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Vancouver's mayor says vacancy tax puts more rental homes on market

Vancouver has fewer vacant properties and the mayor is crediting the city's empty homes tax.

B.C. truck driver recovers from injuries after being run over by his own rig

QUESNEL, B.C. — A truck driver has been airlifted to a Vancouver hospital after being run over by his own transport truck in the B.C. Interior.
B.C. government to squeeze lawyers, legal costs out of public auto insurance

B.C. government to squeeze lawyers, legal costs out of public auto insurance

VANCOUVER — The British Columbia government is moving to curtail legal costs in the public auto insurance system by severely limiting the ability of injured people to sue at-fault drivers after a crash.

B.C. government reinstates special mediators in bitter forestry strike

VICTORIA — The British Columbia government has asked two mediators to try again to help find a resolution in the coastal forestry dispute, just days after they withdrew their services over a deadlock.

B.C. government reinstates special mediators in bitter forestry strike

VICTORIA — The British Columbia government has asked two mediators to try again to help find a resolution in the coastal forestry dispute, just days after they withdrew their services over a deadlock.

Uber lawyer says Surrey mayor 'unintelligible' in his opposition to ride-hailing

VANCOUVER — The position of a British Columbia mayor opposed to ride-hailing is "unintelligible" considering drivers are being denied business licences and then getting hit with $500 fines daily for operating without a licence, a lawyer for Uber Cana

Two dead after passenger vehicle and transport truck collide north of Kamloops

VANCOUVER — Two people have been killed in a crash along Highway 5 north of Kamloops, B.C. Police say both occupants of a passenger vehicle died in a head-on collision with a transport truck on Wednesday. RCMP Traffic Services Cpl.

No end in sight for B.C. forestry strike as mediators withdraw services

VANCOUVER — Efforts to end a bitter, seven-month strike by forestry workers on Vancouver Island hit another impasse as two mediators have pulled out.

Body of third man found after two others died when truck swept into B.C. river

SOOKE, B.C. — RCMP confirm the body of a third man has been pulled from a river on southern Vancouver Island, west of Victoria. A statement from Staff Sgt. Brett Sinden says the body was recovered Tuesday afternoon along the banks of the Sooke River.

Taxi companies ask B.C. court to put ride-hailing approval on hold in Vancouver

VANCOUVER — A judge has reserved her decision on whether the green light ride-hailing companies have to operate in Metro Vancouver should temporarily be turned red.