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Burnaby pipeline protester sentenced to 60 days in jail

Burnaby pipeline protester sentenced to 60 days in jail

"I did it for the orcas primarily," said a man convicted of breaching a Trans Mountain injunction.
West Van MP highlights federal plan for single-use plastics ban

West Van MP highlights federal plan for single-use plastics ban

The ban on manufacture and import of the plastics comes into effect in December 2022 with the ban on sale a year later.
Dutch police bugged male suspect's home in Amanda Todd case, chief inspector tells B.C. court

Dutch police bugged male suspect's home in Amanda Todd case, chief inspector tells B.C. court

Investigators planted microphones, seized hard drives during covert searches of home of man later extradited to Canada
Former Whistler dishwasher alleges bullying, abuse by ex-boyfriend chef

Former Whistler dishwasher alleges bullying, abuse by ex-boyfriend chef

A former Araxi Restaurant and Oyster Bar employee is alleging "harassing, bullying and emotional and physical abuse."
Glass price increase adds to construction cost pressures

Glass price increase adds to construction cost pressures

Contractors pushed to the brink as insolvencies loom
Westbank First Nation chief resigns, citing corruption within band

Westbank First Nation chief resigns, citing corruption within band

Derickson's resignation follows departure of the band's CAO
Whistler Search and Rescue remembers ‘beloved’ member Toby Salin

Whistler Search and Rescue remembers ‘beloved’ member Toby Salin

Volunteer was found dead Saturday afternoon near Lillooet Lake
Shoppers Drug Mart recalls certain powdered infant formula

Shoppers Drug Mart recalls certain powdered infant formula

The Canadian Food Inspection Agency says there is a risk of salmonella in certain Abbott brand products
Pedestrian killed in late-night hit and run on Vancouver's west side

Pedestrian killed in late-night hit and run on Vancouver's west side

Vancouver police say a 24-year-old man has been killed in a hit-and-run collision. A statement from police says the victim and a friend were crossing West Fourth Avenue in the Kitsilano neighbourhood at about 11:30 p.m. Sunday.
Fires, floods and food sovereignty: facing climate disasters and finding hope in northwest B.C.

Fires, floods and food sovereignty: facing climate disasters and finding hope in northwest B.C.

“Here in Canada, I think we have never thought that we are that disaster prone,” said SFU researcher Feyza Sahinyazan