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Whistler this morning—Monday, Jan. 30

Whistler this morning—Monday, Jan. 30

A quick look at weather, mountain and highway conditions in the resort
Over 60 exotic animals killed in 'devastating' fire at Metro Vancouver rescue society

Over 60 exotic animals killed in 'devastating' fire at Metro Vancouver rescue society

"While we are heartbroken we are all working 24/7 to care for the animals who survived this devastating event."
Taking unionization drives online

Taking unionization drives online

A union-backed BC startup hopes to make it easier and safer for today’s workers to organize with a new, anonymous web tool.
‘A burning sense of injustice’: A wrongful death

‘A burning sense of injustice’: A wrongful death

Kelly Ashton died after falling twice in long-term care. Her family seeks justice for what they allege is a wrongful death.
Chor Leoni welcomes young Metro Vancouver singers for MYVoice

Chor Leoni welcomes young Metro Vancouver singers for MYVoice

Young tenors, basses and baritones can take part in Burnaby, Vancouver, the North Shore and Surrey.
5 things you (probably) didn't know about Canada Place

5 things you (probably) didn't know about Canada Place

Want to choose the lights on the sails?
Accommodation tax will soften the blow for Vancouver’s big FIFA bill

Accommodation tax will soften the blow for Vancouver’s big FIFA bill

The $230 million estimate is subject to change and include $52 million for contingency and inflation.
Psychiatrist takes stand in coroner’s inquest, four years after VPD officer’s suicide

Psychiatrist takes stand in coroner’s inquest, four years after VPD officer’s suicide

Chan had been whisked by ambulance to hospital around 9:30 p.m. on Jan. 26, 2019 after police were called to her Olympic Village apartment.
Title fraud a one-in-a-million threat in B.C., officials say

Title fraud a one-in-a-million threat in B.C., officials say

Safeguards like the land-title registry system make title fraud difficult to commit in B.C., experts say. But there are things homeowners can do to protect themselves.
Educated backcountry skiers won't risk their lives, says SAR manager

Educated backcountry skiers won't risk their lives, says SAR manager

A B.C. search and rescue manager cautions the public to think twice about heading out into the backcountry right now, following five avalanche-caused fatalities this month.
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