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B.C. teacher suspended for throwing things at students

B.C. teacher suspended for throwing things at students

Justin Ray Arnesto told the student that reporting an incident would "not make any difference" because the principal "will take my side over your side."
Watch: North Vancouver bus lane bandit fined $1,500

Watch: North Vancouver bus lane bandit fined $1,500

The hefty bill for a driver nabbed speeding in a bus lane to avoid bridge traffic should be a warning to others, North Vancouver RCMP say.
‘How hard is being prime minister?’ Trudeau takes questions from North Vancouver students

‘How hard is being prime minister?’ Trudeau takes questions from North Vancouver students

Being a teacher stayed with him as the frame to engage with the world, the prime minister said Tuesday at Sutherland Secondary
WATCH: Speech from the throne opens B.C. legislative session

WATCH: Speech from the throne opens B.C. legislative session

The full text of the Speech from the Throne at the opening of the fifth session of the 42nd parliament of the Province of British Columbia, as read by Lt.-Gov. Janet Austin.
Scientists to model health impacts of gas flaring at Squamish LNG plant

Scientists to model health impacts of gas flaring at Squamish LNG plant

The satellite emissions data from LNG facilities already built outside of B.C. will help the researchers model how flaring could spread a number of pollutants across the Howe Sound region.
Teen boys allegedly fired prohibited gun in B.C., charges laid

Teen boys allegedly fired prohibited gun in B.C., charges laid

Two teenagers from Surrey have been charged with discharging a firearm into a place and possessing a loaded prohibited firearm.  
Why haven't the Canucks gone back to the Lotto Line?

Why haven't the Canucks gone back to the Lotto Line?

The Canucks went 8-0-1 with the Lotto Line together and have gone 5-3-2 since breaking them apart.
StatCan says cellphone bills are plunging. The truth is more complicated

StatCan says cellphone bills are plunging. The truth is more complicated

Canada’s flagship inflation report says wireless prices have dropped 50 per cent over five years
Leading bear expert pens book after 40 years studying grizzlies from birth to death

Leading bear expert pens book after 40 years studying grizzlies from birth to death

Bruce McLellan and his family lived on the bank of the Flathead River where his kids grew up around grizzly bears.
'Very pleasant surprise': Canada's inflation rate tumbles to 2.9 per cent in January

'Very pleasant surprise': Canada's inflation rate tumbles to 2.9 per cent in January

OTTAWA — Canada's inflation rate fell more than expected last month as price growth moderated across the economy, including outright price declines for gasoline, airfares and clothing. The annual inflation rate tumbled to 2.