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  • Modernize privacy laws now, B.C. commissioner urges

    Laws protecting Canadians' privacy, access to information outdated, behind other nations Canada's various governments

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  • Work on $5 million Squamish sea dike to begin

    Council chose its preferred design in a split decision Design and permitting will soon start for a $5 million sea dike

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  • B.C. government grappling with multiple labour disputes by public-sector unions

    VANCOUVER — The British Columbia government faces a "difficult balancing act" in dealing with labour strife among public-sector unions representing

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  • New Statistics Canada study suggests decline in citizenship rate tied to income

    OTTAWA — Fewer newcomers from disadvantaged groups became Canadian citizens during a 10-year period that coincided with the previous Conservative

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  • Privacy of 28 million Canadians breached in past year

    Watchdog says it has seen number of data breach reports 'skyrocket' More than 28 million Canadians' privacy has been

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  • Nakajima helps Varsity Blues to USports bronze

    Defender made strides in first active season Whistler's Rena Nakajima was part of University of Toronto soccer history

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  • Supreme Court orders SLRD to reinstate permit for medical marijuana farm

    Court rules board unlawfully revoked building permit The Squamish-Lillooet Regional District has been ordered by the

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  • Black bear killed after twice being relocated from the village

    Adult male black bear displayed 'rapidly escalating defensive behaviour' and charged members of the public A black bear

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  • Budget proposes 2.8% property tax increase

    Water, sewer and other infrastructure take strong focus Another tax increase is in store for Whistlerites with next

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  • More Canadians would like to snuff out vaping, survey finds

    Plenty of things have happened since we last took a look at Canadian attitudes towards e-cigarettes. The curious devices that entered our conscience

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  • Teacher suspended for inappropriate messaging to student

    Teacher divulged personal information, sent drunken messages A B.C. teacher has been suspended and ordered to take a

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  • Whistler RCMP warn hikers after people were spotted standing on thin ice at Joffre Lakes this weekend

    The Whistler RCMP sent out a notice on Twitter today reminding people it's not worth risking their lives for a selfie.…

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  • It's Koop's call

    Squamish's Corey Koop reffing at the international level Though Corey Koop's career making headlines as a hockey player

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  • B.C. teachers reject mediator's recommendation to settle contract with employer

    Federation President Teri Mooring said the union remains committed to reaching a negotiated settlement and is seeking more dates for talks with the

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  • B.C. government overhauling real estate regulatory system

    In wake of industry's money-laundering investigations, the province's financial services authority will take over real estate regulatory oversight

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