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Squamish Nation planning major housing development on lands near Kitsilano

Squamish Nation planning major housing development on lands near Kitsilano

The Squamish Nation is planning an enormous rental housing project on central Vancouver land it owns near the Burrard Bridge — and the city will have no legal authority over its development.
Guelph Storm stay alive against the London Knights

Guelph Storm stay alive against the London Knights

If you hopped into a time machine and went back to before the London Knights and the Guelph Storm started their OHL Western Conference semi-final series, you would hear all kinds of descriptions regarding what it was expected to be like.
Groundbreaking black hole photo was made possible by this 29-year-old MIT grad

Groundbreaking black hole photo was made possible by this 29-year-old MIT grad

How do you take a photograph of something that’s located 54 million light years away, has a mass 6.
2 injured, 1 in life-threatening condition, after Oshawa stabbing

2 injured, 1 in life-threatening condition, after Oshawa stabbing

Durham Regional Police say a person is in life-threatening condition and another victim is in stable condition after a stabbing in Oshawa Wednesday evening.
City to submit bid for operation of Hamilton’s central composting facility

City to submit bid for operation of Hamilton’s central composting facility

City council may have taken a step towards public operation of Hamilton’s central composting facility (CCF). Councillors have approved Ward 4 Coun.
Fake UCP signs add to Alberta election divisiveness

Fake UCP signs add to Alberta election divisiveness

The Alberta election campaign has seemed long for many voters and with one week left, angry divisiveness continues to run rampant between political parties. The latest fuel to the fire is a crop of fake signs attacking the United Conservative Party.
B.C. government insists on Class 4 licence for ridesharing drivers, but is it safer?

B.C. government insists on Class 4 licence for ridesharing drivers, but is it safer?

Ridesharing is still months away from becoming reality in B.C., but when the provincial government gets around to opening the door to companies like Uber and Lyft part of the requirement for operation will be drivers with a higher level of training.
Video allegedly shows Vancouver condo concierge swiping cash from renter’s underwear drawer

Video allegedly shows Vancouver condo concierge swiping cash from renter’s underwear drawer

First, a man in black enters an apartment on the 15th floor of a condo building in Vancouver’s Yaletown neighbourhood. Then he pulls white gloves out of his pockets.
Nearly 10,000 parking tickets handed out in first week of Calgary street sweeping

Nearly 10,000 parking tickets handed out in first week of Calgary street sweeping

While city crews have been busy sweeping winter dust and gravel from Calgary’s streets, so too have Calgary Parking Authority attendants — handing out almost 10,000 tickets in the first week.
2019 Edmonton Pride Festival cancelled due to ‘current political and social environment’

2019 Edmonton Pride Festival cancelled due to ‘current political and social environment’

It’s normally one of the most well-attended events in Alberta’s capital, but this year, the Edmonton Pride Festival won’t take place at all, according to an email sent out by organizers Tuesday afternoon.