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Glen Hansman, new president of BCTF, in Vancouver, BC. March 15, 2016. (Arlen Redekop /PNG photo)

Meeting about teachers' court decision 'positive'

Teachers had their first meeting with their employer Wednesday to discuss the Supreme Court of Canada decision that restores class size, class composition and specialist teacher ratios rules to the teachers' collective agreements across the province.

Fishing gear entanglements increase

An unexpected increase in humpback whales in B.C.'s coastal waters this year has resulted in a record number of entanglements in nets, lines, traps and related commercial fishing gear.

Clay Roueche in recent photo at Coleman Prison, Florida. Must credit: Special to the Vancouver Sun.

Vallee talked Roueche friendship: Crown

Accused United Nations gang killer Cory Vallee raised his friendship with gang leader Clay Roueche in a secretly recorded conversation with an undercover cop, a Crown prosecutor said Wednesday.

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U.K. cop won't be fired for 'boob job' tirade

One of England’s top female cops will get to keep her job after she drunkenly berated a subordinate officer over her breast enhancement surgery and then whipped out one of her own to show what natural breasts look like.