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Ottawa moves to cap domestic wireless roaming rates charged by companies
Industry Minister James Moore says the government will make legislative changes to prevent wireless providers from charging customers of rival companies more than they charge their own customers for domestic roaming.
Tue Dec 17, 2013
Nanaimo Daily News
Landlords face pressure as rental market in Nanaimo loosens up
The report, for the period ending October, shows the vacancy rate at 6.7 per cent in Nanaimo, down from its peak of 8.3 per cent earlier this year, but still significantly higher than a few years ago, when it hovered near zero.
Royal Oui are family
Adrienne Pierce and Ari Shine, a.k.a. The Royal Oui, perform Dec. 19 at Electric Owl and Dec. 21 at the Prophouse Cafe.
Mon Dec 16, 2013
Seniors' art program coming in 2014
Pemberton Valley residents in their golden years will soon have even more recreational opportunities close to home through a new art program funded by the province.
Canadian 2013 home sales, prices look slightly stronger than expected: CREA
Canada's largest real estate association says this year is turning out better than expected and 2014 will be even stronger.
Sat Dec 14, 2013
Chilliwack's population increase second highest in B.C.
Chilliwack's working age population grew faster than the national average from 2006 to 2011 but not as fast as the 65-and-over set.
Fri Dec 13, 2013
North Shore News
The Royal Oui join forces on new sonic adventures
Scan photo with the Layar app to view videos of The Royal Oui performing live on the beach in Whytecliff Park and at the Biltmore Cabaret.
Lake Cowichan Gazette
Trying to find an apartment in Terrace? Good luck
It's harder to find an apartment or townhouse to rent in Terrace than it is anywhere else in the province.
Thu Dec 12, 2013
Pique News Magazine
Get in the spirit of giving with Christmas hamper program
But for financially restricted families, the pressures of the holiday season can be virtually unbearable, with seemingly nowhere to turn for help.
Save the forest
I am nineteen years old and I was born in Squamish in 1994. As you grow up, things tend to change, sometimes not for the better.
Relay for Life may face cancellation
One of the community's most popular fundraising events is threatened with cancellation in 2014 unless local volunteers step up to help with its organization.
Wed Dec 11, 2013
Fire hall, ice rink upgrades axed for '14
Squamish council this week decided to push back decisions about what to do with Fire Hall No.
Video: Between The Trees - Jeremy Norris and Pat Foster thread the needle in Squamish BC
Squamish offers a varied array of trails. From its manicured groomer-esque Half and Full Nelson trails, to old school rooty, rocky, primarily fall line trails such as Powersmart.
Tue Dec 10, 2013
Canadian politicians reflect ...
Tom Mulcair says it's important for Canada to "be a friend" to South Africa to help preserve Nelson Mandela's legacy.
Mon Dec 09, 2013
Santa in search of helpers
As snow covers the ground of our mountain town, it's a true sign that winter has started and the holiday season is just around the corner.
Fri Dec 06, 2013
The Globe and Mail
Emerging filmmakers showcase aboriginal pieces at Whistler Film Festival
Roseanne Supernault, pictured on December 5, 2013, is one of four fellows taking part in a new initiative at the Whistler Film Festival this year.
Snow geese flock from Siberia...
Tens of thousands of snow geese split their time between Russia's Wrangel Island and the marshes around Vancouver.
Thu Dec 05, 2013
The Globe and Mail
First Nations support for energy projects hinges on Ottawa changing its ways, PM told
Members of the Tsleil-Waututh, Squamish and Musqueam First Nations paddle in a traditional canoe during a Thanksgiving protest in North Vancouver, B.C., on Oct. 14, 2013.
Pique News Magazine
A beat chef who cooks up remixes of swing, bluesgrass and gospel
JPOD spends all week working on his music. On the weekend he tours. He has done this since quitting his part-time job as a software programmer in 2010 and turning to music full time.
Liquor policy changes spark concern
If the provincial government allows beer and wine on the shelves of supermarkets it will devastate private liquor stores, say the owners of independent Squamish outlets.