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Massive fire engulfs East Hastings Street building in Vancouver

Massive fire engulfs East Hastings Street building in Vancouver

A large fire engulfed the building just before 10 p.m.
Opinion: 'O Canada': Why I no longer stand for the national anthem

Opinion: 'O Canada': Why I no longer stand for the national anthem

You can love a country and still hold it to account. I love Canada. But I won’t stand for the anthem at a sporting event or elsewhere, especially not when my kids are watching.
Opinion: Indigenous-led supportive housing can be transformative

Opinion: Indigenous-led supportive housing can be transformative

The Aboriginal Coalition to End Homelessness opened British Columbia’s first culturally supportive housing on Vancouver island — a model that can be replicated across Canada.
Amazing mom leads SPCA officer to newborn puppies

Amazing mom leads SPCA officer to newborn puppies

The nine pups will be available for adoption in six to seven weeks.
Surrey cop criminally charged for alleged breach of trust, fraud

Surrey cop criminally charged for alleged breach of trust, fraud

The allegations of misconduct involve three individuals.
Fatal kitten beating nets B.C. man four months in jail

Fatal kitten beating nets B.C. man four months in jail

The five-month-old kitten was in "critical distress" and was too badly injured to be treated.
Canada is extending its COVID-19 border measures until Sept. 30

Canada is extending its COVID-19 border measures until Sept. 30

Here's everything that you need to know about the extension.
B.C. man who killed, dismembered roommate loses appeal

B.C. man who killed, dismembered roommate loses appeal

On April 17, 2018, Ernest Hosack was sentenced to life imprisonment without parole eligibility for 15 years.
Canadian researchers reveal hope-filled discovery for long COVID patients

Canadian researchers reveal hope-filled discovery for long COVID patients

Researchers in Ontario have taken the first step in solving the enigma of long COVID. Next, they plan to translate their work across Canada, including two hospitals in B.C. with the technology to replicate it.
B.C. wildland firefighters head to Yukon to assist with wildfires

B.C. wildland firefighters head to Yukon to assist with wildfires

The territory has experienced "significant" wildfire activity and extreme fire risk.