West Coast Express services disrupted Thursday after mudslide on CP tracks

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The West Coast Express (WCE) commuter rail service on Thursday morning has been curtailed after a mudslide on Canadian Pacific’s (CP) railway tracks. The mudslide occurred late Wednesday...

Surrey crime spree leads to 70 charges for two men in just one month

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A crime spree investigated by the Surrey RCMP led to the arrest of two men, with 70 charges being laid against them in just a one month...

Over 250,000 Young People Are at Risk of Deportation When They Turn 21

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A lesser-known group of young people who grew up in the United States with immigration status—typically the children of noncitizens who entered the U.S. on temporary work...

Vulnerable Democrats Feel the Heat on Immigration Ahead of the Midterms

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Are vulnerable House Democrats starting to feel the heat ahead of the 2022 midterms? It looks that way. Polling reflects a consensus that Americans are souring on...

BC’s home values now worth 24% of Canada’s entire total

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British Columbia is, of course, the epicentre of Canada’s housing affordability crisis, and new data provides yet another indicator of how home prices are completely out of...

US man arrested, facing charges after 14-year-old was lured in Surrey

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A man in the United States has been arrested and is now facing charges related to a teen being lured in Surrey. Kevin McCarty, 35, was arrested on...

Aritzia donating $1M in coats for Giving Tuesday, partners with Lady Gaga

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Aritzia just made their biggest donation ever, this Giving Tuesday. The Vancouver-based clothing company is donating 4,000 of their warm winter coats, valued at over $1 million, to...

BC energy innovator General Fusion secures $130 million in funding round

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General Fusion has further solidified its position as another unicorn in the making, with today’s announcement that it has secured an oversubscribed USD$130 million in a new...

CBP’s Plan to Expand Data Collection of Individuals Before Arrival at the Border Leaves...

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U.S. Customs and Border Protection’s (CBP) plan to collect information from more individuals before they arrive at the border has raised questions about how the agency will...

Lawsuit: Fake Filings Clog H-1B Visa Lottery and Game the System

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The Department of Homeland Security is conducting a third lottery for H-1B visas this year after U.S.-based Indian managers allegedly sold multiple tickets to their countrymen. A...

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