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Indigenous leaders, protesters gather in Vancouver to oppose Trans Mountain pipeline

Indigenous leaders, protesters gather in Vancouver to oppose Trans Mountain pipeline

VANCOUVER — Protesters against the federally-owned Trans Mountain pipeline gathered outside the Vancouver Art Gallery on Saturday to show the government and investors that opposition to the project is still strong and they believe funding it would be
B.C. police watchdog files report, saying charges against officer possible

B.C. police watchdog files report, saying charges against officer possible

SURREY, B.C. — British Columbia's police watchdog has filed a report with the prosecution service for consideration of charges, saying a Port Moody officer may have committed an offence while making an arrest.
'It scared the crap out of me': B.C. woman chased in road rage incident (video)

'It scared the crap out of me': B.C. woman chased in road rage incident (video)

“You never really expect it to happen to you."
Vancouver TED Conference contract revealed

Vancouver TED Conference contract revealed

As big-ticket talkathon returns to city, details emerge from original deal between PavCo and TED organization.
B.C. police watchdog called to investigate man's death after 'well-being' check: RCMP

B.C. police watchdog called to investigate man's death after 'well-being' check: RCMP

SURREY, B.C. — The RCMP say British Columbia's police watchdog has been called to investigate the circumstances leading up to a man's death at a Surrey home.
BC NDP minister won’t commit to freedom of information recommendations

BC NDP minister won’t commit to freedom of information recommendations

Lisa Beare sidesteps questions about ending $10 fee for FOI requests and adopting other recommendations of all-party committee.
Some Surrey councillors calling on McCallum to step down during criminal trial

Some Surrey councillors calling on McCallum to step down during criminal trial

New provincial legislation will impose requirements for local elected officials to be suspended with pay while facing criminal allegations and to be expelled if convicted.
A correction to a story on a mass timber program in B.C.

A correction to a story on a mass timber program in B.C.

VICTORIA — In a story that moved April 7, The Canadian Press erroneously said three University of Victoria projects were part of a government announcement on mass timber.
Avalanche within boundaries of B.C.'s Whistler Blackcomb resort kills one skier: RCMP

Avalanche within boundaries of B.C.'s Whistler Blackcomb resort kills one skier: RCMP

WHISTLER, B.C. — RCMP and Whistler Blackcomb confirm a man died earlier this week when he was caught in an avalanche inside the boundaries of the ski resort about 120 kilometres north of Vancouver.
End of vaccine card in B.C. too soon as BA.2 variant spreads: doctor

End of vaccine card in B.C. too soon as BA.2 variant spreads: doctor

VANCOUVER — It's too early to drop all COVID-19 restrictions, including proof of vaccination at indoor venues, as infections rise in British Columbia due to a "let it rip" approach for managing the virus, a retired emergency room doctor says. Dr.