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Two men face charges more than three years after Stanley Cup riot

VANCOUVER - Charges are still being laid against people accused of being involved in Vancouver's Stanley Cup riot more than three years after crowds looted stores, overturned cars and set fires....

posted: October 23,2014





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Dispute prompts new laws by B.C. government for container trucking industry

VICTORIA - The B.C. government is introducing new laws that it says will bring labour stability to the container trucking industry at Port Metro Vancouver....


IKEA announces end to 17-month lockout in B.C.; wage, benefit increases to workers

VANCOUVER - The 17-month-long lockout at IKEA's flagship store in Richmond, B.C., is over now that a new deal has been worked out between the company and union....


Minister's rejection of mine improper, Taseko lawyer tells Federal Court

VANCOUVER - The federal environment minister acted improperly in rejecting a $1.5-billion gold and copper mine proposed in British Columbia and the company deserves compensation for her alleged wrongdoing, says a lawyer for Taseko Mines...


B.C. legislature warned of heightened security concerns from Ottawa officials

VICTORIA - The clerk of British Columbia's legislature says some provincial politicians were warned this week about "heightened" security concerns in Ottawa in the days leading up to Wednesday's shootings on Parliament Hill and at the...


Victoria family triples in size as dad says 3 girls and boy doing well

VICTORIA - It took only about four minutes for a family in Victoria to triple in size....


Man taken into custody after 8-hour standoff with Vancouver police

VANCOUVER - A Vancouver man is being treated for mental disorder and minor injuries after an eight-hour standoff with police....








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