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Park board takes action to restrict cetacean breeding at Vancouver Aquarium

VANCOUVER - New restrictions adopted by Vancouver's park board mean only threatened species of whales and dolphins will soon be bred at the city's aquarium....

posted: July 31,2014





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BC Hydro says its smart meters safe after fires force SaskPower to pull meters

VANCOUVER - BC Hydro is turning a negative into a positive....


B.C. to give parents $40 a day for each child if teachers' strike continues

VICTORIA - As families grow anxious about the possibility of British Columbia's public school teachers' strike drifting into September, the provincial government is offering up a $40 a day subsidy for children under 13....


B.C. First Nation behind landmark land title case releases mining policy

VANCOUVER - A British Columbia First Nation behind a recent Supreme Court of Canada case that significantly expanded aboriginal land title rights laid out ground rules Thursday for mining projects on its traditional territory, requiring...


Unlucky-in-love lawyer sues bride, saying she ditched him for Canadian visa

KAMLOOPS, B.C. - First came love, then came marriage, then came the lawsuit by a Kamloops, B.C., lawyer who says his Vietnamese bride ditched him after getting a Canadian visa....


Goldcorp reports US$181M second-quarter profit, revenue climbs to $906M

VANCOUVER - Goldcorp Inc. (TSX:G) earned US$181 million in its latest quarter compared with a big loss a year ago when the company wrote down the value of its Penasquito mine and Cerro Blanco project....


Double trouble on North Shore mountains as two searches keep rescue teams busy

NORTH VANCOUVER, B.C. - Two separate searches made for a busy Wednesday night as volunteer members of Vancouver's North Shore Rescue team scour the rugged backcountry just north of the city....








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