Straight Talk

He's the first person in Canada accused of travelling abroad to commit a terrorist act.
The Vancouver Aquarium ranks on par or above average in every category in which it has been compared to similar facilities in North America.
Residents are sounding the alarm on the B.C. government’s plans to earmark 25 percent of Gambier Island for logging.
Woo and Denike are expected to firm up their individual plans next month.
The provincial Health Ministry looks to be trying to mend fences with drug researchers, but some academics remain skeptical of its intentions.
A visit to City Hall from activists and homeless people camping in Oppenheimer Park has prompted the formation of a new committee to advocate for more senior-government support for housing.
The RCMP has ruled out the possibility of foul play in the death of a 21-year-old student that occurred at the Pemberton Music Festival on July 18.
TransLink blames "human error" for the second SkyTrain shutdown in a week.
Former park board chair Ian Robertson has announced that he will run for city council with the Non-Partisan Association this November.
A Marpole resident is questioning which funds Vancouver is considering dipping into if CP Rail agrees to sell the Arbutus Corridor land to the city at “fair market value”.