News for Youse: NDP stays ahead, Dylan Armstrong advances, and trans people march
Angus Reid poll The B.C. NDP has 49 percent support, compared to 22 percent for the B.C. Liberals and 19 percent for the B.C. Conservatives in a new Angus Reid poll.
Valerie MacLean joins suit Consumer watchdog and former Vancouver mayoral candidate Valerie MacLean has joined hundreds of other former and current female RCMP officers who are trying to get a class-action harassment suit certified against the Mounties.
Fishy virus Infectious hematopoietic necrosis virus, which can wipe out Atlantic salmon populations, has been detected at two B.C. fish farms for the first time in nearly a decade. It's not harmful to humans.
UN resolution Members of the UN General Assembly will vote today on a nonbinding resolution condemning the Syrian government of Bashar al-Assad and criticizing the UN Security Council for failing to take action.
Armstrong advances Kamloops shot putter Dylan Armstrong has advanced to the Olympic final in his event, fuelling hopes that he might win Canada's first gold medal at the 2012 Games.
Women's soccer Canadian captain Christine Sinclair will lead the women's soccer team in a crucial match today against the home team, Britain, in the London Olympics.
Cherry price crash Okanagan orchardists have laid off pickers and are leaving cherries in trees after prices collapsed this summer.
Bus fire A bus carrying 30 tourists to Butchart Gardens caught fire in Central Saanich, but nobody was hurt.
Trans protest Vancouver's annual Trans and Genderqueer march will begin today at 5 p.m. at Nelson Park and wind up at Emery Barnes Park at 6 p.m.