Laura Baziuk

B.C. activists look to direct democracy law to block Kinder Morgan pipeline

B.C. activists look to direct democracy law to block Kinder Morgan pipeline

Dogwood Initiative gathers signatures to try to trigger a province-wide referendum, similar to 2010 B.C. effort to get rid of HST.

B.C. activists look to direct democracy law to block Kinder Morgan pipeline
The arcade from the Queen of Oak Bay was removed last spring.

BC Ferries to remove arcades as ships come in for upgrades

Revenue has been 'dwindling' with the rise in personal devices

The arcade from the Queen of Oak Bay was removed last spring.
Surveillance footage taken at 68 Schooner Street in Coquitlam on July 26 shows two people appearing to dump a dog's body into the trash.

VIDEO: Dead dog thrown in Dumpster in Coquitlam

The BC SPCA trying to identify two people after a Boxer-cross that had apparently died of heat exposure was found in a Dumpster.

Surveillance footage taken at 68 Schooner Street in Coquitlam on July 26 shows two people appearing to dump a dog's body into the trash.
Vandals dump cans of paint inside new home

Vandals dump cans of paint inside new home

North Vancouver house was a week away from being move-in ready

Vandals dump cans of paint inside new home
Children and Family Development Minister Stephanie Cadieux

New funding to help B.C. parents deal with kids who have behaviour problems

Program aims to help parents become more confident dealing with aggression, defiance

Children and Family Development Minister Stephanie Cadieux
The Leviathan II capsized off Vargas Island near Tofino on Oct. 25

Survivors of Tofino whale-watching incident sue tour company

German brothers accuse Jamie's Whaling Station of negligence after Leviathan II capsized last fall, leaving six dead

The Leviathan II capsized off Vargas Island near Tofino on Oct. 25
BC Hydro said the temporary hike would be mean about an extra four dollars a month per customer.

BC Hydro applies to raise rates by four per cent

Utility points to recent slump in commodity prices and a government plan to allow mines to defer electricity costs to keep running

BC Hydro said the temporary hike would be mean about an extra four dollars a month per customer.