Most readers have probably heard about the Prime Minister's rejection of Justin Trudeau's advice we explore "the root causes" of terrorism. Shortly after, when asked about the alleged terrorist plot against a VIA rail train, the PM insisted, "now is not the time to commit sociology."
A group hoping to sink a decommissioned destroyer to become an artificial reef in Howe Sound is still waiting for a final permit from Environment Canada after five years of effort, a delay that a prominent North Vancouver lawyer calls "insanity."
Red sludge found leaking out of a pipe onto White Rock beach Tuesday is being investigated by Environment Canada.
A diesel spill on the Burnaby side of the Suncor refinery has Port Moody politicians asking tough questions and looking for answers.
Suncor is cleaning up a spill at its Port Moody plant, on the Burnaby border, where a small amount of material has seeped into the Burrard Inlet.
It's been a while since the last Indiana Jones flick came out.
Local streamkeeper Paul Cipywnyk is raising concerns about fisheries management and habitat protection, following a multi-million dollar cut to Fisheries and Oceans Canada (DFO) in the federal budget.
Re: "Getting that sinking feeling," Times, March 26.
It has come to my attention that John Weston, MP West Vancouver-Sunshine Coast-Sea to Sky Country, says he may not vote in favour of Bill C-380 that would ban the importation of shark fins into Canada.
The Burnaby office of an intergovernmental program that helps protect the environment of the Fraser River and Burrard Inlet is closing its doors on March 31, but a spokesperson for the program says it will continue in a new form.
An intergovernmental program that helps protect the environment of the Fraser River and Burrard Inlet is closing its doors on March 31, but a spokesperson for the program says it will continue in a new form.
HEAVY rainfall in the North Shore mountains has avalanche experts on edge this weekend.
Re: "Pipeline best option: VAFFC," Letters, Feb. 1.
Did you know that the federal government of Canada approved the use of the drug Thalidomide, and that Canada was the last country on earth to ban its use? A full year after it was banned elsewhere?
EIGHTY YEARS AGO -- January 26, 1933
Birders from near and far are able to cross an item off their bucket list after viewing a wee bird that lost its way.
With the flu season hitting especially hard this winter, Fraser Health has declared the current influenza strain a health hazard under the Public Health Act.
It wasn't that much snow, but cold and ice caused some traffic chaos around Langley on Monday morning during the early commute.
Last year Chilliwack residents experienced a 48 degree celsius (C) swing in temperature extremes, the wettest June since 1981 and the driest August and September on record.