Monday, April 23, 2018

Prince William, Duchess of Cambridge welcome baby boy


The Duchess of Cambridge entered a London hospital Monday and gave birth to her third child with husband Prince William, Britain's Kensington Palace says.

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'How can this still be going on?': Parents fed up with septic leak on school field

Anmore Green Estates

An months-long septic leak on a school field in a suburb of Metro Vancouver has some parents calling on regional officials to cooperate so the issue can get resolved.

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Real estate anxiety hits B.C. divorce court

Vancouver Real Estate

A real estate agent from West Vancouver has brought housing market uncertainty into his divorce proceedings, arguing a slowdown caused by government policies has made his family’s jet-setting lifestyle unsustainable.

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Sunday, April 22, 2018

Small aircraft makes emergency landing on Coquihalla Highway near Merritt

Plane on Coquihalla Highway April 22 2018

The province's Ministry of Transportation says the pilot had a mechanical failure, but was able to land without incident along the busy highway.

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Northern B.C. residents stage pro-pipeline rally in Fort. St. John


As B.C.'s provincial government prepares to head to court to clarify the province's jurisdiction over the Trans Mountain pipeline, over 100 people rallied in support of the project in the province's northeast Saturday.

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City of Vancouver makes formal apology to Chinese residents for historical discrimination

City of Vancouver formal apology historical discrimination Chinese residents

"This is an important day for Council and all Vancouverites to come together and recognize historical wrongdoings committed against Chinese people and to build a better future together," said Mayor Gregor Robertson.

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CIBC financial adviser 'stunned' that federal investigation found bank customers not widely upsold


A financial adviser for CIBC says her entire branch was 'disheartened' by a recent report by Canada’s banking regulator, that said it did not find widespread misselling to customers.

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