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The City of Vancouver has assembled a team of staff to review the legal landscape impeding urban agriculture, The Sun reports. Farming in Vancouver occurs on shady legal ground, impeded by zoning regulations and bylaws intended to curb marijuana grow-ops, but the governing Vision party is pursuing an overhaul of the regulations.
The legal battle over Vancouver’s float plane terminals continues, with PavCo declaring the new facility unsafe for operations after Vancouver Harbour Flight Centre sued to shut the competing temporary terminal down, The Globe reports. Alls I know is, I can’t ride my bike around the dang Seawall.
A happy end to the hair-raising ordeal for an orange tabby cat stuck in a Port Moody tree, The Province reports. After the SPCA and fire departments refused to help, neighbours raised $100 and hired an arborist, who scaled the mighty evergreen and stuffed the cat in a backpack, returning it to the safety of terra firma.
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