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TransLink branching into real estate development

TransLink is getting into the lucrative real estate development business with an eye to building for-profit residential, commercial and mixed-use developments near transit amenities.CEO Kevin...

Former Vancouver Whitecaps, Canada Soccer coach to be sentenced Wednesday

The former head coach of both the Vancouver Whitecaps women's team and Canadian under-20 women's soccer team will be sentenced in North Vancouver provincial court...

Soccer standoff between Canadian players and association sparks deja vu in former star striker

The standoff between the Canadian men's soccer team and Canada Soccer over pay and benefits is sparking a strong sense of deja vu in former Canadian star John...

Move over e-bikes, electric unicycles gaining ground on Vancouver streets

A few years ago, all Tom Bramble wanted was to solve his very Vancouver commuting problem.Cycling to his downtown office made the most sense, but the...

West Vancouver creates free lifeguard training program to address acute shortage

With dozens of vacant lifeguard jobs and big summer crowds about to descend on Ambleside and Dundarave beaches, the District of West Vancouver is tackling its shortage...

B.C. Liberals call for public funding of in-vitro fertilization

The B.C. Liberals say it's time for the province to start paying for in-vitro fertilization (IVF).The policy position, unveiled Thursday, calls for public funding of...

Naturopaths, chiropractors least vaccinated of all B.C. health professionals, province says

Naturopathic physicians have by far the lowest rate of COVID-19 vaccination of all regulated health practitioners in British Columbia at just 69.2 per cent, followed...

Militant Mothers Day marks 50th anniversary of rail blockade victory

Carolyn Jerome remembers the first time she locked arms with three other mothers and stared down an approaching train on the tracks that run north to...

Site C, B.C. Hydro slapped with environmental non-compliance order over potential acid rock drainage

British Columbia's Environmental Assessment Office (EAO) has issued an order against B.C. Hydro's Site C dam construction project for non-compliance with the acid rock drainage and...

Vancouver officially in the running to host men's FIFA 2026 World Cup games

After a change of heart by the province, FIFA has now named Vancouver as an official candidate to hold games during the men's 2026 World Cup tournament...

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