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The City of Surrey is so tired of people illegally dumping garbage to save on disposal fees that it’s hosting four free events for residents.
Law students from Trinity Western University will be able to practice in Nova Scotia following a ruling from the province’s highest court.
Postmedia Network Inc. has the highest readership of all Canadian newspaper groups, with 10.7 million weekly print and digital readers.
What a July. For the past couple of weeks, the phrase “breaking news” has made many of us flinch like whipped dogs.
Vancouver Whitecaps FC have put together a decent July — losing once through five Major League Soccer matches.
A B.C. woman with epilepsy has alleged in a human rights complaint that hospital staff accused her of faking a seizure.
TransLink could end up spending more than $50 million to replace nearly half its Expo Line tracks after a damning consultant’s report.
Chevron is lobbying for self-serve fuelling to be allowed in the City of Coquitlam.
Foreign property buyers in Metro Vancouver will soon be subject to an additional 15% tax, but some are wondering if there will be easy loopholes.
The Vancouver founder of peer-to-peer sharing website IsoHunt — for downloading music illegally — has settled with the Canadian recording industry.