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Whistler residents are about to fly a helicopter around the world

Whistler residents are about to fly a helicopter around the world

The 'EPIC' global heli tour aims to promote entrepreneurship and healthy living
B.C. government takes pipeline question to court

B.C. government takes pipeline question to court

Province wants permission to stop bitumen transport without permit and environmental plan
Police in Peru search for two men in killing of Comox Valley man

Police in Peru search for two men in killing of Comox Valley man

Peru’s National Police force have located a motorcycle they believe belonged to the Comox Valley man who was killed by villagers who accused him of shooting a spiritual leader.

Supreme Court ruling corks B.C. vintners' hopes for free trade of Canadian wines

The Supreme Court of Canada ruling upholding interprovincial trade laws may have other implications for trade, including for the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion, says a lawyer who represented some British Columbia wineries at the trial.
Province moves to increase wages for lower-pay workers

Province moves to increase wages for lower-pay workers

B.C. is imposing salary increases for lower-paid workers in various sectors that have not been covered by the regular minimum wage requirement. Reaction is mixed as some complain it doesn’t go far enough and others argue it goes too far.
ICBC could rip licence from family maintenance defaulters

ICBC could rip licence from family maintenance defaulters

People who are more than $3,000 in child or spousal payment arrears may face driver's licence cancellation

B.C. prosecutors considering criminal charges for Trans Mountain protesters

VANCOUVER — British Columbia's Prosecution Service is considering criminal charges against dozens of people arrested for protesting Kinder Morgan's Trans Mountain pipeline expansion.
Victoria police officer, in coma since 1987 crash, dies in hospital

Victoria police officer, in coma since 1987 crash, dies in hospital

It was a routine call that would change his life. Victoria police Const. Ian Jordan was responding to a break-in alarm on Sept. 22, 1987, when his police cruiser collided with another responding cruiser.
A bus, a breakdown and -30°: former NHLer remembers his time with Humboldt Broncos

A bus, a breakdown and -30°: former NHLer remembers his time with Humboldt Broncos

Dan Lucas reflects on life with a prairie hockey team as a 14-year-old from Powell River
Province closes black bear open season hunt in Haida Gwaii

Province closes black bear open season hunt in Haida Gwaii

A limited-entry hunt will take its place