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Bavarians at the gate: Strike up the oom-pah band for a trip to Leavenworth

Surreal Washington State tourist town leaves East Vancouver traveller scratching his Nutcracker

Protests hurt confidence in Hong Kong: observers

Airport shutdown is ‘huge signal’ to international business, some analysts say

Ride-hailing services to face price restrictions in B.C. but no caps on fleet size

What happened: Passenger Transportation Board has clarified rules for ride-hailing, ranging from pricing to boundaries Why it matters: While a number of operators have announced plans to work in...

Twitter, Facebook suspend hundreds of Chinese accounts for 'coordinated' anti-protest messages

Major social media networks Facebook Inc. and Twitter Inc. said it has found hundreds of accounts originating in China that tried to “sow political discord” - including attempts at “undermining the...

Fort St. John sees real estate uptick post-LNG approval

Biggest retail development underway as home sales and prices improve nine months after liquefied natural gas terminal received final investment decision

Vancouver has Canada’s least affordable rental market – again

Average rent for a two-bedroom apartment in the city hits $3,000: Rentals.ca

Editorial: Insights on increased BC Hydro oversight

There's more public oversight ahead for BC Hydro operations, but its financial outlook remains decidedly mixed. As illustrated in the power utility’s recent third-quarter financials, domestic sales...

You can get an In-N-Out Burger in Metro Vancouver on one day in September

It’s a special day for Metro Vancouverites who love SoCal’s classic In-N-Out Burger and classic cars. The U.S. chain will once again be slinging burgers for the masses in what is their only...

Statistics Canada releases a bong full of new cannabis data

Men consume cannabis more than women; 42% of cannabis consumers still buy at least some from the black market

Struggling Nisga’a community claims it was ‘devastated’ after builder failed to deliver tourist centre

The Nisga’a Village of Gitwinksihlkw (NVG) is suing modular building producer Westcoast Outbuildings Inc., its CEO, Geoff Baker, and its CFO, Laura-Lee Normandeau, claiming the community was...

Sober-minded Trudeau tale dodges dirt and sticks to the facts

The political book has been reshaped in the last quarter-century, for better and for worse, by the inner-working explorations of high-profile journalists like Bob Woodward and Michael Wolff. Their...