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John Yap suggests that beer, wine and spirits should be made available in grocery stores but in a separate section of the retail outlet.
The stabbing death of a pit bull last week while being walked on Vancouver’s Kitsilano beach was tragic and could have been avoided.
According to the GCWI report, globally from 1993-2012 more than 530,000 people died as a result of 15,000 extreme weather events
Spanning a century of conflict, Harry’s story and Alicia’s story of trauma are hauntingly similar.
According to the Geological Survey of Canada, southwestern B.C. is at high risk with a 30 per cent chance of a significant earthquake
Sen. Duffy with his speech to an audience of jaw-dropped senators threw down the gauntlet for the expenses scandal at PM Harper’s feet.
Canada’s veterans are getting short-changed with the New Veterans Charter that was released in 2006 by Veterans Affairs Canada.
Each of the last three decades has been successively warmer at the Earth’s surface than any preceding decade since 1850.
Environment Canada announces that it will issue an emergency order to protect the endangered greater sage grouse.
Almost everyone has affection for Stanley Park with their own take on what makes it special.
Herpetologists are largely responsible pet owners. But when something goes wrong, as we saw in Cambellton, the outcome can be catastrophic.
When the tragic story of Lisa Gibson broke, it was a horrific reminder of the extremes of postpartum depression.
If you think it’s been hot and dry, well it has. This July has been the driest since 1960 with twice the number of hot days.
Despite the stereotypical image of addicts shooting up in grubby back alleys, there’s good news that overall illicit drug use is declining.
The devastating flooding in Alberta could have critical lessons for towns and cities located near rivers with subdivisions in flood zones.
A current fear is that the oceans could revert to the Precambrian world of 500 million years ago when jellyfish ruled.
The B.C. Liberal government may have rejected Enbridge’s Northern Gateway Pipeline proposal, bur the debate is far from over.
According to the Senate Conflict of Interest Code, senators cannot accept gifts or other benefits except compensation authorized by law.
Pollsters and pundits got one thing right last week. The election was the NDP’s to lose.
Governments don’t create jobs. They create the business environment to make jobs happen. Which is where leadership comes in.