Skawahlook First Nation project stalled after province redirects funds

The Skawahlook First Nation in Agassiz, B.C. will not be able to expand trails in a local park — and it blames the B.C. government

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Bike thefts in Vancouver down 30% thanks to Project 529 registry, police say

Vancouver police say a bike registration pilot project has contributed to a 30 per cent drop in thefts — and is establishing the city

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Wind power developers upbeat about Alberta despite end of power project auctions

Panellists at a wind energy conference in Calgary say Alberta is still the best place in Canada to build renewable power projects despite the

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Hampstead to hold referendum on housing demolition project – Montreal

After months of debate, a referendum will be held on a contentious proposal to tear down an affordable housing complex and replace it with

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Developers want $13M from city for stalled Strathern Heights project

The owners of an Edmonton housing project, stalled for more than a decade, are asking the city for $13 million to redevelop the area

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Book translation project killed over Canada-China feud

University of the Fraser Valley professor Keith Thor Carlson was counting down the days until residents of China would be able to read about

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Feds explain why Project Forseti informant was ousted from witness protection – Saskatoon

Drug use and repeated visits to a strip club are among the reasons why Project Forseti informant Noel Harder was kicked out of the

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Kingston’s $180 million third bridge project is off to a slow start – Kingston

Kingston’s $180-million third bridge project appears to have slowed down. City officials said a few months ago that construction of the 1.1 kilometre crossing

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Tensions boil as residents continue fight against Hampstead demolition project – Montreal

Anger and frustration boiled over Monday evening at a public consultation in Hampstead, over a contentious zoning bylaw that would allow the demolition of

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New pilot project sees Drumheller hoodoos visitors pay for parking

Over 200,000 people from around the world made a stop at the hoodoos east of Drumheller, Alta., last year. The seven-metre tall natural sandstone

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