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B.C. families adopting children from Japan hindered by visa trouble
Border officials argue B.C. man’s Facebook posts suggest he’s a security risk in Canada
Up to a quarter of seafood sold in Vancouver is mislabelled, study shows
Burnaby residents call for pipeline protest camps to be dismantled
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Fish farm decision looms for B.C. in light of Horgan’s ‘consent-based’ Indigenous consultations Subscriber content
BC’s proportional representation voting system options include two that are lesser known
British Columbia Liberal leadership candidate Christy Clark, centre, votes in favour of a motion to change to a weighted voting system during the B.C. Liberal Party Convention in Vancouver, B.C., on Saturday February 12, 2011. The party will elect a new leader to replace Premier Gordon Campbell on February 26, 2011.
Search continues for three missing First Nations fishermen off coast of Tofino, B.C.
Will people really die due to Trans Mountain pipeline protests? Gary Mason
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Vancouver lawyer awarded $1 in lawsuit over negative online review
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Documentary revisits 1958 collapse of Vancouver’s Second Narrows Bridge
Salmon-farm protester heckles B.C. Premier over wild stocks
Human feces did not fall from planes in B.C., Transport Canada says
RCMP will ‘thoroughly review’ Dudley inquest’s recommendations, after dying woman was not found for four days in 2008
Bystanders in Nanaimo, B.C., lifted car off woman’s chest, saving her life
Three missing after five thrown into water off Tofino, B.C., as boat sinks Subscriber content
Vancouver Police Department’s use of carding disproportionately targets Indigenous people
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