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Liberals and New Democrats are deceiving themselves, says Green Leader Elizabeth May. “I believe that both the Liberals and the New Democratic Party are suffering from the all-too...
Now both retired, George Puil and Jim Houlahan were around during the early days of TransLink. Puil, then a Vancouver councillor, was the first chair of the regional...
Last summer, urbanist Stephen Bohus raised questions about a Vancouver land swap. Writing online, Bohus wondered: did taxpayers get a bad deal? More specifically, did the public...
The countdown is on to #ShutDownCanada 2015. A call to launch nationwide protests on February 13 has been making the rounds in social media. “It’s basically the work of organizers...
The man behind what may be considered as the Tea Party to the left of the Democratic Party in the U.S. is no fan of Stephen Harper. Dan Cantor would like to see Canada’s...
The man who killed the harmonized sales tax in B.C. is voting no in Metro Vancouver’s transit referendum. “It’s another tax hike, and it’s a tax hike that will impact mostly on...
The closure of Target stores in Canada will create new shopping opportunities and perhaps “more creative” alternatives to big box stores, according to real-estate experts. James...
Former B.C. premier Ujjal Dosanjh is reminding Canadians that “we’re not virgins in terms of terrorism.” Citing examples from the 1970 October Crisis in Quebec to the 1985 bombing...
There’s a reason why mortgage broker Gina Best does a lot of planning with her clients. Most of them are renters, and she wants them to get a feel for the higher cost of...
Unlike car insurance, home coverage is not mandatory. According to Paula Bandi, senior product manager at RBC Insurance, a person can have a home and not have insurance. But there...

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