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Why LNG remains a coveted green solution STEWART MUIR
CHAD HIPOLITO For The Globe and Mail
DONE DEALS
Kitsilano condo owner cashes out spacious unit as prices soar
Inside Vancouver’s Barber House, an ode to the decadence of 1930s architecture
Engel & Volkers Vancouver
Two members of B.C. polygamous sect sentenced to jail in child bride case
THE CANADIAN PRESS
pipelines
How intervener status for B.C. could impact the Trans Mountain pipeline legal challenge​
Indigenous rights advocate to guide B.C. in Trans Mountain pipeline challenge
Lawyer Tom Berger is pictured in this Nov. 16, 2009, handout photo. More than 140 years after the guns were put away, the last battle in the rebellion that brought Manitoba into Confederation is about to be fought. Berger is the legendary aboriginal rights lawyer who will represent the Manitoba Metis Federation in its last legal attempt to right what it calls the betrayal of a generation of Metis children, who lost their land and birthright.
B.C. lawyer falls short in bid to test refugee rules
AP
B.C. officials consider closing vast part of backcountry due to wildfire risk
THE CANADIAN PRESS
HEALTH CARE
Ottawa, B.C. agree to audit three private clinics over double-billing
for The Globe and Mail
pipelines
B.C.’s NDP government to join legal challenges against Trans Mountain pipeline
REUTERS
B.C. officials probe ‘back burn’ started by firefighters that ranchers say destroyed land
THE CANADIAN PRESS
B.C. woman acquitted of human trafficking settles case over civil forfeiture
For The Globe and Mail
Ex-Vancouver School Board trustees fear new board could end up just as chaotic
The Globe and Mail
British Columbia looks to Portugal to combat opioid crisis
B.C. tourism officials starting to assess impact of wildfires
THE CANADIAN PRESS
BC Liberals’ new leader should be an outsider, former politician says
The Canadian Press

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