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Twinning of a section of the Trans Mountain pipeline previously completed in Jasper.

Kinder Morgan won’t disclose oil pipeline emergency plan

B.C. stymied on demands for Trans Mountain documents, province urged to pull out of NEB hearings

Twinning of a section of the Trans Mountain pipeline previously completed in Jasper.
The outside of a Target store next to Willowbrook Mall in Langley

Target to close all stores in Canada, including 19 in B.C.

U.S. retailer says profits too far away to continue, Canadian subsidiary files for creditor protection

The outside of a Target store next to Willowbrook Mall in Langley
Missing Women Inquiry Commissioner Wally Oppal at the December 2012 release of his report Forsaken on how the justice system failed the victims of serial killer Robert Pickton.

B.C. prosecutors shift stance on support for vulnerable witnesses

Change flows from handling of woman who escaped from serial killer Robert Pickton, Missing Women Inquiry recommendations

Missing Women Inquiry Commissioner Wally Oppal at the December 2012 release of his report Forsaken on how the justice system failed the victims of serial killer Robert Pickton.
MAP: Priciest properties of Victoria and Vancouver Island

MAP: Priciest properties of Victoria and Vancouver Island

Assessments are out and our map plots highest valued homes in the Capital and Island regions

MAP: Priciest properties of Victoria and Vancouver Island
Rossland nurse practitioner Patrice Gordon chops food for a rescued elephant while serving with the Red Cross in Sierra Leone.

Patient in Kelowna isolated for Ebola, initial test negative

Nurse practitioner Patrice Gordon of Rossland being tested, health officials highly confident Ebola not cause of symptoms

Rossland nurse practitioner Patrice Gordon chops food for a rescued elephant while serving with the Red Cross in Sierra Leone.
A new report titled Getting Serious About Crime Reduction is the result of a blue ribbon panel appointed by Justice Minister Suzanne Anton.

Lack of addiction treatment flagged by crime panel

Prolific crime tied to drugs, alcohol, mental health issues, report urges probe of 'predatory' recovery houses

A new report titled Getting Serious About Crime Reduction is the result of a blue ribbon panel appointed by Justice Minister Suzanne Anton.
Rich Coleman is the provincial government minister responsible for housing.

Rent controls here to stay, province says

Government rules out changes to formula capping rent hikes in B.C., sets maximum increase at 2.5 per cent for 2015

Rich Coleman is the provincial government minister responsible for housing.
Passengers on major routes between Vancouver Island and the Mainland will pay less now that BC Ferries is dropping its fuel surcharge.

BC Ferries ends fuel surcharge as oil falls

Extra 3.4 per cent charge eliminated as price of diesel falls, ferry corporation hedges its costs

Passengers on major routes between Vancouver Island and the Mainland will pay less now that BC Ferries is dropping its fuel surcharge.
Medical marijuana was supposed to be only available through new commercial producers as of April 1

Medical marijuana users score another win in court

Injunction upheld, challenge of the federal government's new rules set for February

Medical marijuana was supposed to be only available through new commercial producers as of April 1
Police can now search through a smartphone without a warrant in some circumstances.

Widened police power to search phones leaves many questions: SFU prof

Supreme Court of Canada decision draws privacy concerns, fails to reflect blurring line between phone and computer

Police can now search through a smartphone without a warrant in some circumstances.
Mary Ellen Turpel-Lafond is B.C.'s Representative For Children and Youth. Her latest report titled 'Who cares?' is critical of the province's handing of children in care with complex needs.

B.C. urged to end ‘shadow system’ of substandard foster care

New call for government action from children's representative Turpel-Lafond

Mary Ellen Turpel-Lafond is B.C.'s Representative For Children and Youth. Her latest report titled 'Who cares?' is critical of the province's handing of children in care with complex needs.
Missing Women Commissioner Wally Oppal handed down his recommendations two years ago.

Compensation flows to kids of missing women

Province issues final report in response to Oppal inquiry into investigation of serial killer Robert Pickton

Missing Women Commissioner Wally Oppal handed down his recommendations two years ago.
Dr. Bill Cavers is president of Doctors of B.C.

B.C. doctors reach deal with province on higher fees

Agreement gives physicians 5.5 per cent increase in compensation and incentives over five years

Dr. Bill Cavers is president of Doctors of B.C.
NDP agriculture critic Lana Popham is calling for an audit of Multi-Material BC.

NDP demands audit of Multi-Material BC

Opposition says MMBC undermines existing recyclers, depots, wants review by B.C.'s Auditor General

NDP agriculture critic Lana Popham is calling for an audit of Multi-Material BC.
Wait times for surgery in B.C. are being criticized in a new Fraser Institute report.

Surgical waits average five months in B.C.

Fraser Institute accuses province of lowballing wait times

Wait times for surgery in B.C. are being criticized in a new Fraser Institute report.
Dr. Danuta Skowronski is an epidemiologist with the B.C. Centre For Disease Control.

Flu vaccine less effective against mutant strain

B.C. Centre For Disease Control says some protection still better than none, flu season may be deadlier than usual for elderly

Dr. Danuta Skowronski is an epidemiologist with the B.C. Centre For Disease Control.
Financial abuse of seniors most often consists of pressure from family members

40 per cent of B.C. seniors financially abused: report

Family bigger fraud threat to seniors than scammers, according to Vancity findings on 'invisible crime'

Financial abuse of seniors most often consists of pressure from family members
RCMP officers dressed in formal red serge were often unarmed. That has changed in the wake of the Oct. 22 shooting of Cpl. Nathan Cirillo on Parliament Hill.

RCMP tightens volunteer security after Ottawa attack

Auxilliary protection stepped up, police officers in red serge will now always be armed due to RCMP policy change

RCMP officers dressed in formal red serge were often unarmed. That has changed in the wake of the Oct. 22 shooting of Cpl. Nathan Cirillo on Parliament Hill.
Trinity Western University aims to open its faith-based law school in 2016.

B.C. lawyers vote to overturn Christian law school recognition

Referendum goes against Langley's Trinity Western University over covenant limiting sex to traditional marriage

Trinity Western University aims to open its faith-based law school in 2016.
Drugs and a semi-automatic handgun seized by police from an Esquimalt home earlier this month.

Two gang associates face drug, firearms charges

Man arrested with guns in Esquimalt was under lifetime ban for shooting New Westminster police officers

Drugs and a semi-automatic handgun seized by police from an Esquimalt home earlier this month.