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Surrey vying for World’s Top Intelligent Community title

By Ray Hudson Surrey: Robert A. Bell, the co-founder of the Intelligent Community Forum, a New York-based think tank, was introduced this morning at Surrey...

Over half a billion bucks in property and drugs seized through...

Report Crime Anonymously with Crime Stoppers Vancouver: What do you do if you’ve just witnessed a crime, or become aware that criminal activity is going...

China mission connects B.C.'s technology sector

JAKARTA, INDONESIA: International Trade Minister Teresa Wat switched things up last week as she visited China’s Silicon Valley, opened doors for numerous B.C. companies...

B.C covers two curative hepatitis C drugs

VICTORIA: British Columbia is providing public drug plan coverage of two new, often curative, hepatitis C drugs effective March 24, 2015, announced Minister of...

6 shootings in 2 days – police says 4 of the...

Surrey: In the two days there have been six shootings in the Surrey and Langley area. The first shooting happened on March 10 at 4...

B.C. raises minimum wage 20 cents to $10.45; future increases tied...

The Canadian Press Vancouver: British Columbia is increasing its minimum wage by 20 cents to $10.45, three years after its last boost, the province announced...

Clement defends niqab ban at citizenship ceremonies, but not federal workplaces

The Canadian Press Ottawa: Treasury Board President Tony Clement says banning the wearing of face-covering veils during citizenship ceremonies is necessary to assert Canadian values...

Surrey RCMP officers support Pink Shirt Day

Surrey: On February 25th, Surrey RCMP officers visited local high schools across the city to raise awareness against bullying in support of Pink Shirt...

Container Trucking companies take Port Metro Vancouver to court

Ray Hudson Vancouver: Most of the trucking companies denied access to pick up and deliver containers at Port Metro Vancouver (PMV), following the port’s container...

Former B.C. man sues over ‘miscarriage of justice’ in wrongful conviction...

The Canadian Press Vancouver: A former British Columbia man whose sexual assault conviction was thrown out in what the Crown has called a ``miscarriage of...

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