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Four resolutions will be before the Union of B.C. Municipalities convention to seek provincial government regulation of short-term rentals.
Municipal leaders will next month debate what to do about online accommodation booking services like Airbnb
Traffic up was up five per cent in 2015 and 24.5 per cent in July with the work on the Pattullo.
Statistics released for the first half of 2016 now show 371 people died in B.C. of illicit drug overdoses.
Kinder Morgan's controversial project gets NEB approval
Federal budget gets mixed reviews from Surrey leaders
Fraser Surrey Docks CEO still 'bullish' on coal, expects sagging price will eventually rebound
No further spraying of bacterial agent expected in 2016, but careful monitoring to continue in Surrey, Delta
David Black says his $22-billion proposal won't die with the apparently thwarted Northern Gateway pipeline.
Potentially dead Enbridge pipeline prompts Plan B to move bitumen
Anti-gang police release 2015 community report that shows there is double the amount of gang-linked murders compared to 2014.
Cloud Peak stops coal shipments through Westshore Terminals, critic says decision adds doubt for new Fraser Surrey Docks terminal
Riders had urged later SkyTrain runs but extended N19 hours create region's first 24-hour service
This election may decide whether Canada makes a historic leap toward marijuana reform.
TransLink's Compass card rollout accelerates, one-zone bus fares arrive
Conservatives declare Surrey rapid transit project 'ready' despite regional funding uncertainty
TransLink opts to minimize rehabilitation strategy on 80-year-old span, push for new bridge instead (WITH VIDEO)
Digital displays underscore time savings for those who pay to cross Port Mann Bridge