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19-year old UBC grad Brian Wong has secured $4-million for his tech startup Klip, which delivers in-game-giveaways in mobile device games.
Premier Christy Clark is set to seek nomination for Vancouver-Point Grey, the MLA seat vacated by premier Gordon Campbell following his resignation. Only trouble is, she could be facing David Eby in the upcoming byelection.
Former mayor Sam Sullivan lays out the basics of a “carbon and habitat market”, allowing neighbourhoods who don’t want density to buy it rather than build it, in a similar manner to carbon credits. According to Citizen Sam: “”What you’d see is that greenhouse gases would come down. Sprawl would, if not come to a halt, then at least be reined in a bit. And you’d start to see prices moderated.”
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