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1 Based on the online RSS feed of Daughter of mysterious developer on way out as president of Liberal party group Urgent discussions were held over the weekend to address a leadership dilemma within the Young Liberal Party of Canada in B.C. NEXT: Hells Angels, bikers gather for opening of new Greater Victoria clubhouse More real-time presentations at Generated on May 05, :04 (UTC time)

2 Based on the online RSS feed of Hells Angels, bikers gather for opening of new Greater Victoria clubhouse Between 100 and 150 motorcyclists from the Hells Angels and other clubs rolled into Langford on Saturday for the opening of what police are calling Greater Victorias first biker clubhouse. NEXT: Majority of Canadians lack full understanding of sexual consent, poll finds More real-time presentations at Generated on May 05, :04 (UTC time)

3 Based on the online RSS feed of Majority of Canadians lack full understanding of sexual consent, poll finds TORONTO - An online poll commissioned by the Canadian Women's Foundation suggests most Canadians are lacking knowledge about the definition of sexual consent. NEXT: Mayor Robertson's house in Kitsilano on the market for nearly $1.8 million More real-time presentations at Generated on May 05, :04 (UTC time)

4 Based on the online RSS feed of Mayor Robertson's house in Kitsilano on the market for nearly $1.8 million Vancouver Mayor Gregor Robertson has put his Kitsilano home up for sale for close to $1.8 million. Realtor David Tung confirmed the 1,665-square-foot duplex at 1645 Stephens St. was put on the market Monday afternoon. NEXT: Expert sounds warning on Facebook vanishing challenge called Game of 72 More real-time presentations at Generated on May 05, :04 (UTC time)

5 Based on the online RSS feed of Expert sounds warning on Facebook vanishing challenge called Game of 72 Parents need to stay up to the minute on their kids computer habits, warns a Vancouver- based expert on online awareness, as a potentially dangerous Facebook challenge called Game of 72 gains popularity. NEXT: Convictions upheld for men who murdered Maple Ridge’s Jassi Sidhu in India More real-time presentations at Generated on May 05, :04 (UTC time)

6 Based on the online RSS feed of Convictions upheld for men who murdered Maple Ridge’s Jassi Sidhu in India The Indian Supreme Court has upheld the convictions of three men in the murder of B.C. woman Jassi Sidhu even as the fate of the alleged masterminds of the so-called honour killing remain in Canada. NEXT: Jury in bomb-plot trial sees video showing effects of explosive device More real-time presentations at Generated on May 05, :04 (UTC time)

7 Based on the online RSS feed of Jury in bomb-plot trial sees video showing effects of explosive device A jury has watched footage of what might have happened if a pair of accused terrorists had succeeded in an alleged plot to bomb the B.C. legislature. NEXT: Hells Angels associate abandons appeals of manslaughter conviction and sentence More real-time presentations at Generated on May 05, :04 (UTC time)

8 Based on the online RSS feed of Hells Angels associate abandons appeals of manslaughter conviction and sentence One of three Hells Angels associates appealing their convictions for manslaughter in the brutal slaying of Kelowna dad Dain Phillips is abandoning his appeal. On Tuesday, Crown counsel John Gordon told a panel of the B.C. Court of Appeal that Daniel McRae also was declining to proceed with an appeal of his five-year jail term. NEXT: $10,000 reward offered: Prison escapee a suspect in two bank robberies in Surrey More real-time presentations at Generated on May 05, :04 (UTC time)

9 Based on the online RSS feed of $10,000 reward offered: Prison escapee a suspect in two bank robberies in Surrey A prison escapee suspected in a couple of attempted bank robberies has a bankers association offering a $10,000 reward for his arrest. Shawn Merrick, a 43-year-old Surrey man who escaped from a minimum-security institution at the end of March, was serving a sentence for second-degree murder and several robberies. NEXT: The Fans’ Verdict: How you rated the Canucks’ season More real-time presentations at Generated on May 05, :04 (UTC time)

10 Based on the online RSS feed of The Fans’ Verdict: How you rated the Canucks’ season The most significant advantage youth has over age is hope. And, it seems, Canuck fans are looking for a whole lot more hope in the lineup. NEXT: Canadian tourists warned to limit movements, remain vigilant in Mexico More real-time presentations at Generated on May 05, :04 (UTC time)

11 Based on the online RSS feed of Canadian tourists warned to limit movements, remain vigilant in Mexico Canada's embassy In Mexico has issued a warning to tourists following a wave of recent attacks by a drug cartel in the western state of Jalisco. NEXT: B.C. firefighters return from grim devastation of Nepal earthquake More real-time presentations at Generated on May 05, :04 (UTC time)

12 Based on the online RSS feed of B.C. firefighters return from grim devastation of Nepal earthquake On their third day in earthquake-stricken Nepal, a bus of volunteer firefighters wound around hills and hairpin turns on a makeshift single-lane road through rural villages pancaked by the disaster. NEXT: ‘Hello, I’m Pope Francis': Ailing man hangs up on pontiff thinking call is a prank More real-time presentations at Generated on May 05, :04 (UTC time)

13 Based on the online RSS feed of ‘Hello, I’m Pope Francis': Ailing man hangs up on pontiff thinking call is a prank Vatican newspaper L'Osservatore Romano says earlier this week, Francis dialed an ailing Italian man to comfort him NEXT: Surrey school district says thanks but no thanks to Fraser Institute’s recognition More real-time presentations at Generated on May 05, :04 (UTC time)

14 Based on the online RSS feed of Surrey school district says thanks but no thanks to Fraser Institute’s recognition Across the province, 50 elementary schools have shown marked improvement in academic performance compared to five years ago, according to the Fraser Institute. The were led by Alice Brown, a public elementary school in Langley, and Beaver Creek, a public elementary school in Surrey, in the Fraser Institutes annual report card on 978 public and independent schools in B.C., released on Monday. NEXT: When natural disaster strikes B.C., you’d better have a 72-hour plan More real-time presentations at Generated on May 05, :04 (UTC time)

15 Based on the online RSS feed of When natural disaster strikes B.C., you’d better have a 72-hour plan When a natural disaster strikes, as Emergency Preparedness Week is currently reminding us is possible, probably the single most important thing to have is a plan. Thats the perspective of Capt. Brian Hutchinson, public information officer for the Vancouver fire and rescue service. NEXT: Mystery solved: Mom searching for man she kissed on a dare during Boston Marathon finds … his wife More real-time presentations at Generated on May 05, :04 (UTC time)

16 Based on the online RSS feed of Mystery solved: Mom searching for man she kissed on a dare during Boston Marathon finds … his wife Tatge says The Wellesley Townsman, a Boston-area news outlet, passed on a letter addressed to her Sunday after the campaign generated nationwide attention NEXT: Hero dog who stood guard over B.C. crash victim for 40 hours honoured with special award More real-time presentations at Generated on May 05, :04 (UTC time)

17 Based on the online RSS feed of Hero dog who stood guard over B.C. crash victim for 40 hours honoured with special award A devoted dog who stood protectively by his injured master for 40 hours has been recognized with a special award. NEXT: Driving: Surprising facts about the dark side of tinted windows More real-time presentations at Generated on May 05, :04 (UTC time)

18 Based on the online RSS feed of Driving: Surprising facts about the dark side of tinted windows When it comes to the legality of tinted windows, many drivers continue to be in the dark. NEXT: Dave Goldberg’s deadly fall on a treadmill highlights safety concerns in the smartphone age More real-time presentations at Generated on May 05, :04 (UTC time)

19 Based on the online RSS feed of Dave Goldberg’s deadly fall on a treadmill highlights safety concerns in the smartphone age The SurveyMonkey exec and husband to Sheryl Sandberg died in Mexico Monday from blood loss as a result of the fall NEXT: Supply not meeting demand in Vancouver’s red-hot real-estate market More real-time presentations at Generated on May 05, :04 (UTC time)

20 Based on the online RSS feed of Supply not meeting demand in Vancouver’s red- hot real-estate market Buyers continued to snatch up homes in Metro Vancouver last month, and realtors are warning that the regions real estate demand is outpacing the supply. The number of all types of residential property sales last month was up 37 per cent over April 2014 to 4,179, according to the Real Estate Board of Greater Vancouver. Meanwhile, the number of new listings was down 0.9 per cent compared to a year earlier. NEXT: Australia to tackle high housing prices with fines, jail for illegal foreign home purchases More real-time presentations at Generated on May 05, :04 (UTC time)

21 Based on the online RSS feed of Australia to tackle high housing prices with fines, jail for illegal foreign home purchases Australia will jail foreigners who purchase homes illegally as the government seeks to slow a surge in house prices, Prime Minister Tony Abbott said. NEXT: Semi-trailer plunge off Highway 99 east of Pemberton leaves one dead More real-time presentations at Generated on May 05, :04 (UTC time)

22 Based on the online RSS feed of Semi-trailer plunge off Highway 99 east of Pemberton leaves one dead One person is dead after a semi-trailer veered off Highway 99 east of Pemberton and plunged down an embankment. Whistler-Pemberton RCMP said the single-vehicle crash occurred Monday about two kilometres north of the In-SHUCK-ch Forest Service Road. NEXT: Judge adjourns sentencing hearing in Richmond brothel-beating case More real-time presentations at Generated on May 05, :04 (UTC time)

23 Based on the online RSS feed of Judge adjourns sentencing hearing in Richmond brothel-beating case A sentencing hearing for three men involved in beating up and stealing from a Richmond brothel operator has been adjourned because the judge had concerns about the recommended sentence. Isaac Lee, Thomas Vu and Xiaoxi Yang pleaded guilty in February, on the first day of their trial, to one count each of theft and assault causing bodily harm. They were initially facing six charges each. NEXT: Problem house in Chilliwack has neighbours fed up and looking to sell More real-time presentations at Generated on May 05, :04 (UTC time)

24 Based on the online RSS feed of Problem house in Chilliwack has neighbours fed up and looking to sell The grey and white house on Rotary Street in Chilliwack has been a problem for years, but in the last two months crime and violence stemming from the property have escalated and neither police nor the city are doing anything about it, said neighbours. Neighbours have endured brawls, yelling, suspected drug dealing and sketchy characters coming in and out at all hours. NEXT: Fraser Surrey Docks seeks public input concerning coal-handling proposal More real-time presentations at Generated on May 05, :04 (UTC time)

25 Based on the online RSS feed of Fraser Surrey Docks seeks public input concerning coal-handling proposal Fraser Surrey Docks is seeking feedback as it considers loading coal directly onto ships from a proposed coal export terminal in Surrey instead of transporting it on barges to Texada Island, where it would be loaded onto ocean-going vessels. The company announced Monday its considering amending its proposal for a coal-export terminal on the banks of the Fraser River. NEXT: ‘One week no school': Ontario parents threatening to pull their kids from classes to protest sex-ed changes More real-time presentations at Generated on May 05, :04 (UTC time)

26 Based on the online RSS feed of ‘One week no school': Ontario parents threatening to pull their kids from classes to protest sex-ed changes A group called 'Parents & Students on strike: one week no school' is encouraging parents who oppose the 2015 sex-ed curriculum to keep their kids at home NEXT: Murderer serving life sentence dies in Abbotsford hospital More real-time presentations at Generated on May 05, :04 (UTC time)

27 Based on the online RSS feed of Murderer serving life sentence dies in Abbotsford hospital A convicted murderer in his late 70s has died in an Abbotsford hospital. David Wild killed his lover in 1986 in Vancouver and was found six days later in Keremeos, with her body in his car. The 78-year-old had been serving a life sentence for second-degree murder. NEXT: Homicide police investigate suspicious West Vancouver death More real-time presentations at Generated on May 05, :04 (UTC time)

28 Based on the online RSS feed of Homicide police investigate suspicious West Vancouver death A 54-year-old man has been arrested after what police are calling a suspicious death in a West Vancouver home. Police say a violent confrontation occurred at a residence in the 900-block King Georges Way in the tony British Properties Saturday night. NEXT: Why more of us in Metro Vancouver are raising a stink about bad smells More real-time presentations at Generated on May 05, :04 (UTC time)

29 Based on the online RSS feed of Why more of us in Metro Vancouver are raising a stink about bad smells East Vancouver resident Blair Redlin and his neighbours are wary of inviting friends for a barbecue on a hot summer day. Those may be the days when West Coast Reduction, a nearby rendering plant, bathes their Grandview-Woodland neighbourhood in a smell so foul that eating from an outdoor grill is unthinkable. Redlin, who has lived in his East Georgia Street house since 1991, says bad smells remain an ongoing, intermittent presence despite the companys insistence that its getting better at controlling them. NEXT: House of Commons to hold final vote on anti-terror bill Tuesday More real-time presentations at Generated on May 05, :04 (UTC time)

30 Based on the online RSS feed of House of Commons to hold final vote on anti- terror bill Tuesday The federal governments controversial anti-terror legislationis set to pass in the House of Commons Tuesday on awhirlwind journey into the law books by the time Parliament recesses in June. Since Bill C-51was tabled Jan. 30, ithas been fought over like few other government bills. The Opposition NDP, supported by the Green Party, have attacked it [] NEXT: Patients of unlicensed Surrey dentist warned of disease risk More real-time presentations at Generated on May 05, :04 (UTC time)

31 Based on the online RSS feed of Patients of unlicensed Surrey dentist warned of disease risk A health authority is warning about an unlicensed Surrey dentist whose patients may be in danger of contracting diseases such as HIV or hepatitis B and C. NEXT: If you’re in a rural area and in need of emergency care, you’d be better off in Quebec than Ontario or B.C.: study More real-time presentations at Generated on May 05, :04 (UTC time)

32 Based on the online RSS feed of If you’re in a rural area and in need of emergency care, you’d be better off in Quebec than Ontario or B.C.: study Rural emergency departments in Ontario have dramatically fewer CT scans, specialists and nearby intensive-care units than those in Quebec, suggests a new study NEXT: Smyth: Ugly, expensive legal war between teachers and B.C. gov't hasn’t ended yet More real-time presentations at Generated on May 05, :04 (UTC time)

33 Based on the online RSS feed of Smyth: Ugly, expensive legal war between teachers and B.C. gov't hasn’t ended yet When the B.C. government stripped class-size and composition limits out of the teachers union contract in 2002, a young education minister stood in the legislature to defend the move. NEXT: How to avoid repair-shop ripoffs More real-time presentations at Generated on May 05, :04 (UTC time)

34 Based on the online RSS feed of How to avoid repair-shop ripoffs While there are countless legitimate and honestly run service departments, a few exceptions can become expensive nightmares. NEXT: Four dogs inducted into Purina Animal Hall of Fame for heroism More real-time presentations at Generated on May 05, :04 (UTC time)

35 Based on the online RSS feed of Four dogs inducted into Purina Animal Hall of Fame for heroism TORONTO - A dog who pulled his injured owner 400 metres to safety from a frozen lake and another who protected a teen for two days in the woods are among this year's Purina Animal Hall of Fame inductees. NEXT: Trapped in his garden, 101-year-old man rescued alive from rubble of Nepali quake More real-time presentations at Generated on May 05, :04 (UTC time)

36 Based on the online RSS feed of Trapped in his garden, 101-year-old man rescued alive from rubble of Nepali quake Tamang is so old, he has lived through two such devastating quakes. But he barely remembers the 1934 temblor that hit with a magnitude of 8 and leveled cities NEXT: Justin Trudeau unveils his plan: Tax hikes on the rich to boost child-care benefits More real-time presentations at Generated on May 05, :04 (UTC time)

37 Based on the online RSS feed of Justin Trudeau unveils his plan: Tax hikes on the rich to boost child-care benefits Justin Trudeau has unveiled the Liberal alternative to the Harper governments economic plan: hike taxes for the wealthiest one per cent to pay for more generous child benefits NEXT: Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi seriously injured in U.S. air strike and may never regain command of ISIL, Iraq says More real-time presentations at Generated on May 05, :04 (UTC time)

38 Based on the online RSS feed of Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi seriously injured in U.S. air strike and may never regain command of ISIL, Iraq says The self-styled 'Caliph' of a new 'Islamic State' is understood to have suffered spinal damage for which he requires continuous treatment NEXT: Presenting Princess Charlotte Elizabeth Diana: Duke and Duchess of Cambridge announce baby name More real-time presentations at Generated on May 05, :04 (UTC time)

39 Based on the online RSS feed of Presenting Princess Charlotte Elizabeth Diana: Duke and Duchess of Cambridge announce baby name The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have decided on a name for their newborn princess: Charlotte Elizabeth Diana. NEXT: UPDATE: Family of four missing near Kamloops has been found More real-time presentations at Generated on May 05, :04 (UTC time)

40 Based on the online RSS feed of UPDATE: Family of four missing near Kamloops has been found A backcountry search is underway for a missing family who are believed to have gone off-roading north of Kamloops, B.C. More real-time presentations at Generated on May 05, :04 (UTC time)


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