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Training initiatives for victim support workers and police officers are among the measures underway stemming from Wally Oppal's report on the B.C. missing women inquiry, according...
The B.C. government's proposed redesign aimed at making the Stanley Park Causeway safer for cyclists and pedestrians includes widening sidewalks and adding a fence between the...
The Metro Vancouver chapter of Mothers Against Drunk Driving is launching its annual campaign aimed at preventing impaired driving. This is the 28th year for the organization’s...
Union activists are raising concerns about the elimination of a program run by the Portland Hotel Society for people recovering from addictions. Vancouver Coastal Health says it’s...
With a new term set to begin, Green councillor Adriane Carr says she’s hoping to see “a more collaborative council” over the next four years. “It’s something a lot of us talked...
New Vancouver park board chair John Coupar’s focus over the next four years includes ensuring there's an “independent” park board. According to the NPA park board commissioner,...
An awareness campaign that AIDS Vancouver executive director Brian Chittock describes as “a new way of talking about HIV” will be highlighted this year as the organization marks...
Irene Lanzinger has been elected the new president of the B.C. Federation of Labour. More than 2,200 delegates cast their ballots today (November 27) for the province's top union...
Many of the arrests made by the RCMP on Burnaby Mountain during the past week could be found illegitimate, according to the BC Civil Liberties Association. In a news release...
CUPE BC has filed a libel lawsuit against Kirk LaPointe and the Non-Partisan Association. A news release issued by the union today (November 26) states that president Mark Hancock...

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