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Surrey man accused of running a terror training camp has written a letter to Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, asking for help to clear his name.
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The B.C. Lottery Corp. is once again testing the appetite of local governments for new casinos South of the Fraser and on the North Shore.
BCLC is inviting Surrey, Delta and the Tsawwassen First Nation to submit expressions of interest by July 15 if they'd consider a new casino or community gaming centre.
And the same pitch is being made on North Shore to North Vancouver City, North Vancouver District, West Vancouver, the Squamish Nation and Tsleil Waututh Nation.
Surrey, Delta and TFN invited to apply, along with North Shore cities and first nations
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Metro Vancouver politicians are expected to ask the federal government to conduct its own environmental assessment of the proposed new bridge to replace the Massey Tunnel, potentially with tougher scrutiny than the one already started by the B.C. government.
So far province is reviewing its own project, Richmond mayor says B.C. government is 'heavily invested' in tunnel replacement
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The B.C. government is carefully watching Edmonton's solution to Uber as it considers how to make room for ride-hailing apps here while preserving a role for existing taxis.
"What Edmonton has done helps to feed the process here in British Columbia," said Communities Minister Peter Fassbender, who the premier has sent to consult with municipalities, the taxi industry and others as the province mulls potential reforms.
Fassbender starting 'robust' reform consultations on sharing economy, working with taxi industry
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Variable speed limits have now been activated with electronic signs to enforce reduced speeds during bad weather along stretches of the Sea-To-Sky Highway, the Coquihalla and Highway 1 near Revelstoke.
Reduced limit will be tailored to weather on sections of Sea-to-Sky Highway, Coquihalla and Highway 1 near Revelstoke
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Less than a year after Metro Vancouver voters defeated a proposed 0.5 per cent regional sales tax for TransLink, area mayors are in secretive talks with the province to approve a new funding source to finance billions of dollars in transit expansion.
Metro Vancouver mayors in closed door talks with TransLink Minister Peter Fassbender on how to fund transit expansion
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The B.C. government is trimming its film tax credits for foreign movie, TV and game makers after warning the annual costs for taxpayers to subsidize their work was threatening to grow exponentially to unjustifiable levels.
Subsidies for film, digital productions were reaching 'unsustainable' levels, says Finance Minister Mike de Jong
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Communities Minister Peter Fassbender shed more light in a Friday meeting with Metro Vancouver politicians on how the B.C. government may give ride-hailing app Uber room to operate without an unfettered free-for-all that could wipe out the taxi industry.
Communities minister talks ride-sharing reform challenge with Metro Vancouver politicians
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TransLink might yet require bus passengers to tap out with their Compass cards, according to acting CEO Cathy McLay.
TransLink abandoned the bus tap out requirement last fall and switched all bus fares to one zone – giving an instant break to passengers who used to pay more on bus routes that cross two or three zones.
One-zone buses defended for Compass launch, but CEO says policy change still possible as system improves
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  • Black Press
    Regional Reporter - Lower Mainland, 2005 - present
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Regional reporter for Black Press in the Lower Mainland
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Canadian, resident of Metro Vancouver, B.C. Print newspaper reporter with Black Press based at the Surrey Leader.

Interested in how old media news hounds can learn new media digital tricks.
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  • Langara College
    Journalism, 1987 - 1989
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