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The debate around development in West Vancouver — balancing housing and business needs with a desire to maintain the community’s waterfront charm — is front and centre in the upcoming municipal election.
The Canada Border Services Agency has spent more than two years trying to figure out who Mohsin Abdelwahep really is. Should he be free?
Advocates in the Lower Mainland are concerned about losing momentum in the fight against homelessness as they await a new slate of elected officials in many municipalities.
With less than three weeks before marijuana is legalized across Canada, many police services are still finalizing rules surrounding officers' consumption of cannabis. So far, Calgary is the only jurisdiction with a complete abstinence policy.
CBC News looks into the question burning a hole in your pocket: What are your odds of getting a parking ticket at an expired meter on a Sunday in Greater Vancouver? We filed Freedom of Information requests, crunched the numbers and found out how many meter readers take the day off across the lower mainland.
If you lend your car to a friend or family member, you might soon see a new charge from ICBC — or face the risk of large penalties if the borrower gets in a crash.
An education student at the University of Victoria has channeled his "passion for geography" into something he hopes will help people trying to travel across British Columbia without a car: a public transportation map based on the guides found on the London Underground subway system.