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Police hunt for man suspected of pepper-spraying crowd outside Muslim Centre
Police continue to search for a suspect who pepper sprayed a crowd. A toddler had to be taken away in an ambulance and others were left vomiting in aftermath of suspected hate crime.
Jan 10th, 2016
Canada to host 24th Asia-Pacific Parliamentary Forum in Vancouver
International summit in Vancouver will include first-ever Meeting of Women Parliamentarians from nearly 30 Pacific region nations, who will discuss trade, security, and regional co-operation.
Jan 9th, 2016
Three die from fentanyl overdoses
Three Vancouverites are dead after overdosing on fentanyl within the last 24 hours.
Dec 23rd, 2015
Fentanyl stolen in gun robbery in Vancouver
Police warn drug users to be alert after fentanyl patches are stolen in Vancouver pharmacy robbery.
Dec 18th, 2015
B.C. First Nations laud Trudeau’s tanker moratorium
British Columbia's northern Pacific coast is set to remain a pristine wilderness, but a tanker ban may not be as easy as it seems for Justin Trudeau.
Dec 16th, 2015
Zero emission vehicles, but no plan to get there yet
Province must rapidly transition from gasoline and diesel-powered vehicles to electric and other zero-emission options, warns Pembina's associate regional director.
Dec 10th, 2015
Vancouver NYE Celebration Society preparing for year-end bash
NYE revellers can enjoy live music and a fireworks display over Burrard Inlet.
Nov 21st, 2015
Mayor Robertson welcomes refugees with open arms
Canada's warm welcome to refugees stands in stark contrast to Republican xenophobia south of the border.
Nov 20th, 2015
Islamic State massacres 129 people in Paris terror attacks
Islamic State claims responsibility for terror attacks that leave 129 dead in Paris - just one day after striking Beirut.
Nov 14th, 2015
Kits resident is thrilled to see coast guard station reopen
Jeremy Board is delighted that PM Trudeau is reopening the Kits coast guard station, describing it as a "foundational" lifesaving service.
Nov 13th, 2015