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CBC.ca

Several earthquakes strike off Vancouver Island, with no reports of damage
CBC.ca
CBC meteorologist and seismologist Johanna Wagstaffe said the earthquakes are a reminder that B.C. is in a "complicated" tectonic setting. British Columbia is located on the Pacific Ring of Fire, an active seismic zone where thousands of mostly small ...
Three consecutive earthquakes strike off Vancouver IslandThe Weather Network
3 Strong Earthquakes Strike Off Vancouver Island, British ColumbiaThe Epoch Times
British Columbians react to earthquakes striking coastDaily Hive
CTV News -U.S. News & World Report
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Vancouver Sun

BC Municipal Election Day: Kennedy Stewart elected Vancouver mayor
Vancouver Sun
Controversial mayoral candidate Hong Guo, a Richmond real estate lawyer who was accused of professional misconduct by the Law Society of B.C., looked set to come in fourth of the six candidates for mayor. Richmond election (results not final).
Newly elected mayor Kennedy Stewart makes case for ward system in VancouverThe Globe and Mail
Vancouver mayor-elect throws support behind city-approved pot shopsCBC.ca
Ken Sim not conceding Vancouver mayoral election, amid talk of recountGlobalnews.ca

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CBC.ca

Vancouver pot smokers have mixed experiences after legalization
CBC.ca
Cain is finding what he's looking for in the Vancouver dispensary market, but it's outside the bounds of the new laws, and for many in Vancouver, legalization has actually made cannabis harder to get. Most shops have closed while license applications ...


CNBC

Quake of magnitude 6.7 strikes off Canada's British Columbia
CNBC
There were no immediate reports of casualties or damage from the quake, which hit at a depth of 33 km (21 miles) about 190 km (117 miles) southwest of Port Hardy, a town on the northeast end of Vancouver island. There was no immediate tsunami warning.

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CBC.ca

Voter turnout drops for Vancouver municipal election
CBC.ca
After a hard-fought mayoral race in Surrey, turnout has been estimated at about 33 per cent, while about 32 per cent of eligible voters turned out to vote in Burnaby. Other estimated voter turnouts, calculated from numbers provided by Civic Info B.C ...

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Vancouver Sun

BC Election Results: Incumbents flourish in cities around BC
Vancouver Sun
2018 Municipal Election · British Columbia · kamloops · Kelowna · Osoyoos · Penticton · Prince George · Williams Lake · Victoria Election Results: Helps returns as mayor for a second term · Vancouver Election Results: Stewart wins nail-biter to become ...

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CBC.ca

Polls open across BC as voters cast ballots in municipal elections
CBC.ca
Polls are open in British Columbia today as voters cast their ballots in municipal elections across the province until 8 p.m. PT. CBC News will have full coverage throughout the day, including local radio specials in the evening, live coverage on ...
Heavy advance polling wasn't prelude to improvement in voter turnout for 2018 municipal electionsVancouver Sun
In Vancouver election dominated by housing, voters face a crowded ballot: 'Too many choices'The Globe and Mail

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Vancouver Is Awesome

Canadian rapper dies after falling off airplane wing in BC
Vancouver Is Awesome
The management team for a 34-year-old rap artist says the man fell to his death in British Columbia's north Okanagan while performing a stunt that included rapping while walking on the wing of a plane. A statement from the group that represents Jon ...
Rapper Jon James McMurray dead in parachuting accident in BCToronto Star

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Vancouver Sun

Proportional representation: The pros and cons of reforming BC's electoral system
Vancouver Sun
That means that voters in populous Metro Vancouver — where polls show higher support for proportional representation — could have a greater influence than those in other parts of B.C.. This time, voters are first asked to indicate whether they want ...
BC voters getting ballots on proposal to change electoral systemNanaimo News NOW (press release)

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