadians want accessible and aesthetic buildings in their communities

A new poll shows only 47 per cent of Canadians admire the architecture where they live.
Update: Sea lion rescued on Kits Beach likely blinded after being shot in head

Update: Sea lion rescued on Kits Beach likely blinded after being shot in head

She was in bad shape.
What are peer-assisted crisis teams, and why does B.C. need them? Fast facts

What are peer-assisted crisis teams, and why does B.C. need them? Fast facts

North Shore has a team, and New Westminster and Victoria are getting PACTs this summer. Here's why it matters.
More Kinder products recalled over fears of Salmonella

More Kinder products recalled over fears of Salmonella

CFIA announced just days before Easter that 23 Kinder chocolate products might have been contaminated by Salmonella.
Man gets conditional sentence in double stabbing of strangers in Downtown Eastside

Man gets conditional sentence in double stabbing of strangers in Downtown Eastside

A man who left two Downtown Eastside strangers bleeding profusely after stabbing them within minutes of each other will spend a year on house arrest and another with a curfew.
McNeill makes history, grabs 2022 FWT podium

McNeill makes history, grabs 2022 FWT podium

Whistler Freeride Club grad skis to third in Verbier; clinches overall third-place finish on the 2022 tour
Smuggling of Mexicans from Canada to the U.S. a regular occurrence, officials say

Smuggling of Mexicans from Canada to the U.S. a regular occurrence, officials say

Canada has become a destination of choice for human smugglers and the people who pay them for perilous passages to safety.