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The Richmond school district has named 16 elementary schools that will be considered for closure. The district is faced with closing four or five schools due to declining enrolment and the need for seismic upgrades. Similar tough decisions are facing many B.C. school districts — Vancouver is looking at closing as many as 21 schools […]
For the first time in the Vancouver area, more than 5,000 homes have sold in a single month. A total of 5,173 residential properties were sold in the region in March, marking a 27.4-per-cent increase over March 2015 and a 24-per-cent increase over February 2016, according to the Real Estate Board of Greater Vancouver. “March […]
Friends and family mourned the death of a Surrey teen killed on the weekend in a single-vehicle ATV crash in Roberts Creek.
Vancouver — A B.C. Supreme Court judge has ordered a filmmaker to remove about five minutes of video from a documentary that criticizes the Vancouver Aquarium. Judge Jeanne Watchuk granted the aquarium an injunction and has instructed Gary Charbonneau to remove 15 video segments from the hour-long film within seven days. The aquarium is suing […]
Mail exchanges and surveillance show that two B.C. men acted as a broker and a courier for an international drug-smuggling ring, the Crown alleges. The trial for Matthew James Higgins and Hernan Osvaldo Veloso began on Monday in B.C. Supreme Court in New Westminster. Higgins is charged with one count of conspiring to traffic ecstasy […]
All Canadians, especially low-income Canadians, should have dental care as part of their basic health care, a new study by the University of B.C. concludes.
Mall management have suggested in meetings with longtime chess buff that an economic analysis supports their eviction
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