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The Nimpkish is to be replaced with a larger ferry to serve the Bella Bella-Bella Coola route on the B.C. Central Coast.

BC Ferries projects now eligible for federal funds

Replacing the Nimpkish on the Bella Coola run and upgrading the Langdale terminal on the Sunshine Coast are top priorities

Installation of a fifth and sixth generating unit at Mica dam has taken eight years.

Dam expansion done as BC Hydro demand slumps

Four per cent rate increase expected next year to keep up with big maintenance, construction of Site C on the Peace River

Premier Christy Clark announces new programs at the province's inaugural technology summit in Vancouver.

Computer coding to start in Kindergarten

Programming introduction to begin next September, goal is to make it mandatory says Premier Christy Clark

Red Chris Mine in northwest B.C. began operation this summer after protests and multiple reviews of its tailings facility. It processes one of the world's largest copper-gold deposits, but low commodity prices threaten operation for this and other B.C. mines.

Hydro break proposed for struggling mines

Deferred electricity payments would be repaid with interest, Energy and Mines Minister Bill Bennett says

Red Chris Mine in northwest B.C. began operation this summer after protests and multiple reviews of its tailings facility. It processes one of the world's largest copper-gold deposits, but low commodity prices threaten operation for this and other B.C. mines.

New name for Canada’s largest Canadian-owned online classifieds company

Used.ca is headquartered in Victoria, BC and is a part of Black Press Community Media.

CRA glitch forces five extra days for income tax filing

May 5 income tax filing deadline posted in error will be honoured, federal government says

Flanked by taxi drivers and managers, NDP leader John Horgan calls for a huge increase in fines aimed at Uber and other web-based ride services.

Ride-sharing company spooks taxi firms

Transportation Minister Todd Stone wants all drivers licenced, NDP's John Horgan calling for fines up to $20,000 aimed at Uber

Flanked by taxi drivers and managers, NDP leader John Horgan calls for a huge increase in fines aimed at Uber and other web-based ride services.
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UsedVancouver.com sponsors 2013 Vancouver International Children’s Festival

The week-long cultural festival will take place from May 27 to June 2, 2013 on Granville Island, and expects over 30,000 attendees.

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Movement of average prices in Greater Vancouver since 1977. Note that average price statistics tend to be higher than the 'benchmark price', which tracks standardized properties.

Real estate gains uneven, prices peaked in April

Home prices up a few per cent in 2010 in most of Lower Mainland

Movement of average prices in Greater Vancouver since 1977. Note that average price statistics tend to be higher than the 'benchmark price', which tracks standardized properties.