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When Apple Pay went live back in October, Canadians were predictably left out. Now a U.S.-based tech blog is reporting that Apple may expand its mobile payment service north of...
Unionized workers on the Canada Line have voted 99 percent in favour of strike action. The B.C. Government and Service Employees' Union represents approximately 150 workers on the...
A North Vancouver RCMP officer was apparently doing, well, whatever cops do, when a cellphone call came in with an offer to buy some marijuana. So the officer arranged to buy some...
Former B.C. premier and federal health minister Ujjal Dosanjh is the first winner of a new award that recognizes the contributions of people who improve society at personal risk....
Hundreds of people converged on the Vancouver Art Gallery for a vigil in the wake of the shooting deaths of 12 people at the Paris office of the satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo....
Disgraced CBC radio host Jian Ghomeshi appeared in a Toronto court today (January 8), bringing the media circus with him. The former host of Q is now facing three new charges of...
The world awoke to the stunning news that gunmen killed a dozen people in an attack on the Paris office of the magazine Charlie Hebdo. According to BBC News, the shooting by...
North Vancouver RCMP is seeking criminal charges against a 64-year-old woman who allegedly tampered with mountain biking trails on the North Shore. On January 4, police arrested...
If you follow the #vanpoli hashtag on Twitter, you've probably heard the latest in Vancouver political/celebrity gossip. Local journalist Frances Bula has blogged that, according...
More than 60 web series from around the world will compete for awards in 23 categories at the second annual Vancouver Web Fest. This year's festival will take place March 6 to 8...

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