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Ricky Ray throws for two TDs as Toronto Argonauts beat B.C. Lions

VANCOUVER - This time, the Toronto Argonauts did not squander a big lead....

posted: September 20,2014





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B.C. to tighten home inspection standards with new education requirements

VANCOUVER - By the end of next year, home inspectors will have to meet a standard set of professional criteria to be licensed in British Columbia....


Environmental group challenges port's approval of B.C. coal terminal

VANCOUVER - The environmental legal group Ecojustice is asking a court to overturn a decision by Port Metro Vancouver approving the construction of a coal-shipping terminal in Surrey, B.C....


Worth it? Weighing the B.C. teachers' conflict after ratification

VANCOUVER - With British Columbia's teachers' strike resolved, George Tso is shifting from stress to school-mode after three weeks using tutors and attempting to teach himself curriculum that will pave his way to university....


Police say man charged with second-degree murder in New Westminster knew victim

NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C. - A charge of second-degree murder has been laid against a man in connection with a death in New Westminster, B.C....


Man convicted in B.C. woman's Halloween-night death appealing murder sentence

ARMSTRONG, B.C. - The man convicted of killing an 18-year-old Armstrong, B.C., woman has filed an appeal of his first-degree murder conviction....


B.C. teachers ratify six-year contract, pull down pickets for school to start

VANCOUVER - Half a million British Columbia students will start their school year next week after the province's strike-weary public school teachers ratified a hard-bargained contract, despite strong feelings the deal falls short on...








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