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“Today's B.C. Liberals” may have taken a little inspiration during last year's election campaign from former Canadian prime minister Kim Campbell when she bluntly stated in 1993...
It would be tough to miss the ad, particularly if you're trying to watch anything online. The one where WorkBC tells us that: “B.C.'s growing economy will lead to one million job...
Halifax or Vancouver? Ask most folk which city boasts the higher median family income and chances are they'll say Vancouver. They couldn't be more wrong. The median income for a...
The headlines are becoming a little too common for Lower Mainland residents: “Police probe homicide after man’s body found in vehicle parked in Surrey”; “City shocked by Julie...
When you compare prices at the supermarket, you usually look at comparable products; for instance, you don’t compare the price of a head of lettuce with a can of baked beans. It...
It's that time of year when many of us make resolutions for the new year. Most of them are lofty goals towards self-improvement: quit smoking, lose weight, exercise more often are...
Far from being the favourite kid on the block, the fate of TransLink's future funding will be decided in the midst of the introduction of the Compass card and Lower Mainland...
Who knew? Count 'em all up and B.C. has 1,660 elected officials sitting on 250 local councils and school boards across the province. That works out to one for every 2,000...
In just over a year, millions of British Columbians will be invited back to the polls to elect local councils across B.C. If it's like last time, maybe one in three voters will...
A billion here, a billion there, it adds up. That's the problem with shopping lists. They start out with milk and bread and then everyone else in the family adds something on and...

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