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Province past-due on promise to revisit car, motorbike noise rules. Efforts to crackdown on loud cars and motorcycles haven’t got anywhere said Vancouver Coun. Tim Stevenson, who worked as an MLA to reduce noise pollution. By: David P. Ball Metro  …

Motorists’ modified muffler racket rattles residents

As summer patio season arrives, deliberately amplified vehicles have residents and patio patrons ‘hearing’ red. David P. Ball/Metro East Vancouver resident and Wise Hall president Dayle Mosley off Commercial Drive as cars snarl past. When Dayle Mosley awakens to his bedroom …

Environmental Bill of Rights sought for B.C.

The Georgia Straight by Carlito Pablo on September 29th, 2015 The endorsement by the Union of B.C. Municipalities at its recent convention of the concept of an environmental bill of rights in B.C. is a first step. The next move, …

B.C. NDP oppose oil pipeline approval

An oil tanker is boomed off and docked at Kinder Morgan’s Burnaby terminal to take on oil from the Trans Mountain pipeline. The number of tankers plying Burrard Inlet would increase from five per month to 34 if the pipeline …

Are B.C.’s climate goals a lot of hot air?

A summer that has included one of B.C.’s worst droughts and forest fire seasons has many in the province thinking about climate change July 17, 2015 Environment & Sustainability By Jen St. Denis A summer that has included one of …