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Life on both sides of the protest line settles into routine
Burnaby NewsLeader - Tuesday November 25, 2014

Five days since Burnaby RCMP began enforcing a court injunction against protesters, each side has settled into a routine.

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Amrik Virk advised Kwantlen on secret executive bonus
Surrey North Delta Leader - Monday November 24, 2014

Advanced education minister admits he wrote emails, says it's up to Premier Christy Clark to decide if he stays in cabinet

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B.C. Federation of Labour votes to back transit referendum
BC Local News - Tuesday November 25, 2014

Unions on side with Yes campaign for new TransLink taxes expected next spring

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Sports

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Cory Schneider returns; Bo Horvat staying in NHL; Canucks to honour Pat Quinn
BC Local News - Tuesday November 25, 2014

Now an NHLer, Horvat will face off against the goalie Vancouver traded away to acquire him, at the 2013 NHL Entry Draft.

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Grey Cup: Jon Cornish returns to B.C. with a title shot
BC Local News - Tuesday November 25, 2014

Cornish and the Calgary Stampeders (15-3) will face the Hamilton Tiger Cats in the 102nd Grey Cup at Vancouver's BC Place.

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Another Ridge Rambler on to the NCAA
Maple Ridge News - Thursday November 20, 2014

The steady parade of Maple Ridge Ramblers basketball stars taking their place in the prestigious NCAA continues, as Jane Grisley...

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Vernon Christian Royals march to provincial semifinals
Vernon Morning Star - Sunday November 23, 2014

Vernon Christian Royals reach B.C. Senior A Boys Volleyball Championship semifinals for the first time in school history Friday.

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Why can’t everyone just pay for their own fun?
Cowichan News Leader Pictorial - Tuesday November 25, 2014

I voted “no” because I’d like my money to go to support things that are necessities, not luxuries

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Hallmark Heritage Society takes over Craigflower Schoolhouse
Victoria News - Friday November 21, 2014

New operating agreement with province will see society use the building for community heritage education

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Entertainment

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Ghomeshi withdraws lawsuit against CBC
BC Local News - Tuesday November 25, 2014

Ghomeshi reaches agreement with CBC, withdraws lawsuit against broadcaster

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Victoria poet wins Governor General's Award for Poetry
Victoria News - Friday November 21, 2014

Arleen Paré's fond memories of childhood summers at the lake in Montreal inspired her latest book, Lake of Two Mountains.

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In Theatres: Jennifer Lawrence returns with 'The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part I'
BC Local News - Friday November 21, 2014

Lawrence reprises her role as Katniss Everdeen in the third film of Suzanne Collins' series. Here's what the Internet has to say...

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Lifestyles

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Haida Gwaii named 'Top 20' trip for 2015 by National Geographic
BC Local News - Friday November 21, 2014

The B.C. island area is one of the best places to visit in the world this New Year, along with Medellin, Taipei, and Buddhist Japan.

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Part 1: The mushroom madness
Sooke News Mirror - Wednesday November 19, 2014

Greenman of Sooke talks about the delectable fungus

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Vienna in Vancouver: Downtown Christmas Market returns for 2014
BC Local News - Tuesday November 18, 2014

The Bavarian (mostly German) holiday festival will celebrate its 5th year in Vancouver, with beer, pretzels, and the uber popular carousal.

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Opinion

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Liquor changes could push up prices
BC Local News - Tuesday November 25, 2014

Good news: private and public B.C. stores get the same liquor tax mark-up starting April 1. Bad news: it's as much as 124%

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LETTER: Government spying bill?
Nelson Star - Tuesday November 18, 2014

Peter MacKay’s “Online Spying” Bill C-13 will enable authorities to monitor the private lives of innocent Canadians.

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COLUMN: Oh, the headlines that might have been
Peace Arch News - Wednesday November 19, 2014

Some civic elections start with a whimper; White Rock's began with a roar, writes Peace Arch News editor Lance Peverley.

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