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Chinese Communist Party agreement with B.C. needs federal ‘cues’: Wilkinson

Chinese Communist Party agreement with B.C. needs federal ‘cues’: Wilkinson

BC Liberal Party initiated several trade missions to China between 2013 and 2017 and signed a MOU on that country’s “One Belt One Road” global trade initiative
Don't destroy this Burnaby 'architectural masterwork,' group urges SFU

Don't destroy this Burnaby 'architectural masterwork,' group urges SFU

Former women's residence slated for demolition at Burnaby Mountain campus
Education Ministry says problem with Grade 12 exam marks resolved

Education Ministry says problem with Grade 12 exam marks resolved

Education Minister Rob Fleming said he’s confident Grade 12 students and their families can now know the grades on their student transcripts are correct.
B.C. Ferries advising passengers to reserve for busy holiday weekend

B.C. Ferries advising passengers to reserve for busy holiday weekend

With the B.C. Day long weekend around the corner, B.C. Ferries is advising passengers to make reservations or sail at off-peak times to avoid long waits.
Steveston fish 'n' chip shop being sued by ramp collapse victims

Steveston fish 'n' chip shop being sued by ramp collapse victims

Three of the four people that were on the ramp leading to a popular Steveston fish ‘n’ chip shop when it collapsed two years ago have filed a lawsuit.
UPDATED: Three rescued after float plane crashes in water near Davis Bay

UPDATED: Three rescued after float plane crashes in water near Davis Bay

Updated July 31: Three passengers walked away without injuries after the float plane they were in crashed in the ocean west of Davis Bay early Tuesday afternoon. The privately owned Beaver float plane was shuttling between Vancouver and Ruby Lake.
No refund after passenger dies before using airline ticket

No refund after passenger dies before using airline ticket

A South Delta couple is taking issue with ticket policies at WestJet following the death of a family member and the inability to get a refund or credit from the airline.
Rope on ferry rescue boat was too short, causing it to drop into water, TSB finds

Rope on ferry rescue boat was too short, causing it to drop into water, TSB finds

Use of an insufficient length of rope on a rescue boat caused it to fall and injure two crew members during a drill on B.C. Ferries’ Queen of Cumberland last year, according to a Transportation Safety Board investigation.
Richmond stabbing becomes homicide after victim dies in hospital

Richmond stabbing becomes homicide after victim dies in hospital

Richmond man, 42, has died after being stabbed on a bus following a "random argument" say police
Anti-bat backlash feared in wake of fatal rabies case

Anti-bat backlash feared in wake of fatal rabies case

Conservationists are concerned about a potential backlash against bats following a rare case in which a 21-year-old Parksville man died from rabies after a bat encounter. Mandy Kellner, co-ordinator of the B.C.