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B.C. Teachers’ Federation president Jim Iker says the union’s executive is recommending that its members vote in favour of a tentative agreement reached early this morning. At a...
Premier Christy Clark is calling the tentative deal reached in the B.C. teachers strike a "historic" six-year agreement. “This has never been done before in British Columbia’s...
A tentative deal has been reached in the B.C. teachers' strike, mediator Vince Ready announced this morning.  The B.C. Teachers' Federation and the B.C. Public School Employers'...
The owner of a West End building is refuting allegations that his tenants are facing an illegal 30-percent rent increase, following a press conference this week when residents...
Talks between the City of Vancouver and CP Rail about the future of the Arbutus railway corridor have broken down. At a press conference near the corridor in Kitsilano today (...
A recommendation going before Vancouver council next week could speed up the city’s response time to outstanding bylaw violations at single-room occupancy hotels. Currently, the...
Tenants at a West End apartment building say they’re facing 30-percent rent increases and multiple eviction notices. At a news conference today (September 10) in front of Hofmann...
Transparency is quickly becoming a key theme for various parties on the Vancouver election-campaign trail. This summer, the Non-Partisan Association launched its campaign with...
B.C. NDP MLA David Eby is hosting a community meeting Wednesday (September 10) intended to give students, parents and teachers a chance to “send a message” to the B.C. government...
Over a month after a major tailings pond breach at the Mount Polley mine, Likely residents and some local First Nations members say they don’t trust their drinking water. They’re...

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