Wesmont brings strata industrial to space-hungry B.C. markets | RENX

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John Tilstra, founder and CEO of Wesmont Properties. (Courtesy Wesmont) A prime 5.13-acre greenfield site in Langley, B.C. will finally be developed after being acquired last year by...

More seats likely as BC NDP proposes changes to electoral riding rules

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Breadcrumb Trail Links Politics News Local News The proposed bill will give the Electoral Boundaries Commission the power...

Richmond Hill couple fights with insurance company to repair damage to vehicle that was...

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Your car was stolen off your driveway. You want it returned — but be careful what you wish for.If the car was in pristine condition, it could...

The Great Patriarch of Vancouver’s Chinatown, and the Unique Building He Left Behind

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The large Victorian-style structure at 51 East Pender Street has particular parts of its facade that are intriguing to locals: the raised, thickly painted digits that mark...

Top professional organizations post slow but stable growth – Human Resources & Education

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British Columbia’s largest professional organizations have reported sluggish growth during the last year and over the past five years. The median number of members at British Columbia’s top...

New Burke Mountain townhouse site set for release

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Coquitlam has brought to market another townhouse site on beautiful Burke Mountain: 2.6 hectares (6.4 acres) in size, walking distance to the future Burke Mountain Village, fully-serviced...

Tyler Motte nominated for the Bill Masterton Memorial Trophy

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Breadcrumb Trail Links Vancouver Canucks Sports NHL Hockey Vancouver Canucks winger Tyler Motte is one of...

BCNU Marks National Nursing Week – FVN

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Posted By: Don Lehn May 10, 2021 Burnaby – Monday May 10 marks the start of National Nursing Week. This week will be a celebration of the nursing profession,...

Vancouver Weather: Mix of sun and cloud

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Breadcrumb Trail Links Local News Metro Vancouver can expect some sunshine today and for most of the week. Author of...

U.N. committee to consider racism complaint of N.S. Mi’kmaq fishers against Ottawa – Halifax

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A United Nations committee on racial discrimination is asking the federal government to respond to allegations it committed racist actions in its treatment of Mi’kmaq lobster fishers...

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