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Feb 29th, 2008
Ex-mayor of B.C. village faces 29 sex-related charges
Ex-mayor of B.C. village faces 29 sex-related charges Canadian Press Published: August 9, 2018 Updated: August 9, 2018 6:54 PM EDT Undated photo of former Burns Lake, B.C.,mayor Luke Strimbold.Postmedia File Photo VICTORIA A special prosecutor...
People cough up $38 for 'Hot Dog Water' at Vancouver festival
People cough up $38 for 'Hot Dog Water' at Vancouver festival Postmedia News More from Postmedia News Published: June 21, 2018 Updated: June 21, 2018 11:21 AM EDT Hot dogs are on ready to be eaten during the American Meat Institute's annual Hot...
BC: legalized cannabis?
Read deeper into this problem in my latest for Hemp Herbals News: A War on Cannabis is Coming to British Columbia: /a-war-on-cannabis-is-coming-to-br/ BILL 30 2018 #CANNABIS CONTROL AND LICENSING ACT Public Intoxication...
Mar 30th, 2018 by Johnnny
B.C. footprints confirmed as earliest known in North America
B.C. footprints confirmed as earliest known in North America Canadian Press More from Canadian Press Published: March 29, 2018 Updated: March 29, 2018 1:53 PM EDT Dozens of ancient footprints, one of which is shown at the dig site on a British...
BC's Carbon Tax A Success
A carbon tax may be a controversial topic in the United States, but in one Canadian province, this eight-year-old policy has been such a success that on Wednesday more than 100 businesses said they support a tax increase. In a letter addressed to...
:-?all i would like to know is how in heavens name do you download emule, i have tried every link and nothing seems to be working....think i'm going to dye my hair from blonde
Flowering Tree in My Neighbourhood
Yes these are from this AM-about 30 minutes ago in fact I spotted them while cycling back from work they're always the first to show in Kits must be photoperiodic and idea what kind of tree it is? ...
(by bill barilko)
Explorers map out B.C. cave believed to be deepest in Canada
Explorers map out B.C. cave believed to be deepest in Canada Canadian Press More from Canadian Press Published: January 16, 2018 Updated: January 16, 2018 3:19 PM EST Jason Lavigne, left to right, Jeremy Bruns, Jared Habiak, Christian Stenner,...
“This is absolutely unbelievable,” he told Global News.
Its the kind of sight that RCMP Cpl. Scotty Schumann says hed expect to see in a third world country. Not at 64th Avenue and 181st Street in Surrey, which is precisely where a trailer spotting a dolly in place of its left wheels was spotted on...
Did China just blow B.C.’s LNG hopes
Just three and a half months after Petronas and its partners pulled the plug on a $36 billion liquefied natural gas project in B.C., one of the partners has reappeared in Alaska. And what Sinopec has planned for Alaska could blow B.C.s LNG ambitions...
Port Coquitlam mosque to get $53k from federal government
I bet they all get this but this story leaked out......... The Port Coquitlam mosque that was recently cited for financial irregularities and possible ties to overseas funders linked to militant Islamist group Hamas is expected to receive a...
High-risk sex offender goes missing again
Being the subject of Canada-wide warrants is a regular occurrence for Schafer. On July 18, he was arrested by Vancouver police, five days after failing to return to his residential correctional facility. The federal offender also prompted Canada-wide...
Oct 14th, 2017 by tay
Richmond Hospital becomes passport mill
Richmond is Canadas epicentre for a booming, unregulated birth tourism industry emerging from China. Wealthy Chinese nationals are showing up at local doctor offices, cash in hand, with the intent of giving birth to obtain Canadian citizenship for...
it’s illegal to kill a Sasquatch in British Columbia
Many a person has claimed to have sighted a Sasquatch (also known as Bigfoot) but did you know that if you hunt and kill one in British Columbia you could get in big trouble? Though the province doesn’t precisely have an outright ban on killing the...
Sep 7th, 2017 by Cliffy
Possible B.C. meteorite captured on surveillance videos
Possible B.C. meteorite captured on surveillance videos CANADIAN PRESS First posted: Tuesday, September 05, 2017 07:50 AM EDT | Updated: Tuesday, September 05, 2017 02:15 PM EDT VANCOUVER Mounties answered dozens of calls Monday night due to a...
This vid captures everything awesome about Vancouver
You’ve never seen Vancouver like this before. Beautiful Destinations, a media company, creative agency, and the host of a YouTube channel that shares “stories highlighting the incredible people, places, and experiences around the globe,” posted a video...
B.C. baby first to get health card without gender
In what could be the first case in the world, a B.C. baby has been issued a health card with the letter U for a sex marker. It comes as the babys parent fights to allow their child to develop their own gender identity. Searyls parent Kori Doty...
Jul 26th, 2017 by MHz
The End of the Grizzly Hunt is Nigh
Can't say I'm sad to see it go Future of B.C.'s grizzly trophy hunt uncertain as fall hunt approaches NDP promised to end the controversial hunt, but few details on how and when the ban would be implemented ...
(by bill barilko)
Jul 6th, 2017 by JLM
BC drivers are a special kind of special
In Burnaby on June 28, a flagger was directing traffic on 10th Avenue near Kingsway. A bystander filmed the flagger stopping an SUV trying to merge into traffic from an unpaved section of road that appears to be closed to traffic. The man shooting the...
Missing B.C. dog found with nails in its skull
Missing B.C. dog found with nails in its skull Cheryl Chan, Vancouver Sun First posted: Tuesday, July 04, 2017 09:35 AM EDT | Updated: Tuesday, July 04, 2017 10:45 AM EDT VANCOUVER A dog that went missing in Prince George was found three days later...
No B.C. Liberals available for Mental Health debate
Voters at an all candidates election debate on mental health and addiction missed out on one key viewpoint Monday night. Thats because, despite going to great lengths and extending numerous invitations, the Canadian Mental Health Association...
May 22nd, 2017 by tay
I know that smell......
B.C. Supreme Court judge rules that smell of marijuana does not justify 24-hour driving ban Vancouver motorist has successfully challenged a driving prohibition that came after a cop smelled cannabis on him and observed that he had glassy, red eyes....