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BMW spotted heading down pedestrian walkway along False Creek (VIDEO)

BMW spotted heading down pedestrian walkway along False Creek (VIDEO)

"What are you doing."
CBSA seizes $3.5 million worth of cocaine bricks hidden in personal care products

CBSA seizes $3.5 million worth of cocaine bricks hidden in personal care products

The suspected cocaine was found in a commercial tractor-trailer
A mother speaks out amid bid to decriminalize personal drug use in B.C.

A mother speaks out amid bid to decriminalize personal drug use in B.C.

Thomas Poulson died of an overdose in April 2020, at 26 years old. He was a class clown who made friends easily and loved playing hockey, piano, guitar and the drums.
Vancouver Aquarium under new ownership, outlines future as rescue facility and tourist attraction

Vancouver Aquarium under new ownership, outlines future as rescue facility and tourist attraction

New owners are also tied to Harlem Globetrotters, Dollywood, and two other aquariums in the U.S.

Hospice services return to Delta, B.C., as facility reopens after lengthy fight

DELTA, B.C. — Hospice services are once again available locally to residents of Delta, B.C., as Fraser Health officially opens the Irene Thomas Hospice.
Protestors gather in Vancouver at fifth year mark of B.C.'s overdose death emergency (PHOTOS)

Protestors gather in Vancouver at fifth year mark of B.C.'s overdose death emergency (PHOTOS)

There was a "moment of silence for 7,000 people we’ve lost since 2016."
COVID-19 spike in B.C. could overwhelm B.C. hospitals: modelling group

COVID-19 spike in B.C. could overwhelm B.C. hospitals: modelling group

VANCOUVER — An independent COVID-19 modelling group says hospitalizations from COVID-19 are projected to overwhelm hospital capacity in British Columbia by May, unless rigorous restrictions are put in place. The B.C.
Suspect's arrest leads to assault charge against a Kelowna, B.C., Mountie

Suspect's arrest leads to assault charge against a Kelowna, B.C., Mountie

VICTORIA — A charge of assault has been approved against an RCMP officer from Kelowna. The BC Prosecution Service says in a news release the charge was sworn against Const. Siggy Pietrzak on Wednesday.
Boaters urged to use caution around hurt humpback off Vancouver

Boaters urged to use caution around hurt humpback off Vancouver

VANCOUVER — A conservation organization is warning boaters to be extra careful around an injured humpback whale spotted in the water off Vancouver.
District of North Vancouver warns hikers to stay off Quarry Rock

District of North Vancouver warns hikers to stay off Quarry Rock

More than 500 warnings issued, but no bylaw tickets