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Editor: I am writing Richmond council to improve public funding of our animal shelter. Currently, minimal public funds go towards animal protection. Incidents such as the Whistler dog slaughter are...
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2014/10/30 23:37
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Katelyn Bridge, Jenna Brace, Jordan Fabricius, Jordan D’or and Brock Geddes will be travelling to Simon Fraser University for The Clan International Wrestling Tournament in Burnaby. “There’s going to...
2014/10/30 23:22
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The Lake City Secondary Falcons senior boys’ soccer team will compete at the 2014 Provincial Soccer Championships. The Falcons hosted the North Central ‘AAA’ Zone Championships last weekend in...
2014/10/30 21:30
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Their offense struggled, but scoring from the defense and special teams have handed the Seaquam Seahawks the victory that has clinched a playoff berth. The Seahawks blanked the Frank Hurt Hornets 9-0...
2014/10/30 19:30
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The Vancouver Giants did to the Valley West Hawks what they’ve been doing to all BC Major Midget League opposition this season – handing them a pair of losses. The Hawks, riding a six-game win...
2014/10/30 18:09
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Incumbent school trustee Harman Pandher of the Burnaby Citizens Association (BCA) couldn't believe what he was hearing. While doorknocking last week, the Asian family who answered asked him if it was...
2014/10/30 17:09
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Ask council candidate Nick Kvenich his thoughts about transportation issues in the city and the first thing that comes to mind is a high-occupancy vehicle lane on a stretch of Willingdon Avenue. "I...
2014/10/30 16:30
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ICST Pegasus continues to roll through the competition in the Vancouver Metro Soccer League. They improved their record to 8-0-0 (won-tied-lost) with a one-sided 3-0 win over Columbus FC last...
2014/10/30 02:39
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Legal challenges to proposed massive energy developments in British Columbia are increasing with new actions threatening to entangle both B.C. Hydro’s Site C dam and Trans Mountain’s pipeline...
2014/10/30 02:18
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At the 33rd edition of the Clash@The Cascades no one was disappointed and the hype around the show was justified — the crowd of 300-plus was very enthusiastic. The B.C. Heavyweight Title fight was up...
2014/10/30 01:57
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The reburial of ancient aboriginal remains at South Slocan this year has led a prominent local Sinixt woman to resign her position and cut ties with a longtime associate. Marilyn James is unhappy...
2014/10/30 00:59
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... men play instruments as they perform a traditional dance late on October 28, 2014 during a festival in the...
2014/10/30 00:28
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What was once a swank sanctuary for New Westminster's elite has been transformed into a bright, welcoming oasis of support for developmentally disabled people. The Community Living Society (CLS)...
2014/10/30 00:10
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What were originally thought to be cougar sightings at Deer Lake Park have now been deemed to be a bobcat, says Burnaby's parks department. The first sightings were reported early in the spring,...
2014/10/29 23:21
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In what’s believed to be a Canadian first, a child sexual assault complainant will be allowed to have a police dog act as her “support person” during testimony. Crown prosecutor Rosalind Greenwood...
2014/10/29 23:16
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Longer than recommended waits for colonoscopies are a significant problem for B.C. health authorities since the rollout of a province-wide cancer screening program, Health Minister Terry Lake admitted...
2014/10/29 22:10
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Kinder Morgan is considering its next steps after crews attempting to carry out geotechnical survey work on Burnaby Mountain Wednesday morning were rebuffed by protestors. The pipeline company was...
2014/10/29 22:10
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The ever-present childcare shortage could soon be eased in Burnaby after city council approved a plan to build up to 12 such facilities at local schools. On Monday, council approved a memorandum of...
2014/10/29 21:55
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Rising property taxes charged by B.C. municipalities have mainly gone to cover higher labour costs, rather than expanding civic services, according to an analysis by the Canadian Taxpayers...
2014/10/29 21:40
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For four years now, the energy giant Chevron has been diverting dollars it takes in at the pump to help power children’s minds. The company has focused specifically on improving instruction in...
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