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West Van OKs 'locals first' housing development at Marine and Taylor Way

West Van OKs 'locals first' housing development at Marine and Taylor Way

Project includes restoration and protection of West Coast Modern building
Data update: B.C.'s overdose crisis and pandemic by the numbers

Data update: B.C.'s overdose crisis and pandemic by the numbers

Vancouver Coastal Health's chief medical officer spoke to city council Thursday on both public health emergencies.
'Deeply disappointed': B.C. journalism educators, including BCIT, ask province not to adopt $25 FOI fee

'Deeply disappointed': B.C. journalism educators, including BCIT, ask province not to adopt $25 FOI fee

BC NDP, John Horgan have faced intense scrutiny over new possible Freedom of Information request procedures
North Shore reports 77 new COVID cases

North Shore reports 77 new COVID cases

High vaccination rates inch up by about one per cent per week
West Van Warriors elite high school hockey academy moving to North Shore Winter Club next season

West Van Warriors elite high school hockey academy moving to North Shore Winter Club next season

Move means BC Hockey's high-level zone program for north Burnaby, the North Shore and Sea to Sky needs to find a new home
Seaspan celebrates 10 years of building federal ships in B.C.

Seaspan celebrates 10 years of building federal ships in B.C.

Seaspan Shipyards marked 10 years Thursday since it was awarded a multi-billion-dollar federal government package to build non-combat ships on the North Shore.
New signalized Ironworkers on-ramp opens

New signalized Ironworkers on-ramp opens

System not fully online yet though and causing back-ups, ministry says
B.C. passes 200,000 COVID-19 infections

B.C. passes 200,000 COVID-19 infections

Nearly 96.3% of all those known to be infected in B.C. are deemed recovered.
Visit the Vancouver filming locations of the 1990s 'It' miniseries (VIDEOS)

Visit the Vancouver filming locations of the 1990s 'It' miniseries (VIDEOS)

For the 1990s series, areas of Metro Vancouver were transformed into the fictional 1960s town of Derry, Maine
Premier John Horgan responds to criticism of proposed changes to FOI bill

Premier John Horgan responds to criticism of proposed changes to FOI bill

During a media press conference on Thursday, Premier John Horgan showed the home screen of his iPhone.