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Law society members voted 5,951 to 2,088 not to recognize Trinity Western University graduates.
The ridesharing company has neither confirmed nor denied the speculation.
Unresolved problems with the nearly-$200 million Compass Card system are behind the switch.
When Lucy DeCoutere decided to share her own story of alleged abuse by Jian Ghomeshi, she expected it would be greeted with backlash. But she has received a lot of support, including the Twitter hashtag #IBelieveLucy.
Humanetics has developed a 273 pound dummy to better reflect the weight of American drivers.
Industry dealings have cost B.C. royalties before the product has been pulled from the ground.
A memo from CBC's Heather Conway says the move follows "accounts of impropriety towards employees."
The feds are also boosting the universal child care benefit to $160 a month for kids under 6.
Residents hoped to scuttle a plan to turn a downtown hotel into a shelter.
The bus-based electronic readers aren’t fast or accurate enough when users tap out at the end of a fare.
Every Friday, Lynda Steele dips into the viewer mailbag to answer your questions. This week, Steele on Your Side investigates bulb burnout and combining Aeroplan points.
B.C.-based outdoor gear retailer MEC has unveiled a new, LEED-certified 112,000-square-foot campus in False Creek that features a rock-climbing area, rooftop garden and Crossfit gym.
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